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Changing Emotion With Emotion

A Practitioner's Guide
  • ISBN-13: 9781433834691
  • Publisher: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
    Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
  • Author: Leslie S. Greenberg
  • Price: AUD $106.00
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  • Availability: This book is temporarily out of stock, order will be despatched as soon as fresh stock is received.
  • Local release date: 20/09/2021
  • Format: Paperback (229.00mm X 152.00mm) 314 pages Weight: 520g
  • Categories: Psychology: emotions [JMQ]Psychiatry [MMH]Clinical psychology [MMJ]
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This book presents principles and methods for working with emotion in psychotherapy to address the core maladaptive processes that cause anxiety, depression, and other common mental health disorders. Mental health providers confront emotional suffering every day, yet working with emotion is rarely explicitly taught in most clinical graduate programs. There is evidence that emotional experience in therapy relates to therapy outcome, across multiple diagnoses. This research has given rise to strategies that address the core maladaptive processes that cause distress and dysfunction, rather than specific diagnoses. Methods described in this book can help clients with all types of disorders to 'arrive at,' or fully experience, their painful maladaptive emotions, and then 'leave' these emotions by accessing new, adaptive emotions. These methods include helping clients sit with painful feelings, access bodily felt experience, identify unmet needs, and articulate the meaning of an emotion. Excerpts from moment-to-moment clinical dialogues help demonstrate techniques such as memory reconsolidation, providing corrective emotional experiences, chair work, and imaginal re-entry to past situations.
Leslie S. Greenberg, PhD, is Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Psychology at York University in Toronto.He has authored key texts on emotion-focused psychotherapy, from its inception in the 1980s through today. He has received the Distinguished Research Career award of the International Society for Psychotherapy Research as well as the Carl Rogers and the Distinguished Professional Contribution to Applied Research of the APA. He conducts a private practice for individuals and couples and trains people in emotion-focused approaches.
Introduction: Working with Emotion in Psychotherapy Part I: Fundamentals Chapter 1. Emotion Theory Chapter 2. Research on Emotional Change Chapter 3. Changing Emotion with Emotion Chapter 4. Essential Therapist Skills for Practicing Emotion-Based Approaches Part II: Arriving at Emotion Chapter 5. Empathic Attunement to Affect Chapter 6. Focusing on Bodily Feelings: When Words Are Not Enough Chapter 7. Blocks to Emotion Chapter 8. Unblocking Emotion Part III: Leaving Emotion Chapter 9. Working with Needs Chapter 10. Re-experiencing the Past in the Present Chapter 11. Emotion Regulation Chapter 12. Narrative and Emotion Looking Ahead: A Unified Approach to Psychotherapy References About the Author
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