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Theories of Psychotherapy and Counseling : Concepts and Cases (with InfoTrac)

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Summary

1. Introduction. 2. Psychoanalysis. 3. Jungian Analysis and Therapy. 4. Adlerian Therapy. 5. Existential Therapy. 6. Person-Centered Therapy. 7. Gestalt Therapy. 8. Behavior Therapy. 9. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. 10. Cognitive Therapy. 11. Reality Therapy. 12. Feminist Therapy. 13. Family Systems Therapy. 14. Other Psychotherapies. 15. Constructivist and Integrative Approaches. 16. Comparison and Critique.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(24)
Theory
1(2)
Precision and Clarity
1(1)
Comprehensiveness
2(1)
Testability
2(1)
Usefulness
2(1)
Psychotherapy and Counseling
3(1)
Theories of Psychotherapy and Counseling
4(6)
Psychoanalysis
6(1)
Jungian Analysis and Therapy
6(1)
Adlerian Therapy
6(1)
Existential Therapy
7(1)
Person-Centered Therapy
7(1)
Gestalt Therapy
7(1)
Behavior Therapy
7(1)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
7(1)
Cognitive Therapy
8(1)
Reality Therapy
8(1)
Feminist Therapy
8(1)
Family Therapy
8(1)
Other Psychotherapies
9(1)
Constructivist and Integrative Therapies
9(1)
Organization of the Chapters
10(11)
History or Background
10(1)
Personality Theories
11(1)
Theories of Psychotherapy
11(1)
Psychological Disorders
11(5)
Brief Psychotherapy
16(1)
Current Trends
17(1)
Using a Theory with Other Theories
18(1)
Research
18(2)
Gender Issues
20(1)
Multicultural Issues
20(1)
Group Therapy
21(1)
Ethics
21(1)
My Theory of Psychotherapy and Counseling
22(1)
Your Theory of Psychotherapy and Counseling
22(1)
Suggested Readings
22(1)
References
23(2)
Psychoanalysis
25(54)
History of Psychoanalysis
26(3)
Freud's Drive Theory
29(6)
Drive and Instincts
29(1)
Levels of Consciousness
30(1)
Structure of Personality
31(1)
Defense Mechanisms
32(2)
Psychosexual Stages of Development
34(1)
Ego Psychology
35(3)
Anna Freud
36(1)
Erik Erikson
36(2)
Object Relations Psychology
38(2)
Donald Winnicott
38(1)
Otto Kernberg
39(1)
Kohut's Self Psychology
40(2)
Relational Psychoanalysis
42(2)
Psychoanalytical Approaches to Treatment
44(7)
Therapeutic Goals
44(1)
Assessment
45(1)
Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy, and Psychoanalytic Counseling
45(1)
Free Association
46(1)
Neutrality and Empathy
46(1)
Resistance
47(1)
Interpretation
48(1)
Interpretation of Dreams
48(1)
Interpretation and Analysis of Transference
49(1)
Countertransference
50(1)
Relational Responses
51(1)
Psychological Disorders
51(9)
Treatment of Hysteria
52(2)
Childhood Anxiety
54(1)
Borderline Disorders
55(2)
Narcissistic Disorders
57(1)
Depression
58(2)
Brief Psychoanalytic Therapy
60(2)
Current Trends
62(1)
Using Psychoanalysis with Other Theories
63(1)
Research
64(3)
Gender Issues
67(1)
Multicultural Issues
68(2)
Group Therapy
70(1)
Summary
71(1)
Suggested Readings
72(1)
References
73(6)
Jungian Analysis and Therapy
79(40)
History of Jungian Analysis and Therapy
79(4)
Theory of Personality
83(10)
Levels of Consciousness
83(2)
Archetypes
85(3)
Personality Attitudes and Functions
88(3)
Personality Development
91(2)
Jungian Analysis and Therapy
93(11)
Therapeutic Goals
93(1)
Analysis, Therapy, and Counseling
93(1)
Assessment
94(2)
The Therapeutic Relationship
96(1)
Stages of Therapy
96(1)
Dreams and Analysis
97(3)
Active Imagination
100(1)
Other Techniques
101(1)
Transference and Countertransference
101(3)
Psychological Disorders
104(3)
Anxiety Neurosis
104(1)
Depression
105(1)
Borderline Disorders
106(1)
Psychotic Disorders
106(1)
Brief Therapy
107(1)
Current Trends
107(1)
Using Jungian Concepts with Other Theories
108(1)
Research
109(1)
Gender Issues
110(1)
