What do I say? : the therapist's guide to answering client questions

Linda N. Edelstein and Charles A. Waehler

Therapists are used to asking questions, not answering them. What Do I Say? shows how client questions-no matter how difficult or uncomfortable-can be used to support the therapeutic process rather than derail the therapist-client relationship. Jargon-free and conversational in tone, this book provides guidance on how to answer questions on such hot-button topics as sex, religion, money, disclosing personal information, and setting boundaries. Counselors and other mental health professionals will find essential guidance from the authors' examples drawn from their own lives and work.

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  • Preface. Acknowledgments. PART 1 Client Questions in a Broad Context. Introduction to Part 1. Why Do Clients' Questions Cause Apprehension? What Do the Different Theories Advise? Remember, It's Not About You. Guidelines for Answering Questions. Style and Language Considerations. Further Thoughts. PART 2 Client Questions and Responses by Topic. Introduction to Part 2. 1 The Early Sessions. 2 Experience. 3 Therapeutic Process. 4 Expectations About Change. 5 Techniques. 6 Professional Role. 7 Money. 8 Confidentiality. 9 Boundaries. 10 Personal Questions. 11 Sexuality. 12 Religion and Spirituality. 13 Prejudice. 14 Stigma. 15 Physical Appearance. 16 Dreams. 17 Therapists' Reactions. 18 Individual and Cultural Differences. 19 Involving Others. 20 Out of the Office. 21 Keeping in Touch. 22 Life Events. 23 Ending Therapy. Concluding Thoughts. References. Index. About the Authors.

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書名 What do I say? : the therapist's guide to answering client questions
著作者等 Waehler Charles A.
Edelstein Linda N.
出版元 John Wiley & Sons
刊行年月 c2011
ページ数 xvii, 358 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780470561751
NCID BB07102418
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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