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Emotion-Focused Therapy: Coaching Clients to Work Through Their Feelings
This handbook offers therapists an approach to helping clients live in harmony with head and heart. Leslie Greenberg proposes that, rather than controlling or avoiding emotions, clients can learnExpand
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Emotion-Focused Therapy
Emotion-focused therapy (EFT), also known as process-experiential therapy, integrates active therapeutic methods from gestalt and other humanistic therapies within the frame of a person-centredExpand
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Change process research.
  • L. Greenberg
  • Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1986
Research on change processes is needed to help explain how psychotherapy produces change. To explain processes of change it will be important to measure three types of outcomes—immediate,Expand
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Facilitating Emotional Change: The Moment-by-Moment Process
Introduction. A Process Experiential Approach. Theory: Emotion, Cognition and Change. Perspectives on Human Functioning. Towards an Experiential Theory of Functioning. Dysfunction. The Manual: BasicExpand
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A guide to conducting a task analysis of psychotherapeutic change
Abstract The epistemological and methodological underpinnings of task analysis are discussed and the steps and concrete procedures for its implementation are described and exemplified in a taskExpand
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Emotionally focused therapy for couples
This book demonstrates the power of emotional experience in relationships and how this power can be used to reconstruct intimate bonds. In emotionally focused couples therapy, intrapsychic andExpand
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Emotional processing in experiential therapy: why "the only way out is through.".
The purpose of this study was to examine observable moment-by-moment steps in emotional processing as they occurred within productive sessions of experiential therapy. Global distress was identifiedExpand
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Working with Emotions in Psychotherapy
The Centrality of Emotion in Psychotherapy. Part 1: Theoretical Framework. What Is Emotion? Emotion Assessment. Sources of Emotional Disorder. Part 2: Intervention Framework. The Process of ChangeExpand
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