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The transforming power of affect : a model for accelerated change

Author: Diana Fosha
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The first model of accelerated psychodynamic therapy to make the theoretical why as important as the formula for how, Fosha's original technique for catalyzing change mandates explicit empathy and  Read more...

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Fosha, Diana.
Transforming power of affect.
New York : BasicBooks ; Plymouth : Plymbridge (distributor), ©2000
(OCoLC)606384435
Online version:
Fosha, Diana.
Transforming power of affect.
New York : BasicBooks ; Plymouth : Plymbridge (distributor), ©2000
(OCoLC)609249132
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diana Fosha
ISBN: 9780465095674 0465095674
OCLC Number: 59559147
Description: xi, 376 pages : illustrations
Contents: Introduction: The Trajectory of the Affective Model of Change --
pt. I. Theoretical Foundations. Ch. 1. Affect and Transformation. Ch. 2. Attachment Through the Lens of Affect. Ch. 3. The Good-Enough Caregiver and the Optimal Dyadic Process. Ch. 4. The Development of Psychopathology. Ch. 5. A Nurturing Understanding: A Case Illustrating the Reflective Self Function in Clinical Action --
pt. II. Tools and Materials. Ch. 6. Structuring Tools: Three Representational Schemas. Ch. 7. Varieties of Core Affective Experience. Ch. 8. The Healing Affects. Ch. 9. You Don't Love Me Anymore: A Case Illustrating the Collaborative Construction of the Psychodynamic Formulation --
pt. III. Strategies of Intervention --
Introduction to Strategies of Intervention. Ch. 10. Relational Strategies. Ch. 11. Restructuring Strategies. Ch. 12. Experiential --
Affective Strategies. Ch. 13. Belly to Belly, Chest to Chest: A Case Illustrating the Ongoing Unfolding of Core Affective Experience --
App. Technique and Taboo in the Experiential STDPs.
Responsibility: Diana Fosha.

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