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The psychotherapy relationship : theory, research, and practice

Author: Charles J Gelso; Jeffrey A Hayes
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1998.
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The Psychotherapy Relationship is an impartial research-based exploration of the role of the client/therapist relationship in most major approaches to psychotherapy. Drs. Gelso and Hayes break the relationship down into its component parts - including the working alliance, transference/countertransference, and the real relationship - and define the function of each, as it interrelates with both the other two and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Gelso, Charles J., 1941-
Psychotherapy relationship.
New York : Wiley, ©1998
(OCoLC)607120264
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles J Gelso; Jeffrey A Hayes
ISBN: 0471127205 9780471127208
OCLC Number: 38386704
Description: xi, 291 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The psychotherapy relationship and its components: an introduction --
Working alliance: the foundation of the psychotherapy relationship --
Transference and its many faces: the unrealistic relationship in psychotherapy --
Countertransference: the therapist's contribution to the "unrealistic" relationship --
The real relationship: beyond transference and alliance --
The psychotherapy relationship in operation --
Psychoanalytic visions of the psychotherapy relationship: beyond transference --
Cognitive and behavioral views of the therapeutic relationship: beyond techniques --
The humanistic and existential vision of the therapeutic relationship: the real relationship and more --
Feminist therapy: beyond the third force.
Responsibility: Charles J. Gelso and Jeffrey A. Hayes.
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The Psychotherapy Relationship is an impartial research-based exploration of the role of the client/therapist relationship in most major approaches to psychotherapy. Drs. Gelso and Hayes break the relationship down into its component parts - including the working alliance, transference/countertransference, and the real relationship - and define the function of each, as it interrelates with both the other two and with various intervention techniques. They explore various theories about the nature and function of the therapy relationship espoused by the psychoanalytic, cognitive/behavioral, humanistic, and feminist schools of thought. And they develop a broad-based, practical synthesis of theory research, and personal clinical experience that all psychotherapists will find helpful in their efforts to assess and improve the quality of the relationships with their clients.

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