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Integrative clinical social work practice : a contemporary perspective

Author: F Diane Barth
Publisher: New York : Springer, [2014] ©2014
Series: Essential clinical social work series.
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"In recent history the practice of medicine and mental health has been increasingly eclectic, as more and more practitioners harness seemingly disparate therapies and techniques to arrive at clinical breakthroughs. But while social work professionals have been involved in integrative practice informally and intuitively for years, resources to bring structure to this therapeutic concept have been few and far between.  Read more...
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Barth, F. Diane.
Integrative clinical social work practice.
New York : Springer, [2014]
(DLC) 2014931106
(OCoLC)879371872
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: F Diane Barth
ISBN: 9781493903511 1493903519 1493903500 9781493903504
OCLC Number: 871182872
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 166 pages).
Contents: Developing an Integrative Practice --
Personal Values --
The Role of Theory --
Therapeutic Models --
Psychodynamic Models: Relational, Intersubjective, Ego and Supportive psychologies --
Developmental Models --
Structural Models: Cognitive and Behavioral Theories and Related Techniques --
The Body-Mind Connection --
Therapeutic Relationship and Working Alliance --
Managing Contradictions and Conflict --
Neuroscience --
What Is Psychodynamic Thinking? --
Organizing Principles and Concepts --
Transference and Countertransference --
When to Use Psychodynamic Thinking and Psychodynamic Interventions --
Questions to Ask from a Psychodynamic Perspective --
A Word About Training --
Evidence --
Conclusion --
Introduction --
Themes and Life Stages --
Developmental Themes and Developmental Trauma --
Attachment and Separation --
Developmental Organizing Themes --
Exploring Client History and Current Reality --
Memories and Organizing Themes. Developmental Stages of Therapy --
Using Developmental Thinking to Help Clarify and Manage Resistance, Defenses, and Issues That Emerge in a Therapeutic Relationship --
Conclusion --
Clinical Illustration --
Overview --
Integrating Cognitive Behavioral Therapies --
Recent Developments in Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies --
Clinical Example --
Therapist/Client Relationship --
Boundaries and Training --
Trauma Theory and the Body --
Bringing the Body into a Therapeutic Conversation --
The Body as Container of Unarticulated or Unknown Emotional Experience: Talk Therapy, Breath Work, Energy Work, and Physical Manipulation --
Symbolic Meaning and Body-Mind --
Talk Therapy for Physical Issues --
A Damaged or Suffering Body Can Affect Psychological Well-Being --
Focus on Physical Health Can Also Be Resistance --
Alexithymia --
Conclusion --
Clinician's Reactions to Client --
Assessment of Violence --
Assessment of Strengths --
Conclusion. Interventions Based on Diagnosis --
Developing a Working Relationship --
Taking It Personally --
The Role of Understanding --
The Therapeutic Contract --
Manifest and Latent Material in the Relationship --
Therapist's Self-disclosure --
Understanding, Attachment and Affect Regulation in a Therapeutic Relationship --
From Understanding to Intervening --
Conclusion --
Recognizing "Where a Client Is" --
Ongoing Assessment --
Setting Limits --
Small Successes, Powerful Motivators --
Developmental Progression --
Development of Trust --
Agendas, Hidden and Overt --
Not Pushing a Client Out of the Door --
Conclusion --
Tools for Working in a Team --
Establishing Goals --
Communication --
Mutual Respect --
A More Complex Therapeutic Alliance --
Transference to a Team or to a Setting --
Some Difficulties for a Team Therapist --
Agreeing on Goals --
Conclusion --
Working On and Working Through --
Recognizing Patterns and Themes. Trust in the Therapeutic Relationship --
Ending --
Hard to Say Goodbye --
When a Therapist Ends the Work --
A Positive Ending --
When a Therapist Disagrees with a Client's Decision --
Conflict and Contradiction --
Not Taking It Personally --
The Work of Therapy Goes On --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Essential clinical social work series.
Responsibility: F. Diane Barth.
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