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The use of self in therapy

Author: Michele Baldwin
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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"The Use of Self in Therapy, Third Edition challenges the well-known concepts of transference and countference by positing that the presence of the therapist introduces a potential healing element that is usually not sufficiently appreciated, understood, or utilized. For psychologists, social workers, counselors, and students, this new edition features updated chapters and new chapters that discuss the use of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michele Baldwin
ISBN: 9780415896023 0415896029 9780415896030 0415896037
OCLC Number: 776533489
Description: xxxv, 223 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The therapist story --
Interview with Carl Rogers in the use of the self in therapy --
Revealing our selves --
Some philosophical and psycological contributions to the use of self in therapy --
The implications of the wounded-healer archetype for the use of self in psychotherapy --
Uses of self in therapeutic boundaries : lessons from training and treatment --
The self of the addiction counselor : does personal recovery insure counselor effectiveness and empathy? --
Functional analytic psychotherapy and the use of self --
The person and practice of the therapist : treatment and training --
Congruence and the therapist's use of self --
An Eastern perspective on the use of self --
The therapist's self in the age of the Internet --
The self of the therapist in the empire of overregulation --
"I" is rigisng : parallel play, transcendence, irony, and jouissance.
Responsibility: edited by Michele Baldwin.
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"The Use of Self in Therapy, Third Edition challenges the well-known concepts of transference and countference by positing that the presence of the therapist introduces a potential healing element that is usually not sufficiently appreciated, understood, or utilized. For psychologists, social workers, counselors, and students, this new edition features updated chapters and new chapters that discuss the use of multiculturism in practice and the differential use of self by therapists following personal trauma. In the years since the previous edition, the rapid development of the Internet has brought with it changes that impact on therapy and the self of the therapist"--

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"Already a perennial classic in the field, Michele Baldwin re-weaves and updates a richly diverse and substantial discussion of the essential dynamic at the heart of ALL effective therapy: the self Read more...

 
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