Experiential Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: A Manual

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Psychology - 386 pages
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The book is about love, not sex, but that good kind. Oh you know, that warm feeling you get inside when you pull someone out of a burning building, or when you hold your first born child in your arms.

Slavery in the United States has been gone for almost 150 yrs but there are people who would kill their fellowman just because his skin was dark. And they say hurtful things like “Man you look like your lips was ran over by a freight train.” But that’s nothing. Did you know there’s more blood spilled over religion. They will kill you while thinking they do God a favor, or he needs someone to do his dirty work. It seems no mater how civilized we get, we are always at one another’s throats. There’s no tenderness in humanity. Oh but sometimes there is, and that’s what this story is all about. You know that special sometime.

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Ferruccio Osimo, MD, psychiatrist, is one of the founders of the International Experiential Dynamic Therapy Association and was its first president. He trained in dynamic psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic in London, where he carried out in-depth clinical studies on the quality of outcome, co-authoring with David H. Malan the book 'Psychodynamics, Training, and Outcome in Brief Psychotherapy' (1992). He attended Habib Davanloo's core training in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, and took part in the Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy Research Programme directed by Leigh McCullough at Harvard Medical School. His model of Intensive Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (IE-DP) is described in the 'Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy' (2002), in his book 'Experiential Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: A Manual' (2003), and in several scientific articles. Dr Osimo founded the Italian, UK, and Israeli core trainings in IE-DP. He maintains a psychotherapy practice in Milan, where he teaches at Universitą Statale, School of Psychiatry. He is the president of the Italian EDT Association. His clinical work has been presented internationally.

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