Multicultural Issues
111(2)
Group Therapy
113(1)
Summary
113(1)
Suggested Readings
114(1)
References
114(5)
Adlerian Therapy
119(38)
History of Adlerian Theory
119(3)
Influences on Adlerian Psychology and Therapy
121(1)
Adler's Theory of Personality
122(4)
Style of Life
122(2)
Social Interest
124(1)
Inferiority and Superiority
125(1)
Birth Order
126(1)
Adlerian Theory of Therapy and Counseling
126(13)
Goals of Therapy and Counseling
127(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
127(2)
Assessment and Analysis
129(4)
Insight and Interpretation
133(1)
Reorientation
134(5)
Psychological Disorders
139(6)
Depression
139(3)
Generalized Anxiety
142(1)
Eating Disorders
143(1)
Borderline Disorder
144(1)
Brief Therapy
145(1)
Current Trends
146(1)
Using Adlerian Therapy with Other Theories
147(1)
Research
148(2)
Gender Issues
150(1)
Multicultural Issues
150(1)
Group Counseling and Therapy
151(1)
Summary
152(1)
Suggested Readings
153(1)
References
153(4)
Existential Therapy
157(45)
History of Existential Thought
157(5)
Existential Philosophers
158(2)
Originators of Existential Psychotherapy
160(1)
Recent Contributors to Existential Psychotherapy
161(1)
Existential Personality Theory
162(10)
Being-in-the-World
163(1)
Four Ways of Being
163(2)
Time and Being
165(1)
Anxiety
166(1)
Living and Dying
166(1)
Freedom, Responsibility, and Choice
167(1)
Isolation and Loving
168(1)
Meaning and Meaninglessness
169(1)
Self-Transcendence
170(1)
Striving for Authenticity
171(1)
Existential Psychotherapy
172(11)
Goals of Existential Psychotherapy
172(1)
Existential Psychotherapy and Counseling
173(1)
Assessment
173(2)
The Therapeutic Relationship
175(2)
Living and Dying
177(1)
Freedom, Responsibility, and Choice
178(3)
Isolation and Loving
181(1)
Meaning and Meaninglessness
182(1)
Psychological Disorders
183(4)
Depression
183(1)
Borderline Disorder
184(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
184(1)
Anxiety Disorder
185(1)
Alcoholism
186(1)
Brief Therapy
187(2)
Current Trends
189(1)
Using Existential Therapy with Other Theories
190(1)
Research
190(2)
Gender Issues
192(1)
Multicultural Issues
193(1)
Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
194(2)
Living and Dying
195(1)
Freedom, Responsibility, and Choice
195(1)
Isolation and Loving
195(1)
Meaning and Meaninglessness
196(1)
Summary
196(1)
Suggested Readings
197(1)
References
197(5)
Person-Centered Therapy
202(35)
History of Person-Centered Therapy
202(4)
Person-Centered Theory of Personality
206(3)
Psychological Development
207(1)
Development and Conditionality
207(1)
Self-Regard and Relationships
208(1)
The Fully Functioning Person
208(1)
A Person-Centered Theory of Psychotherapy
209(8)
Goals
209(1)
Assessment
209(1)
The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Client Change
210(4)
The Client's Experience in Therapy
214(3)
The Process of Person-Centered Psychotherapy
217(1)
Psychological Disorders
217(5)
Depression
218(1)
Grief and Loss
219(2)
Borderline Disorder
221(1)
Brief Therapy
222(1)
Current Trends
222(2)
Societal Implications
222(1)
Theoretical Purity Versus Eclecticism
223(1)
Constructivist Trends
223(1)
Training Trends
224(1)
Using Person-Centered Therapy with Other Theories
224(1)
Research
225(3)
Research on the Core Conditions
225(2)
The Effectiveness of Person-Centered Therapy
227(1)
Gender Issues
228(1)
Multicultural Issues
229(1)
Group Counseling
229(2)
Summary
231(1)
Suggested Readings
232(1)
References
232(5)
Gestalt Therapy
237(39)
History of Gestalt Therapy
237(4)
Influences on the Development of Gestalt Therapy
239(2)
Gestalt Theory of Personality
241(7)
Gestalt Psychology and Gestalt Therapy
241(2)
Contact
243(1)
Contact Boundaries
244(1)
Contact Boundary Disturbances
245(1)
Awareness
246(1)
