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The Resource Dialogues on difference : studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship, edited by J. Christopher Muran

Dialogues on difference : studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship, edited by J. Christopher Muran

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Dialogues on difference : studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship
Title
Dialogues on difference
Title remainder
studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship
Statement of responsibility
edited by J. Christopher Muran
Title variation
PsycBooks (EBSCO Host
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Adherents to the various psychotherapeutic traditions all agree that the therapeutic relationship is actively shaped by the personal identities and needs of patient and therapist. Differences in race and culture as well as gender and sexuality are integral to this negotiation. In this series of creative essays arranged in eight "dialogues," clinicians wrestle with questions of personal identity as they apply to the therapeutic relationship. Each dialogue begins with an original contribution by a prominent clinician that includes a detailed discussion of the role of personal differences and how they may influence the negotiation of complex and difficult interactions such as impasses, alliance ruptures, and transference-countertransference enactments. Scholars with differing personal and professional backgrounds then question and build on these ideas, and in a final response, the clinician who initiated the dialogue provides a rich and thought-provoking synthesis"--Jacket. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)
Action
digitized
Dewey number
616.89/14
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Muran, J. Christopher
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychotherapist and patient
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Professional-Patient Relations
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Relations psychothérapeute-patient
  • Psychothérapie
Label
Dialogues on difference : studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship, edited by J. Christopher Muran
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Positioning the editor: an introduction to difference and dialogue / J. Christopher Muran -- Toward the acceptance of human similarity and difference / Neil Altman -- Commentary: some reflections on racism and psychology / Louis A. Sass -- Commentary: Freud, Jung, or Fanon? The racial other on the couch / Lillian Comas-Díaz -- Reply: multiple perspectives on prejudice / Neil Altman -- How difference makes a difference / Beverly Greene -- Commentary: tapping the multiplicity of self-other relationships / Lewis Aron and Jenny Putnam -- Commentary: engaging the plurality of being / Adelbert H. Jenkins -- Reply: voices from the margins: the multiple identities of client, therapist, and theories / Beverly Greene -- Homosexuality and its vicissitudes / Jack Drescher -- Commentary: homosexuality: toward affirmative therapy / Marvin R. Goldfried and John E. Pachankis -- Commentary: holding the tension between constructionist and deconstructionist perspectives / Virginia Goldner -- Reply: Parler Foucault sans le savoir / Jack Drescher -- Gender, race, and invisibility in psychotherapy with African American men / Anderson J. Franklin -- Commentary: making invisibility visible: probing the interface between race and gender / Paul L. Wachtel -- Commentary: not either, but both: race and gender in psychotherapy with African American men / Lily D. McNair -- Reply: truth in advertising: therapeutic competence means undoing racism and sexism / Anderson J. Franklin -- Bridging the gap / Mabel E. Quiñones -- Commentary: the need to explicate culturally competent approaches with Latino clients / Kurt C. Organista -- Commentary: on describing the Latino experience / Rafael Art. Javier -- Reply: are we bridging the gap yet? A work in progress / Mabel E. Quiñones -- The inscrutable Doctor Wu / Philip S. Wong -- Commentary: mending the twain: Eastern inscrutability and therapeutic neutrality / Alan Roland -- Commentary: cultural and acculturative inscrutability of Asian American clients / Junko Tanaka-Matsumi -- Reply: Kant, Confucius, and Doctor Wu: integration or coexistence? / Philip S. Wong -- History, custom, and the twin towers: challenges in adapting psychotherapy to Middle Eastern culture in the United States / Annabella Bushra, Ali Khadivi, and Souha Frewat-Nikowitz -- Commentary: negotiating cultural difference and the therapeutic alliance / Michael J. Constantino and Kelly R. Wilson -- Commentary: a strengths-based approach to psychotherapy with Middle Eastern people / Pamela A. Hays -- Reply: parallel journeys: the anxiety of foreignness / Annabella Bushra, Ali Khadivi, and Souha Frewat-Nikowitze -- A relational turn on thick description / J. Christopher Muran -- Commentary: language, self, and diversity / Steven C. Hayes -- Commentary: on being in the thick of it / Kimberlyn Leary -- Reply: the power of/in language / J. Christopher Muran
Control code
ocn243604870
Edition
1st ed
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 313 pages)
Form of item
online
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243604870
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
Dialogues on difference : studies of diversity in the therapeutic relationship, edited by J. Christopher Muran
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Positioning the editor: an introduction to difference and dialogue / J. Christopher Muran -- Toward the acceptance of human similarity and difference / Neil Altman -- Commentary: some reflections on racism and psychology / Louis A. Sass -- Commentary: Freud, Jung, or Fanon? The racial other on the couch / Lillian Comas-Díaz -- Reply: multiple perspectives on prejudice / Neil Altman -- How difference makes a difference / Beverly Greene -- Commentary: tapping the multiplicity of self-other relationships / Lewis Aron and Jenny Putnam -- Commentary: engaging the plurality of being / Adelbert H. Jenkins -- Reply: voices from the margins: the multiple identities of client, therapist, and theories / Beverly Greene -- Homosexuality and its vicissitudes / Jack Drescher -- Commentary: homosexuality: toward affirmative therapy / Marvin R. Goldfried and John E. Pachankis -- Commentary: holding the tension between constructionist and deconstructionist perspectives / Virginia Goldner -- Reply: Parler Foucault sans le savoir / Jack Drescher -- Gender, race, and invisibility in psychotherapy with African American men / Anderson J. Franklin -- Commentary: making invisibility visible: probing the interface between race and gender / Paul L. Wachtel -- Commentary: not either, but both: race and gender in psychotherapy with African American men / Lily D. McNair -- Reply: truth in advertising: therapeutic competence means undoing racism and sexism / Anderson J. Franklin -- Bridging the gap / Mabel E. Quiñones -- Commentary: the need to explicate culturally competent approaches with Latino clients / Kurt C. Organista -- Commentary: on describing the Latino experience / Rafael Art. Javier -- Reply: are we bridging the gap yet? A work in progress / Mabel E. Quiñones -- The inscrutable Doctor Wu / Philip S. Wong -- Commentary: mending the twain: Eastern inscrutability and therapeutic neutrality / Alan Roland -- Commentary: cultural and acculturative inscrutability of Asian American clients / Junko Tanaka-Matsumi -- Reply: Kant, Confucius, and Doctor Wu: integration or coexistence? / Philip S. Wong -- History, custom, and the twin towers: challenges in adapting psychotherapy to Middle Eastern culture in the United States / Annabella Bushra, Ali Khadivi, and Souha Frewat-Nikowitz -- Commentary: negotiating cultural difference and the therapeutic alliance / Michael J. Constantino and Kelly R. Wilson -- Commentary: a strengths-based approach to psychotherapy with Middle Eastern people / Pamela A. Hays -- Reply: parallel journeys: the anxiety of foreignness / Annabella Bushra, Ali Khadivi, and Souha Frewat-Nikowitze -- A relational turn on thick description / J. Christopher Muran -- Commentary: language, self, and diversity / Steven C. Hayes -- Commentary: on being in the thick of it / Kimberlyn Leary -- Reply: the power of/in language / J. Christopher Muran
Control code
ocn243604870
Edition
1st ed
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 313 pages)
Form of item
online
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243604870
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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