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A Short Introduction to Psychotherapy by Christine Lister-Ford

By Christine Lister-Ford

A brief creation to Psychotherapy is an obtainable consultant to the sector for someone embarking on education or just drawn to checking out extra approximately psychotherapy. Mapping the advance and dimensions of latest perform, the publication explores the origins of psychotherapy; its functions by way of modalities, settings and customer populations; primary theoretical thoughts; the character of teaching and profession paths for certified practitioners; and major opinions, either from inside and out of doors psychotherapy. A workforce of famous and highly-regarded participants study concerns that have specific touching on psychotherapy this present day

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These ‘constructivist cognitive therapies’ share many theoretical and technical elements with modern psychodynamic and humanistic approaches (Arnkoff and Glass, 1995: 669), and perhaps represent a move from the cognitive field towards psychotherapy integration. The development of the humanistic psychotherapies Although the humanistic psychotherapies are often stereotyped as a rebelling ‘Third Force’, emerging in the 1960s as a reaction against the ‘old guard’ of psychoanalysis and behaviour therapy, in fact it is probably more realistic to see them as one of many developments and evolutions, with strong roots in psychodynamic theory.

A young child will want the security-invoking presence of their mother but at the same time will want to be rid of her when she prevents that child from having an experience they want. A young child has intensely destructive feelings towards his mother when she denies him a chocolate bar when he is hungry. qxd 34 5/2/2007 7:52 PM Page 34 A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOTHERAPY think or feel (eat and enjoy the chocolate bar) and what he wishes to do, think or feel (maintain his mother’s love and affection).

So as the client starts to feel upset in psychotherapy they shut down on this upset feeling and instead are experienced by the therapist as closing down. This is a very important concept in psychodynamic therapy as the therapeutic relationship itself and the patterns contained within it are understood as giving the client direct insight into their past experiences and how they are influencing them now. Therapeutic application CLIENT GROUP A psychodynamic approach has application in individual, couple and group psychotherapy.

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