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Emotion-focused therapy for depression

Author: Leslie S Greenberg; Jeanne C Watson
Publisher: Washington, DC American Psychological Association ©2005
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In EmotionFocused Therapy for Depression, Leslie S. Greenberg and Jeanne C. Watson provide a manual for the emotionfocused therapy (EFT) of depression. Their approach is supported by studies in which EFT for depression was compared with cognitivebehavioral therapy and clientcentered therapy. The approach has been refined to apply specifically to the treatment of this pervasive and often intractable disorder. The  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie S Greenberg; Jeanne C Watson
ISBN: 1591472806 9781591472803
OCLC Number: 837923857
Description: Online-Ressource (viii, 353 p)
Contents: The nature and experience of depression and its treatment --
Emotion in human functioning and depression --
Depression : a dialectical constructivist view --
Principles of working with emotion in depression --
The course of treatment --
The therapeutic relationship --
Case formulation for depression --
Bonding, awareness, and collaboration --
Methods for increasing awareness --
Evocation and arousal of emotion --
Evoking emotion: twochair dialogue and hopelessness --
Evoking blocked emotion : twochair enactments and unfinished business dialogues --
Transformation : the construction of alternatives --
Reflection and the creation of new meaning.
Responsibility: Leslie S. Greenberg and Jeanne C. Watson

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"In EmotionFocused Therapy for Depression, Leslie S. Greenberg and Jeanne C. Watson provide a manual for the emotionfocused therapy (EFT) of depression. Their approach is supported by studies in which EFT for depression was compared with cognitivebehavioral therapy and clientcentered therapy. The approach has been refined to apply specifically to the treatment of this pervasive and often intractable disorder. The authors discuss the nature of depression and its treatment, examine the role of emotion, present a schematic model of depression and an overview of the course of treatment, and suggest who might benefit. Written with a practical focus rather than the more academic theoretical style of previous books that established the theoretical grounds and scientific viability of working with emotion in psychotherapy, this book aims to introduce practitioners to the idea of using this approach to work with a depressed population. The book covers theory, case formulation, treatment, and research in a way that makes this complex form of therapy accessible to all readers. Particularly valuable are the case examples, which demonstrate the deliberate and skillful use of techniques to leverage emotional awareness and thus bring about change"Jacket. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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