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100 1  Skovholt, Thomas M 
245 10 Becoming a Therapist :|bOn the Path to Mastery 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Somerset :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (322 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Becoming a Therapist -- Contents -- Preface -- 
       Acknowledgments -- 1 Opening Up Your Life to the 
       Excitement of the Therapy and Counseling Professions -- 
       Qualities for the Therapist/Counselor -- Key Quality 1: 
       Enthusiasm Within Insecurity -- Key Quality 2: Courage -- 
       Key Quality 3: Profound Empathy and Cultural Competence --
       Key Quality 4: One-Way Helping Relationship Embedded in 
       the Cycle of Caring -- Key Quality 5: Intensive Listening 
       -- Key Quality 6: Embracing the Unknown, the Murky,and the
       Paradoxical as the Concrete -- Key Quality 7: Accepting 
       and Managing the Public's Uncertainty about Us -- Key 
       Quality 8: Energized by Asking Questions and Searching for
       the Truth -- Key Quality 9: Knowing Suffering and Going 
       Beyond It -- Key Quality 10: Exciting to Be in the Novel 
       Rather than Read It -- Key Quality 11: Signing Up for the 
       Intense Will to Grow -- Key Quality 12: Addressing 
       Personal Motives for the Work -- Key Quality 13: Wanting 
       Meaning More than Money -- Key Quality 14: Energized by 
       Integrity -- Key Quality 15: Learning to Be Very Patient -
       - Central Excitement of the Work -- To the Novice 
       Practitioner-Welcome! -- Summary -- References -- 2 Novice
       Advantages -- Novice Advantage 1: Intensity and Enthusiasm
       -- How Important Is Therapist/Counselor Experience in 
       Delivering Positive Client Outcome? -- Novice Advantage 2:
       Demographic Edge -- Novice Advantage 3: Newer Knowledge --
       Novice Advantage 4: Closeness to One's Own Personal 
       Suffering -- Summary -- References -- 3 The Curse of 
       Ambiguity and Other Ills and What to Do About Them -- The 
       Curse of Ambiguity -- About Mystery -- Example 1 -- 
       Example 2 -- Example 3 -- Antidotes for the Curse of 
       Ambiguity -- Emotional Roller Coaster -- One Session -- 
       One Month of Practicum -- Antidotes for the Emotional 
       Roller Coaster -- Trekking with a Defective Map 
505 8  Erosion of the Autopilot in Counseling and Therap y -- The
       Novice's Defective Map when Interacting with Clients: No 
       Macro Theory Gives Micro Instructions -- Antidotes for 
       Trekking with a Crude Map -- Where Is the Fault? -- 
       Reflective Experience Is the Long-Term Answer -- Until 
       Then, Reduce the Task -- Other F-Stop Solutions -- 
       Glamorized Expectation -- What Is Idealistic? What Is 
       Realistic? -- Antidotes to Glamorized Expectations -- 
       Boundaried Generosity -- Too Little or Too Much Empathy? -
       - Antidotes to Insufficient Boundaried Generosity -- 
       Importance of Colleagues -- Acute Need for Positive 
       Mentoring and Supervision -- Impact of Negative Mentor and
       Supervisor Experiences -- Antidotes for the Novice Mentor 
       Search -- Mature Adult as Novice -- Antidotes for the Ills
       of the Mature Adult as Student -- Summary -- References --
       4 Who Am I Becoming? : The Unfolding Practitioner Self -- 
       Identity Development: What Does It Mean? -- Complications 
       and Richness of Bicultural Identity Development -- Teacher
       Identity Development as a Parallel Process to Therapist/
       Counselor Identity Development -- Process of Internal 
       Sculpturing -- Personal Identity as a Foundation for 
       Professional Identity -- Overlap Between Personal Identity
       and Professional Identity in Therapy and Counseling 
       Careers -- Try-Out Experiences Help Develop Practitioner 
       Identity -- Talking It Out Helps Develop Our Practitioner 
