Crises in the Psychotherapy Session

Transforming Critical Moments into Turning Points


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
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Julian D. Ford
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336

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Introduction Part I: Foundational Principles and Paradigms Chapter 1. How (and Why) Do Crises Happen in the Psychotherapy Session? Chapter 2. Principles and Effective Practices for Crisis Management Chapter 3. At the Core of Crises: Emotional Dysregulation Chapter 4. Restoring Adaptive Emotion Regulation and Self-Regulation Chapter 5. Therapists' Stress Reactions and Countertransference Part II: The FREEDOM Model for Restoring Emotion Regulation Chapter 6. Essential Elements in Psychotherapy Chapter 7. TARGET: Psychotherapy for Emotion Regulation Chapter 8: The FREEDOM Paradigm for Emotion Regulation Chapter 9: Using FREEDOM with Clients Before Crises Occur Chapter 10: Applying FREEDOM to Therapist Emotion Regulation and Managing Countertransference Part III: Case Session Transcripts of In-Session Critical Moments Chapter 11. A Crisis of Depression, Anxiety, Shame, Dissociation, and Self-Harm Chapter 12. Sexual Abuse and Shame: A Crisis of Hopelessness and Avoidance Chapter 13. A Crisis of Abuse, Shame, Dissociative Identity Fragmentation and Suicidality Chapter 14. Repairing a Rupture in the Therapeutic Alliance Chapter 15. Flight or Fight (Part 1): Responding to a Dissociative Flashback Case Transcript with Annotations and Commentary Chapter 16. Flight or Fight (Part 2): Responding to the Eruption of Aggression Epilogue

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