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Short-Term Psychotherapy and Emotional Crisis

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$78.00 • £62.95 • €70.00

ISBN 9780674807204

Publication Date: 01/01/1972


299 pages


  • Introduction
  • I. Conceptual Frame of Reference
    • 1. The First Patient: A Historical Perspective
    • 2. Psychological Process as a Dynamic Continuum
    • 3. A Concept of Emotional Crisis
    • 4. Two Different Kinds of Psychotherapy of Short Duration
    • 5. Anxiety-Provoking Psychotherapy, Crisis Intervention
  • II. Technical Aspects
    • 6. Selection of Patients
    • 7. Technique
    • 8. Results
  • III. Case Reports
    • 9. Anxiety, Frigidity, and Agoraphobia
    • 10. Anxiety and Homosexuality
    • 11. Anxiety and Examination Phobia
    • 12. Anxiety and Heterosexual Difficulties
  • Index

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