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Capturing the Moment free pdf Could a single therapy session be not only helpful but even sufficient for some people? Numerous clinical examples and the research evidence support a definite 'Yes!' Drawing from multiple theoretical approaches and cultural contexts, this is the book to read if you want to learn ways to help people as soon as possible--maybe even in one visit. It teaches you to be present in each and every session and offers you various ways of empowering your clients in the here and now. It includes contributions from over twenty experts including Ernest Rossi, Steven Andreas, Dawson Church, Chris Iveson, Douglas Flemons, James Gustafson, Rubin Battino, Bradford Keeney, Jeffrey Young, Arnold Slive, Monte Bobele, Michele Ritterman, Moshe Talmon, Michael Hoyt and others.

About Michael F. Hoyt

Michael F. Hoyt, PhD (Yale '76), is a psychologist based in Mill Valley, California. An internationally recognized teacher and supervisor, he has received numerous honors and awards. His publications include Some Stories Are Better than Others, The Present is a Gift, Brief Psychotherapies: Principles and Practices, The Handbook of Constructive Therapies, and Therapist Stories of Inspiration, Passion, and Renewal: What's Love Got to Do with It? Moshe Talmon, PhD (University of Pennsylvania '82), is a psychologist based in Israel, where he is a Senior Lecturer at Tel Aviv Academic College. He is the founder and Director of the International Center for SST and teaches and supervises worldwide. He is the author of the bestselling Single-Session Therapy: Maximizing the Effect of the First (and Often Only) Therapeutic Encounter, as well as the follow-up books Single-Session Solutions and (in Hebrew) Worthwhile for Every Soul: The Brief Way to an Effective Psychotherapy.

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Author : Michael F. Hoyt
Publisher : Crown House Publishing
Data Published : 27 November 2014
ISBN : 1845908937
EAN : 9781845908935
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 544 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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