       Identity -- Summary -- References -- 5 Developing Habits 
       of Culturally Competent Practice -- Importance of 
       Culturally Competent Practice -- Three Studies -- Study 1:
       Lessons from Multicultural Master Therapists -- Study 2: 
       Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity and Some 
       Exemplars -- Study 3: Experts in Appreciating Cultural 
       Diversity -- Recommendations for Training Programs -- 
       Recommendations for Novice Practitioners -- Suggested 
       Readings -- References 
505 8  6 Issues, Concerns, and Tips as Antidotes to Novice Stress
       -- When the Client Does Not Come Back -- All This 
       Introspection Is Stirring Up My Inner World -- Feeling 
       Incompetent -- Optimal Support-Challenge Balance Propels 
       Positive Change -- Defining Success in Therapy and 
       Counseling Seems Like Chasing a Mirage -- Experiencing the
       Client's Pain and Suffering -- High-Speed Movie -- This Is
       Not a Role-Play-This Is Real! This Is Exciting! This Is a 
       Session! -- Not Getting Help -- Summary -- References -- 7
       Becoming a Resilient Practitioner -- Introduction -- 
       Caring for OurSelves -- Essential Resilient Practitioner 
       Tasks -- Task 1: Lose One's Innocence About the Need to 
       Assertively Develop Resiliency and Self-Care Skills -- 
       Task 2: Develop Abundant Sources of Positive Energy -- 
       Task 3: Relish the Joy and Meaning of the Work as a 
       Positive Energy Source -- Task 4: Search for Empathy 
       Balance -- Task 5: Develop Sustaining Measures of Success 
       and Satisfaction -- Task 6: Create a Greenhouse at Work --
       Task 7: Connect with Your Own Spirituality -- Task 8: 
       Finding Balance to the Imbalance of Too Many One-Way 
       Caring Relationships in One's Personal Life -- Task 9: Max
       Out the Body as a Source for Positive Energy -- Task 10: 
       Long-Term Continual Focus on the Development of the Self -
       - Task 11: Have Fun and Be Playful -- Summary -- Skovholt 
       Practitioner Professional Resiliency and Self-Care 
       Inventory -- References -- 8 The Cycle of Caring -- Caring
       as Central in Therapy and Counseling Careers -- Empathetic
       Attachment Phase -- Attaching With Our "Underside of the 
       Turtle" Side -- Optimal Attachment -- Difficulty in 
       Attaching -- Active Involvement Phase -- Separating Well 
       Phase -- Re-creation Phase -- Summary -- References -- 9 
       The Practitioner's Learning Triangle : Practice, Research/
       Theory, and Personal Life -- Purpose of This Chapter -- 
       Intense Search for Answers 
505 8  Development of Personal Wisdom -- Learning Triangle as 
       Epistemology -- Professional Practice as One Side of the 
       Learning Triangle -- Academic Research as One Side of the 
       Learning Triangle -- Personal Life as One Side of the 
       Learning Triangle -- Three Sides of the Triangle Make a 
       Whole -- Summary -- References -- 10 Path Toward Mastery :
       Phases and Themes of Development -- Introduction to the 
       Practitioner's Path -- Phases of Therapist/Counselor 
       Development -- Phase 1: Pretraining Phase -- Phase 2: 
       Beginning Student Phase -- Phase 3: Advanced Student Phase
       -- Phase 4: Novice Professional Phase -- Phase 5: 
       Experienced Professional Phase -- Phase 6: Senior 
       Professional Phase -- Themes in Professional Development -
       - Summary -- References -- 11 Practitioner Mastery and 
       Expertise -- Purpose of This Chapter -- General 
       Characteristics of Experts -- 1. Experts Tend to Excel 
       Mainly in Their Own Domain -- 2. Experts Perceive Larger, 
       More Meaningful Patterns in Their Chosen Domain -- 3. 
       Experts Are Faster Than Novices in Performing Domain 
       Skills -- The Wish for an Expertise Injection -- 4. 
