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The Resource Single-Session Therapy (SST) : 100 Key Points and Techniques, Windy Dryden, (electronic resource)

Single-Session Therapy (SST) : 100 Key Points and Techniques, Windy Dryden, (electronic resource)

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Single-Session Therapy (SST) : 100 Key Points and Techniques
Title
Single-Session Therapy (SST)
Title remainder
100 Key Points and Techniques
Statement of responsibility
Windy Dryden
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Even in one session a therapist can make a difference. Single Session Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques presents the 100 main features of this way of working, providing an accessible, succinct overview of this way of working, based on the author's extensive work demonstrating the effectiveness of SST. Divided into 9 sections, guiding you through every aspect of the therapy, the book covers topic such as: The goals of SST Characteristics of 'good' SST clients Responding effectively to the client's very first contact Creating and maintaining a working focus Making an emotional impact Both concise and practical, Single Session Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques will be invaluable to psychotherapists and counsellors in training and practice
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Biographical or historical data
Windy Dryden is in part-time clinical and consultative practice and is an international authority on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. He is Emeritus Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. He has worked in psychotherapy for more than 40 years and is the author of over 225 books
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Dryden, Windy
Dewey number
616.89/14
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
100 Key Points
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  • Single-session psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapist and patient
Label
Single-Session Therapy (SST) : 100 Key Points and Techniques, Windy Dryden, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • More prepared to use therapeutic services in future
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Preface; Part 1 The nature and foundations of SST; 1 What is SST?; The Ronseal approach; Talmon's (1990) definition; Maximising what may be the only session with the possibility of more; The paradoxical nature of SST; 2 The development of SST; Sigmund Freud's single sessions; Freud's single session with Aurelia Öhm-Kronich ('Katharina'); Freud's single session with Gustav Mahler; Alfred Adler's demonstration sessions; Albert Ellis's Friday Night Workshop; Milton Erickson's single sessions
  • Milton Erickson's single session with the 'African violet queen' (O'Hanlon, 1999)Three approaches to psychotherapy (Gloria); David Malan and the unexpected effects of single dynamic interviews; Bernard Bloom; Moshe Talmon; Michael Hoyt, Robert Rosenbaum and Moshe Talmon; Arnold Slive and Monte Bobele; The 'Capturing the Moment' conferences; Notes; 3 What SST is not; SST is not a model of therapy in itself; SST is not the answer to everything; SST is not a quick fix; SST is not better because it saves money; SST is not a restriction on the availability of therapy
  • SST is not five, ten or more sessions distilled into oneSST is not the same as crisis intervention; SST is not easy because it is brief and focused; SST is not for everyone; 4 Even a brief encounter can be therapeutic; 5 The expandable nature of therapy length; 6 The modal number of therapy sessions internationally is 'one', and the majority of people who attend for one session ...; The modal number of therapy sessions internationally is 'one'; The majority of people who attend for one session are satisfied
  • 7 It is difficult to predict, with accuracy, how many therapy sessions a client will attend8 What is a 'drop-out'?; 9 Intermittent therapy through the life cycle; 10 Sooner is better and less is more; Sooner is better; Less is more; 11 Human beings can help themselves quickly under specific circumstances; Knowing what to do to change; Having a committed reason to change; Taking appropriate action; Being prepared to accept the costs of personal change, if any; Note; 12 The choice of SST is the client's, but sometimes this choice is limited
  • 13 Three key themes: Mindset, time and client empowermentMindset; Time; Client empowerment; 14 An SST-informed attitude to clinical work; 15 The diverse nature of SST; Who initiates SST?; Client-initiated SST; Therapist-client jointly initiated SST; Therapist-initiated SST; Different types of SST; Walk-in therapy; Clinical demonstrations; Filmed training tapes; Second opinions; Note; 16 The goals of SST; The therapist's goals; A sense of emotional relief; A sense of hope; A change of perspective; Doing something different; Utilising resources
Control code
on1061127046
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (335 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429952500
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9780429489648
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1061127046
Label
Single-Session Therapy (SST) : 100 Key Points and Techniques, Windy Dryden, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • More prepared to use therapeutic services in future
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Preface; Part 1 The nature and foundations of SST; 1 What is SST?; The Ronseal approach; Talmon's (1990) definition; Maximising what may be the only session with the possibility of more; The paradoxical nature of SST; 2 The development of SST; Sigmund Freud's single sessions; Freud's single session with Aurelia Öhm-Kronich ('Katharina'); Freud's single session with Gustav Mahler; Alfred Adler's demonstration sessions; Albert Ellis's Friday Night Workshop; Milton Erickson's single sessions
  • Milton Erickson's single session with the 'African violet queen' (O'Hanlon, 1999)Three approaches to psychotherapy (Gloria); David Malan and the unexpected effects of single dynamic interviews; Bernard Bloom; Moshe Talmon; Michael Hoyt, Robert Rosenbaum and Moshe Talmon; Arnold Slive and Monte Bobele; The 'Capturing the Moment' conferences; Notes; 3 What SST is not; SST is not a model of therapy in itself; SST is not the answer to everything; SST is not a quick fix; SST is not better because it saves money; SST is not a restriction on the availability of therapy
  • SST is not five, ten or more sessions distilled into oneSST is not the same as crisis intervention; SST is not easy because it is brief and focused; SST is not for everyone; 4 Even a brief encounter can be therapeutic; 5 The expandable nature of therapy length; 6 The modal number of therapy sessions internationally is 'one', and the majority of people who attend for one session ...; The modal number of therapy sessions internationally is 'one'; The majority of people who attend for one session are satisfied
  • 7 It is difficult to predict, with accuracy, how many therapy sessions a client will attend8 What is a 'drop-out'?; 9 Intermittent therapy through the life cycle; 10 Sooner is better and less is more; Sooner is better; Less is more; 11 Human beings can help themselves quickly under specific circumstances; Knowing what to do to change; Having a committed reason to change; Taking appropriate action; Being prepared to accept the costs of personal change, if any; Note; 12 The choice of SST is the client's, but sometimes this choice is limited
  • 13 Three key themes: Mindset, time and client empowermentMindset; Time; Client empowerment; 14 An SST-informed attitude to clinical work; 15 The diverse nature of SST; Who initiates SST?; Client-initiated SST; Therapist-client jointly initiated SST; Therapist-initiated SST; Different types of SST; Walk-in therapy; Clinical demonstrations; Filmed training tapes; Second opinions; Note; 16 The goals of SST; The therapist's goals; A sense of emotional relief; A sense of hope; A change of perspective; Doing something different; Utilising resources
Control code
on1061127046
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (335 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429952500
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9780429489648
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1061127046

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