5 edition of Emotion in Psychotherapy found in the catalog.
February 16, 1990
by The Guilford Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||338|
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1. Calming the Emotional Storm by Sheri Van Dijk. When you have trouble managing your emotions, your whole life seems to be out of control. This book offers practical and easy to implement strategies to help you manage emotions effectively.. Even though this book is based on dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), it’s is not technical at all. Emotions in Child Psychotherapy includes extensive clinical illustrations and addresses many of the problems faced, at some time, by every child therapist. Both richly informative and highly practical, this book will be value to all students of child therapy and to practicing clinicians of differing theoretical orientations.
"In this excellent book, Jurist expertly guides the reader through an in-depth exploration and deconstruction of what it means to ‘work with emotions’ in psychotherapy. Drawing on a wide range of ideas from neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and psychoanalysis, Jurist offers an impressive overview grounded in clear clinical and nonclinical Brand: Guilford Publications, Inc. Emotional Healing and Psychotherapy Hilary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW, is author of the book It’s Not Always Depression: Working the .
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EMOTION IN PSYCHOTHERAPY draws from the literature of both clinical and experimental psychology to provide a critical review of theory and research on the role of emotion in the process of change. Providing a general theoretical framework for understanding the impact of affect in therapy, this unique volume describes specific change events in which Price: $ EMOTION IN PSYCHOTHERAPY draws from the literature of both clinical and experimental psychology to provide a critical Emotion in Psychotherapy book of theory and research on the role of emotion in the process of change.
Providing a general theoretical framework for understanding the impact of affect in therapy, this unique volume describes specific change events in which emotions. This book will have you marveling at the complexity of emotion-focused therapy.
Pages anddescribing interventions and the framework of this type of therapy, are worth the price of admission by themselves. You will learn, in great detail, exactly how therapists work with emotions to help forge by: Although it's a little dated now, Reason and Emotion in Psychotherapy provides an excellent overview of the early development of what is now known as Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy.
The theory and practice of REBT evolved over the years since this book was written (and homosexuality is no longer seen as a disorder)/5.
Highly practical and accessible, this unique book gives therapists powerful tools for helping patients learn to cope with feared or avoided emotional experiences. The book presents a menu of effective intervention options--including schema modification, stress management, acceptance, mindfulness, self-compassion, cognitive restructuring, and other techniques--and describes how to select the best ones for particular patients or situations/5(11).
This book is a wonderful resource for clinicians who wish to Emotion in Psychotherapy book a transdiagnostic treatment approach for emotion dysregulation across various disorders.
Leahy, Tirch, and Napolitano combine multiple well researched strategies in order to provide the reader with a comprehensive treatment for the various processes involved in emotion by: Reviewed in the United States on July 9, The author has written the most lucid and powerful treatise dealing with the field of cognitive-behavior therapy in his work, "Reason and Emotion in Psychotherapy".
He continues to display his uncanny knack for communicating profound theories in plain, simple English that anyone can understand. In previous books, Leslie S. Greenberg has demonstrated the importance of integrating emotional work into therapy and has laid out a compelling model of therapeutic change.
Building on these foundations, WORKING WITH EMOTIONS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY sheds new light on the process and technique of intervention with *specific* emotions/5.
A comprehensive, constructive theory of emotion helps transcend the differences in the therapeutic schools by viewing emotion as a complex synthesis of expressive motor, schematic, and conceptual.
"Emotion in Psychotherapy" draws from the literature of both clinical and experimental psychology to provide a critical review of theory and research on the role of emotion in the process of change.
1st Edition Published on Decem by Guilford Press Working actively with emotion has been empirically shown to be of central importance in psychothera Working with Emotion in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Techniques for C Publisher of Humanities, Social Science & STEM Books Skip to main content Free Standard Shipping.
Shelves: psychotherapy, dbt, act, cbt This book compiles standard strategies for working with emotions from across several different treatment modalies. While it's nice to have these all in one place, I was disappointed that there was very little new information or strategies in this book/5.
In previous books, Leslie S. Greenberg has demonstrated the importance of integrating emotional work into therapy and has laid out a compelling model of therapeutic change. Building on these foundations, WORKING WITH EMOTIONS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY sheds new light on the process and technique of intervention with specific : Guilford Publications, Inc.
[from inside flaps] "Reason and Emotion in Psychotherapy, a seminal work in twentieth-century psychology, was the first book on rational-emotive therapy. Written for psychotherapists, it soon became one of the most important and most quoted books in the : Title: Emotions in Child Psychotherapy: An Integrative Framework Published by: Oxford University Press Pages: ISBN Buy the Book: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Books-A-Million, Amazon Overview.
Emotions in Child Psychotherapy is based on a series of lectures I presented to the faculty and trainees of New York – Presbyterian. Reason and Emotion in Psychotherapy, a seminal work in twentieth-century psychology, was the first book on rational-emotive therapy.
Written for psychotherapists, it soon became one of. This book describes how the interaction between emotion and narrative creates a constantly evolving sense of self; how clinicians can address both narrative and emotion processes to help clients create more adaptive, empowering meanings and sense of self; and the importance of a strong therapeutic : Emotion: Theory, Research, and Experience, Volume 5: Emotion, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy is concerned with the formulation of models of emotion psychopathology and psychotherapy.
The book focuses on the dysregulation of emotion, methods for changing emotion and the experience of emotion. By including emotion as a psychotherapeutic catalyst, the book offers a more complete and encompassing approach to the process of psychotherapy than has ever before been : $ A separate, theory-oriented commentary section follows in which the theme of emotion in psychotherapy is examined from the perspectives of cognitive psychology and.
In psychotherapy, as in life, all significant emotions are embedded in important stories, and all significant stories revolve around important emotional themes. Yet, despite the interaction between emotion and narrative processes, emotion-focused therapy (EFT) and narrative-informed therapies have evolved as separate clinical approaches.As part of preparation for the classroom, it's key for trainee teachers to understand the emotional needs of students.
This book provides a clear introduction to emotional development and attachment, offering advice and guidance from a diverse range of professional perspectives including psychology, health and education.In this volume, Leslie S. Greenberg, Norka T. Malberg, and Michael A.
Tompkins investigate the role of emotion in the development and maintenance of psychological problems, and in effecting psychological :