Synopses & Reviews
"Brief Therapy"--buzzword of the '90s--doesn't mean the same thing to all therapists. This thorough discussion of the factors that contribute to effectiveness in therapy carefully integrates key elements from diverse theoretical viewpoints. Chapters include: Actions that Facilitate Emotional Healing; Cognitive, Humanistic, and Neurobiological Perspectives; Major Roadblocks--Dealing with Resistance; Misery Amplifiers and Unnecessary Pain; The Keys to Keeping Treatment Brief. (This title discounted due to minor printer errors. Text is complete and perfectly readable)
"Brief Therapy" is the buzzword of the '90s and the term has acquired a confusing variety of meanings. In this practical book, Preston presents a thorough discussion of the factors that contribute to the effectiveness of therapy and carefully integrates key elements from diverse theoretical viewpoints.