First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Phase I: Ericksonian/Strategic Approaches. Milton Erickson: An Uncommon Therapist - Part I. Milton Erickson: An Uncommon Therapist - Part II. What Constitutes an Ericksonian Approach? Custom Reframing: The Use of Analogies for a Change. The Use of Metaphor to Treat Somatic Complaints in Therapy. The Tape Recorder. CureContextual Pattern Intervention: Integrating Individual and Interactional Approaches to the Treatment of Bulimia and Bingeing. Not Strategic, Not Systemic: Still Clueless After All These Years. Phase II: Solution-Oriented Therapy. Solution-Oriented Therapy: A Megatrend in Psychotherapy. Take Two People and Call Them in the Morning: Brief Solution-Oriented Treatment of Depression. Accountability in Psychotherapy: A Quality Assurance Method. History Becomes Herstory: Collaborative Solution-Oriented Therapy of the Aftereffects of Sexual Abuse. Fragments for a Therapeutic Autobiography. Debriefing Myself: When a Brief Therapist Does Long-Term Work. Phase III: Possibility Therapy. Possibility Therapy: From Iatrogenic Injury to Iatrogenic Healing.My Guess Syndrome. DSM-V: A Modest Proposal. Frozen in Time: Possibility Therapy with Adults Who Were Sexually Abused as Children. Possibility Therapy with Families. Phase IV: Inclusive Therapy. What's the Story? Narrative Therapy and the Third Wave of Psychotherapy.