Counseling Techniques: Improving Relationships with Others, by Rosemary A. Thompson

By Rosemary A. Thompson

This publication describes counseling thoughts from a huge spectrum of theoretical methods, and offers psychological wellbeing and fitness practitioners a number of remedy techniques for operating with consumers. It emphasizes supporting consumers enhance relationships - with others, themselves, their households, and their setting. ideas are prepared in line with consumer matters, each one supplying a step by step advisor to techniques and assessment equipment. eventually, the ebook acknowledges the significance of consumers taking up elevated accountability for themselves, and assists them in doing so via homework assignments and therapy making plans - reflecting possible choices and mixing tools in a logical and systematic option to maximize a favorable healing influence.

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The selection of the treatment outcome objectives and the within-session work is guided by the chronicity and generality of the patient's problem (a dimension we have called 'complexity'), the patient's coping style and the individual's anticipated level of interpersonal resistance. , 1 99 1) indicates that patients who favor internalizing coping strategies will achieve the greatest benefit from treatment techniques that foster the experience and expression of emotion and personal insight. Those who favor externalizing coping strategies, in contrast, tend to do better with task-oriented, symptom-focused techniques that foster personal responsibility, teach self-management and encourage the containment of highly charged affect.

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