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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Arthur J. Clark
  • ISBN:
    0761906614
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761906612
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    Sage Publications, Incorporated; 1 edition (March 24, 1998)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Arthur J Clark discusses specific defence mechanisms, and presents their theoretical origins . You are browsing: All Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process.

Arthur J Clark discusses specific defence mechanisms, and presents their theoretical origins, psychopathology and definitions. Then, using a three-stage model of the counselling process, he examines methods for dealing with these defence mechanisms at appropriate stages of counselling. Clark provides extensive examples throughout that both illustrate the mechanisms and the therapeutic change that can result in spite of them. Foyalty 246. Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process (Paperback).

Author: Arthur J. Clark. 6. 0 Excellent condition, not a mark. 19 June 2017 · Longford, Ireland ·. Defense Mechanisms in the Counselling Process. Author: Arthur J.

Arthur Clark has presented us with a scholarly summary of defense mechanisms, and his innovative . In short, Arthur Clark is to be commended for his contribution. Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process will occupy an important place on my bookshelf and in my thinking.

Arthur Clark has presented us with a scholarly summary of defense mechanisms, and his innovative thought brings them alive-and, more important, makes them immediately useful and understandable to the practitioner. Defenses in clients are often seen by helping professionals as something to overcome. I much prefer to think of defenses as a client's natural way of being, partially learned, partially innate. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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Clark presented a large number of very tricky case studies and illustrated all manner of different and interesting ways of responding to clients who find it difficult to engage with the process of counselling. Furthermore, this is done in the framework of a model of counselling which integrates humanistic, psychodynamic and l theories in a most interesting and convincing way. In the end, I learned quite a lot and found myself pondering the case histories days later' - Counselling, The.

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Start by marking Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Clark presented a large number of very tricky case studies and illustrated all manner of different and interesting ways of responding to clients who find it difficult to engage with the process of counselling.

Clark presented a large number of very tricky case studies and illustrated all manner of different and interesting ways of responding to clients who find it difficult to engage with the process of counselling.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process . A secondary text for counselling theory and techniques courses, or any courses focusing on a psychodynamic approach to counseling

A secondary text for counselling theory and techniques courses, or any courses focusing on a psychodynamic approach to counseling. It combines in one presentation a theoretical and a practical perspective.

Arthur J. Clark of St. Lawrence University, Canton (SLU) Read . Lawrence University, Canton (SLU) Read 23 publications Contact Arthur J. At various times in the treatment process, mental health counselors may inadvertently equate the concepts of empathy and sympathy. This confusion is understandable because there is ambiguity between the two terms that could contribute to miscommunication in counseling. Scapegoating in group counseling may be understood from the perspective of 3 levels of group functioning: intrapsychic, interpersonal, and the group as an entity.

`[The client material]... stimulated thought and reflection... Clark presented a large number of very tricky case studies and illustrated all manner of different and interesting ways of responding to clients who find it difficult to engage with the process of counselling. Furthermore, this is done in the framework of a model of counselling which integrates humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural theories in a most interesting and convincing way. In the end, I learned quite a lot and found myself pondering the case histories days later′ - Counselling, The Journal of the British Association for Counselling


The understanding of defence mechanisms is vital to counsellors and psychotherapists, particula


Dusho
This is a good book to get clinician's to begin to recognize and to deal with defense mechanisims. It is written from a CBT perspective which is refreshing. The interventions are bare bones beginner material; good for beginners and those who work w/ new clinician's
Love Me
Defenses are like the brake of your car. You don 't want to drive with out it: defenses are functional.
Recognise them and use them well.
Cerar
I looked over this book. It is a very helpful, clearly written, foundation text to addressing defense mechanisms (coping strategies) in therapy. Numerous script examples and interestingly and creatively it addresses DM's during the three stages of work. UNFORTUNATELY, this very valuable text is completely OVERPRICED. I'm shocked that the publisher's are charging nearly a hundred dollars for this paperback text. Ridiculous. When i looked at who the publisher was I was not surprised that it was SAGE. How does this company stay in business?? Their books are rarely on university syllabus due to their expense (if ever, simply as an supplemental reference to be found at the library), they have huge white space margins in their books thus wasting paper, and they charge outrageous prices neither myself nor my colleagues are willing to pay.
Why would any author take their work to SAGE? when respected and reasonable houses are available alternatively, such as New Harbinger (we buy a ton of NH books for ourselves and our patients) and Guildford. Even Guildford I have complained to about the cost of their hardcover editions flying up. They have now started to publish more paper editions at somewhat reasonable costs and are issuing paper editions sooner (not soon enough). I truly hope the author is reading this so that when he has the chance to renegotiate his contract he can take the book to another house and actually sell some. Also, hopefully some person at SAGE will read this (doubtful) and think, 'Gee, just think how many more copies of this useful title we might sell at 24.95 in paper instead of 100 dollars. What a great idea! We will immediately make some actual revenue!' Until then, again another SAGE book i will NOT purchase.