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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter N Novalis; Stephen J Rojcewicz; Roger Peele
|Description:||xix, 362 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Principles. The basis for supportive psychotherapy. The supportive relationship. Beginning the therapy. Principles of supportive technique: explanatory techniques. Principles of supportive technique: directive interventions. Session management. Applications. Schizophrenia. Mood disorders. Anxiety disorders. The dual-diagnosis patient. Personality disorders. Crisis management. The medically ill patient. The elderly patient. Interactions. Medication and compliance. Family matters. Case management and beyond. Essential ethical factors in supportive psychotherapy.|
|Responsibility:||Peter N. Novalis, Stephen J. Rojcewicz, Roger Peele.|
"Written in accessible language and replete with case vignettes, this book is a road map through the potentially complex terrain of supportive psychotherapy... This work is a welcome addition to the