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Psychodynamic counseling in action / Michael Jacobs

Main Author Jacobs, Michael Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Sage, imp. 1993 Description X, 134 p. ; 22 cm Series Counselling in action ISBN 0-8039-8046-9 CDU 615.851
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Psychodynamic Counselling in Action provides the counsellor and student of counselling with a clear guide to the major aspects of psychodynamic techniques and illustrates how they are capable of effective use in counselling itself.

Using the examples of two clients - a woman and a man - it illustrates the process of psychodynamic counselling, starting with the first meeting and moving through to the termination of the counselling. The book discusses, in clear and accessible fashion, such essential features of the psychodynamic method as the development of the first session, recording and understanding session material, limitations and boundaries in the counselling setting, defences, resistance, transference and the psychodynamic understanding of personality development.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introducing the Psychodynamic Approach
  • The First Session
  • After the First Session
  • The Importance of Time and Boundaries
  • The Middle Phase of Counselling - Meeting Resistance
  • The Middle Phase of Counselling - the Relationship between Counsellor and Client
  • Breaks and Endings

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