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Jeffrey A Kottler; Jon Carlson
|ISBN:||9780415876230 0415876230 9780415876247 0415876249|
|Description:||xvi, 282 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : What is truth in psychotherapy? --
How well do we really know our clients? / Jeffrey Kottler --
Why I do what I do / Jon Carlson --
Treating traditional men : from believer to skeptic (and back again) / Gary R. Brooks --
Opportunities with a side of fries / Chen Oren --
Smoke and mirrors / Jennider L. Grzegorek --
When therapists lie to promote their own agendas / Howard Rosenthal --
Duped, drugged, and eaten : working with the Jeffrey Dahmers of the world / Len Sperry --
The client with amnesia / Shea M. Dunham --
Credit denied and denial / Bill O'Hanlon --
Never ever --
I love you! / Michael F. Hoyt --
The dance of optimism and skepticism / Mark Stevens --
Grateful for the lessons learned / Katherine Helm --
Cheating at solitaire / George W. Burns --
What clients talk about --
and what they don't / Aaron B. Rochlen --
Saving Private Joe / Bret A. Moore --
Rita's rib and a puzzle decoded / Shannon B. Dermer --
Running out of gas when you have a long way to go / Cyrus Marcellus Ellis --
Weighing in with the truth? / Ann Vernon --
Learning from lies at the therapist's school of hard knocks / Jeffrey E. Barnett --
Cut the crap : tall tales and the value of lies / Barry Duncan --
The terrible, awful, unspeakable secret --
and how it changed me / Patricia Robey --
Seduced by an act of omission / John Barletta --
Too much of a good thing / Adam Zagelbaum --
Managing conflict between two partners / Dan Eckstein --
Mistakes worth enduring / James Robert Bitter --
The man who tried too hard to act cool / Bill Knaus --
I'm not easily fooled / Paul R. Peluso --
Lost in a quagmire of agendas / Christine Maguth Nezu --
Calling Jack's bluff / Fredric E. Rabinowitz --
A puzzle with missing pieces / Jill D. Duba --
The transgender woman in the pink wheelchair / Stacee Reicherzer --
A veil of self-deception / Orah Krug --
Clients telling the truth as they know it / Byron Waller --
I still wonder what happened / George Stricker --
In defense of naïveté / Frances Asha --
The one truth : he didn't want to be a business major / Robert L. Smith --
Duped and recuped / Nancy Fishman --
Espionage and orphans : lies have deep truth / James M. Walsh --
Fiction, myth, and illusions of truth / Spencer Niles --
What does being duped mean in the practice of psychotherapy? / Jeffrey Kottler and Jon Carlson.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeffrey A. Kottler and Jon Carlson.|
"This collection makes fascinating reading, but more importantly provides rich material from which therapists can learn vicariously how to address deception in therapy. As is often the case, by
- Deception -- Case studies.
- Psychotherapist and patient -- Case studies.
- Impostors and imposture -- Case studies.
- Psychotherapy -- Case studies.
- Professional-Patient Relations -- Personal Narratives.
- Deception -- Personal Narratives.
- Psychotherapy -- Personal Narratives.
- Impostors and imposture.
- Psychotherapist and patient.