By Philip Rubovits-Seitz
This primer presents a advisor to scientific interpretations for these within the perform of psychotherapy. The booklet is split into elements: half I offers with the classical method of medical interpretation; and half II bargains with advancements because Freud, together with Kohut's self-psychological process, Hoffman's dialectical constructivist technique, Roy Schafer's multifaceted method, Donald Spence's radical narrative technique, the intersubjective strategy and the novel relational approach.
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By answering the patient's questions honestly and relevantly. 5. " 6. By taking your time rather than being in a hurry to get through the session as quickly as possible. A Primer of Clinical Interpretation 7. By asking your questions and gathering information in a conversational manner rather than following a form or a standard list of questions. Question: Does any data collection and observation occur during this beginning phase of the treatment? " Some important information for later clinical interpretations may be obtained during this phase, but that is not its primary aim.
New York: Norton. Collection and Observation of Clinical Data Question: As Johann Weyer discovered over three centuries ago, one must first make the patient comfortable, facilitating the patient's rapport with, confidence in, and willingness to confide in the therapist. How is that done? L e r: 1. By sincere interest in the patient and his or her problems. 2. By being natural and comfortable oneself. 3. By being tactful-not asking questions that might be too disturbing to the patient at first. 4.
Answer: Unfocused listening often makes it possible to "catch the drift" of the patient's latent thoughts. The therapist's evenly hovering attention involves a mental state of reverielike controlled regression (similar to the patient's), which facilitates experiencing events more as the patient experiences them. Freely hovering attention in a state of partial regression also involves a reduction of linear, discursive thinking, allowing the therapist to listen more openly, deeply, and nonlinearly to the patient's productions.
A Primer of Clinical Interpretation: Classic and Postclassical Approaches by Philip Rubovits-Seitz