This unique collection of short fiction takes the reader on an journey beyond the terrain of the clinical text or case study. David Treadway not only explores the ways in which therapy addresses client problems, but also illuminates the impact of clinical work on the therapist, how what happens in sessions spills over into the personal lives of both parties, and how we can understand the myriad, often unpredictable ways in which change occurs over time. Delving into vital personal, professional, and ethical issues that are often neglected in clinical training - and offering insights to stimulate further thinking and dicussion - the volume is deeply instructive. This volume is a rewarding resource for psychotherapists from a range of backgrounds, including clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, couple and family therapists, and psychiatrists. It is also an invaluable tool for professional workshops or graduate training programs.Alan S. Gurman, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin Medical School aquot;This is a wonderful book. It is a set of simple stories and ... youa#39;ve had your fill of professional texts that read like a drivera#39;s manual, then this book is for you. The everyday drama, joys, ... aJay Lappin, MSW, LCSW, Director of Family Therapy, CENTRA, Marlton, New Jersey The Guilford Press. 72 Spring Street Newanbsp;...
|Title||:||Intimacy, Change, and Other Therapeutic Mysteries|
|Author||:||David C. Treadway|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2004|