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Theory and practice of focusing-oriented psychotherapy : beyond the talking cure

Author: Peter Afford; Gene Gendlin; Greg Madison
Publisher: London, England ; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Jessica KingsleyPublishers, 2014. ©2014
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This is a comprehensive introduction to Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy written by some of the world's most influential psychotherapists in the field. The book lays out the background and  Read more...


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Theory and practice of focusing-oriented psychotherapy : beyond the talking cure.
London, England ; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ©2014
303 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Afford; Gene Gendlin; Greg Madison
ISBN: 9780857007827 0857007823 9781849053242 1849053243
OCLC Number: 1034919323
Notes: Comprend un indexes.
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (306 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements. Foreword. Eugene Gendlin, Focusing Institute, New York; University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, and Greg Madison City University, London, UK, Psychotherapy and Psychology, Senior Lecturer, International. Preface. Greg Madison. Introduction. Greg Madison. Section 1: Understanding the Focusing-Oriented Approach. 1. A Theory of Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy. Akira Ikemi, Kansai University, Osaka, Japan. 2. The FOT View of Change: What is Therapeutic about Therapy? Anna Karali and Pavlos Zarogiannis, both at the Hellenic Focusing Center, Athens, Greece. 3. Thinking and Practicing FOT in the 21st Century: Challenges, Critiques, and Opportunities. Kevin Krycka, Seattle University, Washington, USA. Section 2: Integrating with Other Orientations. 4. Focusing with Solutions: How to do Brief Therapy Deeply. Bala Jaison, Focusing for Creative Living, Toronto, Canada. 5. Applying Attachment Theory and Interventions to Focusing Therapy. Larry Letich, Individual and Marital Therapist, Maryland, USA, and Helene Brenner, Focusing-Oriented Psychologist, Maryland, USA. 6. The Relational Heart of Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy. Lynn Preston, The Focusing-Oriented Relational Psychotherapy Study Centre, New York, USA. 7. Exhilarating Pessimism: Focusing-Oriented Existential Therapy. Greg Madison. Section 3: Modes of Clinical Practice: The FOT Way. 8. New Ways of Processing Experience: How to Work with Structure-bound Processes. Christiane Geiser, Ausbildungsinstitut GFK, Zurich, Switzerland, and Judy Moore, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. 9. 'I can see you, you can't see me'. Focusing-Oriented Therapy with Children: A Fresh Approach. Rene Veugelers, Art Therapist, The Netherlands. 10. Principles and Practice of Focusing-Oriented Parent-Infant Consultation and Therapy. Zack Boukydis, Semmelweis Medical School and Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary. 11. Integrating Focusing into Couples Therapy. John Amodeo, Meridian University, California, USA and Annmarie Early, Eastern Mennonite University, Virginia, USA. 12. A Focusing Orientation in Group Psychotherapy. Calliope Callias, Adelphi University in New York, The Focusing Institute of NY and The Experiential Psychotherapy Project of NY, USA, and Charlotte Howorth, The Focusing Institute and The Experiential Psychotherapy project, New York, USA. 13. Focusing-Oriented Expressive Arts Therapy: Working on the Avenues. Laury Rappaport, Lesley University, Massachusetts, USA. Section 4: Topics from the Focusing-Oriented Context. 14. The Myth of the Bodily Felt Sense. Campbell Purton, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. 15. Two Things Therapists Should Know about Philosophy. Rob Parker, Private Practice, New York, USA. 16. Neuroscience and Psychological Change in Focusing Therapy. Peter Afford, Counsellor and Psychotherapist, London, UK. 17. Focusing-Oriented Therapy: The Message from Research. Rob Parker. 18. Cross-cultural Focusing-Oriented Therapies: An Approach for a Globalized World. Kevin Krycka, Sergio Lara, Instituto de Formacion y Desarrollo Transpersonal Integral (IFDI), Santiago, Chile, and Atsmaout Perlstein, Israeli Focusing Center, Tel Aviv, Israel. Conclusion. Greg Madison.
Responsibility: edited by Greg Madison ; foreword by Gene Gendlin ; contributors Peter Afford [and twenty three others].


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These two volumes illustrate how the practice of Focusing and the philosophy that underpins it can be integrated into a wide range of therapeutic modalities and applications. Therapists, counsellors, Read more...

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