Psychotherapy and its discontents

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Psychotherapy and its discontents

edited by Windy Dryden and Colin Feltham

Open University Press, 1992

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references and index

内容説明・目次

巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9780335096770

内容説明

Psychotherapists and critics of psychotherapy outline their views and answer their adversaries. The critics draw attention to the inadequacy of research validating the results of psychotherapy and argue that no treatment at all may be as effective as therapy, that some people's experience of therapy is harmful, that there is a preciousness and pretentiousness about many psychotherapists, that psychotherapists may be flawed and exploitative, that psychotherapy is anachronistically detached from the new-paradigm views, and that psychotherapy embodies a form of psychological reductionism that weakens its credibility. The object of this book is to reduce the antagonism between the two camps so that future debate can be more constructive than hitherto. The contributors are Michael Barkham, Ian Craib, Gill Edwards, Albert Ellis, Hans Eysenck, Stephen Frosh, Sol Garfield, Ernest Gellner, Jeremy Holmes, Paul Kline, Katherine Mair, Jeffrey Masson, David Pilgrim, Jeff Roberts, John Rowan, David Shapiro and Stuart Sutherland.

目次

The tyranny of psychotherapy psychoanalysis, social role and testability problems of methodology in studies of psychotherapy the outcome problem in psychotherapy the myth of therapist expertise what goes wrong in the care and treatment of the mentally ill does psychotherapy need a soul? psychotherapy and political evasions concluding remarks
巻冊次

: hbk ISBN 9780335096787

内容説明

Psychotherapists and critics of psychotherapy outline their views and answer their adversaries. The critics draw attention to the inadequacy of research validating the results of psychotherapy and argue that no treatment at all may be as effective as therapy, that some people's experience of therapy is harmful, that there is a preciousness and pretentiousness about many psychotherapists, that psychotherapists may be flawed and exploitative, that psychotherapy is anachronistically detached from the new-paradigm views, and that psychotherapy embodies a form of psychological reductionism that weakens its credibility. The object of this book is to reduce the antagonism between the two camps so that future debate can be more constructive than hitherto. The contributors are Michael Barkham, Ian Craib, Gill Edwards, Albert Ellis, Hans Eysenck, Stephen Frosh, Sol Garfield, Ernest Gellner, Jeremy Holmes, Paul Kline, Katherine Mair, Jeffrey Masson, David Pilgrim, Jeff Roberts, John Rowan, David Shapiro and Stuart Sutherland.

目次

  • The tyranny of psychotherapy
  • psychoanalysis, social role and testability
  • problems of methodology in studies of psychotherapy
  • the outcome problem in psychotherapy
  • the myth of therapist expertise
  • what goes wrong in the care and treatment of the mentally ill
  • does psychotherapy need a soul?
  • psychotherapy and political evasions
  • concluding remarks.

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詳細情報

  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BA20698235
  • ISBN
    • 0335096786
    • 0335096778
  • LCCN
    92181828
  • 出版国コード
    uk
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 出版地
    Buckingham ; Philadelphia
  • ページ数/冊数
    xvi, 272 p.
  • 大きさ
    24 cm
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