Ending Therapy: The Meaning of Termination


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Recent articles in the popular press reveal a disturbing picture of psychotherapy: greedy, unethical, or perhaps simply ignorant therapists fostering dangerously dependent, financially draining, needlessly lengthy relationships with their patients. An integral part of the therapeutic process, termination has rarely been the focus of clinical discussion. Does therapy go on too long? How can its success be judged? What do therapists say about ending therapy? In this important volume, psychiatrist Terry Kupers confronts these questions, exploring when, how, and why therapy ends. (222 pp.)

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