The Present
247(1)
Theory of Gestalt Psychotherapy
248(13)
Goals of Therapy
248(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
249(1)
Assessment in Gestalt Psychotherapy
249(2)
Therapeutic Change
251(1)
Enhancing Awareness
251(7)
Integration and Creativity
258(1)
Risks
259(2)
Psychological Disorders
261(3)
Depression
261(1)
Anxiety
262(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
263(1)
Substance Abuse
263(1)
Brief Therapy
264(1)
Current Trends
264(1)
Using Gestalt Psychotherapy with Other Theories
265(1)
Research
266(2)
Gender Issues
268(1)
Multicultural Issues
269(1)
Group Therapy
269(2)
Summary
271(1)
Suggested Readings
272(1)
References
272(4)
Behavior Therapy
276(44)
History of Behavior Therapy
276(4)
Classical Conditioning
277(1)
Operant Conditioning
278(1)
Social Cognitive Theory
279(1)
Current Status of Behavior Therapy
280(1)
Behavior Theory of Personality
280(5)
Positive Reinforcement
281(1)
Extinction
282(1)
Generalization
282(1)
Discrimination
282(1)
Shaping
283(1)
Observational Learning
283(2)
Theories of Behavior Therapy
285(12)
Goals of Behavior Therapy
285(1)
Behavioral Assessment
286(1)
General Treatment Approach
287(1)
Systematic Desensitization
288(3)
Imaginal Flooding Therapies
291(1)
In Vivo Therapies
292(1)
Modeling Techniques
293(2)
Self-Instructional Training: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
295(1)
Stress Inoculation: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
295(2)
Psychological Disorders
297(5)
Depression
297(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
298(2)
General Anxiety Disorder
300(1)
Phobic Disorder
301(1)
Brief Therapy
302(1)
Current Trends
302(4)
Treatment Manuals
303(1)
Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
303(1)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
304(1)
Ethical Issues
305(1)
Using Behavior Therapy with Other Theories
306(1)
Research
307(3)
Review of the Evidence
307(1)
Behavioral Research on Depression
308(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
308(1)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
309(1)
Research on Phobias
310(1)
Gender Issues
310(1)
Multicultural Issues
311(1)
Group Therapy
312(2)
Social-Skills Training
312(1)
Assertiveness Training
313(1)
Summary
314(1)
Suggested Readings
314(1)
References
315(5)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
320(37)
History of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
320(2)
Rational Emotive Behavior Theory of Personality
322(6)
Philosophical Viewpoints
322(2)
Factors Basic to the Rational Emotive Behavior Theory of Personality
324(1)
The Rational Emotive Behavior A-B-C Theory of Personality
325(3)
Rational Emotive Behavior Theory of Psychotherapy
328(11)
Goals of Therapy
328(1)
Assessment
328(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
329(3)
The A-B-C-D-E Therapeutic Approach
332(4)
Other Cognitive Approaches
336(1)
Emotive Techniques
337(1)
Behavioral Methods
338(1)
Insight
339(1)
Psychological Disorders
339(5)
Anxiety Disorder
340(2)
Depression
342(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
343(1)
Alcohol and Substance Abuse
343(1)
Brief Therapy
344(1)
Current Trends
345(1)
Using Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy with Other Theories
346(1)
Research
346(1)
Gender Issues
347(2)
Multicultural Issues
349(1)
Group Therapy
350(1)
Summary
351(1)
Suggested Readings
352(1)
References
352(5)
Cognitive Therapy
357(43)
History of Cognitive Therapy
357(3)
Theoretical Influences
359(1)
Current Influences
360(1)
Cognitive Theory of Personality
360(6)
Causation and Psychological Disorders
361(1)
The Cognitive Model of Development
361(1)
Automatic Thoughts
361(1)
Cognitive Schemas
362(2)
Cognitive Distortions
364(2)
Theory of Cognitive Therapy
