Guiding the Process of Therapeutic Change

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Bridges the gap between the literature on therapy and what actually transpires in clinical practice. The book presents a seven-phase model for managing the complete clinical change process from initial contact through termination. It addresses issues, such as the therapeutic interview, therapist-client relationship, therapist's personal style, clients' motivation and self-regulatory skills, and flexibility in selecting and implementing treatment strategies.

Guiding the Process of Therapeutic Change 1988, Research Press (IL)

ISBN-13: 9780878222858

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