5 edition of Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy found in the catalog.
by Jason Aronson
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
The successful management of resistance is the pivotal point of effective therapy. It is also a critical component in alleviating therapists’ stress. Although most therapists have been trained extensively in theoretical approaches, few have had extensive training in dealing with resistance. This book is a must-have on any psychotherapist's book shelf. It shows how to address the most common resistances in therapy, starting with the most mundane issues such as the initial phone call and problems in the initial session/5.
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Cited by: 3. Resistance is at the core of psychotherapy. Although Sara was more comfortable with casual social encounters and dealing with people professionally, the idea of dating and relationships understandably stirred a lot of her old anxiety and habits of obsessing.
The chapter, and the book, include much more explanation and many case examples. Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy - Kindle edition by Horner, Althea J., PhD.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy.4/5(1). Get this from a library. Dealing with resistance in psychotherapy. [Althea J Horner] -- "This book is written for the professional psychotherapist who may be puzzled as to why work with a particular patient or client is going nowhere.
It brings to the therapist's attention a wide. If you inwardly cringe when a client becomes resistant to the counseling or psychotherapy you're providing, take heart. Encountering resistance is likely evidence that therapy is taking place.
In fact, several studies indicate that successful therapy is highly related to increases in resistance, and that low resistance corresponds with negative outcomes.
1 There is an upper level of resistance. Book Forum Sandra L. Patterson, Editor Dealing With Resistance in Psychotherapy, by Althea J. Horner. Lanham, Md., Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.,pp., $ Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy by Althea Horner is an old-fashioned book in the psychoanalytic tradition.
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In recent years, however, psychotherapy researchers have begun to understand that resistance can be more than a transferential process (e.g., Ellis, ; Greenson, ).
Indeed, clients often have valid objections to therapy and therapists in the “here-and-now.”. Read "Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy" by Althea J. Horner PhD available from Rakuten Kobo.
Resistance is an unfortunate term for the manifestation of defense mechanisms in the treatment situation. Use of the wor Brand: Jason Aronson, Inc.
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: Scott Wetzler. Dealing With Resistance In Pychotherapy by Althea J. Horner PhD Resistance Chapter 12 Motives as Resistant Chapter 13 Symptoms as Resistant Chapter 14 Interpretation of Transference Resistance in Brief Psychotherapy Chapter 15 Epilogue, Refernces, Index Reading this book will help both new and experienced therapists to gain a Pages: The best approach to coping with client resistance or noncompliance is for the therapist to look in the mirror.
If all efforts at treatment have apparently failed, then the therapist can step back. Get this from a library. Dealing with resistance in psychotherapy. [Althea J Horner] -- Resistance is the word for a patient's defense mechanisms encountered in psychotherapy.
They protect the individual from a variety of conscious or unconscious intrapsychic or interpersonal dangers. Jim Swaniger, MA, LMFT. Office: Urgent: MacArthur Blvd., East Tower, Suite Newport Beach CA This book is written for the professional psychotherapist who may be puzzled why work with a particular patient or client is going nowhere.
It brings to the therapist's attention a wide variety of these defenses, these resistances, so that they can be addressed and resolved. Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy. Embed Copy and paste the.
Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy av Althea J Horner. Inbunden Engelska, Köp. Spara som favorit This book is written for the professional psychotherapist who may be puzzled why work with a particular patient or client is going nowhere.
It brings to the therapist's attention a wide variety of these defenses, these. Recognizing and Dealing with Resistance. by Maurice Kouguell, Ph.D., BCETS. While it takes a good deal of courage for clients to seek help and to express their desires for change, they will still exhibit signs of resistance.
Resistance is basically a manifestation of. “This book should have been entitled, ‘Everything you didn’t learn about doing therapy in graduate school and wished you had.’ It is filled with stress reducing, cutting-edge ideas for managing resistance.
A highly practical, must-read for all therapists.” Bill O'Hanlon, author of Change “Stop resisting and buy this book!File Size: KB.
Addressing Client Resistance: Recognizing and Processing In-Session Occurrences Response quantity resistance is viewed as the client’s noncompliance with the change process.
This category consists of a class of behaviors whereby the client limits the amount of information communicated to the Size: 1MB. In some martial arts, the answer is no. Those fighting styles teach that when your opponent pushes, you pull.
When they pull, you push. Rather than resisting the force of your opponent’s energy and conflicting with it, you direct it and ‘help’ them well, become more closely acquainted with the mat.
But we can do this in therapy by working with our clients’ resistance to help them. Lee "Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy" por Althea J.
Horner PhD disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Resistance is an unfortunate term for the manifestation of defense mechanisms in the treatment situation. Use of the wor Brand: Jason Aronson, Inc.Readers from countries and territories around the world have saved $92, on 1, FREE downloads of classic psychotherapy books.Resistance, in psychoanalysis, refers to oppositional behavior when an individual's unconscious defenses of the ego are threatened by an external source.
Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalytic theory, developed his concept of resistance as he worked with patients who suddenly developed uncooperative behaviors during sessions of talk reasoned that an individual that is.