By Jerold R. Gold
Argosy Univ., Washington, DC. Brings jointly a bunch of therapists to illustrate how they observe their very own integrative techniques. subject matters contain multimodal treatment, systematic remedy choice and prescriptive treatment, assimilative psychodynamic psychotherapy, an integrative standpoint at the anxiousness problems, and extra. For psychologists.
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He did not remember his father abusing him, but he was hurt because of all the times the father ignored what the mother was doing to his brothers and to him. A few months after his mother's suicide, Frank had a terrible car accident. Frank started drinking when he was a teenager and continued to abuse alcohol after that time. " In a short period, he developed an addiction to heroin, and he started consuming regular amounts of cocaine as well. After 6 years of drug abuse, he was arrested for the first and only time and charged with drug possession.
Finally, the patient's level of distress is assessed and, in STS systems, determines how much structure is used to reduce anxiety as opposed to providing structure that confronts and arouses anxiety. It is assumed that moderate levels of distress are motivational. Thus, in the case presented here, the therapist focused initially on providing structure to help reduce Frank's anxiety to more manageable levels. This structuring comprised homework, assurance, and here-and-now discussions. This was a necessary first step that allowed Frank to engage meaningfully in treatment.
A Casebook of Psychotherapy Integration by Jerold R. Gold