Clarkson, Petruska Psychotherapy as Positive Psychology
Oktober 2004 65,90 Euro 2004. 208 Seiten, Softcover - Wiley & Sons Ltd - ISBN 978-1-86156-342-2 - John Wiley & Sons
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Langtext The third volume in the Clarkson on Psychotherapy series bringstogether a fascinating selection of Professor Clarkson?s work. Mostof the material has not previously been formally published, andranges, from the beginnings of Gestalt through the importance - inlife and therapy - of inborn constitutional temperamental types, tofundamental concerns in using philisophical discipline inpsychology and Clarkson?s demonstration how the five-relationalmodel can be applied to research, is impressive. Psychotherapistsof all schools will find much to interest them in Clarkson onPsychotherapy 3, and students as well as practitioners will findthe range and depth of papers not only demanding but alsostimulating. This volume of papers starts with a paper about thebeginnings of Gestalt which was first presented at the WorldConference in 1996. Chapters 2 and 3 are here formally publishedfor the first time although the material in it has beenwell-appreciated over some decades in ?samizdat? copies. Chapter 4is a sample of Professor Clarkson?s work stressing the importancein life and in therapy of inborn constitutional temperamentaltypes. Chapter 5 reports a joint research project into narrativesof psychotherapy in modern English Literature.Chapter 6 surveys thefield of Transpersonal psychology. Chapter 7 addresses somefoundational concerns in using philosophical discipline inpsychology. Finally, chapter 8 shows how the five-relations modelcan be applied to research.