Interviews with Brief Therapy Experts

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Psychology - 307 pages
This book is a compilation of twelve interviews with brief therapy experts and some of the field's most influential innovators. The interviews, conducted to explore technical, theoretical, and ethical aspects of the theory and practice of brief therapy, offer the give-and-take spontaneity that can only be found in an interview style. The selection of the content is based on both the expertise of the interviewees as well as those issues of most concern to the field: managed care and economics, ethics, and being solution-focused. (Midwest).
 

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Contents

A Conversation with Steve de Shazer
1
A Conversation with Bill OHanlon
34
CognitiveBehavioral Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress
97
A Conversation about
121
A Conversation with
144
A Conversation with
158
Postmodernism the Relational Self Constructive Therapies
184
About Constructivism or If Four Colleagues Talked
206
A Conversation with
226
A Conversation about Power
265
Credits
294
About the Editor 307
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