In this section you will find a step-by-step self-diagnosing guide to counseling and therapy, written by Steven James Bartlett Ph.D.
What a reader might take away from these preliminary remarks are these suggestions:
* to accept the fact that it is becoming harder with the passage of time to find one’s way to a mental health clinician who is notrecipe-oriented, due to the in-fashion monopoly that prescribes cognitive-behavioral therapy, and due to the pressures on the healthcare system to process people and their problems faster and at lower cost; and, finally,
* to realize that, when it comes to problems of living, those who are willing to accept a healthy measure of responsibility for their own choice of practitioner and treatment are most likely to find a practitioner and a treatment that meet their individual needs.
Bridges from Here to There
- AN OVERVIEW OF THE FIELD OF THERAPY
- THERAPY: THE ART OF CHANGE
- THE RESULTS OF THERAPY
- WHAT MAKES A GOOD THERAPIST?
The Therapeutic Jungle
- Social Workers, Psychologists, and Psychiatrists
- Religious Counselors & Biofeedback Professionals
- RELAXATION, HYPNOSIS, AND MEDITATION THERAPISTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Steven James Bartlett Ph.D, When You Don’t Know Where to Turn
Steven James Bartlett Ph.D was born in Mexico City and educated in Mexico, the United States, and France. He did his undergraduate work at the University of Santa Clara and at Raymond College, an Oxford-style honors college of the University of the Pacific. He received his master’s degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara; his doctorate from the Université de Paris, where his research was directed by Paul Ricoeur; and has done post-doctoral study in psychology and psychotherapy. He has been the recipient of many honors, awards, grants, scholarships, and fellowships.
Bartlett brings to the present work an unusual background consisting of training in clinical psychology, pathology, and epistemology. He is the author and editor of fifteen books and monographs, and more than a hundred papers and research studies in the fields of psychology, epistemology, and philosophy of science.
Source: Project Gutenberg eBook