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Psychotherapist revealed : therapists speak about self-disclosure in psychotherapy

Author: Andrea Bloomgarden; Rosemary B Mennuti
Publisher: New York Routledge ©2009
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Brings together research, training and tales from the authors' clinical experience to illuminate lessons derived from their own journeys toward judicious, balanced self-disclosure practices.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Bloomgarden; Rosemary B Mennuti
ISBN: 0415963834 9780415963831
OCLC Number: 838257649
Description: Online-Ressource (xviii, 324 p.) ill
Contents: Part I: Foundations. Bloomgarden, Mennuti, Therapist Self-Disclosure: Beyond the Taboo. Maroda, Less is More: An Argument for the Judicious Use of Self-Disclosure. Zur, Therapist Self-Disclosure: Standard of Care, Ethical Considerations and Therapeutic Context. Part II: Case Examples by Clinical Orientation & Clientele. Rabinor, Self-Disclosure as a Turning Point in Psychotherapy. Filetti, Mattei, To Share or Not to Share - Self-Disclosure in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder. Prenn, I Second that Emotion! On Self-Disclosure and its Metaprocessing. Bloomgarden, Mennuti, Lessons Learned from Adolescent Girls. Malatesta, Behavioral Treatment of a Case Involving Obsessive Compulsive Hoarding: Case Formulation, The Therapeutic Relationship, and In Vivo Therapy. Nerenberg, Treating Addictions: A Balanced Approach to Boundaries and Therapist Self-Disclosure. Part III: Interface of Therapist and Client Ethnic/Racial/Cultural Factors. Laliotis, Attachment and Healing: An EMDR Relational Approach. Sparks, Learning to Be Authentic with Clients: The Untold Journey of a Relational Practitioner. Patton, Engendering a New Paradigm: Self-Disclosure with Queer Clients. Part IV: Treatment Variations. Gerstein, Family Therapist/Family Member: Family Dynamics at Work and at Home. Barber, The Perils of Rigid Adherence: A Look Back at a Group. McNiff, Creative Expression in Service of Others: Reflections on Transparency in Art Therapy Practice. Billock Tropea, The Therapeutic Relationship in Motion: A Dance/Movement Therapist's Perspective. Part V: Therapists Losses and Personal Challenges. Gottlieb, Bloomgarden, Mennuti, McCoubrey, Nobody Gets to See the Wizard: An Interview with Dan Gottlieb. Comstock, Confronting Life's Adversities: Self-Disclosure in Print and in Session. Treadway, For Your Client's Sake: Practicing Clinically Constructive Self-Disclosure. Part VI: Supervision, Best Practice Guidelines. Feindler, Padrone, Self-Disclosure in Clinical Supervision. Bloomgarden, Mennuti, Collective Wisdom for Good Practice: Themes for Consideration.
Responsibility: Andrea Bloomgarden, Rosemary B. Mennuti, editors

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