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Therapists" Dilemmas

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Published by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Health systems & services,
  • Psychological methodology,
  • Counseling (Psychology),
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychotherapy,
  • Psychotherapy - Counseling

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9496320M
ISBN 100761953930
ISBN 109780761953937

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Mar 10,  · `This book is really about how therapists resolve discomforting conflicts and what such conflicts reveal about the nature of therapy. Windy Dryden approaches this task by way of a series of interviews with experienced therapists from a range of therapeutic backgrounds the interviews are both readable and engaging and often give us as much insight into the therapists themselves as to the dilemmas /5(5). Windy Dryden approaches this task by way of a series of interviews with experienced therapists from a range of therapeutic backgrounds the interviews are both readable and engaging and often give us as much insight into the therapists themselves as to the dilemmas. This book would clearly serve as a useful source of discussion for students of therapy or counselling. Therapists' Dilemmas as Stimuli to New Understanding and Practice `This book is really about how therapists resolve discomforting conflicts and what such conflicts reveal about the nature of therapy. "Becoming a Therapist is an exciting new text that has quickly made its way into the psychotherapy teaching curriculum for residents. The book provides practical advice and clinical case examples illustrating the evaluation of a patient, the first few sessions, managing common dilemmas in therapy Cited by: 7.

Counselling Dilemma: An Issue of Sexuality and Boundaries. A counsellor has been working with a client over a period of 9 months assisting with inner child therapy work. During the period, the client also talks about her relationship issues, sexuality as well as a relationship with another person. Jul 24,  · Using a conversational model, the therapists are questioned about their own dilemmas, past and present, as lfcmalta.comng on the similarities in the therapists' experiences of working with clients, six main 'dilemma' themes emerged from these interviews: compromise dilemmas, boundary dilemmas, dilemmas of allegiance, role dilemmas, dilemmas of responsibility and impasse dilemmas.5/5(1). "Must Read" Psychology and Therapy Books For the serious student of mental health. All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: The Gift of Therapy: An Open Letter to a New Generation of Therapists and Their Patients by. Irvin D. Yalom. avg rating — 14, ratings. score: Feb 15,  · Ethical dilemmas are important puzzles with no easy answers but are fun to contemplate. Of course, they exist in all forms of counseling, from short-term advising to long-term therapy, from eating disorders counseling to career counseling.

Jun 03,  · [In] the final chapter Tim Bond says dilemmas provide "the challenge of learning from the dilemma about what its existence tells us about our own involvement in the provision of therapy, and about the nature of therapy itself". This statement alone should make therapists read the book' - British Psychological Society Counselling Psychology ReviewBook Edition: Revised Edition. Windy Dryden approaches this task by way of a series of interviews with experienced therapists from a range of therapeutic backgrounds. the interviews are both readable and engaging. and often give us as much insight into the therapists themselves as to the dilemmas. This book would clearly serve as a useful source of discussion for students of therapy or counselling. This book would clearly serve as a useful source of discussion for students of therapy or counselling. Dryden identified six main categories of dilemmas: compromise, boundary, allegiance, role, responsibility, and impasse. Fay Fransella: That's an interesting point because, in a sense, I suppose they are free not to come. One of these therapies may work for a child far better than the others, and the type chosen will depend on the issue (s) the child and family are dealing with. Like with any form of therapy, it is most effective when everyone involved is on board, supportive, and contributing to its success.