|aEssential psychotherapies : |btheory and practice / |cedited by Alan S. Gurman, Stanley B. Messer
|aNew York : |bGuilford Press, |c2003
|axii, 580 p : |bill ; |c26 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes
|aContemporary issues in psychotherapy: a framework for comparative study / Alan S. Gurman and Stanley B. Messer--The theory and practice of contemporary psychoanalytic treatment / David L. Wolitzky--Relational approaches to psychoanalytic psychotherapy / Rebecca C. Curtis and Irwin Hirsch--Person-centered psychotherapy and related experiential approaches / Arthur C. Bohart--Existential-humanistic psychotherapy / Kirk J. Schneider--Behavior therapy / Martin M. Antony and Lizabeth Roemer--Cognitive therapy / Mark A. Reinicke and Arthur Freeman--Postmodern approaches to psychotherapy / Robert A. Neimeyer and Sara K. Bridges--Integrative approaches to psychotherapy / George Stricker and Jerry Gold--Brief psychotherapies / Michael F. Hoyt--The family therapies / Nadine J. Kaslow, Barbara M. Dausch, and Marianne Celano--The marital therapies / Alan S. Gurman
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. Textbook, revised and updated, covers the twelve most important forms of psychotherapy practiced today. Encompasses such treatments as brief, cognitive, family, relational, and integrative therapies. Also discusses such treatments as psychoanalytic, existential-humanistic, person-centered, and group. Previous edition: c1995.