Keeping Couples in Treatment: Working from Surface to Depth

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    Keeping Couples in Treatment: Working from Surface to Depth is presented for your beginning or seasoned therapist who wishes to practice a effective in-depth approach for keeping couples in treatment. The ebook concentrates on the difficulties that present themselves once the therapist lacking in-depth understanding of couple treatment loses empathy and curiosity, causing a feeling that couple therapy presents a formidable task. Therapists who attempt couple work need practice theory in making meaningful connection with the pairPercentus internal conflicts. From the surface to depth approach the therapy field consists of two spouses, their unconscious relationship, as well as the therapist. Therapists may micro-manage couple emotions simply because they cannot conceive ways to manage couple anxieties because their own anxieties run so high. This book illustrates the therapists utilization of self and the concept of this powerful treatment approach that can help therapists more effectively manage treatment anxieties. For the beginning couple therapist, this book gives an object relations rationale for treatment and an increase of the technical shifts from individual therapy to couples. The ebook guides the inexperienced therapist from the couples pain, rage, and attacks on the frame while in deeply distressing situations. For that experienced therapist the book emphasizes the pair being an unconscious and conscious system best treated having an in-depth knowledge of intrapsychic-interpsychic communications. Couple situations demonstrate a treatment that experienced therapists will quickly realize liberating. During the entire book the therapists countertransference and rehearse of self as a therapeutic instrument is examined. Divorce, infidelity, dreams, and disorders of the self are detailed in the case materials. The instances represent a variety of problems hard to treat at any degree of therapist experience. The ebook studies the therapists personal feelings and countertransference throughout treatments. Source: Mega-download-ebook

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