A primer for psychotherapists.


New York, Ronald Press [1951] .

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Subjects Einführung.
Psychotherapie.
Psychotherapy.
Psychothérapie.
Description viii, 167 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1951]
©1951
Contents 1. Psychotherapy -- its aim and its basic theory -- Aim -- Basic theory -- 2. The patient -- Psychological appraisal -- Who comes to therapy -- Why he comes -- Who is chosen -- What he fears -- What he hopes -- 3. The therapist -- His past -- His present -- His task -- Countertransferences -- 4. Time and space conditions for the interview -- Time considerations -- Space arrangements -- 5. behavior during the interview -- Behavior of the patient -- Behavior of the therapist.
6. Beginning the therapy -- Diagnosing the disorder -- Acceptance and declination -- The patient learns -- The therapist learns -- Drugs and relatives -- An illustrative series of interviews -- 7. The middle course of therapy -- Interpretations -- Resistances -- Transferences -- Working through -- Typical use of techniques -- 8. Ending the therapy -- 9. Schizophrenias -- Diagnosis -- Time and space conditions -- Interview behavior -- The first interviews -- The middle period -- Ending therapy -- An illustrative series of interviews.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)647227
(OCoLC)ocm00647227
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WorldCat Identities Colby, Kenneth Mark, 1920-
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