Reaching the Affect: Style in the Psychodynamic Therapies
This book focuses on communication in psychotherapy and how to shape it to reach the patient's affect more effectively. It explores the styles of intervention, as well as the how and why and when psychotherapists might employ more artful interventions to help patients find access to their feelings.
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