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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Moshe Talmon
  • ISBN:
    1555422608
  • ISBN13:
    978-1555422608
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  • Publisher:
    Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (August 16, 1990)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Talmon's presentation of single-session therapy is convincing. from the foreword by Jerome D. Frank, professor emeritus of psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Moshe Talmon was born in Kibbutz Beit Alpha in 1950. He is one of the founders of a psychotherapy method known as Single-Session Therapy.

Based on a study of hundreds of single-session cases, this bookoffers a realistic, practical approach to using a single session toprompt substantial changes in patients lives. Moshe Talmon was born in Kibbutz Beit Alpha in 1950. Request permission to reuse content from this site. 1. When the First Session Is the Only Session. 2. The First Phone Call: Presession Screening andPreparation.

Talmon, M. Single Session Therapy: Maximizing the Effect of the First (and often Only) Therapeutic Encounter. San Francisco, Jossey – bass, 1990. Talmon, M. Single Session Solution: A Guide to Practical, Effective and Affordable Therapy. New York, Addison – Wesley, 1993. Articles & Chapters. Kaffman, . (1982) The Crisis of Divorce: An opportunity for constructive change International Journal of Family Therapy.

Single-session therapy is being implemented in a number of mental health settings to increase the . SSFC values brief therapeutic encounters and uses techniques that seek to maximize the benefit of each session (Talmon, 2012).

This study evaluated a new single-session therapy program offered to adults at an outpatient community mental health clinic in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

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Single-Session Therapy : Maximizing the Effect of the First (And Often Only) Therapeutic Encounter.

Therapeutic Encounter. we once assumed that long term therapy was the base from which all therapy was to be judged

he first session in psychotherapy is potentially the most therapeutic and often has the greatest influence on the outcome of therapy.

he first session in psychotherapy is potentially the most therapeutic and often has the greatest influence on the outcome of therapy. ingle session therapy (SST) is the most cost-effective mode of therapy. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

How to use limited therapeutic time most efficientlyResearch shows that many clients seeking therapeutic help attendfor one session only--no matter what their therapist's orientationor approach. Moshe Talmon demonstrates how therapists can turn thissingle encounter into a positive therapeutic experience.Based on a study of hundreds of single-session cases, this bookoffers a realistic, practical approach to using a single session toprompt substantial changes in patients' lives. The author describeshow to make the most of patients' innate ability to healthemselves--presenting insights into bolstering the patient'sexisting strengths, restoring autonomy and confidence, and offeringsolutions that the patient can implement immediately.

Lailace
Talmon gives a great single-session model to follow. Particularly beginning therapy with the first phone call. I love that he cares enough about his clients to focus on making the first session as effective as possible, in the case that they don't return. The statistic that he gives (that nearly 90% of clients will come to therapy for only one session, and around 70% will say that they did not return because they were satisfied with the results) provides incredible evidence for the importance of understanding single-session therapy.
OwerSpeed
Old book fairly outdated.
Pryl
Good ideas and reinforces what ones natural inclinations when faced with scenarios involving limited resources and time.