Abridged Contents and Contributors Principles and Practice: The Recovered Memory Debate: Where Do We Stand Now? (Laura S. Brown), Freedom of Thought and Joy in Living (Stephen Lankton), Clinical Heuristics (Jeffrey K. Zeig), The Power of Vision as ...
as an Antidepressant: Rethinking the Focus of Therapy (Michael D. Yapko), Multimedia Computers, Humanistic Intervention, and Screening: The Future is Now (Simon H. Budman & Emil Chiauzzi), The Cause and Cure of Affect Phobias in Short-Term Therapy (Leigh McCullough)
Contemporary Perspectives: Expanding Your Psychotherapy Practice Through Medicare (Nicholas A. Cummings), Brief Therapy in Light of the Evolution of the Mind (Robert Langs), Reality Exists: A Critique of Antirealism in Brief Therapy (William J. Matthews), Brief Therapy as a Growth Industry (James O. Prochaska), Revisioning Family Therapy: Culture, Class, Race, and Gender as Hidden Dimensions of Clinical Practice (Monica McGoldrick), Why the Field of Therapy Is on the Verge of Extinction and What We Can Do to Save It (Scott D. Miller, Barry L. Duncan, Lynn D. Johnson, & Mark A. Hubbel)
Therapeutic Approaches: Brief Psychological Treatments for Panic Disorder (Emily C. Hoffman, Jill T. Levitt, & David H. Barlow), Getting to the Surface of the Problem: The Bricks and Mortar of Our Construction (Steve de Shazer), Better, Deeper, and More Enduring Brief Therapy (Albert Ellis), Gender Differences in Depression (Peggy Papp), Ericksonian, Cognitive, Behavioral, Strategic, or All Four? (Betty Alice Erickson), The Therapeutic Honoring of Emotions in Brief Therapy (Mary McClure Goulding), Family Therapy: A Braided Challah (Lynn Hoffman), Sprouting Wings: Four Catalysts for Accelerating Change in Brief(er) Prescriptive Therapy (John C. Norcross), Moments of Eternity: What Carl Rogers Has to Offer Brief Therapists (Maureen O'Hara), Ericksonian Brief Psychotherapy in the New Millennium: Immediate-Early Genes in the Deep Psychobiology of Psychotherapy (Ernest Lawrence Rossi), Brief Therapy for Sexual Dysfunction (Joseph LoPiccolo)
The Person of the Therapist: The Experience of ``Negative Otherness': How Shall We Treat Our Enemies? (Stephen Gilligan), The Last Session in Brief Therapy: Why and How to Say When (Michael F. Hoyt), The Personal Life of the Psychotherapist: An Evolving Research (Michael J. Mahoney)
Number of pages: 480
Date of publication: 01/11/2002
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