Theories of counseling and psychotherapy : systems, strategies, and skills / Linda Seligman.
- 2nd ed.
- Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2006.
xxxi, 536 p. ; 25 cm.
- Counseling -- Textbooks.
Psychotherapy -- Textbooks.
- PART ONE: PROVIDNG EFFECTIVE COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: Overview of the book
Contexts of effective treatment
PART TWO: TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT: Overview of background-focused treatment systems
Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis
Alfred Adler and individual psychology
Carl Jung and Jungian analytical psychology
Freudian revisionists: Ego psychologists, object relations theorists, self psychologists, and others
Brief psychodynamic therapy
PART THREE: TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING EMOTIONS AND SENSATIONS: Overview of emotion-focused treatment systems
Carl Rogers and person-centered counseling
Emerging approaches emphasizing emotions and sensations
PART FOUR: TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING THOUGHTS: Overview of thought-focused treatment systems
Aaron Beck and cognitive therapy
Albert Ellis and rational emotive behavior therapy
Emerging approaches emphasing thoughts
PART FIVE: TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING ACTIONS: Overview of action-focused treatment systems
Behavior therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy
Solution-focused brief therapy
PART SIX: INTEGRATED AND ECLECTIC TREATMENT SYSTEMS: Overview of integrated and eclectic treatment systems
Theories of integrated and eclectic treatment
PART SEVEN: UNDERSTANDING TREATMENT SYSTEMS: Solidifying understanding of treatment systems.
- Rev. ed. of: Systems, strategies, and skills of counseling and psychotherapy.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Hazel M. Hussong Fund.
- Seligman, Linda.
Hazel M. Hussong Fund.
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