Handbook of Experiential Psychotherapy

Edited by Leslie S. Greenberg, Jeanne C. Watson, and Germain O. Lietaer

October 8, 1998
ISBN 9781572303744
Price: $89.00
477 Pages
Size: 6⅛" x 9¼"
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I. History and Theory

1. The Experiential Paradigm Unfolding: Relationship and Experiencing in Therapy, Watson,

Greenberg, and Lietaer

2. The Theory of Experience-Centered Therapies, Greenberg and Van Balen

II. Foundational Processes

3. Empathic: A Postmodern Way of Being?, Watson, Goldman, and Vanaerschot

4. Dialogic Gestalt Therapy, Yontef

5. Existential Processes, Schneider

6. Focusing Microprocesses, Leijssen

7. Interpersonal Processes, van Kessel and Lietaer

8. The Person as Active Agent in Experiential Therapy, Bohart and Tallman

9. How Can Impressive In-Session Changes Become Impressive Postsession Changes?, Mahrer

III.Differential Treatment Applications

10. Process-Experiential Therapy of Depression, Greenberg, Watson, and Goldman

11. Process-Experiential Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Difficulties, Elliott, Davis, and Slatik

12. Experiential Psychotherapy of the Anxiety Disorders, Wolfe and Sigl

13. Goal-Oriented Client-Centered Psychotherapy of Psychosomatic Disorders, Sachse

14. Experiential Psychodrama with Sexual Trauma, Hudgins

15. The Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder, Eckert and Biermann-Ratjen

16. A Client-Centered Approach to Therapeutic Work with Dissociated and Fragile Process, Warner

17. Pre-therapy and Pre-symbolic Experiencing, Prouty

18. Psychopathology According to the Differential Incongruence Model, Speirer

19. Diagnosing in the Here and Now: A Gestalt Therapy Approach, Melnick and Nevis

IV. Conclusion

20. Experiential Therapy: Identity and Challenges, Greenberg, Lietaer, and Watson