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Can the effects of early childhood traumas--traumas that may have seemed small at the time but that have affected personality development--be overcome in short-term therapy? Here, leaders in the field of short-term therapy present a definitive statement on state-of-the-art intensive dynamic short-term psychotherapy.

While they have approached these questions from different perspectives, the renowned practitioners in this book note points of contact and overlap among their ideas about the underlying causes of depression, maladjustment, marital discord, character pathology, and posttraumatic stress disorders. Each outlines the precise methods he or she uses with patients to create emotional growth and reintegration, illustrating these with cases and transcripts. Their methods can be proven scientifically valid, taught to others, and reliably reproduced by effectively trained psychotherapists with a wide variety of patients.

Readers will find variations on the theme of short-term therapy for long-term change. Habib Davanloo was a colleague of Malan's and has influenced Neborsky, Alpert, and McCullough. While Neborsky has devoted himself to refining and presenting clearly Davanloo's theory and method, Alpert has developed a method of accelerated empathic treatment and McCullough has designed an anxiety-regulating therapy that is the subject of several research studies. Solomon has applied dynamic theories to treatment of intimate relationships. Shapiro, using EMDR, approaches Big-T and small-t traumas in what seems initially a quite different way but is shown ultimately to have many similarities to short-term dynamic psychotherapy.

With this basis in research and clinical practice, the theories and methods presented here have the potential to revolutionize psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Book News Annotation:

Based on a series of conferences sponsored by Lifespan Learning Institute, a southern California organization dedicated to teaching psychotherapy to the professional community, six clinicians integrate different approaches to psychotherapy and describe brief courses of therapy.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Is it possible to effect deep, lasting, meaningful psychological change in a short period of time?

Synopsis:

While they have approached these questions from different perspectives, the renowned practitioners in this book note points of contact and overlap among their ideas about the underlying causes of depression, maladjustment, marital discord, character pathology, and posttraumatic stress disorders. Each outlines the precise methods he or she uses with patients to create emotional growth and reintegration, illustrating these with cases and transcripts. Their methods can be proven scientifically valid, taught to others, and reliably reproduced by effectively trained psychotherapists with a wide variety of patients.

Readers will find variations on the theme of short-term therapy for long-term change. Habib Davanloo was a colleague of Malan"s and has influenced Neborsky, Alpert, and McCullough. While Neborsky has devoted himself to refining and presenting clearly Davanloo"s theory and method, Alpert has developed a method of accelerated empathic treatment and McCullough has designed an anxiety-regulating therapy that is the subject of several research studies. Solomon has applied dynamic theories to treatment of intimate relationships. Shapiro, using EMDR, approaches Big-T and small-t traumas in what seems initially a quite different way but is shown ultimately to have many similarities to short-term dynamic psychotherapy.

With this basis in research and clinical practice, the theories and methods presented here have the potential to revolutionize psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Synopsis:

Leaders in the Field of short-term therapy have come together here to synthesize and assess the past twenty-five years of research into what actually produces change in dynamic therapy. The authors present different models of short-term dynamic psychotherapy including IS-TDP, EMDR, anxiety-regulating psychotherapy, and empathic therapy.

About the Author

Michael Alpert, M.D., M.P.H., is the Director of the STDP Institute of New York and New Jersey and Medical Director of the St. Clare's Hospital Behavioral Health Service.David Malan participated in Michael Balint's original team investigating brief psychotherapy and collaborated for many years with Habib Davanloo.Leigh McCullough, Ph.D., is Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Short-term Psychotherapy Research Program at Harvard Medical School.Robert J. Neborsky, M.D., is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSD School of Medicine.Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., the originator and developer of EMDR, is a senior research fellow at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, CA.Marion Solomon, Ph.D., is a lecturer at the David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry at UCLA, and Senior Extension faculty at the Department of Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences at UCLA. She is also director of clinical training at the Lifespan Learning Institute and author of Narcissism and Intimacy, co-author of Short Term Therapy For Long Term Change, and co-editor of Countertransference in Couples Therapy and Healing Trauma.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780393703337
Foreword:
Judd, Lewis L.
Author:
Judd, Lewis L.
Author:
Shapiro, Francine
Author:
Solomon, Marion F.
Author:
Malan, David
Author:
Neborsky, Robert J.
Author:
Solomon, Marion
Author:
Alpert, Michael
Author:
McCullough, Leigh
Publisher:
W. W. Norton & Company
Location:
New York
Subject:
Brief psychotherapy
Subject:
Psychodynamic psychotherapy
Subject:
Psychotherapy - General
Subject:
Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior
Subject:
Counseling
Subject:
Psychology : General
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Series:
Norton Professional Books
Series Volume:
57
Publication Date:
20010831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
9.2 x 6.2 x 0.5 in 0.71 lb

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"Synopsis" by , Is it possible to effect deep, lasting, meaningful psychological change in a short period of time?
"Synopsis" by , While they have approached these questions from different perspectives, the renowned practitioners in this book note points of contact and overlap among their ideas about the underlying causes of depression, maladjustment, marital discord, character pathology, and posttraumatic stress disorders. Each outlines the precise methods he or she uses with patients to create emotional growth and reintegration, illustrating these with cases and transcripts. Their methods can be proven scientifically valid, taught to others, and reliably reproduced by effectively trained psychotherapists with a wide variety of patients.

Readers will find variations on the theme of short-term therapy for long-term change. Habib Davanloo was a colleague of Malan"s and has influenced Neborsky, Alpert, and McCullough. While Neborsky has devoted himself to refining and presenting clearly Davanloo"s theory and method, Alpert has developed a method of accelerated empathic treatment and McCullough has designed an anxiety-regulating therapy that is the subject of several research studies. Solomon has applied dynamic theories to treatment of intimate relationships. Shapiro, using EMDR, approaches Big-T and small-t traumas in what seems initially a quite different way but is shown ultimately to have many similarities to short-term dynamic psychotherapy.

With this basis in research and clinical practice, the theories and methods presented here have the potential to revolutionize psychodynamic psychotherapy.
"Synopsis" by , Leaders in the Field of short-term therapy have come together here to synthesize and assess the past twenty-five years of research into what actually produces change in dynamic therapy. The authors present different models of short-term dynamic psychotherapy including IS-TDP, EMDR, anxiety-regulating psychotherapy, and empathic therapy.
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