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BeschreibungDo therapists always have the answers? Perhaps not. "Bad Therapy" offers a rare glimpse into the hearts and minds of the profession's most famous authors, thinkers, and leaders when things aren't going so well. Instead of simply showing the rather effortless and constant success of renowned practitioners- an impression that can be left by typical books, videos and workshops- "Bad Therapy" reveals, with shocking honesty, their worst mistakes. Jeffrey Kottler and Jon Carlson, who include their own therapy mishaps, interview twenty of the world's most famous practitioners who discuss their mistakes, misjudgments, and miscalculations on working with clients. Told through narratives, the failures are related with candor to expose the human side of leading therapists. Each therapist shares their regrets, what they learned from the experience, what others can learn from their mistakes and the benefits of speaking openly about bad therapy.
InhaltsverzeichnisThe Authors Preface 1. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Parameters of Bad Therapy 2. Jeffrey A. Kottler: The Thing Is 3. Jon Carlson: Stories Without Endings 4. Peggy Papp: A Public Humiliation 5. Arnold A. Lazarus: A Huge Dose of Humility 6. Violet Oaklander: If I Learned Something, Then I Can Forgive Myself 7. Richard Schwartz: The Critical Parts of Me 8. William Glasser: I Can't Wait Until You Leave 9. Stephen Lankton: Speaking the Client's Language 10. Francine Shapiro: I Need to Have Safeguards in Place 11. Raymond Corsini: Don't Get Stuck With One Approach 12. John Gray: Being in Bad Therapy 13. Frank Pittman: I Take a Lot of Risks 14. Sam Gladding: I Zigged When I Should Have Zagged 15. Susan M. Johnson: I Felt Quite Helpless 16. Pat Love: Listening to My Inner Voice 17. Art Freeman: We're Not as Smart as We Think We Are 18. John Norcross: 50 Minutes of Pure Hostility 19. Len Sperry: Letting Things Get Personal 20. Scott D. Miller: I Should Have Known Better 21. Michael F. Hoyt: I Was Blind at the Time 22. Richard Stuart: I Expect Too Much 23. Michele Weiner-Davis: Struck by a Bolt of Lightning-Again! 24. Some Common Themes and Lessons Learned References
PortraitJeffrey A. Kottler, Ph. D., is Professor and Chair of the Counseling Program at California State University, Fullerton. He is author of over 45 books in the field, including Doing Good, Making Changes Last and the New York Times bestseller, The Last Victim. Jon Carlson, Psy.D., Ed.D. is Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governers State University and a psychologist with the Lake Geneva Wellness Clinic in Wisconsin. He is the founding editor of The Family Journal and has written more than 20 books.
Untertitel: Master Therapists Share Their Worst Failures. black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2002
Seitenanzahl: 216 Seiten