Casebook of Eclectic Psychotherapy


Publisher: Brunner/Mazel

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    Eclecticism is the practice of selecting what seems best from various systems. The intent of these cases is to take the reader into the therapy session – to show what actually transpires, what the therapist is thinking, and how the patient is responding. The goal is to learn how interventions are matched to patients and problems, to relate process to outcome, and to discover the breadth of treatment procedures. (1004 pp.)

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