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Title Beyond medication : therapeutic engagement and the recovery from psychosis / edited by David Garfield and Daniel Mackler.

Published London : Routledge, [2009]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM BioMed  616.89 BEYO    AVAILABLE
Physical description xix, 195 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Strengthening the patient / David Garfield and Daniel Dorman -- The initial engagement in the psychotherapy of psychosis, with and without an asylum / Elizabeth Faulconer and Ann Silver -- Making contact with the chronically regressed patient / Garry Prouty -- The role of the therapeutic alliance in the treatment of seriously disturbed individuals / Warren Schwartz and Frank Summers -- Sustaining relationships : cure, care, and recovery / Frank Summers -- Sustaining relationships in milieu treatment / Julie Kipp -- The mechanism of therapeutic change : trauma, dissociation, and therapeutic symbiosis / Brian Koehler -- Technical challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of psychotic depression / Patricia Gibbs -- Practicing the "impossible profession" in impossible places / Daniel Mackler -- Leaving schizophrenia : the returning home of the awakened mind / Catherine Penney -- Life in the mines : a retrospective on my therapy / Joanne Greenberg -- The experience of being medicated in schizophrenia : a subjective inquiry and implications for psychotherapy / Robert Foltz -- Sustaining the therapeutic approach : therapists may need help too! / Ira Steinman.
Other author Garfield, David A. S.
Mackler, Daniel, 1972-
Subject Psychoses -- Treatment.
Psychotherapist and patient.
Therapeutic alliance.
ISBN 0415463866 (hbk.)
0415463874 (paperback)
9780415463867 (hbk.)
9780415463874 (paperback)