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The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life

Author: Daniel N Stern
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, [2004] ©2004
Series: Norton series on interpersonal neurobiology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"While most psychotherapies agree that therapeutic work in the 'here and now' has the greatest power to bring about change, few if any books have ever addressed the problem of what 'here and now' actually means. Beginning with the claim that we are psychologically alive only in the now, internationally acclaimed child psychiatrist Daniel N. Stern tackles vexing yet fascinating questions such as: what is the nature  Read more...
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Named Person: Daniel N Stern; Daniel N Stern; Daniel N Stern; Daniel N Stern
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel N Stern
ISBN: 9780393704297 0393704297
OCLC Number: 52937822
Description: xxiii, 283 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: The problem of "now" --
The nature of the present moment --
The temporal architecture of the present moment --
The present moment as a lived story: its organization --
The intersubjective matrix --
Intersubjectivity as a basic, primary motivational system --
Implicit knowing --
The role of consciousness and the notion of intersubjective consciousness --
The present moment and psychotherapy --
The process of moving along --
Interweaving the implicit and explicit in the clinical situation --
The past and the present moment --
Therapeutic change: a summary and some general clinical implications --
Appendix: The micro-analytic interview.
Series Title: Norton series on interpersonal neurobiology.
Responsibility: Daniel N. Stern.

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While most psychotherapies agree that therapeutic work in the 'here and now' has the greatest power to bring about change, few if any books have ever addressed the problem of what 'here and now'  Read more...

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"Stern writes very clearly so that complex concepts can be readily understood. . . . This book is a gift. . .[A] must read in order to understand the in-depth work of psychotherapy." -- New Read more...

 
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