Common Principles of Psychotherapy (Counseling)

Common Principles of Psychotherapy (Counseling)

ISBN: 9780534199982
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
Edition: 1st
Publication Date: 1994-01
Number of pages: 301
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This book brings together ideas from a range of theories representing diverse schools of thought and shows what they have in common. For example, the book discusses shared therapeutic components that are defined by Jerome Frank, Judd Marmor, Nicholas Hobbs, Marvin Goldfried, John Paul Brady, Toksoz Karasu, Hans Strupp, Lisa Grencavage and John Norcross, as well as William Stiles, David Shapiro and Robert Elliott. Providing a balance between theory and research, the author presents an analysis of how psychotherapy works and shows how psychotherapists go about helping people make changes in their lives. This book is ideal for use in traditional theories of counselling/psychotherapy courses.

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