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The Therapist S Workbook

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
ISBN : 9781118117996
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 83.57 MB
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Mental health professionals spend their days helping others, but who is there to help them when stress and burnout threaten their own well-being? Filled with self-assessments, journaling exercises, and activities designed to facilitate renewal, growth, and change, this timely book helps clinicians help themselves with coverage of career threatening issues, such as fear of failure, loss of confidence, and the financial stress and loss of autonomy that many clinician's experience as a result of managed care and its constraints.
Category: Psychology

Healing The Heart And Mind The Therapist S Workbook Of Poetry

Author : Steve Daily
ISBN : 1942337116
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 87.58 MB
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Healing the Heart and Mind encourages readers to step back and reflect on life. The author believes there are universal truths, and that understanding these truths can empower us and bring emotional healing. You are encouraged to take a journey into awareness by studying this poetry workbook and allowing it to stimulate your mind and touch your heart. Steve Daily is a licensed psychologist with over thirty-five years of experience as a therapist.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

How To Create And Sustain Groups That Thrive

Author : Ann Steiner
ISBN : 0367194996
Genre : Group psychotherapy
File Size : 47.61 MB
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How to Create and Sustain Groups That Thrive is an accessible manual for group leaders of all kinds, from psychotherapy groups to discussion groups. This thoroughly updated third edition of the author's popular group psychotherapy guide provides a wealth of tools for starting and maintaining groups, including sample group agreements, a screening and preparation system, and an innovative collaborative goal setting system. The book also discusses the importance of online 'netiquette' as well as an overview of diversity and inclusion concepts in group work, offering a range of modifiable leadership and facilitation interventions that can be tailored to meet the needs of specific groups. Specifically designed to help both seasoned group therapists and clinicians who find themselves leading groups, How to Create and Sustain Groups That Thrive is an easy-to-use, fully practical resource for a variety of mental health professionals.
Category: Group psychotherapy

Body Brain Love

Author : Karen Rachels
ISBN : 0692354751
Genre :
File Size : 51.71 MB
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Karen Rachels' "Body, Brain, Love: A Therapist's Workbook for Affect Regulation and Somatic Attachment," is a first-of-its-kind contribution to the dynamic and unfolding world of body-brain integration. This workbook accessibly integrates three critical areas of therapeutic work brought to us by the Decade of the Brain: 1) brain-based attachment theory, 2) the neuroscience of affect regulation, and 3) practical somatic skills to grow clients' brains. Therapists have the opportunity to view their own experiences through the lens of neuroscience including their own dysregulation and how their attachment strategies interweave with the attachment strategies of clients. By offering a more experiential and somatic way to absorb the information, learning is easy and immediately applicable for therapists seeking to effect transformation with clients. This book bridges mindfulness and neuroscience-based self-help books with the more academic, didactically-focused books for therapists. It uses a self-help format but is, in fact, for therapists. Post-tests, charts with clarifying exercises, specific self-focused exercises, games, case vignettes, and a complete session transcript all facilitate learning in both a cognitive and experiential manner. The author has brought this vital information to therapists in a style that easily teaches practitioners necessary and effective 21st Century skills which enhance compassion and self-compassion, and create authentic therapeutic relationships.
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A Workbook Of Group Analytic Interventions

Author : David Winter
ISBN : 9780857001559
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 56.6 MB
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'At last, a book on therapy which is easy to read and jargon-free, yet manages to convey the richness of the group experience.' - Penelope Campling, British Journal of Psychiatry 'It is vitalising reading - and should be on the shelves of any psychotherapy department and of any therapist with an interest in groups.' - Chris Evans, British Journal of Medical Psychology 'The purpose of this short, highly readable and extremely informative book is "to provide the reader with a practical insight into the group-analytic method of group therapy". The book achieves this goal through a format that is interactive with the reader.' - Jerome S. Gans, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy A Workbook of Group-Analytic Interventions is designed to complement the academic and experiential training of therapists. Written by experienced practitioners, it gives trainees a practical insight into the ways in which group analysts may tackle difficult situations, allowing them to understand more fully the nature of intervention right from the beginning of their training. Eight situations drawn from real psychotherapy groups are presented in detail so that readers may exercise their own skills in taking decisions and judging appropriate interventions. Each situation is then analysed in depth by one of the authors, who describe and comment on the thinking behind the interventions suggested by a panel of group analysts. The book gives the trainee a wide and informed appreciation of different situations arising in groups and appropriate ways of handling them. It provides an excellent base from which to start to practise.
Category: Psychology

On Being A Therapist

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
ISBN : 9780190641542
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 80.76 MB
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For more than thirty years, On Being a Therapist has inspired generations of mental health professionals to explore the most private and sacred aspects of their work helping others. In this thoroughly revised and updated fifth edition, Jeffrey Kottler explores many of the challenges that therapists face in their practices today, including pressures from increased technology, economic realities, and advances in theory and technique. He also explores the stress factors that are brought on from managed care bureaucracy, conflicts at work, and clients' own anxiety and depression. This new edition includes updated sources, new material on technology, new problems that therapists face, and two new chapters: "On Being a Therapeutic Storyteller-and Listener" and "On Being a Client: How to Get the Most from Therapy." Generations of students and practitioners in counseling, clinical psychology, social work, psychotherapy, marriage and family therapy, and human services have found comfort and confidence in On Being a Therapist, and this Fifth Edition -- intended to be the author's last major update to the seminal work -- only builds upon this solid foundation as it continues to educate helping professionals everywhere.
Category: Psychology

A Therapist S Guide To The Personality Disorders

Author : James F. Masterson
ISBN : 1932462090
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 23.27 MB
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Contributors from the Masterson Institute introduce the fundamental concepts, theories, and treatment approaches of James F. Masterson, synthesizing the material of his 14 books and many articles. The second part is a workbook in the form of a questionnaire to enable practitioners to apply the skill
Category: Psychology

On Being A Therapist The Therapist S Textbook And Workbook Set

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
ISBN : 0787955973
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45.6 MB
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A candid account of the profound ways in which therapists are influenced by their clients. The book explains how practitioners can use the insights gained from their clients' experiences to solve their own problems, realize positive change in themselves, and become better therapists.
Category: Business & Economics