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What therapists say and why they say it : effective therapeutic responses and techniques

Author: Bill McHenry; Jim McHenry
Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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"What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, 2nd ed, is one of the most practical and flexible textbooks available to counseling students. The new edition includes more than one hundred techniques and more than a thousand specific therapeutic responses that elucidate, in the most concrete possible way, not just why but how to practice good therapy. Transcripts show students how to integrate and develop content during
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Additional Physical Format: ebook version:
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill McHenry; Jim McHenry
ISBN: 9781138790636 113879063X 9781138790643 1138790648
OCLC Number: 886672931
Description: xi, 188 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Welcome --
Purpose of the Book --
What Is Not Here --
What Is Here --
Layout of the Book --
Enhancing Skill Development --
Theory into Practice --
2. Pragmatic Therapy --
Organization of the Chapters and Skills --
Story of Pat --
3. The Reflecting Pool --
Minimal Encourager --
Paraphrase --
Reflection of Feeling --
Reflection of Meaning --
Downward Arrow --
Summary --
Child's Content of Play --
Child's Feelings --
Accent --
Empathy --
Prompts --
Reflection of Mood --
Staying with the Feeling --
Partial Transcript of Reflecting Pool Skills --
Practice Exercises --
4. The Questioning Tree --
Closed Question --
Open Question --
Checkout --
Asking the Question --
Cognitive Disputation --
Circular Questioning --
Externalizing the Problem --
Miracle Question --
Probe --
Forced Choice Question --
The Terrible Question --
Triadic Questioning --
Scaling Question --
Collaborative Empiricism --
Communication Clarification --
Partial Transcript of Questioning Tree Skills and Techniques --
Practice Exercises --
5. The Framework --
Structuring --
Here and Now --
Process Illumination --
Technical Expert --
Model-Setting Participant --
Blocking --
Changing Questions to Statements --
Capping --
Clarifying the Purpose --
Defining the Problem/Issue --
Defining Goals/Objectives/Outcomes --
Practice Exercises --
6. Looking for Clear Skies --
Reframe --
Exploring Alternatives --
Identifying/Building Strengths --
Linking --
Compliment --
Exploration --
Focus on Exceptions --
Interpretation --
Metaphor --
Redefining --
Practice Exercises --
7. Chasing Down Mirages --
Confrontation --
Observation --
Confirmation --
Cutting Off --
Spitting in the Client's Soup --
Practice Exercises --
8. The Supply Line --
Affirmation --
Providing Feedback --
Immediacy --
Providing Information --
Self-Disclosure --
Therapist's Feelings --
Therapist's Content of Play --
Practice Exercises --
9. Therapist's Actions --
Holding the Focus --
Drawing Out --
Joining --
Protection --
Unbalancing --
Shifting the Focus --
Practice Exercises --
10. Pure Imagination --
Camera Check --
Creative Imagery --
Early Recollections --
Focused Imagery --
Logical Consequences --
Progressive Relaxation --
Imaginal Treatment --
Practice Exercises --
11. Waves in Motion --
In the Session --
Challenges --
Conjoint Family Drawing --
Empty Chair Technique --
Icebreaker --
Group Observing Group (Fishbowl Procedure) --
Pat on the Back --
Pretend Technique --
Role Playing --
Role Reversal --
Sculpting --
Serial Art Therapy --
Wheel of Influence --
Experimentation --
Psychodrama --
At Home --
Acting "As If" --
Directive --
Door-in-the-Face Technique --
Foot-in-the-Door Technique --
Paradox --
Self-Monitoring --
Shame Attack --
Stop and Monitor --
Ordeals --
Bibliotherapy --
Sociogram --
Homework --
12. Abandoned Mine Shaft --
Advice Giving --
Band-Aiding --
Condemning Questions --
Dis-identification --
Minimization --
Over-identification --
Double Questions --
13. Comprehensive Transcript --
14. Intertwined Interventions --
Paraphrase and Closed Question --
Paraphrase, Reflection of Feeling, and Reflection of Meaning --
Providing Feedback and Paraphrase --
Reframe and Logical Consequences --
Reflection of Feeling and Reframe --
Reflection of Meaning and Focus on Exceptions --
Process Illumination and Forced Choice Question --
Closed Question and Paraphrase --
Self-Disclosure, Structuring, and Prompt --
Reflection of Feeling, Reflection of Meaning, Reframe, and Metaphor --
15. Practice Exercises --
Practice Exercise 1 --
Practice Exercise 2 --
Practice Exercise 3 --
Practice Exercise 4 --
Practice Exercise 5 --
Practice Exercise 6 --
Practice Exercise 7 --
Practice Exercise 8 --
Practice Exercise 9.
Responsibility: Bill McHenry and Jim McHenry.

Abstract:

"What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, 2nd ed, is one of the most practical and flexible textbooks available to counseling students. The new edition includes more than one hundred techniques and more than a thousand specific therapeutic responses that elucidate, in the most concrete possible way, not just why but how to practice good therapy. Transcripts show students how to integrate and develop content during sessions, and practice exercises help learners develop, discuss, combine, and customize various approaches to working with clients. The second edition is designed specifically for use as a main textbook, and it includes more detailed explanations of both different counseling modalities and the interaction between techniques and the counseling process for example, the use of Socratic and circular questions within the art therapy process. What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, 2nd ed, is also designed to help students make clear connections between the skills they learn in prepracticum and practicum with other courses in the curriculum especially the 8 core CACREP areas"--

"What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, 2nd ed, is one of the most practical and flexible textbooks available to counseling students. The second edition is designed specifically for use as a main textbook, and it includes more detailed explanations of both different counseling modalities and the interaction between techniques and the counseling process for example, the use of Socratic and circular questions within the art therapy process. What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, 2nd ed, is also designed to help students make clear connections between the skills they learn in prepracticum and practicum with other courses in the curriculum--especially the 8 core CACREP areas"--

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