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Fundamentals of Adaptive Psychotherapy and Counselling

An Introduction to Theory and Practice

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Red Globe Press

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22 November 2003

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This important text not only brings together a synthesis of Robert Langs' most important ideas and the latest developments in his thinking - many of them of utmost importance to all manner of therapists - it also presents...

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This important text not only brings together a synthesis of Robert Langs' most important ideas and the latest developments in his thinking - many of them of utmost importance to all manner of therapists - it also presents them in a form that is accessible to the reader new to the communicative approach, as well as those with more experience. With separate sections on theory and practice that clearly define the basic principles that apply to all forms of psychotherapy and counselling, the book is an excellent starting point as a basic introduction to, and reconsideration of, psychotherapy and counselling for trainees and practitioners.

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The author is a wellknown, prolific and controversial figure within psychotherapy
Brings together a synthesis of Langs' most important ideas, presenting them in an accessible and introductory way
Divided into two sections, that discuss both the theories behind adaptive psychotherapy, and practical examples

PART ONE: BASIC CONCEPTS
Two Modes of Psychotherapy and Counselling
Two Modes of Communication
Models of the Mind
The Conscious System
The Deep Unconscious System
Ground Rules and Boundaries
Death Anxiety and the Evolution of the Mind
PART TWO: CLINICAL TECHNIQUE
Indicators: Symptoms and Resistances
Triggers and Themes
Three Classes of Intervention
Trigger Decoded Interpretations
The Validating Process
The First Session
An Unnatural Profession
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography.

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ROBERT LANGS Honorary Visiting Fellow with the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent's College, London. He is the author of forty-three books to the profession and general public on dreams, psychotherapy, unconscious communication, a science of the mind, emotional life and related topics.

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ROBERT LANGS Honorary Visiting Fellow with the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regent's College, London. He is the author of forty-three books to the profession and general public on dreams, psychotherapy, unconscious communication, a science of the mind, emotional life and related topics.

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