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Short-Term Psychotherapy (2nd Edition)

A Psychodynamic Approach

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 264
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Basic Texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Paperback - 9780230551572

15 December 2009

$45.99

Ebook - 9781349923625

28 December 2015

Ebook - 9781137119742

12 September 2020

$36.99

Ebook - 9781137255648

07 December 2009

$39.99

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This new edition reflects the growing use of short term therapy across a variety of settings. Packed with new material on key issues, the book explores the therapeutic relationship, the length of therapy and the evidence...

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This new edition reflects the growing use of short term therapy across a variety of settings. Packed with new material on key issues, the book explores the therapeutic relationship, the length of therapy and the evidence base for various forms of therapy. This is key reading for anyone wishing to incorporate a psychodynamic element in their work.

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Growing readership as shortterm therapy is increasingly popular across organizations
Fully revised in response to readers' feedback to be even more accessible and practical 
Expanded coverage of areas for which there is strong evidence of success
Brand new chapter on key principles and competencies

Introduction to Second Edition
In the Beginning: The History of Short Term Therapy
Application of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice in Contemporary Time-Limited Therapies
Idiom, the Therapuetic Triangle and Transference
Assessment for Time Limited Therapy
Differences in Therapeutic Technique between Open Ended and Time Limited Therapies
Training and supervision
Time Limited Therapy in Different Contexts
Does it Work? Outcome in Focal Therapy
Concluding Remarks.

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ALEX COREN is Director of Psychodynamic Studies at the University of Oxford, UK. He has extensive experience of working as a psychodynamic therapist in a variety of settings and has taught widely, most recently in the field of time-limited therapies. His previous publications include A Psychodynamic Approach to Education (1997).

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ALEX COREN is Director of Psychodynamic Studies at the University of Oxford, UK. He has extensive experience of working as a psychodynamic therapist in a variety of settings and has taught widely, most recently in the field of time-limited therapies. His previous publications include A Psychodynamic Approach to Education (1997).

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