Topical Panel 09 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - Key Ethical Considerations
Featuring Jay Haley, MA; Rollo May, PhD; Thomas Szasz, MD; and Jeffrey K Zeig, PhD.
Moderated by Bill O'Hanlon, MS.
The criterion of reality adaptation as a measure of mental health or pathology is a totally fictitious one, since what reality "really" is remains an arbitrary definition which, in turn, leads to a reification. However, out of these reifications can grow very important practical consequences - both positive and negative ones.
Accepted thinking about non-polar, non-psychotic depression has been impaired by ignoring crucial research. This shows that some cases are masked endogenous depression; others are anxiety-based in several ways. Therefore, each case must be investigated to decide appropriate treatment and thus surpass the mediocre results typified in the "Collaborative Study."
Topical Panel 05 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - Training Psychotherapists
Featuring James FT Bugental, PhD; Arnold Lazarus, PhD; Salvador Minuchin, MD; and Miriam Polster, PhD.
Moderated by Ellyn Bader, PhD.
Topical Panel 06 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 - The Language of Human Facilitation
Featuring William Glasser, MD; James Hillman, PhD; Ernest Rossi, PhD; and Paul Watzlawick, PhD.
Moderated by Betty Alice Erickson-Elliott, MS.
To learn interview techniques for reducing client resistances to being genuinely engaged with the therapeutic work and to be able to facilitate client inner exploration
To understand the division of responsibility in which the client leads content and the therapist modulates process