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Clinical Pearls of Wisdom

21 Leading Therapists Offer Their Key Insights

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Description

Here, for your reading and clinical pleasure, is a book that contains just these clinical "pearls" of wisdom, from the field's leading practitioners. Represented in this collection is the "take-away" message from some of the most popular conference presenters active in the field today. It covers a rich range of perspectives on the most common presenting problems: depression, trauma, anxiety, grief, couples issues, and child and adolescent difficulties. Each entry follows a similar 3-part format. First is the pearls, a brief listing of three clinical pearls based on feedback the author has received over the years from colleagues, students, book reviewers, and workshop participants. Next is the case example, a presentation of a case that best exemplifies the "pearls" in action. This section also includes an analysis by the author-why they did what they did and what they thought about it then, and now. Finally, each author provides a series of concluding remarks about the preceding material and offers readers a sense of their thinking behind their clinical work, and how this approach might be integrated into other people's client work. These innovative practices and tools will enlarge your therapeutic repertoire, and complement your existing knowledge base. Contributors: Pat Ogden, Bill O'Hanlon, and Michael Stone on depression Dusty Miller, Diana Fosha, and Babette Rothschild on trauma Reid Wilson and Margaret Wehrenberg on anxiety Kenneth Doka, Robert Neimeyer, and Sameet Kumar on grief Sue Johnson, Carolyn Daitch, and Evan Imber-Black on working with couples Dan Hughes, Lenore Terr, and Aureen Wagner on working with children Janet Edgette, Martha Straus, and David Wexler on working with adolescents David Wallin on the therapist's attachment patterns

Author Biography

Michael Kerman, MSW, founded Toronto's Leading Edge Seminars, which offer professional development programs for psychotherapists. He lives in Toronto.
Release date Australia
December 7th, 2009
Contributor
Edited by Michael Kerman
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
WW Norton & Co
Pages
288
Dimensions
157x234x20
ISBN-13
9780393705874
Product ID
3470485

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