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Talking cures

a history of Western and Eastern psychotherapies
  • 528 Pages
  • 2.86 MB
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  • English
by
Brooks/Cole , Pacific Grove
Psychotherapy -- History., Psychotherapy -- Cross-cultural studies -- His
StatementC. Peter Bankart.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC438 .B36 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 528 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL966434M
ISBN 10053434383X
LC Control Number96002816

Talking Cures book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Poetry. Howard's title for his new collection is the old name for psychoanal /5(18).

I have read so much about mental disorders that I can definitely say I know what I am talking about. This book talks about talk therapy. My close relative was and has still some signs of psychosis.

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I have found out that the best way to cure or have long term healing is Cited by: 7. Richard Howard's "Talking Cures" is a very rare form of poetry in which each poem is conversating with the other; each one has a piece borrowed from another, and they fit in seamlessly. The qualities of these poems are rare; they are like little gems that break into one another, forming a 5/5(1).

Talking Cures book. Read 2 reviews Talking cures book the world's largest community for readers. This beautifully-written book uniquely shows how underlying socio-cult /5. The Talking Cure by Professor Gillian Straker and Dr Jacqui Winship brings together eight common struggles brought to therapists.

In each chapter, we meet a different patient with a very different issue that theyre struggling with, and Gillian and Jacqui track their progress and break down their struggles for /5. How Talking Cures is a real how-to book, valuable to all psychotherapists - whether they work with children, adolescents, adults, or couples, whether they practice behavioral techniques or insight-oriented therapy, including transference interpretation.

It is also an invaluable aid to teachers.4/5(1). The Talking Cure book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Vaughan, Susan C., M.D. Many therapists and their patients find tha /5.

Bankhart covers practically every aspect of the history of the talking cure in psychology including both western and eastern views. His personal stories and experences enhance the text in both aiding the explaination of the topic and making the text more personal and enjoyable.

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The Talking Cure examines four nationally syndicated television talk shows--Donahue, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Geraldo and Sally Jessy Raphael--which are primarily devoted to feminine culture and g as one of the few public forums where working-class women and those with different sexual orientations have a voice, these talk shows represent American TV at its most radical.

After learning about Anna O., Freud tried the talking cure in his own private practice, but found patients would talk pretty freely to him without hypnosis, provided they were in a relaxed position — specifically, lying down on a couch — and if they were encouraged to say whatever came into their heads, a process known as free a patient talked at length, Freud could.

In The Talking Cure, psychotherapists Gill Straker and Jacqui Winship bring us nine inspiring stories of transformation. They introduce us to their clients, fictional amalgams of real-life cases, and reveal how the art of talking and listening helps us to understand deep-seated issues that profoundly influence who we are in the world and how we.

The essence of successful therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the patient, a dance of growing trust and understanding. It is an intimate, messy, often surprising and sometimes confusing business - but when it works, it is life-changing. In The Talking Cure, Gill and Jacqui bring us nine inspiring stories of personal.

Psychotherapy is commonly described as a “talking cure,” a treatment method that operates through linguistic action and interaction. The operative specifics of therapeutic language use, however, are insufficiently understood, mainly due to a multitude of disparate approaches that advance different notions of what “talking” means and what “cure” implies in the respective context.

The Talking Cures is a splendid promontory from which to get a panoramic view of the last forty-five years of developments in psychoanalysis, and a source that can serve simultaneously as a detailed map of the terrain."—Lucy M. Zabarenko, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis ".

Talking Cures and Placebo Effects contests this view. It defends the unpopular hypothesis that therapeutic changes in the psychodynamic psychotherapies are sometimes functions of powerful placebos that rally the mind's native healing powers in much the same way that placebo pills rally the body's native healing powers; and that psychodynamic.

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Deborah Kent. Twenty-First Century Books, Jan 1, - Juvenile Nonfiction - pages. 0 Reviews. The history of mental illness reveals the worst and the best of human nature.

Despite a tortuous past and an apathetic present, great strides have been made in terms of daily. "Talking Cures and Placebo Effects defends the unpopular hypothesis that therapeutic changes in the psychodynamic psychotherapies are sometimes functions of powerful placebos that rally the mind's native healing powers in much the same way that placebo pills rally the body's native healing powers; and that psychodynamic insights and interpretations are themselves placebos.

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) The talking therapists claim to offer treatments that have a humanistic and rational basis in science, aimed at helping. Ideal as a supplement to typical theories of counseling and psychotherapy books as well as to traditional history of psychology books, Talking Cures ultimately helps students and practicing therapists understand the strength of all psychotherapies in terms of their power to help clients become more free through the process of achieving a clear.

The term “talking cure” was in fact coined by Freud’s famous patient Anna O. (real name: Bertha Pappenheim), who used it to refer to her habit of making up stories and fairytales to soothe.

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Talking cures: new poems. [Richard Howard] -- The author's narrators, famous and imaginary, experience an unburdening of sorts in these poems. The imperturbable James Merrill and the outspoken Alice Neel make appearances, as do Henry James.Books.

Authors. Events. On the Blog. View All Results The Therapy Industry The Irresistible Rise of the Talking Cure, and Why It Doesn’t Work. Paul Moloney. Argues that therapeutic and applied psychology have little basis in science and that they prosper because they serve the interests of power.