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On becoming a psychotherapist : the personal and professional journey

Author: Robert H Klein; Harold S Bernard; Victor L Schermer
Publisher: Oxford : New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This carefully designed and thoughtfully integrated volume brings together recognized experts who draw on their rich clinical experience and on relevant research to illuminate diverse aspects of psychotherapist training and development. Valuable and highly recommended, this is worthwhile for anyone engaged in selecting, teaching, supervising, and mentoring therapists prepared to meet the challenges of contemporary
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert H Klein; Harold S Bernard; Victor L Schermer
ISBN: 9780199736393 0199736391
OCLC Number: 624405756
Description: xvi, 314 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Growing up to be a good psychotherapist, or physician, know thyself! / John O'Leary --
The mentoring relationship : co-creating personal and professional growth / Robin G. Gayle --
The place of didactic preparation in the therapist's development / Victor L. Schermer --
The role of clinical experience in the making of psychotherapist / Jerome S. Gans --
Psychotherapy supervision and the development of the psychotherapist / Molyn Leszcz --
Up close and personal : a consideration of the role of personal therapy in the development of a psychotherapist / Suzanne B. Phillips --
The psychotherapist as "wounded healer" : a modern expression of an ancient tradition / Cecil A. Rice --
Has the magic of psychotherapy disappeared? Integrating evidence based practice into therapist awareness and development / Debra Theobald McClendon and Gary M. Burlingame --
Becoming a cognitive behavioral therapist : striving to integrate professional and personal development / Edmund C. Neuhaus --
Psychotherapy research : implications for optimal therapist personality, training, and development / Shannon Wiltsey Stirman and Paul Crits-Christoph --
Conclusions : a phase-specific model for psychotherapist development / Robert H. Klein, Harold S. Bernard, and Victor L. Schermer.
Responsibility: edited by Robert H. Klein, Harold S. Bernard, Victor L. Schermer.

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    schema:description ""This volume takes a major step in elucidating who we as psychotherapists are. Reading On Becoming a Psychotherapist stimulates a personal assessment of one's own 'psychotherapist self' a useful endeavor for students and seasoned clinicians alike. This masterful effort truly adds punch to the prodding for the reader to do a self-assessment." Bonnie J. Buchele, Ph. D., Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst, Past President and Distinguished Fellow, American Group Psychotherapy Association."@en ;
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    schema:description "Psychotherapists have long debated about the personal and educational experiences that best prepare one for success in their prefession. Does some precise combination of genetic endowment and training enable one to thrive as a psychotherapist? Are early experiences important? What about the psychotherapist's own psychotherapy? These are issues of significance not only to mental health professional but also to those who rely on the quality of their services."@en ;
    schema:description ""Brilliantly and passionately conceived, this survey of the main parameters of becoming a psychotherapist is both comprehensive and erudite. An appreciation of the importance of traumatic experience in the lives of both patient and therapist suffuses the entire volume, which is skillfully constructed for students and their teachers as well as their patients." Earl Hopper, Ph. D., Institute of Group Analysis, London."@en ;
    schema:description ""This is a sophisticated, yet very readable book, which carefully focuses on what it takes to become a skilful and successful psychotherapist. The authors represent an experienced group of clinicians, who are well known in the professional literature for their writings and well known in their clinical settings for their expertise as therapists and supervisors. They have a wealth of valuable information and experiences to share about becoming a psychotherapist. For the reader who wishes to learn more about the interesting process of becoming a psychotherapist, this book is an excellent resource." William E. Piper, Ph. D., Professor and Director of the Psychotherapy Program, Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia."@en ;
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