6 edition of Key concepts in psychotherapy integration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-232) and index.
|Statement||Jerold R. Gold.|
|Series||Applied clinical psychology|
|LC Classifications||RC489.E24 G65 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||96000304|
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Children’s psychological disorders are complex and multidetermined, compounded by emerging cognitive styles, self-concepts, developmental trajectories, and environmental considerations that result in unique clinical demands. Consequently, child psychotherapy requires a broader conceptualization and individualized treatment. This chapter examines psychotherapy integration in working with. Along with these integrative approaches, we feature the concepts, history, training, research, international themes, and future of psychotherapy integration as well." Features: Beginning with an historical perspective, the book notes that psychotherapy integration took hold in the s, although early efforts began as early as the s Price: $
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Find more information about: ISBN:. Author Jerold Gold reviews the progress that has been made in the field of integrative psychotherapy. The author develops a unique narrative-based framework in which clinicians can synthesize different psychotherapies into an integrated conceptual system and technical method.
An ongoing case. An ongoing case example illustrates the framework and its key concepts. In addition, chapters examine the contributions of psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, and integrative therapies to the development of important psychotherapeutic ideas.
Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Integration traces the history of efforts to integrate psychoanalysis with other psychotherapeutic modalities, beginning with the early analysts, including Ferenczi and Rank, and continuing on to the present day.
Psychotherapy integration can be defined as an attempt to look beyond the confines of single-school approaches to see what can be learned from other perspectives (Stricker, ). It is characterized by an openness to various ways of integrating diverse theories and techniques. Key concepts in psychotherapy integration book following are the key concepts of Gestalt Therapy: Wholeness and Integration: Wholeness refers to the whole person or the individual’s mind and body as a unit rather than as separate parts (Seligman, ).
Integration refers to how these parts fit together and how the individual integrates into the environment. Psychotherapy integration seeks to improve the effectiveness and validity of counseling as the supporters of this approach reason that no single theory can meet the needs of a diverse client population with a wide range of problems and life circumstances (Corey, ).
Integrative therapy is a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines different therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of the individual client.
With an understanding of normal human. Stricker's most recent books are Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration, with Jerry Gold, and The Scientific Practice of Professional Psychology, with Steven Trierweiler.
Jerry Gold, PhD, is the author of Key Concepts in Psychotherapy Integration ; coeditor, with George Stricker, of the Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy Pages: A key advantage of integrative therapy is its flexibility and focus on the whole of an individual.
The integration of different approaches means therapy can be tailored to meet a variety of needs and concerns, making it arguably a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment than more traditional, singular forms of psychotherapy.
for psychotherapy integration, which include (1) intentional integration, (2) multidimensional integration, (3) multitheoretical integration, (4) strategy-based integration, and (5) relational inte - gration.
The first principle says that psychotherapy integration should be based on intentional choices. Topics include multimodal therapy, systematic treatment selection and prescriptive therapy, assimilative psychodynamic psychotherapy, an integrative perspective on.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Theoretical Integration The fourth approach to psychotherapy integration is called Theoretical Integration. This is the most difficult level at which to achieve integration because it requires integrating theoretical concepts from different approaches, and these approaches may differ in their fundamental philosophy about human behavior.
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In this book, the author presents and explores psychotherapy integration, its theory, history, the therapy process, primary change mechanisms, empirical basis, and future developments.
This innovative and timely book examines the issues and ideas surrounding integration and eclecticism in a therapeutic context, and provides a detailed account of a wide range of approaches in use. Following an exploration of the origins of integrative and eclectic processes, 10 approaches are explained in detail.
Chap "Postmodern Approaches," presents additional material on parallels between solution-focused brief therapy and positive psychology, a broadened discussion of the key concepts of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), more emphasis on the client-as-expert in the therapy relationship in postmodern approaches, a revision of material on.
Throughout the book, Dr. Gerson demonstrates a remarkable ability to integrate theoretical concepts of systems and psychoanalysis. We see that, despite the many differences in perspective and vocabulary, “there can be a useful interpenetration of ideas from one to the other.”.Worldviews of Theories of Psychotherapy Key Concepts of Theories of Psychotherapy Therapy Techniques Forming a Multicultural Conceptualization of Clients Future Outlook of Theoretical Approaches Chapter Integrative Psychotherapy Brief Historical Overview of the Integrative Movement Pathways to Psychotherapy Integration Multitheoretical Price: $Psychotherapy integration grew out of increasing dissatisfaction with the continuous creation of new schools of therapy, the demands for accountability by payers, and the confusion of the general public about what psychotherapy is (Prochaska and Norcross ).The movement promised several advantages: clarity through recognition of common factors and a common language for the many .