Favorite Counseling and Therapy Homework Assignments: Leading Therapists Share Their Most Creative Strategies
Howard Rosenthal takes the reader into the offices of 56 of the finest therapists in the world to learn their favorite counseling and therapy homework assignments. The text literally reads like a Who's Who in therapy, packing in more famous therapists than any book of its kind.
Albert Ellis uses his REBT Self-Help form to create effective homework beginning with the very first session. William Glasser reveals his 'Getting Rid of the Seven Habits of Unhappy' homework for the first time. Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute? explains how clients can use 'Trioing' to solve career difficulties and overcome personal obstacles.
Microcounseling skills pioneer Allen E. Ivey shares gems of therapeutic wisdom based on 35 years experience. Noted textbook authors Marianne Schneider Corey and Gerald Corey share an innovative paradigm for implementing client-centered homework for group therapy clients. Psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin of Talking Back to Prozac fame, utilizes a homework assignment involving kindness rather than relying upon today's dangerous psychiatric drugs. And the list goes on and on.
Dr. Rosenthal also teams up with the eminent therapist Jeffrey Kottler to illuminate the pitfalls of therapeutic homework. Overall, this lively, innovative book promises to become a classic in the field of helping and is the perfect sequel to Dr. Rosenthal's bestselling Favorite Counseling and Therapy Techniques.
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EXPLORING THE DARK SIDE
Meditational Working Through
ClientCentered Homework in Groups
Utilizing Therapeutic Symbols
REBT SelfHelp Form and Reading Materials
The Paper Plate Activity
Creating a New Family Play
Understanding and Coping with Transitions
Relieving the Suicidal
The NNS Approach to Emotions
Getting Rid of the Seven Deadly Habits
Effective Intervention with Psychotherapeutic
Love Lucy Parenting Technique
SelfConcept Adjustment Strategy
Expanding Options with Reluctant Clients
Maximizing Human Potential with
The Ice Station Zebra
Quality Time for Improving Family Relationships
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