Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy and Recovery elucidates a diversity of self-disclosure topics that pertain to a wide range of issues impacting every facet of the process and outcome of psychotherapy relationships. This book represents a seminal contribution to the counseling and psychotherapy literature specific to chemical dependency counseling, addictions-focused therapy, and the self-help based recovery model.
Gary G. Forrest, EdD, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and executive director of Psychotherapy Associates, PC, and the Institute for Addictive Behavioral Change in Colorado Springs.
1 Contents 2 Foreword 3 Preface 4 Acknowledgments Chapter 5 1. Introduction Chapter 6 2. Self-Disclosure in Counseling and Psychotherapy Chapter 7 3. Therapist Theoretical Orientation and Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy Chapter 8 4. The Effects of Therapist and Client Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy Chapter 9 5. Ethics and Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy Chapter 10 6. Self-Disclosure, Addiction and the Recovery Process Chapter 11 7. Therapist and Client Self-Disclosure in Chemical Dependency Counseling Chapter 12 8. Client and Therapist Perspectives on Self-Disclosure and Recovery 13 Bibliography 14 Index 15 About the Author