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Brief Dynamic Therapy, Second Edition
Levenson, Hanna, PhD
American Psychological Association / Softcover / 2017-06-01 / 143382776X
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy / Brief Psychotherapy
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168 pages
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Brief dynamic therapy is a time-efficient treatment in which the therapist maintains a focus on specific client issues and goals, all within a basic psychodynamic framework. Common characteristics of these approaches include time management, defined focus, circumscribed goals, active therapist participation, rapid assessment, prompt intervention, an awareness of unconscious processes, and techniques that quickly foster a strong alliance with the client.

This concise volume focuses largely on one popular model in particular: time-limited dynamic psychotherapy (TLDP). TLDP is an integrative approach that uses techniques from attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, affective–experiential learning, and systems orientations to help clients with long-standing, dysfunctional ways of relating to others.

The author explores this integrative, culturally-sensitive approach, its theory, history, the therapy process, primary change mechanisms, empirical basis, and future developments.

This revised edition includes updated case examples, as well as a wealth of new research findings — including process-outcome studies — that affirm treatment effectiveness, explain how alliance ruptures are repaired, and new research on the "reconsolidation process" that demonstrates how sudden, dramatic change happens in brief dynamic therapy.

How to use the Theories of Psychotherapy Series® in combination with APA Videos

Reviews:

Listen in on a master clinician at work. Read this book.
—Jacqueline B. Persons, PhD
Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Science Center, Oakland, CA; University of California at Berkeley

Contents:

Series Preface
How to Use This Book With APA Psychotherapy Videos
IntroductionHistoryTheoryThe Therapy ProcessEvaluationFuture Developments
Glossary of Key Terms
Suggested Readings
References
Index
About the Author
About the Series Editors

About the Author:

Hanna Levenson, PhD, has been specializing in the area of brief psychotherapy as a clinician, teacher/trainer, and researcher for 40 years. She is the author of more than 75 papers and two books, the Concise Guide to Brief Dynamic and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (2002) and Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy: A Guide to Clinical Practice (1995), which was selected by the Behavioral Science Book Service as a "book-of-the-month."

She also has four professional videos, Making Every Session Count (1999), Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy (2008), Brief Dynamic Therapy Over Time (2009), and Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy: An Integrative Perspective (2017).

In 2000, she founded the Levenson Institute for Training, a center where mental health practitioners can receive in-depth training and certification in integrative, focused therapy.

Dr. Levenson is a professor of psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. From 1991 to 2011, she was director of the Brief Psychotherapy Program at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, and from 1979 to 2000, she was clinical professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of California School of Medicine, and director of the Brief Psychotherapy Program at the San Francisco VA Medical Center.

Dr. Levenson's professional career reflects a dialectic between intrapsychic and relational perspectives, insight and experiential learning, and clinical practice and scientific inquiry. Originally specializing in personality theory and social psychology at Claremont University (PhD 1972), she later retrained in clinical psychology at the University of Florida, Coral Gables, then interned at Langley Porter Institute (University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine).

In addition to her teaching and writing, she maintains a private practice in Oakland, California, and is also a certified therapist and supervisor in emotionally focused couples therapy.

Dr. Levenson is a member of APA and a fellow of Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy), the California Psychological Association, the Society for Psychotherapy Research, the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration, and the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy.

In 2011, she was presented the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology as a Profession Award by the California Psychological Association.

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