Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy and Recovery
Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy and Recovery includes a unique mosaic of theoretical and practical clinical information, rich case studies, research findings, and a wealth of evidence-based practice guidelines related to therapist and client self-disclosure in the psychotherapeutic encounter. Experienced clinicians, neophyte therapists, and counselors in training will find this book provides a wealth of insight and useful information that will significantly benefit their therapeutic work. Gary G. Forrest 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. Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy and Recovery 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. This book will be an essential resource for individuals pursuing graduate training and advanced education or supervision in the various behavioral health professions.
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Chapter Two SelfDisclosure in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Chapter Four The Effects of Therapist and Client
Chapter Five Ethics and Therapist SelfDisclosure
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