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Therapy beyond modernity : deconstructing and transcending profession-centred therapy

By: Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, [2018]Copyright date: ©2003Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (348 pages)ISBN:
  • 9780367329181
  • 9780429483905
  • 9780429908675 (e-book: PDF)
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • RC480 .H687 2018
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Contents:
Chapter Introduction / Richard House -- Part I The Profession-Centred Therapy Form / Richard House -- Chapter 1 Therapy in deconstructive perspective / Richard House -- Chapter 2 Therapy's "regime of truth" / Richard House -- Chapter 3 Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Resistance, boundaries and / Richard House -- Chapter 4 Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: II. Confidentiality, safety, abuse, ethics / Richard House -- part II / Richard House -- Chapter 5 Experiences of profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Background issues / Richard House -- chapter SIX Rosie Alexander's Folie a ̀Deux / Richard House -- Chapter 7 Ann France's Consuming Psychotherapy / Richard House -- Chapter 8 Anna Sands' Falling for Therapy 1 / Richard House -- Part III-A New Paradigm, Post-Professional Era? / Richard House -- Chapter 9 Precursor of post-modernity: the phenomenon of Georg Groddeck 1 / Richard House -- Chapter 10 The "New Paradigm" challenge: intimations of a post-professional era / Richard House -- part IV Whither "Post-Professional" Therapy? / Richard House -- Chapter 11 Reflections on profession-centred therapy / Richard House -- Chapter 12 Elaborations on the "post-professional" era / Richard House -- Conclusion: who, then, would be a therapist? / Richard House -- Chapter Afterword / David Smail.
Abstract: This book draws together radical critiques of therapy and shows how therapists have become too willing administrators of the mind, and how they then delight in the bureaucratic management of therapeutic practice.
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Chapter Introduction / Richard House -- Part I The Profession-Centred Therapy Form / Richard House -- Chapter 1 Therapy in deconstructive perspective / Richard House -- Chapter 2 Therapy's "regime of truth" / Richard House -- Chapter 3 Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Resistance, boundaries and / Richard House -- Chapter 4 Deconstructing profession-centred therapeutic practice: II. Confidentiality, safety, abuse, ethics / Richard House -- part II / Richard House -- Chapter 5 Experiences of profession-centred therapeutic practice: I. Background issues / Richard House -- chapter SIX Rosie Alexander's Folie a ̀Deux / Richard House -- Chapter 7 Ann France's Consuming Psychotherapy / Richard House -- Chapter 8 Anna Sands' Falling for Therapy 1 / Richard House -- Part III-A New Paradigm, Post-Professional Era? / Richard House -- Chapter 9 Precursor of post-modernity: the phenomenon of Georg Groddeck 1 / Richard House -- Chapter 10 The "New Paradigm" challenge: intimations of a post-professional era / Richard House -- part IV Whither "Post-Professional" Therapy? / Richard House -- Chapter 11 Reflections on profession-centred therapy / Richard House -- Chapter 12 Elaborations on the "post-professional" era / Richard House -- Conclusion: who, then, would be a therapist? / Richard House -- Chapter Afterword / David Smail.

This book draws together radical critiques of therapy and shows how therapists have become too willing administrators of the mind, and how they then delight in the bureaucratic management of therapeutic practice.

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