Single Session Therapy: Maximizing the Effect of the First (and Often Only) Therapeutic Encounter

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Wiley, Aug 16, 1990 - Medical - 146 pages
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How to use limited therapeutic time most efficiently

Research shows that many clients seeking therapeutic help attend for one session only--no matter what their therapist's orientation or approach. Moshe Talmon demonstrates how therapists can turn this single encounter into a positive therapeutic experience.

Based on a study of hundreds of single-session cases, this book offers a realistic, practical approach to using a single session to prompt substantial changes in patients' lives. The author describes how to make the most of patients' innate ability to heal themselves--presenting insights into bolstering the patient's existing strengths, restoring autonomy and confidence, and offering solutions that the patient can implement immediately.

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it's the joys of working at a bookstore. i get books that have not been released to the public yet. i started this yesterday. i can relate. Read full review

Contents

Presession Screening
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StepbyStep
34
Empowering Your Patient
57
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