[Ebook] ➧ Essential Psychotherapies By Alan S. Gurman – Pocket-bikes.us

Essential Psychotherapies Comprehensive And User Friendly, This Widely Adopted Text Presents Systematic Expositions Of The 12 Most Important Forms Of Psychotherapy Being Practiced Today Covering Traditional Treatments As Well As Influential Models That Have Been Developed Relatively Recently, The Volume Gives Students And Practitioners A Solid Grasp Of Foundational Theories And Methods Eminent Authorities Describe Their Respective Models In Unusually Coherent Chapters To Facilitate Easy Comparison Of Basic Theoretical And Practical Concerns Each Chapter Also Includes A Detailed Case Illustration That Brings Key Concepts To Life.

[Ebook] ➧ Essential Psychotherapies  By Alan S. Gurman – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Paperback
  • 580 pages
  • Essential Psychotherapies
  • Alan S. Gurman
  • English
  • 14 November 2018
  • 1593852207

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➧ Essential Psychotherapies By Alan S. Gurman – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    An overview of a dozen major styles of psychotherapy, comparing different aspects of each The book is very academic and in general very dry It s abstract and academic feel does not give a good feel for the style even still, it gives a good overview of each style in technical terms I have the first edition text, which differs from the second in that it includes Gestalt therapy as an independent therapy In the introduction to the second edition Messer explains that...


  2. says:

    Textbook for class Good break down of the various theroretical orientation Covered all the big ones Repeated itself WAAAAAY too much in each chapter I suppose that got the point in, but repition is not a strong tool in my book Not queer friendly I think they call it gay affirming at all, esp in the marriage therapies section damn heterocentrics, when will you learn Overall I d reccommend as a text book unless you have one that doesn t do the above things, and use the above Textbook for class Good break down of the various theroretical orientation Covered all the big ones Repeated itself WAAAAAY too much in each chapter I suppose th...

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