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Psychotherapy By Thomas Hodge
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The magic and mystery of psychotherapy can easily be explained in such a brief moment but sometimes we just have a difficult time understand and grasping how it works. Here we find some explanations... More > to those important questions that have been asked over and over. Here it is just simply explained in a nutshell.< Less
Psychotherapy By Hugo Münsterberg
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This volume on psychotherapy belongs to a series of books which I am writing to discuss for a wider public the practical applications of modern psychology. The first book, called "On the Witness... More > Stand," studied the relations of scientific psychology to crime and the law courts. This new book deals with the relations of psychology to medicine. Others discussing its relations to education, to social problems, to commerce and industry will follow soon. For popular treatment I divide applied psychology into such various, separated books because they naturally address very different audiences. That which interests the lawyer does not concern the physician, and again the school-teacher has his own sphere of interests.< Less
Psychotherapy Notes By Gary Freedman
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Summaries of my psychotherapy sessions. I have summarized a collection of sessions with my psychotherapist, spanning several months of therapy work.
Psychotherapy Reflections By Gary Freedman
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In Psychotherapy Reflections a psychoanalytically-informed patient describes his feelings about his therapeutic relationship and critically examines selected therapy sessions from a nine-month course... More > of treatment. Many texts about psychotherapy are based either on patient narratives or on a clinical model. Psychotherapy Reflections, however, combines patient narrative with probing insight and dream analysis based on the work of noted dream researcher Stanley R. Palombo, M.D., who has shown that dreams serve an information-processing function by matching present and past experience in determining what information will be filtered through for storage in permanent memory.< Less
Metaphors in Psychotherapy By Kevin William Grant
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Kevin William Grant examines the cognitive processes that produce metaphors in psychotherapy. The “I-Ching Task” is the measure of metaphor production applied in this research... More > inquiry. Two cognitive processes are hypothesized to be necessary for the production of a metaphor. The first hypothesized cognitive process is sensory-imaginal processing, where attention is concentrated into one’s internal experiencing and sensory awareness to form sensory impressions or sensory images. The second type of processing is called integration-synthesis processing, and this is hypothesized to work in parallel with sensory-imaginal processing. Integration-synthesis processing functions to combine conflicting or contradictory elements into an integrated whole. Metaphor is the meeting point of these processes, and all of them are important in the production of metaphor in psychotherapy. Revised and updated from the first edition published in 1991.< Less
Child Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents and young people marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents, marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
Psychotherapy Reflections By Gary Freedman
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In Psychotherapy Reflections a psychoanalytically-informed patient describes his feelings about his therapeutic relationship and critically examines selected therapy sessions from a nine-month course... More > of treatment. Many texts about psychotherapy are based either on patient narratives or on a clinical model. Psychotherapy Reflections, however, combines patient narrative with probing insight and dream analysis based on the work of noted dream researcher Stanley R. Palombo, M.D., who has shown that dreams serve an information-processing function by matching present and past experience in determining what information will be filtered through for storage in permanent memory.< Less
Art for Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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The nine sections of this book, under the title of ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY include the understanding of the children’s and adults’ approach to life, their artistic expressions, and the... More > various diagnostic methods of art, as regards the behaviour and therapy of human beings. Explained in the book are the concepts of doodling, scribbling, painting, sketching, sculpturing, and art in general. Also, described are the history of cinematography and its modern technological devices, such as the imaginary stories and the computerised cartoons for all ages of viewers. The history of sorcery and magic, and their modern scientific concepts are also included. Described and illustrated in length are: Art Therapy as a recognised profession, Adlerian Individual Psychology, Jungian Psychotherapy, Freudian Psycho-analysis, the ethical approach to practising, and how in modern times these occupations handle the treatment of children and adults.< Less
ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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The nine sections of this book, under the title of ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY include the understanding of the children’s and adults’ approach to life, their artistic expressions, and the... More > various diagnostic methods of art, as regards the behaviour and therapy of human beings. Explained in the book are the concepts of doodling, scribbling, painting, sketching, sculpturing, and art in general. Also, described are the history of cinematography and its modern technological devices, such as the imaginary stories and the computerised cartoons for all ages of viewers. The history of sorcery and magic, and their modern scientific concepts are also included. Described and illustrated in length are: Art Therapy as a recognised profession, Adlerian Individual Psychology, Jungian Psychotherapy, Freudian Psycho-analysis, the ethical approach to practising, and how in modern times these occupations handle the treatment of children and adults.< Less

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