Handbook of Psychotherapy Case Formulation
Tracy D. Eells
Strong case formulations help clinicians organize complex and contradictory information about their clients. The serve as blueprints guiding treatment; provide a measure of change; facilitate empathy; predict therapeutic crises; and, increasingly help to justify the time and expense of therapy to third-party payers. This book is designed to help clinicians at all levels of training master the fine points of case formulation within a range of therapeutic approaches. Each chapter provides a guide to implementing the method at hand in everyday clinical work, supported by an illustrative case example, therapeutic technique, review each method's historical and conceptual background and evaluate its suitability for different types of client.
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