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  • There is no doubt that professional and ethical practice is a potent and dynamic area. Changes in research and practice, legislation, and professional and ethical guidelines may all mean incremental and paradigm shifts. In addition, changing professional codes of practice, culture, and personal belief systems, as well as the demands of clinical governance, lifelong learning and the likelihood of statutory registration, will also impact upon professional and ethical practice.

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  • Comprehensive Textbook of Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice edited by Bruce Bongar and Larry E. Beutler Clinical Personality Assessment: Practical Approaches, Second Edition edited by James N. Butcher Ethics in Psychology, Second Edition by Gerald P. Koocher and Patricia Keith-Spiegel Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology edited by Theodore Millon, Paul H. Blaney, and Roger D. Davis Child and Adolescent Psychological Disorders: A Comprehensive Textbook edited by Sandra D. Netherton, Deborah Holmes, and C. Eugene Walker Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration, Second Edition edited by John C.

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  • One of the main tasks in the psychological individuation process is the reconciliation of opposites, especially the opposition between consciousness and the unconscious. Dreams create a bridge between these two worlds. Jung sees the dream as the steady endeavor of the unconscious to create the best possible equilibrium in the psyche. Dreams are a means to establish a homeostatic balance, or at least to show the dreamer what would be necessary to achieve this balance. Psychotherapists of many different schools use dreams in individual therapy, but very few use them in counseling couples.

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  • The book arises from thinking a lot, reading a lot, discussing a lot, and from a series of psychological studies undertaken in the last 20 years in collaboration with people who started working with me as graduate students. These people are (in alphabetical order). Alisha Ali, Elise Axelrad, Angela Biason, Valentine Cadieux, Maja Djikic, Allan Eng, Mitra Gholamain, Alison Kerr, Laurette Larocque, Gerald Lazare, Raymond Mar, Maria Medved, Seema Nundy, Janet Sinclair, Patricia Steckley, and Rebecca Wells - Jopling.

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  • I"What do I do for a living?" repeated the slim dark-skinned young man in the next seat of the Earth-Moon liner. "I'm a witch doctor," he answered with complete sincerity. "What do you do? I mean, what do they hire you for?" asked Donahue with understandable confusion and a touch of nervousness. "I'm registered as a psychotherapist," said the dark-skinned

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  • Therapists (allied health professionals and psychotherapists alike) are increasingly called upon to do research. Many are drawn to phenomenology; its holistic appreciation of everyday human experience resonates for them. Yet, as novice researcher-practitioners engage the field they are frequently brought up short, baffled by the language and sheer depth of ideas in this strange new world. Soon the novice is faced with bewildering choices.

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  • Lisa Lieberman, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., is a psychotherapist with Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon. When it comes to communicating with children about Parkinson’s — or any disease — she believes that knowledge is power. “Lack of knowledge creates more anxiety,” she says. “Kids are intuitive. They know what’s going on. If they aren’t given a way to make sense of it, it just makes it worse for them.” Even the most difficult news, once out in the open, relieves the anxiety that uncertainty creates.

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  • Containing States of Mind • Wilfred Bion's insights into the analytic process have had a profound influence on how psychoanalysts and psychotherapists understand emotional change and pathological mental states. One of his most influential ideas concerns the notion that we need the minds of others to develop our own emotional and cognitive capacities. In Containing States of Mind, Duncan Cartwright explores and develops some of the implications that Bion's container model has for clinical practice.

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  • Like phantom limbs that still can be felt even though they no longer exist, the twin towers of the World Trade Center continue to haunt New Yorkers, who – in the words of cartoonist Art Spiegelman (2004) – now live “in the shadow of no towers.” During the first years of their absence, accounts of the attack – including journalistic, governmental, academic, fictionalized, and cinematic portrayals – proliferated. The multiplication of accounts is entirely warranted, given that no single version can fully describe the attack’s antecedents, manifestations, and ramifications.

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  • This volume on psychotherapy belongs to a series of books which I am writing to discuss for a wider public the practical applications of modern psychology. The first book, called "On the Witness Stand," studied the relations of scientific psychology to crime and the law courts. This new book deals with the relations of psychology to medicine. Others discussing its relations to education, to social problems, to commerce and industry will follow soon.

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