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Psychoanalytic counseling. Wiley series in psychotherapy and counselling. Steven Bernard Robbins. The book is a comprehensive and useful resource which will assist both graduate students and practitioners in learning about the psychoanalytic point of view. The book is divided into three parts: Part I uses both classical and contemporary psychoanalytic theory to provide the counselors with a coherent plan for understanding the client, the processes and stages of the counseling interview, and the working alliance between the counselor and client.

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Part of the Emotions, Personality, and Psychotherapy book series (EPPS). Heinz Kohut and the classical psychoanalytic tradition: An analysis in terms of levels of explanation. Patton, M. Fuhriman, A. & Bieber, M. R. (1977). Pepinsky, H. & Patton, M. J. (Ed.

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Freud believed that being steeped in the psychoanalytic method was the only means of appreciating the impact that the unconscious had on the functioning of the individual, and was quite skeptical about the possibility that carefully devised empirical studies could test psychoanalytic hypotheses more convincingly than direct clinical experience (Schachter & Kächele, 2012).

Explores psychoanalytic counseling from both a theoretical and clinical perspective. Psychoanalytic Counseling. by Michael J. Patton and Naomi M. Meara.

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Counseling and psychotherapy must be adapted to meet the developmental needs of children. Statutory regulation and the future of professional practice in psychotherapy and counselling: Evidence from the field (PDF). It is generally held to be one part of an effective strategy for some purposes and not for others. Archived (PDF) from the original on 9 January 2014. MICHAEL J. PATTON, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA and NAOMI M. MEARA, University of Notre Dame, USA with a contribution by Steven B. Robbins. A dynamic text based on psychoanalytic principles and written specifically for counselors.

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Explores psychoanalytic counseling from both a theoretical and clinical perspective. Introductory in nature, it illustrates how the counselor, acting as a scientist/practitioner may use psychoanalytic theory as a template for understanding client interview behavior, for intervening in the flow of that behavior, and as a means of assessing the efficacy of those interventions. The focus is on the importance of the counselor acting as scientist/practitioner in helping the client. Coverage encompasses history and analysis of psychoanalytic ideas and their development, the authors' interpretations of Freud's classic theory, Kohut's theory of the self and their own ideas about the interview process. They present technical considerations, cite research literature, and deal with the psychoanalytic counseling of women, ethics and research.
Psychoanalytic Counseling (Wiley Series in Psychotherapy and Counselling) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Naomi M. Meara,Michael J. Patton
ISBN: 0471934216
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (September 15, 1992)
Pages: 378 pages