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What Therapists Say and Why They Say It : Effective Therapeutic Responses and Techniques

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780205484775

ISBN10:
0205484778
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/14/2006
Publisher(s):
Pearson
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Summary

This eminently practical resource presents the pre-service and practicing therapist with information regarding 112 skills/techniques as well as 1,424 examples of therapeutic responses that can help them utilize those techniques. Students learn directly from the techniques, descriptions and examples. Practice exercises provide opportunities for both student and instructor to discuss choice, purpose, and implementation of techniques. Instructors will find the comprehensive coverage a definite aid in their efforts in pre-practicum, practicum, field and theories. Practitioners will find the list of examples for each technique useful in integrating new skills into their practices.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Welcome
1(12)
Purpose of the Book
3(1)
What Is Not Here
3(2)
What Is Here
5(1)
Layout of the Book
5(3)
Enhancing Skill Development---Theory into Practice
8(5)
Pragmatic Therapy
13(6)
Organization of the Chapters and Skills
13(2)
Story of Pat
15(4)
The Reflecting Pool
19(18)
Minimal Encourager
20(1)
Paraphrase
21(1)
Reflection of Feeling
22(1)
Reflection of Meaning
23(1)
Downward Arrow
24(2)
Summary
26(1)
Child's Content of Play
27(1)
Child's Feelings
28(2)
Accent
30(1)
Empathy
31(1)
Prompts
32(1)
Partial Transcript of Reflecting Pool Skills
33(2)
Practice Exercises
35(2)
The Questioning Tree
37(22)
Closed Question
38(2)
Open Question
40(2)
Checkout
42(1)
Asking the Question
43(1)
Cognitive Disputation
44(1)
Circular Questioning
45(1)
Externalizing the Problem
46(1)
Miracle Question
47(1)
Probe
48(1)
Forced Choice Question
49(1)
The Terrible Question
50(1)
Triadic Questioning
51(1)
Scaling Question
52(1)
Collaborative Empiricism
53(1)
Communication Clarification
54(1)
Partial Transcript of Questioning Tree Skills and Techniques
55(3)
Practice Exercises
58(1)
The Framework
59(14)
Structuring
60(1)
Here and Now
61(1)
Process Illumination
62(1)
Technical Expert
63(1)
Model-Setting Participant
64(1)
Blocking
65(1)
Changing Questions to Statements
66(1)
Capping
67(1)
Clarifying the Purpose
68(1)
Defining the Problem/Issue
69(1)
Defining Goals/Objectives/Outcomes
70(1)
Practice Exercises
71(2)
Looking for Clear Skies
73(12)
Reframe
74(1)
Exploring Alternatives
75(1)
Identifying/Building Strengths
76(1)
Linking
77(1)
Compliment
78(1)
Exploration
79(1)
Focus on Exceptions
80(1)
Interpretation
81(1)
Metaphor
82(1)
Redefining
83(1)
Practice Exercises
84(1)
Chasing Down Mirages
85(8)
Confrontation
86(1)
Observation
87(1)
Confirmation
88(1)
Cutting Off
89(1)
Spitting in the Client's Soup
90(1)
Practice Exercises
91(2)
The Supply Line
93(10)
Affirmation
94(1)
Providing Feedback
95(1)
Immediacy
96(1)
Providing Information
97(1)
Self-disclosure
98(1)
Therapist's Feelings
99(1)
Therapist's Content of Play
100(1)
Practice Exercises
101(2)
Therapist's Actions
103(8)
Holding the Focus
104(1)
Drawing Out
105(1)
Joining
106(1)
Protection
107(1)
Unbalancing
108(1)
Shifting the Focus
109(1)
Practice Exercises
110(1)
Pure Imagination
111(10)
Camera Check
112(1)
Creative Imagery
113(1)
Early Recollections
114(1)
Focused Imagery
115(1)
Logical Consequences
116(1)
Progressive Relaxation
117(2)
Imaginal Treatment
119(1)
Practice Exercises
120(1)
Waves in Motion
121(28)
In the Session
Challenges
122(1)
Conjoint Family Drawing
123(1)
Empty Chair Technique
124(1)
Icebreaker
125(1)
Group Observing Group (Fishbowl Procedure)
126(1)
Pat on the Back
127(1)
Pretend Technique
128(1)
Role Playing
129(1)
Role Reversal
130(1)
Sculpting
131(1)
Serial Art Therapy
132(1)
Wheel of Influence
133(1)
Experimentation
134(1)
Psychodrama
135(1)
At Home
Acting ``As If''
136(1)
Directive
137(1)
Door-in-the-Face Technique
138(1)
Foot-in-the-Door Technique
139(1)
Paradox
140(1)
Self-monitoring
141(1)
Shame Attack
142(1)
Stop and Monitor
143(1)
Ordeals
144(1)
Bibliotherapy
145(1)
Sociogram
146(1)
Homework
147(2)
Abandoned Mine Shaft
149(10)
Social Greeting
151(1)
Advice Giving
152(1)
Band-Aiding
153(1)
Condemning Questions
154(1)
Dis-identification
155(1)
Minimization
156(1)
Over-identification
157(1)
Double Questions
158(1)
Comprehensive Transcript
159(18)
Intertwined Interventions
177(4)
Paraphrase and Closed Question
178(1)
Paraphrase, Reflection of Feeling, and Reflection of Meaning
178(1)
Providing Feedback and Paraphrase
178(1)
Reframe and Logical Consequences
179(1)
Reflection of Feeling and Reframe
179(1)
Reflection of Meaning and Focus on Exceptions
179(1)
Process Illumination and Forced Choice Question
179(1)
Closed Question and Paraphrase
180(1)
Self-disclosure, Structuring, and Prompt
180(1)
Reflection of Feeling, Reflection of Meaning, Reframe, and Metaphor
180(1)
Practice Exercises
181(14)
Annotated References
195(6)
Index 201


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