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Dr. Horowitz applies broad theoretical foundations and crystalline case description to enhance understanding of the nature and treatment of stress response syndromes. His conception of fluctuating under- and over-modulation of response to stress intrusion and avoidance is a critical contribution to our understanding of PTSD

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Stress Response Syndromes : Personality Styles and Interventions. Dr. Horowitz has published many books, including States of Mind: Configurational Analysis of Individual Personality, Personality Styles and Brief Psychotherapy, and Nuances of Technique in Dynamic Psychotherapy. By (author) Mardi Jon Horowitz.

For more than twenty years, Dr. Mardi Horowitz has set the standard for psychotherapy with victims of trauma.

The chapters on diagnosis, theory and therapeutic technique have been extensively revised.

This book by Dr. Mardi Horowitz on the psychological understanding and the psychotherapeutic amelioration of specifically circumscribed psychopathological entities, the Stress Response Syndromes.

The paper draws upon the work of Mardi Horowitz and his colleagues in the explication of the delayed stress response syndrome. The theoretical nature of the syndrome and its most characteristic symptoms are delineated within the context of treating Vietnam combat veterans. The paper outlines treatment implications within a family therapy program.

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He is an expert on the intersections of traumatic experiences, personality development, and change in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. J Am Psychoanal Assoc.

Stress Response Syndromes takes the reader from surface to depth with many lucid case examples and how-to advice for both trainees and experienced clinicians. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

In this book, Dr. Horowitz reveals the latest strategies for treating PTSD and expands the coverage to include several related . Treatment of Stress Response Syndromes. American Psychiatric Pub, 2008. Horowitz reveals the latest strategies for treating PTSD and expands the coverage to include several related diagnoses. Clinicians who work with patients experiencing the effects of loss, trauma, and terror, will find this handbook to be of great practical value.

For more than twenty years, Dr. Mardi Horowitz has set the standard for psychotherapy with victims of trauma. No other work has played so major a role in determining how we think about, diagnose, and treat the many patients responding to such trauma as abuse, bereavement, rape, and injury. In this revised and expanded edition, Dr. Horowitz incorporates the most recent advances in the understanding and treatment of stress response syndromes to date. He describes the general characteristics of stress response syndromes, including signs and symptoms, and elaborates on treatment techniques that integrate cognitive and dynamic approaches. Verbatim case material is used to illustrate how specific personality factors and preexisting conflicts contribute to different patients' reactions to stressful life events. For instance, the author contrasts the stance a therapist would take with an obsessional patient versus a patient with a narcissistic personality disorder. The expanded clinical material includes a phase-by-phase, "how to" approach that is particularly instructive and of invaluable help for less experienced therapists. This comprehensive treatment manual offers both an astute and empathic understanding of the impact of traumatic events in patients' lives and increased competence for professionals treating those with posttraumatic stress disorder, grief, and adjustment disorders.
Stress Response Syndromes: Personality Styles and Interventions download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Mardi Horowitz
ISBN: 0765703130
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc.; Fourth Edition edition (August 1, 2001)
Pages: 451 pages