This is comprehensive guide to the specific modality of supportive psychotherapy by three experienced clinicians. It documents the wide applicability of supportive psychotherapy, beyond its usual confines of patients in crisis or with chronic mental or physical illness. It presents in a clear and concise fashion the background and techniques of supportive psychotherapy, and illustrates this information with useful case examples. The authors also present the various modifications that must be made to meet individual needs.DONa#39;T take on the job of limit setting when it belongs to someone else. This situation frequently arises when ... Indeed, early treatment is a time of mutual exploration of the therapist by the patient and vice versa. But limits can be reassuring asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Manual of Supportive Psychotherapy|
|Author||:||Peter N. Novalis, Stephen J. Rojcewicz, Roger Peele|
|Publisher||:||American Psychiatric Pub - 1993|