Back to one a practical guide for psychotherapists
Back to One: A Practical Guide for Psychotherapists by Sheldon B. Kopp
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Back to One: A Practical Guide for Psychotherapists
Buy This Book at Amazon. The globalization of psychology is already in full effect in the United States as psychologists find themselves treating clients of varying nationalities and cultural backgrounds. The World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases ICD has been a major factor in the creation of international standards for diagnosis and is already used in medical practices throughout the country, although it has not been fully integrated into mental healthcare system yet. Readers will come away with an understanding of the history and rationale behind this system of diagnosis, and they will learn how to integrate the tenth edition of the ICD with clinical modifications for the US ICDCM and its nuances into their everyday practices. They will also be prepared for the increased prevalence of the ICD system, and for the transition to version ICD that will change how psychologists do business. It should be on the desks of clinicians throughout the nation. Back to Top.
A dream is always telling you something you do not know. Dreams bring to your attention vital information that you are not yet aware of. This information can play a key role in your clients therapeutic process in addition to been an invaluable resource that catalyses transformation. Each dream offers a unique expression of your clients psychological situation, giving you the therapist, a precise and objective statement about the psychological reality that is confronting your client. Working with your client on their dreams enables the person to reconnect to their own deep inner nature, to their inherent source of wisdom and guidance and to their untapped and often unknown creative potential. This article has a number of aims, most notably to introduce psychotherapists and counsellors to the rich, creative resource that is available to them through dreams, to define some of the basic principles and guidelines for working with dreams in a therapeutic practice, to outline the key methodology of dream interpretation using some practical examplesand to highlight key points on dream types, themes and recurring images. As I write, I am very much aware of the depth of gratitude I owe to my clients and to those who consented to offer their dreams for the purpose of this article.