Making Sense Together
The Intersubjective Approach to PsychotherapyBook - 2001
From the publisher's description: "Patients are striving for health, attempting to correct disappointing, destructive, or traumatizing experiences with their original caregivers, and long for an antidote to ward off such painful affects as shame or self-loathing. From the intersubjective perspective, resistance, or attempts to thwart the therapist's efforts, may be seen as healthy striving for self-protection. Demonstrating these points with vivid clinical examples, Buirski and Haglund discuss the key aspects of the relational model and offer clear and practical guidelines for therapists."
Publisher: Northvale, N.J. : J. Aronson, c2001
Characteristics: xxii, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Intersubjective approach to psychotherapy