Results 1–10 of 69 for "Continuing Education Program"X related to "Is it ever OK for a therapist to snoop..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicTherapy (27)Ethics (7)Trauma (4)Violence (4)Addictions (3) 18 more... [+] Aging (3)Children (3)Education (3)Military (3)Personality (3)Women & men (3)Parenting (2)Anxiety (1)Death & dying (1)Eating disorders (1)Emotional health (1)Hypnosis (1)Obesity (1)Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (1)Sexuality (1)Stress (1)Teens (1)Testing issues (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeContinuing Education ProgramXYear2013 (11)2012 (9)2011 (16)2010 (10)Author/ContributorWolf, Abe (2)Beutler, Larry E. (1)Bohart, Arthur C. (1)Carter, Jean (1)Davis, Chelsi Klentz (1) 19 more... [+] Freimuth, Marilyn (1)Henderson, Justin D. (1)Hollon, Steven D. (1)Holmes, Dorothy (1)Kelly, Shannon (1)Lambert, Michael J. (1)Maroda, Karen (1)Mollen, Debra (1)Muran, Chris (1)Norcross, John C. (1)Ridley, Charles R. (1)Scheel, Michael J. (1)Smith, Nathan Grant (1)Snell, Andrea (1)Tobias, Ann (1)VandeCreek, Leon (1)Wampold, Bruce E. (1)Wise, Erica (1)Yoder, Janice (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 69 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.The Heart and Soul of Change, Second Edition: Delivering What Works in TherapyThis updated edition the most recent research on what works in therapeutic practice, a thorough analysis of this research, and practical guidance on how a therapist can truly "deliver what works in therapy." This volume examines the common factors underlying effective psychotherapy and brings the psychotherapist and the client–therapist relationship back into focus as key determinants of psychotherapy outcome.Continuing Education Program (July 2010)2.Qualities and Actions of Effective TherapistsResearch suggests that certain psychotherapist characteristics are key to successful treatment. The qualities and actions of effective therapist, based on theory, policy and research evidence, can guide therapists toward continual improvement. Part of the Online Article CE Series (OACES).Continuing Education Program (April 2011)3.Therapy With Coerced and Reluctant ClientsThis thought-provoking book examines the clinical dilemmas faced by therapists who, for a variety of reasons, are working with involuntary or reluctant clients.Continuing Education Program (November 2011)4.What Therapists Don't Talk About and Why: Understanding Taboos That Hurt Us and Our ClientsThe book discusses the damaging myths that therapists seem to hold about themselves that sustain the taboo topics. By offering questions for self-assessment and a series of "explorations" that can be used to examine taboo topics individually or in groups, the book provides resources for recognizing the myths, challenging the taboos, and speaking honestly and directly with patients and others about topics that have been off-limits.Continuing Education Program (July 2010)5.Suicide: What Therapists Need to KnowMental health professionals and the public should know that the suicidal state is almost always transient and treatable. Therapists can prepare themselves by learning to implement the tools and techniques that have been found effective to assess and treat suicidal individuals. Part of the Online Article CE Series (OACES).Continuing Education Program (March 2011)6.Therapist Use of Client Strengths: A Qualitative Study of Positive ProcessesComprehend the investigation of strength-based methods, and identify the five themes used to examine current use of strength-based methods in practice in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 41, No. 3.Continuing Education Program (April 2013)7.Becoming an Effective Psychotherapist: Adopting a Theory of Psychotherapy That's Right for You and Your ClientThe author skillfully presents the nine leading systems of psychotherapy, the underlying rationale and approach to treatment for each, and their seminal theorists. Each chapter showcases a specific theory's therapeutic goals, its assumptions about the therapist–client relationship, client tasks, and the related change processes. Chapters end with thought-provoking journal exercises, learning tasks, and case examples, as well as a discussion of how each approach has evolved and is practiced today.Continuing Education Program (July 2010)8.Beyond Microskills: Toward a Model of Counseling CompetenceCalls for counselor training reform by developing a model of counseling competence are presented. Relevant key terms are also defined that have had unclear definitions in mental health professions in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 39, No. 6.Continuing Education Program (June 2011)9.The Art and Science of Mindfulness: Integrating Mindfulness Into Psychology and the Helping ProfessionsThis book integrates the art and science of mindfulness to inspire greater well-being in both clinicians and their patients. As such, mindfulness is understood as a universal human capacity that can help bridge the gap between therapist and patient, reminding us that we are all human beings aspiring to greater health, happiness, and freedom from suffering.Continuing Education Program (July 2010)10.Emotion-Focused Therapy for Complex Trauma: An Integrative ApproachIdentify the characteristics and the four phases of emotion focused therapy for complex trauma.Continuing Education Program (October 2013) Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 69 for "Continuing Education Program"X related to "Is it ever OK for a therapist to snoop..."