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Dynamic Psychotherapy 

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An Introductory Approach

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978-0-88048-319-3 

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<a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Marc H. Hollender&#39;"' alt='Marc H. Hollender, M.D.' >Marc H. Hollender, M.D.</a>, and <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Charles V. Ford&#39;"' alt='Charles V. Ford, M.D.' >Charles V. Ford, M.D.</a>

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This book is a concise, practical, step-by-step introduction to the principles of dynamic psychotherapy. It is designed for beginning and intermediate psychotherapists who wish to learn more about dynamic psychotherapy, and it emphasizes the practical aspects of dynamic psychotherapy rather than the theoretical.

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This book is a concise, practical, step-by-step introduction to the principles of dynamic psychotherapy. It is designed for beginning and intermediate psychotherapists who wish to learn more about dynamic psychotherapy, and it emphasizes the practical aspects of dynamic psychotherapy rather than the theoretical.

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A reader�s guide. Psychotherapy: what, when, and why? The initial contact. The selection process. Agreement: the therapeutic contract. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: initiating therapy and the relationship. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: fundamental principles and techniques. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: technical interventions. How psychotherapy works. Guidelines and stratification. Technical considerations: dream interpretation, resistance, and regression. Time-limited insight-oriented psychotherapy. Supportive psychotherapy. Psychotherapy combined with or augmented by pharmacotherapy. Problem situations and difficult patients. Termination of psychotherapy. References.

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A reader’s guide. Psychotherapy: what, when, and why? The initial contact. The selection process. Agreement: the therapeutic contract. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: initiating therapy and the relationship. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: fundamental principles and techniques. Insight-oriented psychotherapy: technical interventions. How psychotherapy works. Guidelines and stratification. Technical considerations: dream interpretation, resistance, and regression. Time-limited insight-oriented psychotherapy. Supportive psychotherapy. Psychotherapy combined with or augmented by pharmacotherapy. Problem situations and difficult patients. Termination of psychotherapy. References.

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"What a find! Hollender & Ford have written a user-friendly book that answers. . . the most pressing clinical questions. . . . I highly recommend it to all psychiatrists who are practicing or wish to practice psychodynamic psychiatry."�New England Journal of Medicine
"Considering the relative brevity of the book I am amazed at how much material (the authors) were able to cover and how thoroughly and clearly they were able to do it."�Contemporary Psychology
"This book emerges from the authors� extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. The book represents an invaluable resource. I strongly recommend this book for all beginning psychotherapists of all disciplines."�The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research

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"What a find! Hollender & Ford have written a user-friendly book that answers. . . the most pressing clinical questions. . . . I highly recommend it to all psychiatrists who are practicing or wish to practice psychodynamic psychiatry."—New England Journal of Medicine

"Considering the relative brevity of the book I am amazed at how much material (the authors) were able to cover and how thoroughly and clearly they were able to do it."—Contemporary Psychology

"This book emerges from the authors’ extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. The book represents an invaluable resource. I strongly recommend this book for all beginning psychotherapists of all disciplines."—The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research

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