Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The...
DIEPOLD John H., BRITT Victoria, BENDER Sheila S.
Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician's Handbook of Diagnoses, Treatment, and Theory brings psychotherapy into the twenty-first century. Diepold, Britt, and Bender offer a comprehensive formulation of mind-body-energy psychology and encourage practitioners to treat clients as whole persons.
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Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician's Handbook of Diagnoses, Treatment, and Theory brings psychotherapy into the twenty-first century. Diepold, Britt, and Bender offer a comprehensive formulation of mind-body-energy psychology and encourage practitioners to treat clients as whole persons. Holistic treatment occurs at the psycho-soma interface where body and mind, energy and talk therapies, as well as Eastern and Western philosophical practices all meet. This hybrid approach offers multiple strengths, including the capacity of evolving thought field therapy (EvTFT) to encompass many forms of psychological treatments and to treat a broad range of psychological complaints.
Theory and practice augment one another in this rich and descriptive tour of the field of energy therapy. Each step of the way, clinicians new to energy psychology are introduced to key concepts and techniques of EvTFT, while practitioners seasoned in energy psychology are provided with new insights and diagnostic approaches that will deepen their understanding and skill as clinicians. The novel and accessible descriptive vocabulary employed here makes the meridian-based psychotherapy that is at the core of EvTFT understandable and liable to easy implementation. The practical aspects of integrating EvTFT into your everyday practice with different client populations?including adults, adolescents, children, and families?are addressed and supplemented with clear illustrations.
The early portion of Evolving Thought Field Therapy examines the origins of meridian-based psychotherapy and describes the evolution of the techniques and procedures that have contributed to contemporary clinical practice. Diepold, Britt, and Bender explore the key theories and concepts of EvTFT, including the highly-articulated meridian system and the psycho-soma model. The middle chapters form the practical core of the book. Here clinicians are presented with the Touch-And-Breathe (TAB) treatment technique and then shown how it is applied in a variety of diagnostic protocols and subsequent treatment sessions. This clinical, hands-on segment culminates in a chapter of case studies in which clinicians are introduced to actual clients and a diversity of complaints. The practical applications of EvTFT displayed in the case studies and throughout the book are varied and include the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, phobias, dissociative disorders, pain management, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and peak performance issues.
|Auteur||DIEPOLD J. H. Jr., BRITT V.|
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