Geller, Jesse D.

The Psychotherapist's Own Psychotherapy : Patient and Clinician Perspectives

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1. The Question of Personal Therapy: Introduction and Prospectus, Jesse D. Geller, John C. Norcross, and David E. Orlinsky
Part I. The Therapist's Therapy in Different Theoretical Orientations
2. The Training Analysis in the Mainstream Freudian Model, Richard Lasky
3. The Role of Personal Therapy in the Formation of a Jungian Analyst, Tom Kirsch
4. Personal Therapy and Growth Work in Experiential-Humanistic Therapy, Robert Elliot and Rhea Partyka
5. Personal Therapy in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Tradition and Current Practice, Anton-Rupert Laireiter and Ulrike Willutzki
6. The Role and Current Practice of Personal Therapy in the Systemic/Family Therapy Traditions, Jay Lebow
Part II: Being a Therapist-Patient
Personal Experiences: First-hand Accounts by Therapist-Patients
7. My Experience of Analysis with Fairbairn and Winnicott, Harry Guntrip
8. My Experience as a Patient in Five Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies, Jesse D. Geller
9. The Personal Therapy Experiences of a Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapist, Windy Dryden
10. The I and the Self: Reminiscences of Existential-Humanistic Therapy, Bryan Wittine
11. The Role of Individual and Marital Therapy in my Development, Clara Hill
12. A Shamanic Tapestry: My Experiences with Individual, Marital, and Family Therapy, William M. Pinsof
Research Findings: Undergoing Personal Therapy
13. Prevalence and Parameters of Personal Therapy in the USA, John C. Norcross and James D. Guy
14. Prevalence and Parameters of Personal Therapy in Europe, David E. Orlinsky, Jean M. Francois Botermans, Hadas Wiseman, Helge Ronnestad, and Ulrike Willuki
15. Psychotherapists Entering Personal Therapy: Their Primary Reasons and Presenting Problems, John C. Norcross and Kelly A. Connor
16. The Selection and Characteristics of Therapists' Psychotherapies: A Research Synthesis, John C. Norcross and Henry Grunbaum
17. Outcomes and Impacts of Psychotherapists' Personal Therapy: A Research Review, David E. Orlinsky, John C. Norcross, M. Helge Ronnestad, and Hadas Wiseman
Part III. Being a Therapist's Therapist
Personal Experiences: First-Hand Accounts by Therapists' Therapists
18. Conducting Individual Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Psychotherapists, Emmanuel Berman
19. Treating Psychotherapists with Cognitive Therapy, Judith S. Beck and Andrew C. Butler
20. Feminist Therapy with Therapists: Egalitarian and More, Laura Brown
21. Listening to the Listener: An Existential-Humanistic Approach to Psychotherapy with Psychotherapists, Myrtle Heery and James F.T. Bugental
22. Conducting Marital and Family Therapy with Therapists, Harry Aponte
23. Group Therapy for Therapists in Gestalt Therapy Training: A Therapist-Trainer's Perspective, Philip Lichtenberg
24. Treating Impaired Psychotherapists and "Wounded Healers", Gary R. Schoener
Research Findings: Providing Personal Therapy to Other Therapists
25. Research on Conducting Psychotherapy with Mental Health Professionals, Jesse D. Geller, John C. Norcross, and David E. Orlinsky
26. Training Analyses: Historical Considerations and Empirical Research, Rebecca C. Curtis and Mazia Qaiser
27. Boundary Issues and Internalization in the Psychotherapy of Psychotherapists: Clinical and Research Perspectives, Jesse D. Geller
Part IV. Epilogue
28. The Patient Psychotherapist, the Psychotherapist's Psychotherapist, and the Psychotherapist as a Person, David E. Orlinsky, Jesse D. Geller, and John C. Norcross
Appendix: Content to be Addressed in Therapist's Therapist Chapters and in Therapist-Patient Chapters

Keywords: PSYCHOLOGY / Psychotherapy / General PSY028000

Oxford University Press
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