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Therapy beyond modernity [electronic resource] : deconstructing and transcending profession-centred therapy / Richard House.

By: House, Richard.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Karnac, 2003Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 330 p.).ISBN: 9781849403870 (electronic bk.); 1849403872 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Psychotherapy | Counseling | Psychotherapy | Counseling | Professional-Patient Relations | PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychotherapy -- General | Psychotherapie | Modernisme (cultuur) | Postmodernisme | Psychotherapeut-cli�ent-relatie | DeconstructieGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Therapy beyond modernity.DDC classification: 616.89/14 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
COVER; CONTENTS; DEDICATION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Introduction; PART I THE PROFESSION-CENTRED THERAPY FORM; CHAPTER ONE Therapy in deconstructive perspective; CHAPTER TWO Therapy's "regime of truth''; CHAPTER THREE Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Resistance, boundaries and "frame'', holding, "material'' generation; CHAPTER FOUR Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: II. Confidentiality, safety, abuse, ethics; PART II "CONSUMER'' EXPERIENCES OF PROFESSION-CENTRED THERAPEUTIC PRACTICE
Summary: This radical and provocative book challenges the very foundations of therapy itself. In examining the hidden assumptions of therapy, the author poses the question 'Is therapy more concerned with preserving its own hegemony than with an honest authenticity of procedure and practice?'
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-317) and index.

This radical and provocative book challenges the very foundations of therapy itself. In examining the hidden assumptions of therapy, the author poses the question 'Is therapy more concerned with preserving its own hegemony than with an honest authenticity of procedure and practice?'

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COVER; CONTENTS; DEDICATION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Introduction; PART I THE PROFESSION-CENTRED THERAPY FORM; CHAPTER ONE Therapy in deconstructive perspective; CHAPTER TWO Therapy's "regime of truth''; CHAPTER THREE Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Resistance, boundaries and "frame'', holding, "material'' generation; CHAPTER FOUR Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: II. Confidentiality, safety, abuse, ethics; PART II "CONSUMER'' EXPERIENCES OF PROFESSION-CENTRED THERAPEUTIC PRACTICE

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