Basics of Psychotherapy: A Practical Guide to Improving Clinical Success 1st Edition (2017) (PDF) Richard B. Makover, M.D

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Basic Information:

  • Year: 2017
  • Page Number: 322
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 4.43 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Richard B. Makover, M.D

Description:

Today’s psychotherapists come from many disciplines — psychiatry, psychology, social work, psychiatric nursing, and a variety of counseling professions — but they are united by a common goal: to deliver an effective therapeutic service to those in need. Psychotherapy texts usually focus on a single methodology or perhaps survey a variety of treatments. What many clinicians may need instead is an examination of the core principles, ideas, and practices that underlie and unify the hundreds of therapies in current use. Basics of Psychotherapy meets this need with a thorough examination of these common elements and of how they function to promote successful outcomes. The challenges to successful practice have never been greater: the demand for psychotherapy services often outstrips the supply, third-party and government payers continue to call for lower costs, computer-based therapies threaten to compete with human resources, and clinicians of all types confront the illusory appeal of using drugs to achieve quick fixes. In this difficult environment, successful practitioners must provide efficient and effective therapeutic results.Each central chapter takes up a fundamental topic and examines it in detail: – What is psychotherapy?- What is the psychotherapy relationship?- What is an initial evaluation?- What is a formulation?- What is a treatment plan?

Other chapters review the essential technical aspects common to any psychotherapy and provide valuable advice on how to deal with typical clinical challenges. Throughout the book, Dr. Makover emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic alliance — what it is, what supports it, how to maintain it, how to repair it when necessary — and the collaborative partnership between therapist and patient that must exist for any treatment to succeed. The book concludes with a discussion of career development and of how self-directed learning can build a collection of skills and capacities that will meet every practice challenge. Clinicians who understand the foundations of psychotherapy covered in this book will be more efficient and effective, regardless of which approach they chose to employ.

User’s Review:

Today’s psychotherapists come from many disciplines, but they are united by a common goal: to deliver effective therapy that achieves a successful result. This practical and engaging examination of the fundamentals of clinical practice fills the need for an up-to-date resource on the essential elements of psychotherapy.

Beginning therapists and experienced clinicians alike will find in this book practical, straightforward advice based on the core principles that underlie all psychotherapies. Clearly written in an appealing, down-to-earth style, the text reads easily and uses an abundance of clinical examples, frequent tables and illustrations to examine the fundamental concepts and to identify the basic skills on which all therapies rely.

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