9781138815926-1138815926-Early Encounters with Children and Adolescents: Beginning Psychodynamic Therapists¿ First Cases

Early Encounters with Children and Adolescents: Beginning Psychodynamic Therapists¿ First Cases

ISBN-13: 9781138815926
ISBN-10: 1138815926
Edition: 1
Author: Tuber, Steven
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Paperback 162 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781138815926
ISBN-10: 1138815926
Edition: 1
Author: Tuber, Steven
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Paperback 162 pages

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Acknowledged authors Tuber, Steven wrote Early Encounters with Children and Adolescents: Beginning Psychodynamic Therapists¿ First Cases comprising 162 pages back in 2015. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1138815926 and 9781138815926. Since then Early Encounters with Children and Adolescents: Beginning Psychodynamic Therapists¿ First Cases textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Early Encounters with Children and Adolescents is the first training guide to use the works of beginning therapists as its focus. Far too often, therapists in training are given the "classics" to read―case histories by the masters in the field, which can sometimes leave beginning therapists intimidated or even in despair as to whether they can ever reach that level of proficiency. This book is the first to remediate that situation by providing beginners with role models they can more easily internalize through realistic case histories that reveal the ins and outs of starting in a craft that is never fully mastered. Not only are the cases themselves fascinating, but the therapists also refer to the processes they struggled with while treating these patients. Readers will thus have a striking new counterweight to the classics they will still want to read as they progress in the field. Eight beginning clinicians discuss aspects of their clinical process, including: issues of transference and countertransference; the role of supervision; doing parent consultations, especially when one is not yet a parent; cultural/racial/socioeconomic differences between patient and therapist; and the vulnerability of not understanding for long moments in treatment. Psychodynamic beginners in every discipline will find these case histories compelling, heartfelt and inspiring.

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