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Succeeding with difficult clients : applications of cognitive appraisal therapy

Author: Richard L Wessler; Sheenah Hankin; Jonathan Stern
Publisher: San Diego : Academic Press, 2001.
Series: Practical resources for the mental health professional.
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"Drawing from the authors extensive experience, Succeeding with Difficult Clients is filled with case illustrations and therapeutic dialogues, presenting a powerful integrative approach to working with clients with personality disorders as well as methods for improving the therapist's understanding and managing of feelings that often impede effective therapy."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard L Wessler; Sheenah Hankin; Jonathan Stern
ISBN: 012744470X 9780127444703
OCLC Number: 47063434
Description: ix, 340 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Cognitive appraisal theory. What makes difficult clients difficult --
Motivation and attachment --
Basic CAT concepts: personotypic affect, justifying cognitions, and security-seeking behaviors --
Patterns of personality --
The difficult client revisited --
Cognitive appraisal therapy. The CAT assessment --
Interventions based on the CAT model --
Affect-based interventions --
Additional interventions involving cognition, behavior, adjunctive medication, and therapeutic impasses --
The process of CAT (case studies) --
Applications of CAT. CAT with personality-disordered clients --
Working with borderline personality-disordered clients --
Couples therapy --
CAT group therapy --
Working with "difficult" parents.
Series Title: Practical resources for the mental health professional.
Responsibility: Richard Wessler, Sheenah Hankin, Jonathan Stern.
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Offers novel therapeutic strategies and formulations to use when all else is failing. This book provides provocative conceptualizations of self, personality and psychopathology. It includes case  Read more...

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