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Psychodynamic Psychotherapy : A Clinical Manual

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Cabaniss, Deborah L.   Cherry, Sabrina   Douglas, Carolyn J.

Wiley 2011/06
394p.
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780470684719
eISBN: 9781119957430
KNPID: EY00091850
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Full Description

Psychodynamic psychotherapy offers people a chance to create new ways of thinking and behaving in order to improve the quality of their lives.

This book offers a practical, step-by-step guide to the technique of psychodynamic psychotherapy, with instruction on listening, reflecting, and intervening. It will systematically take the reader from evaluation to termination using straightforward language and carefully annotated examples. Written by experienced educators and based on a tried and tested syllabus, this book provides clinically relevant and accessible aspects of theories of treatment processes. The workbook style exercises in this book allow readers to practice what they learn in each section and more “actively” learn as they read the book.

This book will teach you:

  • About psychodynamic psychotherapy and some of the ways it is hypothesized to work
  • How to evaluate patients for psychodynamic psychotherapy, including assessment of ego function and defenses
  • The essentials for beginning the treatment, including fostering the therapeutic alliance, setting the frame, and setting goals
  • A systematic way for listening to patients, reflecting on what you've heard, and making choices about how and what to say
  • How to apply the Listen/Reflect/Intervene method to the essential elements of psychodynamic technique
  • How these techniques are used to address problems with self esteem, relationships with others, characteristic ways of adapting, and other ego functions
  • Ways in which technique shifts over time

This book presents complex concepts in a clear way that will be approachable for all readers. It is an invaluable guide for psychiatry residents, psychology students, and social work students, but also offers practicing clinicians in these areas a new way to think about psychodynamic psychotherapy. The practical approach and guided exercises make this an exceptional tool for psychotherapy educators teaching all levels of learners.

This book includes a companion website: www.wiley.com/go/cabaniss/psychotherapy

with the "Listening Exercise"  for Chapter 16 (Learning to Listen).  This is a short recording that will help the reader to learn about different ways we listen.

Praise for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Clinical Manual

"This book has a more practical, hands-on, active learning approach than existing books on psychodynamic therapy."
Bob Bornstein, co-editor of Principles of Psychotherapy; Adelphi University, NY

"Well-written, concise and crystal clear for any clinician who wishes to understand and practice psychodynamic psychotherapy. Full of real-world clinical vignettes, jargon-free and useful in understanding how to assess, introduce and begin psychotherapy with a patient. Extraordinarily practical with numerous examples of how to listen to and talk with patients while retaining a sophistication about the complexity of the therapeutic interaction. My trainees have said that this book finally allowed them to understand what psychodynamic psychotherapy is all about!"
—Debra Katz, Vice Chair for Education at the University of Kentucky and Director of Psychiatry Residency Training

"This volume offers a comprehensive learning guide for psychodynamic psychotherapy training."
—Robert Glick, Professor, Columbia University

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Introduction xi

PART ONE What Is Psychodynamic Psychotherapy? 1

1 The Treatment for a Mind in Motion 3

2 How Does Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Work? 8

PART TWO The Evaluation 13

3 Creating a Safe Place and Beginning the Evaluation 15

4 Assessment of Ego Function 24

5 Formulation: The Problem→ Person → Goals→ Resources Model 43

6 Indications for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 51

PART THREE Beginning the Treatment 61

7 Informed Consent and Setting Goals 63

8 Setting the Frame and Establishing Boundaries 72

9 Developing a Therapeutic Alliance 84

10 Therapeutic Neutrality 90

11 Conducting a Psychotherapy Session: Decisions about Length and Frequency 98

12 Our Patients' Feelings about Us and Our Feelings about Our Patients 107

13 Empathic Listening 116

14 Looking for Meaning 126

15 Medication and Therapy 130

PART FOUR Listen/Reflect/Intervene 141

16 Learning to Listen 143

17 Learning to Reflect 149

18 Learning to Intervene 158

PART FIVE Conducting a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Technique 187

19 Affect 191

20 Free Association and Resistance 203

21 Transference 217

22 Countertransference 233

23 Unconscious Conflict and Defense 242

24 Dreams 259

Review activity for Part Five – understanding a moment in therapy 271

PART SIX Meeting Therapeutic Goals 277

25 Improving Self-Perceptions and the Ability to Regulate Self-Esteem 279

26 Improving Relationships with Others 288

27 Improving Characteristic Ways of Adapting 297

28 Improving Other Ego Functions 304

PART SEVEN Working Through and Ending 321

29 Working Through 323

30 Termination 331

31 Continuing to Learn 344

Recommended Reading 349

Index 361