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Therapy with difficult clients : using the precursors model to awaken change

Author: Fred J Hanna
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Fred J Hanna
ISBN: 1557987939 9781557987938
OCLC Number: 46394401
Description: x, 329 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Understanding Difficult Clients, Therapeutic Change, and Resistance --
Assessing the Potential for Therapeutic Change --
Clinical Applications: First Steps --
Clinical Applications: Implementing and Enhancing the Precursors --
Characteristics of Wisdom. Machine generated contents note: I. Understanding Difficult Clients, Therapeutic Change, and Resistance --
Ch. 1 What Makes a Client Difficult? --
Ch. 2 Toward a Model of Change for Difficult Clients --
Ch. 3 The Precursors Model: Skills and Functions of Change --
II. Assessing the Potential for Therapeutic Change --
Ch. 4 Rating Client Change Potential: Using the Precursors Assessment Form --
Ch. 5 Rating Therapist Precursors --
III. Clinical Applications: First Steps --
Ch. 6 Orienting the Relationship Around Change --
Ch. 7 Reducing Therapist Interference and Increasing Therapeutic Wisdom --
Ch. 8 Multicultural and Gender Considerations: A New Adaptation of Cognitive Therapy and a Framework for Empowerment --
IV. Clinical Applications: Implementing and Enhancing the Precursors --
Ch. 9 Installing a Sense of Necessity --
Ch. 10 Establishing the Willingness or Readiness to Experience Anxiety or Difficult --
Ch. 11 Cultivating Awareness --
Ch. 12 Enhancing Confronting --
Ch. 13 Increasing Effort or Will Toward Change --
Ch. 14 Building Hope for Change --
Ch. 15 Developing Social Support for Change --
V. Conclusion --
Ch. 16 At the Horizon of Change --
App. Characteristics of Wisdom.
Responsibility: Fred J. Hanna.

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An approach to working with clients who do not want to change. Fred J. Hanna offers a tool for assessing the readiness for change in clients and in therapists. He offers strategies, examples and  Read more...
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