- Winter, David A., 1950-
- Viney, Linda L.
- Personal construct therapy
- Constructivism (Psychology)
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- Includes index.
- Bibliography: p. 371-411.
- Foreword. -- Preface. -- Part One: General Principles of Personal Construct Psychotherapy. -- Personal construct psychotherapy meets constructivism: convergence, divergence, and possibility. -- Psychological disorder and reconstruction: developments in the personal construct theory perspective. -- Kellyan invalidation, attachment theory and the construct of 'control' in psychopathology. -- Reconstructing in relating: the psychotherapeutic relationship from a personal constructivist perspective. -- Encountering an other: experiential personal construct psychotherapy. -- A personal construct approach to narrative and postmodern therapies. -- Personal construct psychotherapy: epistemology and practice. -- Techniques of personal construct family therapy. -- Part Two: Specific Clinical Problems. -- Growing through grief: constructing coherence in narratives of loss. -- Deliberate self-harm and reconstruction. -- Resolution of dilemmas by personal construct psychotherapy. -- From constriction to experimentation: a personal construct approach to agoraphobia. -- Psychotherapy with traumatised clients: a constructivist framework for healing. -- Personal constructions in therapy with child sexual abuse survivors. -- The challenge of borderline personality disorder: a personal construct group psychotherapy approach. -- Eating disorders. -- Working with people who hear voices. -- Issues in forensic psychotherapy. -- The experience of anger. -- Kids' stuff. -- Personal construct group work with troubled adolescents: unhelpful and helpful forces. -- Towards a personal construct sex therapy. -- Looking forward towards the end - working with older people. -- Personal construct group work with women with breast cancer: role relationships and support. -- Personal construct workshops for women experiencing menopause: reconstruction and validation of non-verbal, preverbal and verbal construing. -- Part Three: Evidence Base. -- A process and outcome study of p.
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