Doing More with Less: Using Long-term Skills in Short-term Treatment
Barbara Dane, Carol Tosone, Alice Wolson
Jason Aronson, 2001 - Medical - 445 pages
Confronting the challenge to provide sound clinical treatment in brief therapy, this timely book will enrich the practices of all psychotherapists. Designed and arranged according to the DSM-IV diagnostic categories, each chapter addresses the short-term treatment of a specific condition or patient population. Starting from the premise that psychodynamically trained clinicians already possess the requisite skills to conduct short-term treatment, the editors demonstrate how to adapt these skills to a time-limited approach.
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