       Experts Have Superior Memory -- 5. Experts See and 
       Represent a Problem in Their Domain at a Deeper (More 
       Principled) Level -- 6. Experts Spend a Great Deal of Time
       Analyzing a Problem Qualitatively -- 7. Experts Have 
       Strong Self-Monitoring Skills -- Summary of the Seven 
       Characteristics -- Stages of Expertise -- Novice Versus 
       Expert Differences -- Carl Sagan as Example of an Expert -
       - Master Therapist Studies -- Defining the Master 
       Therapist -- Portrait of the Master Therapist -- Some 
       Important Central Characteristics -- Cognitive Central 
       Characteristics -- Emotional Central Characteristics -- 
       Relationship Central Characteristics -- Implications of 
       The Master Therapist Portrait -- Other Studies of Master 
       Therapists -- Passionately Committed Therapists 
505 8  Singapore Master Therapist Study -- Comparison Between the
       Minnesota and Singapore Master Therapists -- Ingredients 
       for Mastery in Counseling and Therapy -- Relationship 
       Oriented -- Drawn to Uncertainty -- Affectively Attuned to
       Others -- The Study of Mastery and Expertise Is 
       Complicated -- Summary -- References -- 12 Vertical and 
       Horizontal Nurturance for the Novice : Clinical 
       Supervisors, and Many Other Peers -- Value of Vertical 
       Relationships with Clinical Supervisors -- Catch-22 
       Dilemma for Novices as Supervisees -- Integrated 
       Developmental Model -- Cultural Considerations and 
       Clinical Supervision -- Summary of This Section -- Value 
       of Horizontal Relationships: Peers, Classmates, Colleagues,
       and Friends -- Three Benefits of Horizontal Relationships 
       -- Problems in Horizontal Relationships -- Upward 
       Comparison -- Interpersonal Competition -- Limited 
       Resources and Competition -- A Last Comment -- References 
       -- 13 Worlds Apart : The Academic Research Culture and the
       Therapy Practice Culture and the Search for Common Space -
       - Purpose of This Chapter -- More on the Cultural Divide -
       - My Own Bicultural Professional Life -- Academic Research
       World as the First Culture for the New Therapy or 
       Counseling Student -- Understanding Culture Differences 
       Using Holland's Vocational Typology -- Contributions, 
       Epistemology, and Reward Structure of the Research Culture
       -- Limitations of the Research Culture for Practice 
       Knowledge -- Objectivism -- Materialism -- Universalism --
       Contributions, Epistemology, and Reward Structure of the 
       Practice Culture -- A Big Issue: Do Practitioners Learn 
       and Become More Skilled Through Practice? -- Limitations 
       of the Practice Culture for Practice Knowledge -- 
       Convergence Between the Cultures of Science and Practice -
       - Summary -- References -- 14 Epilogue : Promise and 
       Meaning of the Work -- Novice Challenges and Solutions 
505 8  Bigger Picture of Hope, Meaning, and Excitement 
520    Praise for Becoming a Therapist   "Becoming a Therapist is
       the perfect book to begin the journey toward becoming an 
       effective therapist. Dr. Thomas Skovholt has created a 
       book that is easy to read BUT very hard to put down. The 
       perfect book for the beginning counseling student." -Jon 
       Carlson, PsyD, EdD Distinguished Professor Governors State
       University   "This resource is filled with practical and 
       personal advice, relevant stories and examples, and reads 
       more like help from a friend than a typical textbook." -
       Roberta L. Nutt, PhD, ABPP Visiting Professor & Training 
       Director Counseling Psychology Program University of 
       Houston   "Ah, now this is the book I wish had been 
       available when I entered the field. Tom Skovholt has 
       defined the initial experiences and followed the process 
       through to the culmination of the therapeutic experience 
       in a truly great book; Becoming a Therapist is a major 
       contribution to our field." -Arthur (Andy) M. Horne Dean 
       and Distinguished Research Professor President-Elect, 
       Society of Counseling Psychology College of Education The 
       University of Georgia   "Becoming a Therapist's informal 
       style is accessible and engaging and yet soundly grounded 
       in evidence and in the wisdom Skovholt has developed 
       through his career-long research on psychotherapists and 
       their development." -Rodney K. Goodyear, PhD Professor, 
       School of Education, University of Redlands Emeritus 
       Professor of Education (Counseling Psychology), University
       of Southern California 
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