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Opis: The Content of Psychological Distress - Jack Chalkley

The Content of Psychological Distress makes the case for focusing psychological attention on the content of people's distressing experience. The growing demand for counselling and therapy in difficult financial times has created pressure to keep work short and highly structured. This has increased reliance on set procedures and categories at the expense of the personal and specific. The book looks at the rationale for, and practical steps involved in, taking individuals' accounts of their concerns as a starting point. It treats these as a foundation on which approaches of various kinds can be laid. It considers the impact of doing so on building relationships and improving the accuracy and richness of the work undertaken. The book is illustrated with examples from general mental health and particular psychological therapies, as well as with applications to pain, intensive care, cancer, paediatrics and forensic learning difficulties. This is a timely and important book for students, trainees and practitioners that contains reflections on the historical and philosophical background to the subject. It relates what is argued to a range of existing ideas and approaches concerned with making psychological work ethical and patient-centred. 'It is rare to find a book about psychological distress that is elegant, scholarly, witty, personal and professional at once - and that is also a "great read". Jack Chalkley, drawing on a lifetime of experience as a clinical psychologist, provides just that. The Content of Psychological Distress is whimsical and rigorous, scientific and emotional, and a powerful and ethical incitement that will guide clinicians into humane, helpful practices. It is, in short, a book full of wisdom.' Stephen Frosh, Professor, Department of Psychosocial Studies, Birkbeck, University of London, UK 'This book offers a well-argued case for focusing on the client and their distress in context and the content of their concerns as the heart of what is important about therapy. This is a welcome and important breath of fresh air.' Barbara Douglas, Chartered and Registered Counselling PsychologistIntroduction Chapter 1. Capturing Content Chapter 2. Better Assessment Chapter 3. Data - Creating, Collecting and Reviewing Chapter 4. Psychological Concerns Chapter 5. General Work Chapter 6. Framework for Psychological Therapies Chapter 7. Hospital and Community Chapter 8. Ideas - From Practice to Philosophy Chapter 9. The Significance of Content


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Tytuł: The Content of Psychological Distress
Autor: Jack Chalkley
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137349743
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 224
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.28 kg


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The Content of Psychological Distress

The Content of Psychological Distress makes the case for focusing psychological attention on the content of people's distressing experience. The growing demand for counselling and therapy in difficult financial times has created pressure to keep work short and highly structured. This has increased reliance on set procedures and categories at the expense of the personal and specific. The book looks at the rationale for, and practical steps involved in, taking individuals' accounts of their concerns as a starting point. It treats these as a foundation on which approaches of various kinds can be laid. It considers the impact of doing so on building relationships and improving the accuracy and richness of the work undertaken. The book is illustrated with examples from general mental health and particular psychological therapies, as well as with applications to pain, intensive care, cancer, paediatrics and forensic learning difficulties. This is a timely and important book for students, trainees and practitioners that contains reflections on the historical and philosophical background to the subject. It relates what is argued to a range of existing ideas and approaches concerned with making psychological work ethical and patient-centred. 'It is rare to find a book about psychological distress that is elegant, scholarly, witty, personal and professional at once - and that is also a "great read". Jack Chalkley, drawing on a lifetime of experience as a clinical psychologist, provides just that. The Content of Psychological Distress is whimsical and rigorous, scientific and emotional, and a powerful and ethical incitement that will guide clinicians into humane, helpful practices. It is, in short, a book full of wisdom.' Stephen Frosh, Professor, Department of Psychosocial Studies, Birkbeck, University of London, UK 'This book offers a well-argued case for focusing on the client and their distress in context and the content of their concerns as the heart of what is important about therapy. This is a welcome and important breath of fresh air.' Barbara Douglas, Chartered and Registered Counselling PsychologistIntroduction Chapter 1. Capturing Content Chapter 2. Better Assessment Chapter 3. Data - Creating, Collecting and Reviewing Chapter 4. Psychological Concerns Chapter 5. General Work Chapter 6. Framework for Psychological Therapies Chapter 7. Hospital and Community Chapter 8. Ideas - From Practice to Philosophy Chapter 9. The Significance of Content

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Szczegóły: The Content of Psychological Distress - Jack Chalkley

Tytuł: The Content of Psychological Distress
Autor: Jack Chalkley
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137349743
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 224
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.28 kg


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