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Three worlds of therapy; an existential-phenomenological study of the therapies of Freud, Jung, and Rogers.

Author: Anthony Barton
Publisher: Palo Alto, Calif.] National Press Books [1974]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st edView all editions and formats
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A clear, vividly descriptive introduction to psychotherapy as practised by Freud, Jung and Rogers. Each of the three forms of therapy is presented in a three-chapter section: the first describes in non-technical language that theory's view of the patient; the second describes the general course of the therapy; and the third takes the patient, Mary, through that therapy until she is "cured". The phenomenological  Read more...
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Barton, Anthony, 1934-
Three worlds of therapy.
Palo Alto, Calif.] National Press Books [1974]
(OCoLC)567996757
Named Person: Sigmund Freud; C G Jung; Carl R Rogers; Freud; Jung; Rogers; Sigmund Freud; C G Jung; Carl R Rogers; Freud, Sigmund <1856-1939>; Jung, Carl Gustav <1875-1961>; Rogers, Carl R. <1902-1987> - (Carl Ransom); Sigmund Freud; Carl Gustav Jung; Carl R Rogers; Sigmund Freud; C G Jung; Carl R Rogers; Sigmund Freud; Carl G Jung; Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers; Carl G Jung; Sigmund Freud
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Barton
ISBN: 0874843081 9780874843088 0874843073 9780874843071
OCLC Number: 1009194
Description: x, 271 pages 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Freud's view of the patient --
Classical Freudian therapy --
The case of Mary --
Jung's view of the patient --
The Jungian approach to psychotherapy --
Mary's case continued --
Client-centered view of the client --
Client-centered therapy --
Mary's case renewed --
The dialectics of psychotherapy.

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A clear, vividly descriptive introduction to psychotherapy as practised by Freud, Jung and Rogers. Each of the three forms of therapy is presented in a three-chapter section: the first describes in non-technical language that theory's view of the patient; the second describes the general course of the therapy; and the third takes the patient, Mary, through that therapy until she is "cured". The phenomenological method of describing in concrete detail what happens during therapy, the engrossing drama of Mary's unfolding case, and the author's easy narrative style all create a highly realistic scene for the reader and help him to grasp and appreciate each therapy's effectiveness and instrinsic limitations.

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