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The Healing virtues : character ethics in psychotherapy

Author: Duff William Ramus Waring
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Series: International perspectives in philosophy and psychiatry
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First edition. [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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'The Healing Virtues' explores the intersection of psychotherapy and virtue ethics, with an emphasis on the patient's role within a healing process. It considers how the common ground between the therapeutic process and the cultivation of virtues can inform the efforts of both therapist and patient.
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Waring, Duff William Ramus, 1955-
The healing virtues.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016
(OCoLC)951113091
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Duff William Ramus Waring
ISBN: 0191003174 9780191003172
OCLC Number: 993966933
Description: online resource (vi, 232 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements. 1 Introduction : Psychotherapy and virtue ethics --
Chapter synopsis --
Psychotherapy and the art of living well by being well. 2 Psychotherapy and the moderate skeptic's challenge : Introduction --
The secular confessional --
Psyche and life --
A tincture of pyrrhonism --
Conclusion. 3 Epistemic virtues in psychotherapy: a response to the moderate skeptic's challenge : Introduction --
Definitional parameters --
First argument: recasting the moderate skeptic's challenge as a virtue epistemologist --
Second argument: psychotherapy and the cultivation of epistemic virtues --
What virtuous epistemic regulation aims to avoid: interpretive force-fitting --
Epistemic goods in psychotherapy --
Limitations of a virtue epistemic response --
Further thoughts on the moderate skeptic's challenge --
Conclusion. 4 Reparative ethics: the nexus between mental health and moral virtue : Introduction --
The distinction between ethics and morality --
Ethical and moral values in conceptions of mental disorder --
The demoralized woman --
Ethical and moral values in psychotherapeutic praxis --
Ethical and moral values in conceptions of positive mental health --
Conclusion. 5 Psychotherapy and the virtuous patient : Introduction --
The virtuous patient --
Virtue-laden psychotherapy cases --
An apposite theory of virtue ethics --
Seneca's angry man --
From theory to practice: patient-related virtues in psychotherapy --
Counter-arguments and qualifications --
Responsibility with temperate affective blame --
Temperate affective blame and moral emotions in psychotherapy --
Conclusion. 6 The responsibilities of patients in a psychotherapeutic healing project : Introduction --
The responsible patient --
Moral and ethical patient responsibilities --
The virtues by which responsibilities are met --
Recovery virtues and positive mental health --
Authenticity as a virtuous way of living --
Conclusion. 7 Four psychotherapies and the triadic analysis : Introduction --
Authenticity and existential psychotherapy --
The demoralized woman redux --
Authenticity and Kohut's self-psychology --
Cognitive behavioral therapy --
Mentalization-based therapy --
Conclusion. 8 Caveats, summations, and stones left unturned. Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: International perspectives in philosophy and psychiatry
Responsibility: Duff R. Waring.

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