Strategies of Psychotherapy

@inproceedings{Haley1963StrategiesOP,
  title={Strategies of Psychotherapy},
  author={J. Haley},
  year={1963}
}
This classic volume deals with the strategies of both psychotherapists and clients as they maneuver each other in the process of treatment. How a therapist induces a client to change is described within a framework of interpersonal theory and directive family therapy. This work represents a step from the study of therapy in terms of the individual to therapy as communication between at least two people. In this volume, Jay Haley acknowledges his debt to the Gregory Bateson research project… Expand
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The focus in brief interpretive psychotherapy: dilemmas, traps and snags as target problems.
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Strategic therapy with families and children.
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Some historical conditions of narrative work.
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A Homeopathic Model of Psychotherapy
The Promise of Family Therapy
On the technology of psychotherapy.
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