Book by Sue Nathanson Elkind
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"Elkind has written a powerful, innovative book on therapeutic impasses, a subject that is so central, so pervasive, and so inevitable in the kind of work therapists do." --Irene P. Stiver, Ph.D. "Sue Elkind has found a way of giving voice to the silenced and hidden in human relations. I love this book for its courage in naming, its revolutionary way of exploring, what really goes on between people. I found it gripping, moving, and filled with insights that extend far beyond the therapeutic sphere." --Kim Chernin, author of "The Hungry Self" "This is an extraordinary book. In it, Sue Nathanson Elkind explores an all too common problem in psychotherapy: the impasses and woundings that occur in a process that, we generally assume, should lead to growth and healing....Her understanding of psychotherapy in genuine human terms--instead of the technicalized approach that has become the parlance of current training and practice--results in a compelling study of the basic ingredients of all human relationships, both those that enhance growth and those that end in hurt.... Using absorbing, detailed clinical material, Elkind takes us through the kinds of impasses, mismatches and woundings that many therapists--and patients--will find agonizingly familiar. And she introduces a method of consultation to these problems that can help rescue some faltering therapeutic relationships, or lead to growth, rather than permanent injury for both parties, in those cases where treatment is halted....Thus, this book will be of enormous value to any therapist who wishes to reach in' and work more deeply, and to any individual thinking of taking the kind of intensive look at themselves and their lives offered by psychotherapy." --Jonathan H. Slavin, Ph.D., President, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis, Inc. "Using a relational perspective on impasses in therapy, Dr. Elkind has deftly interwoven lucid theoretical exposition and compassionate clinical application. Her concepts of intersecting primary vulnerabilities, of secondary wounding, and of consultation directed to the relationship will have enormous usefulness for therapists and for their patients." --Ellen Y. Siegelman, author of "Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy"Reseña del editor:
This book focuses on problematic situations in therapy mpasses, wounding, and ruptures. Based on the author's extensive clinical experience with therapists and patients in impasses, as well as her survey questionnaire of other therapists Elkind views impasses, wounding and ruptures as unavoidable pivotal events in therapeutic relationships. She offers numerous vignettes of consultations she has provided to patients and therapists grappling with a diverse range of problems. Elkind introduces uniquely humanizing theoretical concepts such as, primary vulnerability and problematic relational modes to provide a framework for understanding and working with relational knots between therapists and patients.
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