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Beyond Counselling and Therapy epub ebook

by Robert R. Carkhuff

Beyond Counselling and Therapy epub ebook

Author: Robert R. Carkhuff
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Holt,Rinehart & Winston of Canada Ltd; Edition Unstated edition (January 1968)
Pages: 310 pages
ISBN: 0030645050
ISBN13: 978-0030645051
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 611
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Beyond Counselling and Therapy Paperback – 1 Apr 1977.

Beyond Counselling and Therapy Paperback – 1 Apr 1977. by Robert R. Carkhuff (Author), Bernard Berenson (Author). Carkhuff and Berenson demolish much of the mystification of psychotherapy, as they clarify whiich qualities are critical in a counselor, in forming the "counseling relationship. I was shocked to learn that-as a whole-the counseling profession has no effect on its patients.

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Beyond Counseling And Therapy book. Carkhuff. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780030645051. Release Date:January 1967.

The field of counseling and psychotherapy has for years presented the . Robert R. Carkhuff is president of Human Technology Inc. and chairman of Carkhuff Institute of Human Technology.

The field of counseling and psychotherapy has for years presented the puzzling spectacle of unabating enthusiasm for forms of treatment whose effectiveness cannot be objectively demonstrated. With few exceptions, statistical studies have consistently failed to show that any form of psychotherapy is followed by significantly more improvement than would be caused by the mere passage of an equivalent period of time. Overall, this book represented a major advance at the time of its original publication and is of continuing importance.

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Robert Carkhuff studied and worked with Rogers They published their results in the book Towards Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy (1967).

Robert Carkhuff studied and worked with Rogers. Later, they parted company and their respective interests took them in somewhat different directions. Carkhuff's work, however, built upon that of Rogers and did so in particular by emphasizing and developing many of the themes already mentioned above. In particular this involved the attempt to "operationalize" these conditions: to make them measurable. They published their results in the book Towards Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy (1967).

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Reviews (4)
Vobei
A great book to enable the counselor to qualify and quantify the therapeutic relationship!

Uleran
A classic text that I used in graduate school in the 1970's. Not difficult to read with a counseling model that is within anyone's grasp.

Not-the-Same
nothing more to say except that it is essential reading for any good therapist as it is so wonderfully and clearly written.

Teonyo
This was our text for one psychotherapy course at Cal State U., Dominguez Hills some years ago. It is a seminal work which should be on the bookshelf of every psychotherapist and counselor. Carkhuff and Berenson demolish much of the mystification of psychotherapy, as they clarify whiich qualities are critical in a counselor, in forming the "counseling relationship." I was shocked to learn that-as a whole--the counseling profession has no effect on its patients. How could this be? The authors explain--with ample documentation--that while some therapists are very effective, others sport abysmal performance. Their patients actually WORSENED during therapy. Not only that, but the general pattern appeared to be that those at the top of the academic/professsinal "totem pole" (namely, analysts and psychiatrists) were the LEAST effective with patients/clients. I had suspected such, but to have this perception validated by solid research was a revelation.

In their studies, these two employed a kind of simplified five-point "Tone Scale." "2" was designated as neutral in efffect (no harm incurred, but no case-gain), while anything above "2" signaled a positive outcome, and a rating below "2" meant case progress was impaired, and the client left sessions in worse shape than when he/she entered. Most analysts and psychiatrists rated "2" and below. Many with less education, training and experience rated "3" or above (on a number of dimensions). Very accessible (unlike many books and journal articles in the field), and one of my "Top Ten" books on psychotherapy.

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