This state-of-the-art book presents research-based practice guidelines that clinicians of any orientation can use to optimize the therapeutic alliance. Leading proponents of the major psychotherapeutic approaches explain just what a good alliance is, how to create it, and how to recognize and repair alliance ruptures. Applications in individual, group, couple, and family therapy are explored; case examples vividly illustrate the concepts and techniques. Links between the quality of the alliance and client outcomes are elucidated. A section on training fills a major gap in the field, reviewing proven strategies for helping therapists to develop key relationship-building skills.
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美国亚马逊： 3 条评论
really helpful2013年9月20日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
this book was required for a class, I found it to be helpful and it was an engaging read. thanks.
Good text book2013年7月25日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Using as a text book. Lots of good information. Will be added to my library after the end of the term.
An Outstanding Resource2011年7月18日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
As a student therapist and researcher I found this book to be excellent in drawing together the vast array of research on the alliance. The editors and authors are leaders in the field and provide highly impressive integrative reviews of research findings, critical analysis and clear practice guidelines. The chapters from different theoretical perspectives (e.g. psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, group therapy) are written in an accessible way with examples and case material. They provide invaluable perspectives on how to form and maintain the alliance in a way that is informed by decades of research. This is further enriched by the important findings regarding research programs aimed at training therapists to foster the therapeutic alliance. Overall, I strongly recommend the book to therapists, researchers and the general public as an outstanding resource thats offers insight and guidance regarding what many, myself included, regard as a cornerstone of psychotherapy.