By Leslie S. Greenberg
Emotion-Focused Therapy offers an advent to the idea, historical past, examine, and perform of this emotion-centered, humanistic technique. Emotion-focused remedy is an entire idea of human functioning according to the adaptive function of emotion and on a treatment perform based at the concept that emotional swap is crucial to enduring change.
This remedy emphasizes the attention, attractiveness, figuring out, and transformation of emotion, and proposes that feelings themselves have an adaptive strength that, if activated, can assist consumers to alter. Emotion-focused therapists support consumers to event their feelings within the secure environment of remedy in order that, instead of averting or controlling their emotions, consumers discover ways to use them as a advisor to what's very important or priceless of their lives.
In this ebook, Leslie S. Greenberg offers and explores this flexible and valuable strategy, its thought, historical past, treatment strategy, fundamental switch mechanisms, the empirical foundation for its effectiveness, and up to date advancements that experience sophisticated the speculation and elevated the way it should be practiced.
This crucial primer, amply illustrated with case examples that includes varied consumers, is ideal for graduate scholars learning theories of remedy and counseling, in addition to for professional practitioners attracted to figuring out how this technique has developed and the way it would be utilized in their practice.
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