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Case Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy,9780534265809

Case Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780534265809

ISBN10:
0534265804
Media:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/25/1995
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

A central client, Ruth, becomes the focus for the application of nine therapeutic techniques: psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, behavior, cognitive-behavior, and reality therapies - and, new to this edition, family systems therapy. You'll deal with Ruth (and clients from other case studies) as active counselors, participating in a variety of role-play situations. In the process, you'll develop an understanding of the counseling process and of the complex professional and personal issues that are triggered in the counseling relationship.

Table of Contents

Preface xiv
Introduction and Overview
1(35)
Structure of the Book
1(3)
Overview of the Therapeutic Perspectives
4(20)
The Case of Ruth
24(10)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
34(2)
Case Approach to Psychoanalytic Therapy
36(32)
Introduction
36(1)
A Psychoanalytic Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
37(12)
William Blau
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Psychoanalytic Perspective
49(8)
Moe: A Resistive Client Who Escapes with Alcohol
57(10)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
67(1)
Case Approach to Adlerian Therapy
68(33)
An Adlerian Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
68(22)
James Robert Bitter
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from an Adlerian Perspective
90(6)
Julie: ``It's My Father's Fault That I Can't Trust Men''
96(3)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
99(2)
Case Approach to Existential Therapy
101(31)
An Existential Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
101(16)
Donald Polkinghorne
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from an Existential Perspective
117(7)
Walt: ``What Is There to Live For?''
124(6)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
130(2)
Case Approach to Person-Centered Therapy
132(24)
A Person-Centered Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
132(10)
David J. Cain
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Person-Centered Perspective
142(7)
Don: Feeling Pressure to Prove Himself
149(6)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
155(1)
Case Approach to Gestalt Therapy
156(16)
A Gestalt Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
156(4)
Rainette Eden Fantz
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Gestalt Perspective
160(7)
Christina: A Student Works with Her Feelings toward Her Supervisor and Her Father
167(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
171(1)
Case Approach to Reality Therapy
172(27)
A Reality Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
172(6)
William Glasser
Another Reality Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
178(8)
Robert E. Wubboldings
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Reality-Therapy Perspective
186(6)
Manny: A Loser for Life?
192(6)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
198(1)
Case Approach to Behavior Therapy
199(33)
A Multimodal Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
199(9)
Arnold A. Lazarus
Another Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
208(10)
Barbara Brownell D'Angelo
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Behavioral Perspective
218(6)
Sally: Hoping to Cure a Social Phobia
224(7)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
231(1)
Case Approach to Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
232(50)
A Rational Emotive Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
232(10)
Albert Ellis
Another Rational Emotive Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
242(12)
Linda Gilbert
A Transactional Analyst's Perspective on Ruth
254(8)
John M. Dusay
Jerry Corey's Work with Ruth from a Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective
262(12)
Marion: A Woman Who Lives by ``Oughts'' and ``Shoulds''
274(6)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
280(2)
Case Approach to Family Therapy
282(62)
A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Family Therapy with Ruth
282(16)
Frank M. Dattilio
A Family Systems Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
298(27)
Mary E. Moline
Empowering the Field Family: A Case Using Brief Family Techniques
325(8)
Jon L. Winek
Susan C. Carlin-Finch
Maria: Torn between Herself and Her Family
333(9)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
342(2)
Bringing the Approaches Together and Developing Your Own Therapeutic Style
344
Working with Ruth from a Multicultural Perspective
344(4)
My Integrative Approach to Working with Ruth
348(13)
An Exercise: Themes in Ruth's Life
361(1)
Concluding Comments
362(1)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
363


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