Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy (Practicing Professional)De (autor) Eugene T. Gendlin
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Introduction. Focusing and Listening. Dead Ends. Eight Characteristics of and Experiential Process Step. What the Individual Does to Enable an Experiential Step to Come. What a Therapist Can Do to Engender an Experiential Step. The Crucial Bodily Attention. Focusing. Excerpts from Teaching Focusing. Problems of Teaching Focusing During Therapy. Excerpts from One Client's Psychotherapy. Integrating Other Therapeutic Methods. A Unified View of the Field Through Focusing and the Experiential Method. Working with the Body: A New and Freeing Energy. Role Play. Experiential Dream Interpretation. Imagery. Emotional Catharsis, Reliving. Action Steps. Cognitive Therapy. A Process of the Superego. The Life-Forward Direction. Values 22. It Fills Itself In. The Client-Therapist Relationship.
'Gendlin offers a convincing argument and demonstration that it is attention to the experimental manner rather than the content that provides entry into the 'border zone' between the client's conscious and unconscious processing. This is a rich and clinically helpful book on a process oriented approach to deepening client's experience. It will be of great use to clinicians of all orientations in providing detailed accounts of how to deepen and enliven a client's bodily-felt experience in order to facilitate the construction of new meaning. This book represents a major contribution to the effort to understand the process of change in psychotherapy.' - Leslie S. Greenberg, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, York University, Toronto, Canada
Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago. He is the founder and was, for many years, the editor of "Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice." For his development of experiential psychology, he was chosen by the Psychotherapy Division of the American Psychological Association for their first "Distinguished Professional Psychologist" award. He is the author of many books and articles. The Focusing Institutes in Chicago, Illinois, and Spring Valley, New York, offer training in focusing and focusing-oriented psychotherapy.