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6 edition of Psychotherapy and the Selfless Patient (The Psychotherapy Patient Series) (The Psychotherapy Patient Series) found in the catalog.

Psychotherapy and the Selfless Patient (The Psychotherapy Patient Series) (The Psychotherapy Patient Series)

by Jerome A. Travers

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Case studies,
  • Self Concept,
  • Selflessness (Psychology)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8328993M
    ISBN 100866565159
    ISBN 109780866565158
    OCLC/WorldCa12693852

    This paper examines the paradox of Selfless–Self-Transcendence, that is, how the self is enriched through self-renunciation. The article discusses what enables being carried away without forethought into selfless–self-transcendence and how, eventually, these inadvertent surrenders create therapeutic shifts. Using clinical vignettes, we suggest that the selfless move towards patients is.   When patients balk at this, saying that caring for themselves is self-centered or selfish or narcissistic, I draw a two-circle Venn Diagram. In one circle I write selfish and in the other selfless. We talk about the difference being that selfish is taking into consideration only one’s own wants and needs and ignoring the impact on others.

    But patients should not cancel their next therapy session to catch a matinee, cautions Bruce Skalarew, MD, a Chevy Chase, Md.-based psychiatrist and psychoanalyst and the co-chairman for the Forum. says that those in group therapy will try out parts of the therapist's and other member's behavior to see what fits them well. When clients experiment with the behavior of others, they find out who they are, and who they are not. "Clients during individual psychotherapy may, in .

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Psychotherapy.   I experience the joy of hearing a patient say “thank you” even when all I did was listen. I receive far more than I give. The selfless people in medicine are the people a patient never sees. They are the husbands and wives, the mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters. They are the nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.


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The Selfless Caretaker. The Psychotherapy Patient: Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. Author: Lester H. Barbanell EdD. This paper presents suicide as the ultimate expression of selflessness and focuses on the difficult challenge of treating the chronically suicidal individual.

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Author(s): Travers,Jerome A Title(s): Psychotherapy and the selfless patient/ edited by Jerome A. Travers. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Harrington Park Press, c Language: English ISBN:MeSH: Psychotherapy*; Self Concept* Publication Type(s): Case Reports Notes: Includes.

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Mark Stern. Out of Stock. What you will find in this book is an expression of an understanding of that Truth with clear and comprehensive explanations of the different paths to understanding (gnosis/realization) regardless of how you must approach your own path, whether through an intellectual exploration of your own illusory beliefs, or as devotional s:   The Selfless Self book.

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During treatment, a person works with a therapist to identify the triggers of their anxiety and learn techniques to avoid performing rituals or becoming anxious when they are. Author(s): Stern,E Mark,; Travers,Jerome A Title(s): Psychotherapy and the selfless patient/ E. Mark Stern, editor ; Jerome A.

Travers, associate editor and. Psychotherapy And The Selfless Patient Download Now. A wealth of theoretical and clinical material on the developmental and philosophical issues regarding the origin and loss of self.

6 Essential Self-Care Books for Therapists. I’m a big advocate of self-care for therapists. For our clients’ sake, for our own sake, for the sake of our families, even.

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The patient will develop a healthy diet and begin to gain weight. The patient will learn how to tolerate uncomfortable feelings with-out using chemicals.

The patient will learn to share positive feelings with others. The patient will develop the ability to ask for what he or she wants.

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Search Google for cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and you'll find this: "A type of psychotherapy in which negative patterns of thought about the self and the world are challenged in order.

While they might be great reads, self-help books aren’t necessarily a replacement for therapy even if the book is written by a therapist. The business of self-help books is a billion dollar industry in the U.S.

and make up % of all books currently in print. Group therapy involves one or more psychologists who lead a group of roughly five to 15 patients.

Typically, groups meet for an hour or two each week. Some people attend individual therapy in addition to groups, while others participate in groups only. Anyone who has ever watched "Oprah" knows that the American public has a voracious appetite for self-help.

And according to a study in the journal Psychotherapy (Vol. 37, No. 4, pages ), about 85 percent of psychologists recommend self-help books to their clients. But with all the books out there-and more being published as you read this-how can a practitioner know which ones to.

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) Ironically, this attitude of selflessness actually creates a fountain of joy. It seasons our faith with meaning and applies purpose to our pain.