4120: Integrative Brief Therapy: Cognitive, Psychodynamic, Humanistic and Neurobehavioral Approaches

About the Course:

This book is in The Practical Therapist Series. It’s designed to answer the troubling “what-do-I-now and how-do-I-do-it?” questions often confronted in the practice of psychotherapy. It’s written in plain language, technically innovative, theoretically integrative, and filled with case examples. It brings the wisdom and experience of expert mentors to the desk of every therapist.

Author

Preston, John, Psy.D.

About the Author:

John Preston is a clinical psychologist, author of eleven books and is a Core faulty member with Alliant International University, Sacramento. He has lectured widely both in the United States and abroad.

Course Objectives:

  1. to explore guidelines for general treatment strategies

  2. to appreciate the theoretical foundations of various approaches to therapy

  3. to explore issues related to understanding clients and making important treatment decisions

  4. to understand the author’s approach to addressing specific problems with treatment strategies

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