qThis superb book should be an essential part of any graduate training program in clinical psychology. It describes the use of an empirically supported method for improving therapy practice that does not depend on theoretical point of view. Duncan shows how gathering feedback session-by-session helps therapists quickly get to the key issues, evaluate when things are not going well, and make changes to improve service. This is all complemented by Duncan's incredible capacity to demonstrate how to enlist clients and their resources in their own self-growth; Art C. Bohartq -- BOOK JACKETEmr.This is all complemented by Duncana#39;s incredible capacity to demonstrate how to enlist clients and their resources in their own self-growth; Art C. Bohartaquot; -- BOOK JACKETEmr.
|Title||:||On Becoming a Better Therapist|
|Author||:||Barry L. Duncan|
|Publisher||:||Amer Psychological Assn - 2010|