Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – Jonathan Shedler

  American Psychologist – February – March 2010 “#3. Identification of recurring themes and patterns. Psychodynamic therapists work to identify and explore recurring themes and patterns in patients’ thoughts, feelings, self-concept, relationships, and life experiences.  In some cases, a patient may … Continue reading

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Loss of the Assumptive World – Jeffrey Kauffman, Editor, 2002

“We now know that survivors fare far better than early studies of limited clinical samples had led us to believe.  Their reconstructed Assumptive Worlds – no longer naive, but reflecting a new kind of wisdom born of experience – are a … Continue reading

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