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How psychotherapists develop : a study of therapeutic work and professional growth

Author: David Elliot Orlinsky; Hansruedi Ambühl; Michael Helge Rønnestad; Society for Psychotherapy Research. Collaborative Research Network; et al
Publisher: Washington, DC American Psychological Association ©2005
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Based on a 15year study of psychotherapists' experiences and careers, this book is written equally for practicing therapists, clinical educators, and mental health researchers. The authors and their collaborators collected richly detailed reports from nearly 5,000 psychotherapists of all career levels, professions, and theoretical orientations in more than a dozen countries worldwide. Here the authors sensitively  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Elliot Orlinsky; Hansruedi Ambühl; Michael Helge Rønnestad; Society for Psychotherapy Research. Collaborative Research Network; et al
ISBN: 1557987270 9781557987273
OCLC Number: 837941591
Description: Online-Ressource (xi, 325 p) ill
Responsibility: by David E. Orlinsky, Michael Helge Rønnestad and the Collaborative Research Network of the Society for Psychotherapy Research; with contributions by Hansruedi Ambühl ... [et al.]

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"Based on a 15year study of psychotherapists' experiences and careers, this book is written equally for practicing therapists, clinical educators, and mental health researchers. The authors and their collaborators collected richly detailed reports from nearly 5,000 psychotherapists of all career levels, professions, and theoretical orientations in more than a dozen countries worldwide. Here the authors sensitively explore the complex nature and interrelatedness of psychotherapeutic work and professional development through a series of systematic, controlled, clinically and theoretically informed analysesand, in so doing, establish a solid foundation for empirically supported programs of training and supervision. This landmark work emphasizes to researchers the importance of the psychotherapist's contribution to effective treatment, offers guidance to teachers and supervisors of psychotherapists, andnot leastpromises to satisfy the curiosity of therapists at all career levels about how their own experiences of work and growth compare with those of their peers and colleagues"Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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