Deliberate Practice in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

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Hanna Levenson,Volney Gay,Jeffrey L. Binder
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Hanna Levenson, PhD, is Professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. She also maintains a private practice in Oakland where she sees individuals and couples for therapy and professionals for consultation/supervision. Dr. Levenson has specialized in brief dynamic therapy and supervision for 40 years. She has authored over 85 professional papers and three books (Time Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy, Brief Dynamic and Interpersonal Therapy, and Brief Dynamic Therapy, Second Edition) and has released five professional videos with APA illustrating her approach. Dr. Levenson received the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology as a Profession Award given by the California Psychological Association. Volney Gay, PhD, is Professor Emeritus at Vanderbilt University and a Training and Supervising Analyst at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. He has published nine books on religion, psychiatry, and anthropology. Dr. Volney has won teaching awards from McMaster University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; the Heinz Hartmann Award from the New York Psychoanalytic Institute; the Outstanding Service Award from the American Psychoanalytic Association; and was named Distinguished Psychoanalytic Educator, International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education. His most recent book is American Slavery: Privileges and Pleasures (2021). Jeffrey L. Binder, PhD, ABPP, is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Vanderbilt University. He maintains a private practice of psychotherapy and clinical supervision. Dr. Binder has authored or coauthored over 45 articles and book chapters on psychotherapy practice, research, and supervision, as well as three books on a form of time-limited therapy developed with Hans Strupp: Psychotherapy in a New Key: A Guide to Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy, Key Competencies in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy: Clinical Practice Beyond the Manual, and Core Competencies in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy. Dr. Binder is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Series Preface Tony Rousmaniere and Alexandre Vaz Acknowledgments Part I: Overview and Instructions Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview of Deliberate Practice and Psychodynamic Therapy Chapter 2: Instructions for the Psychodynamic Therapy Deliberate Practice Exercises Part II: Deliberate Practice Exercises for Psychodynamic Therapy Skills Exercises for Intermediate Psychodynamic Therapy Skills Exercise 1: Engaging in a Therapeutic Inquiry Exercise 2: Therapist Awareness (Interactive Countertransference) Exercise 3: Deepening Emotional Experience Exercise 4: Making Process Comments Exercise 5: Pointing Out Defenses Exercise 6: Introducing the Treatment Rationale Exercises for Advanced Psychodynamic Therapy Skills Exercise 7: Making Transference Interpretations Exercise 8: Using Metaphors Exercise 9: Exploring Fantasy Exercise 10: Gathering Data for the Cyclical Maladaptive Pattern Exercise 11: Using Supervision to Recognize Reenactments Exercise 12: Providing a Corrective Emotional Experience Comprehensive Exercises Exercise 13: Annotated Interpersonal-Psychodynamic Practice Session Transcript Exercise 14: Mock Psychodynamic Sessions Part III: Strategies for Enhancing the Deliberate Practice Exercises Chapter 3: Additional Guidance for Trainers and Trainees: How to Get the Most Out of Deliberate Practice Appendix A: Difficulty Assessments and Adjustments Appendix B: Deliberate Practice Diary Form Appendix C: Sample Psychodynamic Syllabus With Embedded Deliberate Practice Exercises References About the Authors Index

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