366(10)
Goals of Therapy
366(1)
Assessment in Cognitive Therapy
366(5)
The Therapeutic Relationship
371(1)
The Therapeutic Process
371(2)
Therapeutic Techniques
373(3)
Cognitive Treatment of Psychological Disorders
376(9)
Depression
376(3)
General Anxiety Disorder
379(1)
Obsessive Disorder
380(2)
Substance Abuse
382(3)
Brief Cognitive Therapy
385(1)
Current Trends
385(1)
Using Cognitive Therapy with Other Theories
386(1)
Research
387(3)
Research on Depression
387(1)
Research on Generalized Anxiety
388(1)
Research on Obsessional Disorders
389(1)
Gender Issues
390(1)
Multicultural Issues
391(1)
Group Therapy
392(1)
Summary
393(1)
Suggested Readings
394(1)
References
394(6)
Reality Therapy
400(37)
History of Reality Therapy
401(1)
Personality Theory: Choice Theory
402(4)
Pictures of Reality
403(1)
Needs
403(1)
Choice
404(1)
Behavior
404(1)
Choosing Behavior
405(1)
Theory of Reality Therapy
406(12)
Goals of Reality Therapy
406(1)
Assessment
407(1)
The Process of Reality Therapy
408(5)
Therapist Attitudes
413(1)
Reality Therapy Strategies
414(4)
Psychological Disorders
418(9)
Eating Disorders: Choosing to Starve and Purge
418(5)
The Choice to Abuse Drugs
423(1)
The Choice to Depress
424(2)
The Choice to Anxietize
426(1)
Current Trends
427(1)
Using Reality Therapy with Other Theories
427(1)
Research
428(2)
Gender Issues
430(1)
Multicultural Issues
430(1)
Group Counseling
431(1)
Summary
432(1)
Suggested Readings
433(1)
References
433(4)
Feminist Therapy
437(42)
Gender as a Multicultural Issue
438(1)
History of Feminist Therapy
438(3)
Feminist Theories of Personality
441(8)
Gender Differences and Similarities Across the Life Span
441(3)
Gender Schema Theory
444(1)
Gilligan's Ethic of Care
445(2)
The Relational Model
447(2)
Theories of Feminist Therapy
449(7)
Goals of Feminist Therapy
449(1)
Assessment Issues in Feminist Therapy
450(1)
Techniques of Feminist Therapy
451(5)
Using Feminist Therapy with Other Theories
456(3)
Feminist Psychoanalytic Theory
457(1)
Feminist Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy
457(1)
Feminist Gestalt Therapy
458(1)
Feminist Therapy and Counseling
459(1)
Brief Therapy
459(1)
Psychological Disorders
459(5)
Depression
459(2)
Borderline Personality Disorder
461(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
462(2)
Eating Disorders
464(1)
Current Trends and Issues
464(2)
Research
466(1)
Gender Issues
467(3)
Feminist Therapy with Men
468(1)
Feminist Therapy with Gay and Lesbian Clients
469(1)
Multicultural Issues
470(1)
Group Counseling
471(2)
Summary
473(1)
Suggested Readings
473(1)
References
474(5)
Family Therapy
479(47)
Historical Background
480(5)
Early Approaches to Family Counseling
480(1)
Psychoanalytic and Related Influences on Family Therapy
481(1)
The Study of Communication Patterns in Families with Members Having Symptoms of Schizophrenia
481(2)
General Systems Theory
483(2)
Bowen's Intergenerational Approach
485(7)
Theory of Family Systems
485(3)
Therapy Goals
488(1)
Techniques of Bowen's Family Therapy
488(2)
An Example of Intergenerational Family Systems Therapy
490(2)
Structural Family Therapy
492(5)
Concepts of Structural Family Therapy
492(2)
Goals of Structural Family Therapy
494(1)
Techniques of Structural Family Therapy
494(2)
Example of Structural Family Therapy
496(1)
Strategic Therapy
497(5)
Concepts of Strategic Therapy
497(1)
Goals
498(1)
Techniques of Strategic Family Therapy
498(3)
An Example of Strategic Therapy
501(1)
Experiential and Humanistic Family Therapies
502(3)
The Experiential Therapy of Carl Whitaker
502(1)
The Humanistic Approach of Virginia Satir
503(2)
Integrative Approaches to Family Systems Therapy
505(1)
Theories of Individual Therapy as Applied to Family Therapy
506(3)
Psychoanalysis
506(1)
