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100 1  Smith, Jeffery 
245 10 Psychotherapy|h[electronic resource] :|ba practical guide 
       /|cby Jeffery Smith 
260    Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
300    xvii, 272 p. :|bill., digital ;|c24 cm 
505 0  Avoidance of affect, a basic human instinct operating 
       throughout development -- How painful affects are 
       detoxified in psychotherapy and in life -- Creating a safe
       and attuned context -- Bringing dreaded feelings into 
       consciousness -- Challenging and inviting change of 
       dysfunctional patterns of though, values and behavior -- 
       Building a narrative framework to support change -- 
       Seeking to understand what is observed -- Introduction: 
       Critical periods in development and the problems they pose
       -- Group One: Schemas, nonverbal learned behavior patterns
       that increase pleasure and avoid pain -- Group Two: 
       Dissociative patterns -- Group Three: Inborn avoidance 
       mechanisms: Anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive 
520    This title combines the many schools of thought on 
       psychotherapy into one reader-friendly guide that coaches 
       psychotherapists through the various techniques needed as 
       the field expands. Unlike any other book on the market, 
       this text considers all of the simultaneous advances in 
       the field, including the neurobiology of emotions, the 
       importance of the therapeutic relationship, mindfulness 
       meditation, and the role of the body in healing. Written 
       with genuine respect for all traditions from CBT to 
       psychodynamics, the book unifies views of psychopathology 
       and cure based on the notion of the mind-brain as an organ
       of affect regulation. The book accounts for the tasks that
       characterize psychotherapist activity in all therapies, 
       how they are performed, and how they result in therapeutic
       change. The book also reviews the various pathologies seen
       in general practice and guides the reader to the specific 
       therapist-patient interactions needed for their 
       resolution. With its big-picture focus on clinical 
       practice, Psychotherapy: A Practical Guide is a concise 
       resource for students, psychotherapists, psychologists, 
       residents, and all who seek to integrate what is new in 
650  0 Psychotherapy 
650 14 Medicine & Public Health 
650 24 Psychiatry 
650 24 Psychotherapy 
650 24 General Practice / Family Medicine 
650 24 Primary Care Medicine 
650 24 Pharmacotherapy 
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