Psychological Evaluation in Psychotherapy: Ten Case Histories

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2009-09-15
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Written by a scholar who is a therapist and a psychodiagnostician,this book documents the direct relationshipbetween patient response patterns to a battery of psychologicaltests, and their subsequent behavior in psychotherapy.Unlike other books in the field, which concentrateon psychodiagnostics or psychological report writing,Blank takes the reader, session-by-session, through thetherapeutic notes of ten patients who were in therapy. Ateach step of the way, patient behavior in therapy is shownalongside test response patterns.This book, first published in 1965, continues to providea major contribution, both as a practical manual and asa reference book for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists,social workers, trainees and students. Anyone who isinterested in using psychological evaluations to betterunderstand the intricacies of the therapeutic process willfi nd the book an invaluable aid. So also will those whowant to sharpen their diagnostic skills as part of theoryconstruction.The author also provides a description and rationaleof commonly employed psycho-diagnostic techniques,diagnostic overviews for each of the ten patients emphasizingthe dynamics of differing diagnostic patternsand their prognostic implications, complete test dataand process therapy notes for each of the ten patients,and an analysis of the complex interplay of personalityresources of the patient, the personality of the therapistand the fortuitous circumstances that enter into everytherapeutic situation.

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