Adlerian Therapy
506(1)
Existential Therapy
506(1)
Person-Centered Therapy
507(1)
Gestalt Therapy
507(1)
Behavior Therapy
507(1)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
507(1)
Cognitive Therapy
508(1)
Reality Therapy
508(1)
Feminist Therapy
508(1)
Brief Family Systems Therapy
509(3)
The Mental Research Institute Brief Family Therapy Model
509(1)
Long Brief Therapy of the Milan Associates
510(2)
Current Trends in Family Systems Therapy
512(1)
Psychoeducational Approaches
512(1)
Professional Training and Organizations
512(1)
Family Law
513(1)
Medicine
513(1)
Research
513(3)
Evaluation of Family Therapies
514(1)
Family Therapy Applied to a Variety of Problems
515(1)
Gender Issues
516(1)
Multicultural Issues
517(2)
Family Systems Therapy Applied to the Individual
519(1)
Couples Counseling
519(1)
Summary
520(1)
Suggested Readings
520(1)
References
521(5)
Other Psychotherapies
526(44)
Asian Psychotherapies
527(7)
Background
527(1)
Asian Theories of Personality
528(1)
Asian Theories of Psychotherapy
529(4)
Summary
533(1)
References
534(1)
Body Psychotherapies
534(8)
Background
535(1)
Personality Theory and the Body
536(2)
Psychotherapeutic Approaches
538(4)
Summary
542(1)
References
542(1)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy
542(12)
Background
543(1)
Personality Theory
544(1)
Goals
545(3)
Techniques of Interpersonal Therapy
548(2)
An Example of Interpersonal Therapy
550(2)
Other Applications of Interpersonal Therapy
552(1)
Summary
553(1)
References
553(1)
Psychodrama
554(7)
Background
554(1)
Theory of Personality
555(1)
Theory of Psychotherapy
556(4)
Summary
560(1)
References
561(1)
Creative Arts Therapies
561(8)
Art Therapy
562(1)
Dance Movement Therapy
563(2)
Dramatherapy
565(2)
Music Therapy
567(1)
Summary
568(1)
References
568(1)
Summary
569(1)
Constructivist and Integrative Approaches
570(33)
History of Constructivist and Integrative Approaches
571(2)
George Kelly
572(1)
Milton Erickson
572(1)
Solution-Focused Therapy
573(4)
Goals
574(1)
Techniques of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
574(3)
Narrative Therapy
577(6)
Epston and White's Narrative Therapy
579(1)
Concepts of Epston and White's Narrative Therapy
579(1)
Goals
579(1)
Techniques of Narrative Therapy
580(1)
An Example of Narrative Therapy
581(2)
Integration: A Transtheoretical Approach
583(2)
Integration: A Theoretical Integration Model
585(2)
Integration: Technical Eclecticism Approach
587(7)
Multimodal Theory of Personality
588(1)
Goals of Therapy
589(2)
Treatment Approach
591(3)
Current Trends
594(1)
Research
595(1)
Gender Issues
596(1)
Multicultural Issues
597(1)
Summary
598(1)
Suggested Readings
599(1)
References
599(4)
Comparison and Critique
603(32)
Basic Concepts of Personality
603(4)
Goals of Therapy
607(1)
Assessment in Therapy
608(1)
Therapeutic Techniques
608(4)
Differential Treatment
612(1)
Brief Psychotherapy
613(2)
Current Trends
615(1)
Using The Theory with Other Theories
616(1)
Research
616(1)
Outcome Research
616(1)
Future Directions
617(1)
Gender Issues
617(3)
Multicultural Issues
620(1)
Couples and Family Therapy
621(1)
Group Therapy
621(3)
Critique
624(7)
Psychoanalysis
624(1)
Jungian Analysis
625(1)
Adlerian Therapy
626(1)
Existential Therapy
626(1)
Person-Centered Therapy
626(1)
Gestalt Therapy
627(1)
Behavior Therapy
627(1)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
628(1)
Cognitive Therapy
628(1)
Reality Therapy
629(1)
Feminist Therapy
629(1)
Family Systems Therapy
630(1)
Constructivist Theories
630(1)
Integrative Therapies
631(1)
Conclusion
631(2)
References
633(2)
Glossary 635(26)
Appendix: InfoTrac® College Edition Key Terms 661(6)
Notes 667(16)
Name Index 683(14)
Subject Index 697


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