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by Laurel Hulley,Bruce Ecker

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ISBN:
0787901520
Author:
Laurel Hulley,Bruce Ecker
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (October 20, 1995)
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304 pages
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Authors Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for .

Authors Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for clinicians on how to work deeply and briefly with individuals, couples, and families, and shows how to meet the challenge of managed care without losing the deeper levels of change traditionally associated with long-term or existential work. By using Depth-Oriented Brief Therapy, you'll work directly and immediately with the emotional and unconscious meanings that structure the very existence of the presenting problem. In this book, Ecker and Hulley demonstrate the "why" and "how" of how to be deep and brief during sessions.

Depth Oriented Brief Therapy book. Authors Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for clinicians on how to Reach a new stage in brief therapy

Depth Oriented Brief Therapy book. Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How to Be Brief When You Were Trained to Be Deep and Vice Versa. Reach a new stage in brief therapy. Authors Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for clinicians on how to Reach a new stage in brief therapy. Is it possible for clinicians to provide in-depth therapy in the cost-conscious, time-limited world of managed care?

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Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley are the originators of Coherence Therapy and co-authors of Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep and Vice Versa.

Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley are the originators of Coherence Therapy and co-authors of Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep and Vice Versa; the Coherence Therapy Practice Manual & Training Guide; and the Manual of Juxtaposition Experiences: How to Create Transformational Change Using Disconfirming Knowledge in Coherence Ther-apy. Hulley is director of education and paradigm development of the Coherence Psychology Institute and co-founder of the Julia Morgan Mid-dle School for Girls in Oakland, California

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Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. He is the coauthor of Spiritual Choices: The Problem of Recognizing Authentic Paths to Inner Transformation (1987).

Coherence therapy was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s as Ecker and Hulley investigated why certain . Depth-oriented brief therapy: how to be brief when you were trained to be deep-and vice versa.

Coherence therapy was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s as Ecker and Hulley investigated why certain psychotherapy sessions seemed to produce deep transformations of emotional meaning and immediate symptom cessation, while most sessions did no. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Reach a new stage in brief therapy Is it possible for clinicians to provide . Bruce Ecker, Laurel Hulley.

Reach a new stage in brief therapy Is it possible for clinicians to provide in-depth therapy in the cost-conscious, time-limited world of managed care? This groundbreaking book offers clinicians new hope of maintaining professional satisfaction in time-effective practice. Is it possible for clinicians to provide in-depth therapy in the cost-conscious, time-limited world of managed care? This groundbreaking book offers clinicians new hope of maintaining professional satisfaction in time-effective practice.

Author(s) : Bruce Ecker, Author(s) : Laurel Hulley. Publisher : Wiley Jossey Bass. Aims to help the reader to restore effective, long-lasting but time-limited psychotherapy in the age of managed care.

Depth-oriented brief therapy: How to be brief when you were trained to be deep-and vice versa. We consider RESET Therapy to be a transformative approach wherein specified emotional aspects of the traumatic memory are diminished or erased from long-term memory. presents a practical guide to working deeply and briefly with individuals, couples, and families. The extrinsic memory of the event remains, but the intrinsic emotional aspect has dropped out once the memory has reconsolidated (Ecker, Ticic, & Hulley, 2012).

Reach a new stage in brief therapyIs it possible for clinicians to provide in-depth therapy in thecost-conscious, time-limited world of managed care?This groundbreaking book offers clinicians new hope of maintainingprofessional satisfaction in time-effective practice. Authors BruceEcker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for clinicians onhow to work deeply and briefly with individuals, couples, andfamilies, and shows how to meet the challenge of managed carewithout losing the deeper levels of change traditionally associatedwith long-term or existential work.By using Depth-Oriented Brief Therapy, you'll work directly andimmediately with the emotional and unconscious meanings thatstructure the very existence of the presenting problem.
  • Hellblade
It blows my mind that this book was written in the mid-1990's ... and that it took me until 2014 to find it!

If genius is the art of distilling the essence of a thing to its essential simplicity ....
THIS IS A WORK OF GENIUS!

As someone who has worked with over 2,000 people in the healing arts over the past 39 years, allow me to
say that this is the most important book on psychology that I have ever read.

Actually ... I find that it is also a book with profound ONTOLOGICAL implications as well, as it requires the
therapist to embody the possibility of profound peace and presence and faith -- a faith that is grounded in
cutting-edge science as well as Heart!

This book will be challenging for many therapists and potential clients ... as it promises results in record time
that may seem "impossible".

Yet the track record is here. They deliver the goods ... AND ... they obviously have thought deeply and clearly
about the nature of the work.

Warning: This is NOT light reading ... You have to really SHOW UP for it ... and be prepared to have your mind
blown a few times.

The impact of this book is profound for me. My work ... and my SOUL ... will never be the same!
  • Ynneig
In this book, Ecker and Hulley demonstrate the "why" and "how" of how to be deep and brief during sessions. Although some therapists are inclined, understandably so, to take as much time as needed, this is not always possible nor advisable. Combining both the emotional/"felt" experiential part of therapy, together with a cognitive behavioral approach, highlights the relationship as critical for an effective treatment modality.

Rivka Edery, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Author of: "Hear Me Sing: Book I" (2016)
“Trauma and Transformation: A 12-Step Guide” (2013)
  • Kirizan
This is the first original book on coherence therapy.
  • Jerdodov
This is psychotherapy. I have a copy from the year 2000 that has been my bible. I was trained by Felix Polk using this text and it is what made me a psychotherapist. Then I went into the coma called Kaiser Permanente for 12 years. I am just now walking away to start my own practice and was pleased to find that DOBT has evolved to Coherence Therapy or as I call it "Therapy!" Thanks to Bruce and Laurel. You guys made my career. See you in a workshop soon.
  • Levaq
This is a true, full-bodied integration of constructivist cognitive work with experiential work for the practicing psychotherapist. In short, this work takes the meat from all the modern innovations in theory and practice of psychotherapy. In my opinion, the book should have been entitled "constructivist-experiential psychotherapy," as the "brief" part of the title is irrelevant to the model (except in that good and effective psychotherapy should be oriented to relieve the suffering of clients as quickly as possible); and the term "depth" brings to the theoretically sophisticated mind a brand of psychodynamic therapy, which this model is not. But it is deep in another fashion: the transcripts in this book demonstrate very powerful therapy experiences. This book is for the practicing therapist and is not essentially a theoretical tract, but in my mind, the criticism of the constructivist-narrative model as being too cognitive/linguistically based -- and the authors' supplementation of that model with one that emphasizes non-linguistic, experiental (including soma/kinesthetic, emotional, sensory, and other) elements of problem construction -- is a major innovation that allows for a huge advance in understanding and practice of therapy. The transcripts are technically clear and are excellent exemplars of what the authors are attempting to present; they are also deeply moving. Furthermore, one of the great strengths of the book is the great clarity of its organization and of the writing. I am a committed therapist of 25 years with a wide knowledge and experience of different forms and models of therapy. I am considering whether or not this is the best book of psychotherapy that I have ever read, an attribution that I, for one, do not take lightly.