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Heart And Soul

Author : Chris Mace
ISBN : 9781134699834
Genre : Psychology
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Philosophy's traditional concerns with the nature of knowledge, good conduct and the self cannot be ignored by psychotherapists, while the growth of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis have had a profound impact on philosophy. The essays in the books cover topics central to both psychotherapy and philosophy such as the nature of the self, motivation and subjectivity; the limits of certainty and objectivity in interpersonal situations; and the scope of narrative, dialogue and of therapy itself. Contributions draw on a wide range of different philosophical approaches and examine how they can deepen our understanding of the processes involved in different types of psychotherapy in a wide range of clinical settings.
Category: Psychology

Rethinking Philosophers Responsibility

Author : Lydia Amir
ISBN : 9781527505254
Genre : Philosophy
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Calling on philosophers as the custodians of rationality to reconsider their responsibility toward their communities and the state of civilization at large, this book considers philosophy to be a practical discipline. Largely foreign to philosophers and non-philosophers alike, this conception of philosophy discloses the relevance of its unique contributions to contemporary society. The book offers a compelling and accessible analysis of philosophy also in relation to religion, psychology, the New Age Movement, and globalization, and exemplifies through a wide range of current problems how philosophers can fulfil their responsibility. Its argument that responsibility lies where one is capable of doing what is needed, and even more so, when no one else can do it, targets philosophers. However, its innovative study of contemporary philosophy coupled with its original contributions to the problems at hand will engage academics and students from other disciplines, as well as a general readership.
Category: Philosophy

Philosophy Counseling And Psychotherapy

Author : Elliot D. Cohen
ISBN : 9781443849944
Genre : Philosophy
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Can philosophy help ordinary people confront their personal or interpersonal problems of living? Can it help a couple whose marriage is on the rocks, or someone going through a midlife crisis, or someone depressed over the death of a significant other, or who suffers from anxiety about making a life change? These and many other behavioral and emotional problems are ordinarily referred to psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, or other mental health specialists. Less mainstream is the possibility of consulting a philosophical counselor or practitioner. Yet, there is presently a steadily increasing, world-wide movement among individuals with postgraduate credentials in philosophy to harness their philosophical training and skills in helping others to address their life problems. But is this channeling of philosophy outside the classroom into the arena of life a good idea? Are philosophers, as such, competent to handle all or any of the myriad emotional and behavioral problems that arise in the context of life; or should these matters best be left to those trained in psychological counseling or psychotherapy? Through a diverse and contrasting set of readings authored by prominent philosophers, philosophical counselors, and psychologists, this volume carefully explores the nature of philosophical counseling or practice and its relationship to psychological counseling and psychotherapy. Digging deeply into this relational question, this volume aims to spark more rational reflection, and greater sensitivity and openness to the potential contributions of philosophical practice. It is, accordingly, intended for students, teachers, scholars, and practitioners of philosophy, counseling, or psychotherapy; as well as those interested in knowing more about philosophical counseling or practice.
Category: Philosophy

The Transpersonal Relationship In Psychotherapy

Author : Petruska Clarkson
ISBN : 1861562497
Genre : Psychology
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This book is written with the sap of three disciplines- philosophy, psychology and physical science: the study of thinking, the study of the psyche and the study of nature. It comes from a lifelong engagement with the meaning of life, death and transformation for the author and for others, which has included a dedication to the mystic traditions in several religions. Professor Clarkson examines the transpersonal relationship, which permeates the work of creativity, healing, growth and dying - particularly in all the healing relationships of psychotherapy. This book is for psychotherapists and all others involved in the healing professions.
Category: Psychology

Dryden S Handbook Of Individual Therapy

Author : Windy Dryden
ISBN : 1412922380
Genre : Psychology
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Dryden's Handbook of Individual Therapy is now a classic text for trainees in counseling and psychotherapy. This newly updated Fifth Edition presents a comprehensive overview of the key approaches to individual therapy practice, including three new chapters on Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Integrative & Eclectic Approaches. Written by experts in their own therapeutic field, the book introduces the principles and methods of individual therapy concisely and accessibly. Following a clearly defined structure, each chapter outlines one approach in detail and provides case examples to illustrate how that approach works in practice.
Category: Psychology

Transpersonal In Psychology Psychotherapy And Counselling

Author : Andrew Shorrock
ISBN : UOM:39015073900501
Genre : Psychology
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The Transpersonal in Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counselling is written in an accessible style that appeals to the lay reader as well as experienced clinicians. It offers an in-depth exploration of transpersonal thinking in relationship to the helping professions, in particular psychotherapy and the 'depth psychologies'. It presents a broad yet detailed overview of transpersonal theory and its place in clinical practice. The work of the founders of the school and newer transpersonal theories are examined as well as the influence that the transpersonal perspective has had upon the major schools of psychology. Furthermore, the effect that other bodies within the humanities, such as philosophy and esoteric thought, bring to bear on the transpersonal school are also considered, as are the insights from bodies of knowledge in the hard sciences such as neurobiology and quantum physics.
Category: Psychology

The Cumulative Book Index

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105124517769
Genre : American literature
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Mindfulness And Mental Health

Author : Chris Mace
ISBN : 9781135448080
Genre : Psychology
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Being mindful can help people feel calmer and more fully alive. Mindfulness and Mental Health examines other effects it can also have and presents a significant new model of how mindful awareness may influence different forms of mental suffering. The book assesses current understandings of what mindfulness is, what it leads to, and how and when it can help. It looks at the roots and significance of mindfulness in Buddhist psychology and at the strengths and limitations of recent scientific investigations. A survey of relationships between mindfulness practice and established forms of psychotherapy introduces evaluations of recent clinical work where mindfulness has been used with a wide range of psychological disorders. As well as considering current 'mindfulness-based' therapies, future directions for the development of new techniques, their selection, how they are used and implications for professional training are discussed. Finally, mindfulness' future contribution to positive mental health is examined with reference to vulnerability to illness, adaptation and the flourishing of hidden capabilities. As a cogent summary of the field that addresses many key questions, Mindfulness and Mental Health is likely to help therapists from all professional backgrounds in getting to grips with developments that are becoming too significant to ignore.
Category: Psychology

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015046858125
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature