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Case Studies in Emotion-Focused Treatment of Depression : A Comparison of Good and Poor Outcome
Jeanne C. Watson, PhD, Rhonda N. Goldman, PhD and Les Greenberg, PhD
American Psychological Association / out-of-print hc / May 2007
9781591479291 (ISBN-10: 1591479290)
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In Case Studies in Emotion-Focused Treatment of Depression: A Comparison of Good and Poor Outcome, authors Jeanne C. Watson, Rhonda N. Goldman, and Leslie S. Greenberg offer a behind-closed-doors look at brief emotion-focused therapy (EFT) in the treatment of depression, capturing the state of the art of this important and widely used therapy.

Six in-depth case studies—three of which result in a good outcome and three in a poor outcome—exemplify the principles of EFT and show how treatment progresses. The six clients depicted vary widely in their background, personalities, and beliefs about the roots of their depression, vividly demonstrating the utility of EFT across a range of circumstances. Meticulous session-by-session descriptions of the therapy process include extensive dialogue and postsession evaluations using a variety of objective process measures. These measures illuminate clients’ moment-to-moment cognitive-affective processing and their perspectives on self and others.

The focus on therapists’ strategic choices deepens readers’ understanding of the interaction between client and therapist as therapy unfolds. Client characteristics that influence outcome are compared and discussed to help therapists identify who may or may not benefit from brief EFT. Finally, the authors help readers more quickly identify when clients may be having difficulty in brief EFT and present a set of therapeutic strategies for working with these clients.

Written by leading authorities on EFT, this book can serve as a companion to Greenberg and Watson’s treatment manual Emotion-Focused Therapy for Depression, also published by the American Psychological Association. Alone or together, these volumes are an invaluable resource for practicing clinicians, researchers, and students interested in the effective treatment of depression. --- from the publisher




Chapter 1

Chapter 2
Evoking and exploring: Coming into the light

Chapter 3
Generating new emotional responses: Setting limits

Chapter 4
Validating an emerging sense of self: Finding her voice

Chapter 5
Bonding inhibited: The tyranny of silence

Chapter 6
Transformation stalled: Learning to stand up for himself

Chapter 7
Disparate goals: Disinherited

Chapter 8
Comparing and contrasting

Chapter 9
Therapeutic Strategies



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