Integrative Problem-centered Therapy: A Synthesis of Biological, Individual and Family Therapy
By: William M. Pinsof (author)Hardback
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Part of a growing trend toward bridging the gap between rival schools of therapy, this book goes beyond other works to envision a mental health professional who, like a family doctor, can serve as a resource for an entire family either individually or together throughout their lives.
The problem-centred approach, the patient system, and the problem-maintenance structure; the integration of specific psychotherapies - contexts, orientations, and concepts; the therapeutic alliance; assessment and intervention - premises and roles; defining the direct system - the interpersonal context of therapy; identifying the problem cycle; modifying the problem cycle I - implementing an adaptive solution; modifying the problem cycle II - exploring constraints and resolving blocks.
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