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Title Single-session therapy by walk-in or appointment : administrative, clinical, and supervisory aspects of one-at-a-time services / edited by Michael F. Hoyt, Monte Bobele, Arnold Slive, Jeff Young, and Moshe Talmon.

Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource
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Notes Includes index.
Contents 1 Single-Session/One-at-a-Time Walk In Therapy p. 3 / Michael F. Hoyt and Monte Bobele and Arnold Slive and Jeff Young and Moshe Talmon -- Section 2 Administrative p. 25 -- 2 Three Top Reasons Why Walk-In/Single-Sessions Make Perfect Sense p. 27 / Arnold Slive and Monte Bobele -- 3 Single-Session Theraph: The Misunderstood Gift That Keeps On Giving p. 40 / Jeff Young -- 4 Change in the Winds: The Growth of Walk-In Therapy Clinics in Ontario, Canada p. 59 / Karen Young -- 5 Twenty-Five Years of Walk-In Single Sessions at the Eastside Family Centre: Clinical and Research Dimensions / Janet Stewart and Nancy McElheran and Harry Park and Margaret Oakander and Bruce MacLaurin and Cindy Jing Fang and Alexandra Robinson -- 6 Walk-In Counseling Model: Research and Advocacy p. 91 / Leslie Josling and Cheryl-Anne Cait -- 7 Development of a Single-Session Family Program at Child and Youth Mental-Health Services, Southern Melbourne p. 104 / Rachel Barbara-May and Paul Denborough and Tess McGrane -- 1 Single-Session Therapy in the Majority World: Addressing the Challenge of Service Delivery in Cambodia and the Implications for Other Global Contexts p. 116 / John K. Miller and Jason J. Platt and Kevin M. Conroy -- 9 Walk-In Counseling Center of Minneapolis/St. Paul: The Magic of Our Model for Clients and Volunteers p. 135 / Mary Weeks and Lori Zook Stanley -- Section 3 Clinical -- 10 Eternal Now. On Becoming and Being a Single Session Therapist p. 149 / Moshe Talmon -- 11 Single-Session Therapy: Stories, Structures, Themes, Cautions, and Prospects p. 155 / Michael E. Hoyt -- 12 One ... Two ... Three Ways to Help You Today: Therapeutic Models in a Single-Session Therapy Program p. 175 / Monica Barnes and Patricia Carruthers and Maja Gigovic -- 13 Working Within the Client's Cultural Context in Single-Session Therapy p. 186 / Terry Soo-Hoo -- 14 "Coming In for Tune-Ups": A Family's Experience of Episodic Long-Term Single-Session Therapy at the Bouverie Centre, Melbourne p. 202 / Karen Story -- 15 Westside Stories: Walk-In and Single-Session Therapy in San Antonio p. 221 / Monte Bobele and Chrystal Fullen and Brittany Houston and Ashlee M. Martinez and Lacey Moffat and Jeanette Santos -- 16 Single-Session Walk-Ins as a Collaborative Learning Community at the Houston Galveston Institute p. 251 / Susan B. Levin and Adriana Gil-Wilkerson and Sylvia Rapini De Yatim -- 17 Co-Crafting Take-Home Documents at the Walk-In p. 260 / Scot Cooper and "Ariane" -- 18 Coincidence Favors the Prepared Mind: Single Sessions with Couples in Sweden p. 270 / Martin Söderquist -- 19 Terapia Breve Sin Cita: Collaboration with a Marginalized Community in Mexico City p. 291 / Irma J. Rodriguez -- 20 Reflections on Providing Single-Session Therapy in Post-Disaster Haiti p. 303 / Brian Guthrie -- 21 Some Ways to End an SST p. 318 / Michael E. Hoyt and Robert Rosenbaum -- Section 4 Supervisory p. 325 -- 22 First Time: Teaching Skills that Prepare Interns and New Therapists for Walk-In Counseling p. 327 / Joanna Bedggood -- 23 Supervision and the Single-Session Therapist: Learnings from Ten Years of Practice p. 334 / Sandy Harper-Jaques -- 24 Capturing the Moment in Supervision p. 347 / Pam Rycroft -- Section 5 Editors' Conclusion p. 367 -- 25 Walk-In and By-Appointment Single-Sessions Now and In the Future p. 369 / Michael F. Hoyt and Monte Bobele and Arnold Slive and Jeff Young and Moshe Talmon.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 21, 2018).
Other author Hoyt, Michael F., editor.
Bobele, Monte, editor.
Slive, Arnold, editor.
Young, Jeff (Clinical psychologist), editor.
Talmon, Moshe, 1950- editor.
Taylor & Francis.
Subject Psychotherapy.
Brief psychotherapy.
Cognitive therapy.
Local series Taylor & Francis eBooks
ISBN 9781351112437 (electronic bk.)
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