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Shame in the therapy hour

Author: June Price Tangney; Ronda L Dearing
Publisher: Washington, D.C : American Psychological Association, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st ed (Online-Ausg.)View all editions and formats
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The psychodynamics of shame / Andrew P. Morrison -- The inner world of shaming and ashamed : an object relations perspective and therapeutic approach / Michael Stadter -- Emotion-focused therapy and shame / Leslie S. Greenberg and Shigeru Iwakabe -- Treating shame : a functional analytic approach / Kelly Koerner, Mavis Tsai and Elizabeth Simpson -- Shame and the paradox of group therapy / Elizabeth L. Shapiro and
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: June Price Tangney; Ronda L Dearing
ISBN: 1433809680 9781433809682 9781433809675 1433809672
OCLC Number: 1083845979
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. - Electronic reproduction; Washington, D.C; American Psychological Association; 2012; Available via World Wide Web; Access limited by licensing agreement; s2012 dcunns.
Description: Online-Ressource (xiii, 428 p.)
Responsibility: edited by Ronda L. Dearing and June Price Tangney.

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The psychodynamics of shame / Andrew P. Morrison -- The inner world of shaming and ashamed : an object relations perspective and therapeutic approach / Michael Stadter -- Emotion-focused therapy and shame / Leslie S. Greenberg and Shigeru Iwakabe -- Treating shame : a functional analytic approach / Kelly Koerner, Mavis Tsai and Elizabeth Simpson -- Shame and the paradox of group therapy / Elizabeth L. Shapiro and Theodore A. Powers -- Shame in families : transmission across generations / Edward Teyber, Faith McClure and Robert Weathers -- Shame in couple therapy : helping to heal the intimacy bond / Norman B. Epstein and Mariana K. Falconier -- Therapy with refugees and other immigrants experiencing shame : a multicultural perspective / Emi Furukowa and Dennis J. Hunt -- Therapy with shame-prone alcoholic and drug-dependent clients / Ronald T. Potter-Efron -- The role of shame in the development and treatment of borderline personality disorder / Shireen L. Rizvi ... [et al.] -- Posttraumatic stress disorder as a shame disorder / Judith Lewis Herman -- Body image and eating disorders : a compelling source of shame for women / Jennifer L. Sanftner and Mary Tantillo -- Therapist shame : implications for therapy and supervision / Nicholas Ladany, Rebecca Klinger and Lauren Kulp -- Shame in psychotherapy and the role of compassion focused therapy / Paul Gilbert -- Connections : a 12-session psychoeducational shame resilience curriculum / Brené Brown, Virginia Rondero Hernandez and Yolanda Villarreal -- Working with shame in the therapy hour : summary and integration / June Price Tangney and Rhonda L. Dearing.

"Shame is a common emotion that contributes to many problems that bring clients into therapy, such as poor psychological adjustment, interpersonal difficulties, and overall poor life functioning (see Tangney & Dearing, 2002). Not only is shame a factor underlying many of the reasons that clients seek psychotherapeutic help, but clients may feel shame as a result of needing help with their emotional concerns. Once in therapy, clients may further experience shame while discussing intimate details about themselves. Shame is therefore likely to be elicited frequently in therapy, though signals of client shame may be subtle. If a therapist fails to recognize client shame, the client's shame-related problems will likely continue. Furthermore, clients who experience unacknowledged shame in the context of therapy may feel misunderstood, resulting in an empathic failure on the part of the therapist. Such empathic failure may result in premature termination of therapy. Therefore, therapists must recognize, acknowledge, and address client experiences of shame--to both build a therapeutic alliance and resolve the shame. The intent of this book is to provide clinicians with guidance for dealing with client shame. All aspects of shame are covered, including how shame develops, how it relates to psychological difficulties, how to recognize shame and how to help clients resolve shame-related problems. The chapters bring together wisdom and insight gained from years of clinical experience, shared by master clinicians who have struggled to manage and positively transform shame in the therapy hour. In particular, the chapter authors provide specific strategies that they use to help their clients resolve shame-related issues, and they illustrate these techniques using detailed examples and clinical dialogue. We are delighted with the resulting volume of chapters by gifted authors who provide outstanding insights into the clinical presentation, management, and resolution of shame in the therapy hour. The intended audience for this book includes clinical and counseling psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marital and family therapists, addictions counselors, and other mental health providers. The book should be of interest to clinicians in training as well as seasoned professionals, the majority of whom are unlikely to have had any specific training in shame-related issues but who almost certainly encounter clients' shame experiences on a daily basis. We expect that readers will benefit from the material on different levels; new therapists are most likely to benefit from the notion of being attuned to client shame as an important aspect of therapy, whereas experienced therapists are more likely to see the book as a much-needed set of tools for addressing the longstanding challenge of helping clients work through shame in a way that will prevent future negative consequences"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved).

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