Therapist and Client: A Relational Approach to Psychotherapyprovides a guide to the fundamental interpersonal elements of the therapeutic relationship that make it the most effective factor in therapy.
- Presents the fundamental interpersonal elements that make the therapeutic relationship the most effective factor in psychotherapy
- Explores and integrates a range of approaches from various schools, from psychoanalysis to body-oriented psychotherapy and humanistic psychotherapies
- Offers clear and practical explanations of the intersubjective aspects of therapy
- Demonstrates the pivotal need to work in the present moment in order to effect change and tailor therapy to the client
- Provides detailed case studies and numerous practical applications of infant research and the unified body-mind perspective increasingly revealed by neuroscience
Keywords: Psychotherapy & Counseling