Principles and Effective PracticeBook - 1993
From the publisher's description: "Paul L. Wachtel examines in great detail precisely what the therapist can say to contribute to the process of healing and change. The reader is shown--through numerous examples, including annotated transcripts of actual therapy sessions--why some communications are particularly effective, while others, through addressing essentially the same content, actually promote the problems being treated. A uniquely practical book, Therapeutic Communication also offers the reader an exploration of theory that integrates psychodynamic principles with insights and discoveries from other approaches."
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, c1993
Characteristics: xii, 308 p. ; 24 cm