A practical guide to cultivating therapeutic presence / Shari M. Geller ; foreword by Daniel J. Siegel.

Author
Geller, Shari M. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Washington, District of Columbia : American Psychological Association, 2017.
  • ©2017
Description
1 online resource (266 pages) : illustrations, photographs

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Contents
  • Therapeutic presence : the foundation for effective therapy
  • History of therapeutic presence
  • Neurophysiology of therapeutic presence
  • Preparing for presence prior to session
  • Receptively attuning with clients and ourselves
  • Extending, responding, and promoting contact with clients
  • Barriers and challenges to presence
  • Preparing the ground for presence : mindfulness and experiential exercises
  • Strengthening the therapeutic presence process : receptivity, inward attuning, extending, and contact exercises
  • Deepening the experience of therapeutic presence : grounding, immersion, expansion, and compassion exercises
  • Therapeutic relational presence : relationship as a pathway to spirituality
  • Continuing the journey : teaching and expanding therapeutic presence.
ISBN
1-4338-2717-4
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