Intimacy, Change, and Other Therapeutic Mysteries : Stories of Clinicians and Clients by David C. Treadway
Intimacy, Change, and Other THerapeutic Mysteries by David C. Treadway
I have a thing for complexity. In the midst of emerging trends in psychotherapy, new evidence-based practices and the competition for efficacy, I find myself wanting to simply be myself with my clients in each therapeutic hour. Intimacy, change and other therapeutic mysteries by David C. Treadway (Guilford, 2004) was a book I took on a tropical vacation and it captured my attention as if it were an engrossing novel. Highlighting the complexity of the work of therapy, Treadway shifts the reader’s attention from clever questions and fantastic outcomes towards the overlap between the parallel struggles and joys of life for the clinician and the client. Whether you take a vacation or make space for a staycation, I recommend this book as a reality check to enliven the time you devote to your personal and professional lives.
Sharon Y. Ramsay, MDiv, RP, RMFT
by: Sharon Y. Ramsay
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