A Primer of Clinical Interpretation: Classic and by Philip Rubovits-Seitz

By Philip Rubovits-Seitz

This primer offers a advisor to medical interpretations for these within the perform of psychotherapy. The booklet is split into elements: half I bargains with the classical method of scientific interpretation; and half II offers with advancements on account that Freud, together with Kohut's self-psychological process, Hoffman's dialectical constructivist technique, Roy Schafer's multifaceted technique, Donald Spence's radical narrative strategy, the intersubjective strategy and the unconventional relational approach.

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If at any point you sense the rapport declining, however-for example, from asking a question that is too disturbing or from going too fast-you must backtrack to more rapport building. " Collection and Observation of Clinical Data Question: When the diagnostic interviews are completed, you have recommended psychotherapy to the patient, and he or she has agreed to undertake therapy, how do you proceed from there? h e r : By generating and gathering clinical data. , repetitions) in the data. The larger the number of data collected, therefore, the greater the chances of such relations and patterns appearing and becoming detectable in the data.

85-86). New York: Pantheon. Seitz, P. (1953). Experiments in the substitution of symptoms by hypnosis. Psychosomatic Medicine, 15, 405--424. Whyte, L. (1960). The unconscious before Freud. New York: Basic Books. Zilboorg, G. A history of medical psychology. New York: Norton. Collection and Observation of Clinical Data Question: As Johann Weyer discovered over three centuries ago, one must first make the patient comfortable, facilitating the patient's rapport with, confidence in, and willingness to confide in the therapist.

Question: What is meant by observing how the patient acts and expresses his or her free associations? L e r : This refers to paraverbal and nonverbal data. Paraverbal data include the prosodic features of tone, pitch, and melody, rate and rhythm of speech, and variable smoothness of delivery. Nonverbal data from the patient include posture, gait, gestures, facial expressions, and repetitive movements. Question: Are some types of clinical data more revealing of unconscious mental processes than others?

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