Theoretical evolutions in person-centered/experiential therapy : applications to schizophrenic and retarded psychoses

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    • Prouty, Garry

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Theoretical evolutions in person-centered/experiential therapy : applications to schizophrenic and retarded psychoses

Garry Prouty ; foreword by Luc Roelens

Praeger, c1994

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [101]-108) and index

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内容説明

Clinical practice with severely retarded and psychotic clients requires a change in theory and technique. Based on original research and practice, Prouty describes the changes needed to reach low-functioning clients not generally accessible to psychotherapy. Evolving from Carl Rogers' assertion that Psychological Contact is the first condition of a therapeutic relationship, Pre-Therapy is a technique that can be applied to regressed psychotics and dual-diagnosed mentally-retarded patients, as well as to other poorly integrated populations. Drawing from his own practice with extreme clients, he shows how Pre-Therapy can be used to facilitate these pre-conditions of therapy. He further shows that treatment of hallucinations reveals them to be expressions of deep trauma and profound rendings of the self-structure.

目次

Foreword Preface Introduction Historical Foundations Carl Rogers: An Interpretation Eugene Gendlin: An Interpretation Rogers/Gendlin: Comparisons & Limitations Evolutions In Person-Centered Theory Pre-Therapy: An Essay in Philosophical Psychology Pre-Therapy as a Theoretical System The Practice of Pre-Therapy Evolutions In Experiential Theory The Pre-Symbolic Structure and Experiencing of Schizophrenic Hallucinations Conclusion After Thoughts and Future Possibilities References Index

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