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How does psychotherapy work? / edited by Jane Ryan.
London ; New York : Karnac, 2005.
xxiii, 258 p. ; 23 cm.
Ryan, Jane E.
Confer series (London, England)
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"How Does Psychotherapy Work? presents a thought-provoking, cogent and convincing dialogue on the capacity of psychotherapy to help people who are in emotional pain, and the technicalities of that process."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Ch. 1. The fifteen key ingredients of good psychotherapy / Brett Kahr
Ch. 2. Relational perspectives on the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis / Neil Altman
Ch. 3. The questions we have to ask (ourselves) before we answer the question : "how does psychotherapy work?" / Joseph Schwartz
Ch. 4. The psychotherapy relationship / Susie Orbach
Ch. 5. Rhythm, reorientation, reversal : deep reorganization of the self in psychotherapy / Roz Carroll
Ch. 6. When thought is not enough / Nicola Diamond
Ch. 7. Primal psychotherapy / Sue Cowan-Jenssen
Ch. 8. Containment : the technical and the tacit in successful psychotherapy / Robert M. Young
Ch. 9. The value of attachment theory in understanding how psychotherapy works / James Pollard
Ch. 10. The big picture / Carol Holmes
Ch. 11. Is the psychotherapist's authenticity a crucial key to therapeutic change? / Dianne Campbell LeFevre.
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