6 edition of Brief therapy with intimidating cases found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-154) and index.
|Statement||Richard Fisch, Karin Schlanger.|
|LC Classifications||RC480.55 .F567 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||98036779|
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A Proven Technique Applying Brief Therapy to Difficult and Challenging Disorders. Changing the Unchangeable is a myth shattering book that reveals how short-term therapy can be used as a powerful tool for treating clients who present a range of complex psychological disorders including severe depression, delusions and paranoia, anorexia, alcoholism, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and Book Edition: Brief Therapy withIntimidating Cases shows how to succeed with the tough cases eventhe best therapists usually give up on." --Lucy Gill, Bramson-GillAssociates Bloggat om Brief Therapy with Intimidating Cases.
"No other book gives such detailed information for helping people who are caught in hopeless situations. Brief Therapy with Intimidating Cases shows how to succeed with the tough cases even the best therapists usually give up on." --Lucy Gill, Bramson-Gill Associates. A Proven Technique Applying Brief Therapy to Difficult andChallenging Disorders.
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Representative of this genre is Fisch and Schlanger’s recent book, Brief Therapy With Intimidating Cases: Changing the Unchangeable. Here the authors exemplify how the Palo Alto principles of brief therapy have been successfully applied to problems such as severe depression, assault, self-mutilation, and starvation, as well as cases that present multiple problems or general by: Brief Therapy with Intimidating Cases: Changing the Unchangeable Hardcover – 30 Dec.
by Richard Fisch (Author)/5(2). This book condenses 70 years of developments in brief therapy and brings them into focus for the current practitioner. With a range of case study examples and a focus on techniques and tips for the busy practitioner it will be an excellent addition to any modern health care practitioners library.
The cases were indeed intimidating and all were handled in 10 sessions or less. The author's approach of illiminating what has been tried and changing the circular solutions attempted, in a paradoxical manner, is a major contribution to the field of brief therapy/5.
Brief therapy with intimidating cases: Changing the unchangeable by Richard Fisch at Karnac Books. Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. Miller, Hubble, and Duncan’s Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is a resource for any practitioner needing a toolbox in the therapy’s approach.
It includes work from 28 of the lead practitioners in the field and how they have integrated the solution-focused approach with the problem-focused approach. Fisch, R., & Schlanger, K. Brief therapy with intimidating cases: Changing the Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Google Scholar. The use of brief intervention and brief therapy techniques has become an increasingly important part of the continuum of care in the treatment of substance abuse problems. With the health care system changing to a managed model of care and with changes in reimbursement policies for substance abuse treatment, these short, problem-specific approaches can be valuable in the treatment of substance.
As described here, brief strategic couple therapy is an extension of the “brief problem-focused therapy”* developed over 40 years ago by Richard Fisch, John Weakland, Paul Watzlawick, and their colleagues at the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, CA (Weakland et al.
; Watzlawick et al. ; Fisch et al. ).The hallmark of this approach is conceptual and technical. A guide to using Brief Therapy, even in difficult cases thought curable only with long-term therapy. Using case histories, the authors reveal how their basic principals can be applied to complex, deep-rooted illnesses, including depression, delusions, paranoia, anorexia and alcoholism.
Therapy is frequently miscast as requiring an enormous amount of time and financial commitment, but helpful, goal-oriented therapy can produce positive results after only a few sessions. Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) has been gaining momentum as a powerful therapeutic approach since its inception in the s.
By focusing on solutions instead of problems, it asks clients to set. Brief Therapy with Intimidating Cases: Changing the Unchangeable by Richard Fisch and Karin Schlanger (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this productWritten:. This manual introduces counselors and therapists to brief intervention and therapy for mental illness, substance use disorders, or both.
It presents practical methods and case scenarios for implementing shorter forms of treatment for a range of populations and issues.All of the above are part ofanexception focused model ofSolutionFocused Brief Therapy (SFBT). The model has evolved such that, instead oflooking for pre-session change/exceptions early ina session, the Milwaukee style is nowto look for exceptions after the miracle question, and phrase the exceptions questions in termsof part ofthe Size: 2MB.Substance buse and Mental Health Services dministration.
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