Topical Panel 16 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 2005 - Ethics and Treatment Boundaries
Featuring Arnold Lazarus, PhD; Marsha Linehand, PhD; Thomas Szasz, MD; and Jeffrey Zeig, PhD
Moderated by Daniel Eckstein, PhD
Boundary crossings can be extremely helpful, whereas boundary violations are usually harmful. Therapy is often shortchanged by the tendency to practice defensively. It is imperative not to exploit, disparage, abuse or harass a client. We also must appreciate the significance of confidentiality, integrity, respect and informed consent. All the rest of the ethical rules, codes and regulations are negotiable. Thus, non-sexual dual relationships often can enhance the process and outcome of psychotherapy.
EP00 Dialogue 11 - Making Therapy Brief - Mary Goulding, M.S.W., and Arnold Lazarus, Ph.D.
Given a topic, to become aware of the differing approaches to psychotherapy, and to identify the strengths and weaknesses in each approach.
Featuring Mary Goulding, M.S.W., and Arnold Lazarus, Ph.D., moderated by Brent Geary, Ph.D.
Topical Panel 05 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 2000 - Training Therapists I
Featuring Mary Goulding, MSW, Jay Haley, MA, Arnold Lazarus, PhD, and Erving Polster, PhD.
Moderated by Elly Bader, PhD.
Topical Panel 10 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 2000 - The Goal of Therapy
Featuring Bert Hellinger, MA, Dipl. Psych., James Hillman, PhD, Arnold Lazarus, PhD, and Miriam Polster, PhD.
Moderated by Brent Geary, PhD.
This presentation will summarize the strategy, tactics and techniques of TFP (Transference Focused Psychotherapy), its indications and contraindications, process and outcome studies of the Cornell University Personality Disorders Institute that developed this treatment over the past 15 years.