Download Therapy With Children An Existential Perspective The United Kingdom Council For Psychotherapy Series ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to THERAPY WITH CHILDREN AN EXISTENTIAL PERSPECTIVE THE UNITED KINGDOM COUNCIL FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY SERIES book pdf for free now.

Therapy With Children

Author : Chris Scalzo
ISBN : 9780429922923
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 54.40 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 901
Read : 1279

This book explores the existential themes and challenges present in all therapeutic relationships when working with children. Existential ideas and concepts are a rapidly growing influence on the practice of psychotherapy and yet their application to work with children remains largely unexplored. This book begins to redress this imbalance in a practical and engaging way by presenting an existential perspective on some key themes in practicing psychotherapy with children, including: play, anxiety, guilt, choice, family relationships, language and process. Each chapter is punctuated with engaging vignettes of case material, blending theoretical insight with the realities of practice. Through these narratives readers are challenged to question their own assumptions and beliefs whether they are new to existential psychotherapy or already immersed in its rich philosophical traditions. Children are born into the world without choice and are drawn towards making connections with others, developing self-awareness and personal identity.
Category: Psychology

Psychotherapy 2 0

Author : Philippa Weitz
ISBN : 9780429918247
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 80.94 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 297
Read : 547

The digital age is both exciting and challenging for psychotherapy, opening the door to clients groups previously not able to access psychological help, whilst also providing the challenges caused by social media and internet abuse and how these impact on the consulting room. Psychotherapy 2.0 blows open the consulting room doors and shows successful pathways for attracting new clients to gain access to psychological help, as well as demonstrating that despite initial scepticism, working online as a psychotherapist or counsellor can be as effective as 'face2face' work: the therapeutic relationship may be different but it remains the centrally important feature for successful psychotherapy. It follows therefore that all psychotherapists and counsellors need to be fully informed about the impact of the digital age on their clinical practice. Psychotherapy 2.0 covers the key issues for psychotherapists and counsellors who are, or are thinking of, working online, include thinking about psychotherapy in the digital age, the requirements to modify training both for working online and also the digital issues as they arise within the face2face consulting room.
Category: Psychology

Managing Difficult Endings In Psychotherapy

Author : Lesley Murdin
ISBN : 9781782200512
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 88.93 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 572
Read : 943

This book faces the inevitability of endings such as death and taxes, and sets out to see how the psychological therapist can help a person to live well while life is available, and to face both the endings that confront all of us with honesty, and the acceptance of our human fragility. Therapists suffer through the fears and failures of the people they see as well as through their own endings. These difficulties can either help each one to be more understanding and helpful, or can lead to disaster. This book is about making sure that we use experience as well as theory constructively.
Category: Psychology

Paradox And Passion In Psychotherapy

Author : Emmy van Deurzen
ISBN : 0471961914
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 30.67 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 478
Read : 429

Paradox and Passion in Psychotherapy an existential approach to therapy and counselling Emmy van Deurzen Schiller International University, London, UK This book confronts the taboo of the psychotherapist's personal history and emotions being involved in the therapeutic process. Emmy van Deurzen shows that therapists can draw on the full richness of their own experience in order to be truly credible and inspiring mentors to their clients. Paradox and dilemmas in human life-such as loneliness versus social integration, safety versus adventure, and confidence versus humility-are discussed clearly and directly, and related to a broad spectrum of questions that psychotherapists and their clients would do well to ask themselves. Throughout the book the author reveals her personal struggles with the same predicaments that her clients seek to understand and resolve. This process of disclosure, and the weaving of vivid client cases and issues together with more general philosophical issues, make this a practical and inspiring book that demonstrates the reality and passion of psychotherapy. "Passion and Paradox will become a classic celebration of the sheer power of existential thinking, living, being, and doing. Existentialism comes to bristling life as you walk with Professor van Deurzen through the world of psychotherapy, the world of psychotherapy professionalism, and the deeply personal world of the person who is a psychotherapist." Alvin R. Mahrer, PhD, author of The Complete Guide to Experiential Psychotherapy "Of the vast number of books written on psychotherapy this is one of the very few that are really worth reading. Emmy van Deurzen has the essential attributes of the truly gifted psychotherapist: experience, intelligence, cultural breadth and-above all-the courage to strive after truth. There is much to be learned about psychotherapy and psychotherapists from what she has to say." David Smail, Nottingham, UK
Category: Psychology

The Emergent Self

Author : Peter Philippson
ISBN : 9781855755253
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 47.38 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 877
Read : 186

"This book tracks a particular understanding of self as emergent from the relational field: philosophically, from research evidence and in its implications for psychotherapy. At each step, Peter Philippson includes first the theory he is working from, then the clinical implications of the theory, followed by some links to the philosophical outlook inherent in the theory, and finally a more extended case example." --Book Jacket.
Category: Psychology

Love And Therapy

Author : Divine Charura
ISBN : 9781782201953
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 36.52 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 268
Read : 490

Sigmund Freud noted the importance of love in the healing of the human psyche. So many of life's distresses have their origins in lack of love, disruption of love, or trauma. People naturally seek love in their lives to feel complete. Is therapy a substitute for love? Or is it love by another name? This important book looks at the place of love in therapy and whether it is the curative factor. The authors continually stress, however, that within psychotherapy both ethical and professional boundaries should govern this 'Love' at all times in order for it to be experienced as healing and therapeutic. This book offers explorations of the complexity of love from different modalities: psychoanalytic, humanistic, person-centred, psychosexual, family and systemic, transpersonal, existential, and transcultural. The discussions challenge therapists and other allied professionals to think about their practice, ethics, and boundaries. It considers the therapeutic relationship in terms of 'Love', and explores the complexities of the impact of love/lack of love on clients' lives and experiences and how this impacts on their behaviour, and how they present in the therapy room.
Category: Psychology

Words And Symbols Language And Communication In Therapy

Author : Barden, Nicola
ISBN : 0335213618
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 73.97 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 515
Read : 812

The book addresses counsellors and psychotherapists from all major theoretical orientations, from psychodynamic therapies through to humanistic and existential approaches, maintaining an overview that is relevant to an integrative position.
Category: Psychology

The Psychologist

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131531050
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 76.61 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 585
Read : 1189

Category: Psychology

An Introduction To Integrative Psychotherapy

Author : Ken Evans
ISBN : 9781137092335
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 39.77 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 943
Read : 1254

This text provides an invaluable and accessible overview of the rapidly developing field of integrative psychotherapy, and introduces a relational-developmental approach to theory and practice. The book critiques the philosophical bases underpinning the theoretical model, looks at the nature of resistance in different phases of therapy, and presents an engaging clinical case study. The book goes beyond the confines of the therapy room and explores the significance of the cultural, ecological and transpersonal dimensions of therapy.
Category: Social Science

Family Therapy

Author : Donald R. Bardill
ISBN : 0536041423
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 65.88 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 496
Read : 1225

Category: Psychology