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Key Competencies in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy
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1. The Key to Good Psychotherapy2. Competency 1: The Use of Theoretical Models of Personality, Psychopathology, and Therapeutic Process to Guide the Conduct of Psychotherapy3. Competency 2: Problem Formulation and Treatment Planning4. Competency 3: Tracking the Issue That Is the Focus of Therapy5. Competency 4: Planning What to Do and Carrying It Out-The Therapeutic Inquiry6. Competency 4: Planning What to Do and Carrying It Out-Implementing Change7. Competency 5: Relationship Management8. Termination, with Karishma K. Patel9. TrainingEpilogue

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Jeffrey L. Binder, PhD, ABPP, Clinical Psychology Program, Argosy University/Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, USA

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"Binder is one of the few scholars in the field who have the ability to review psychotherapy research in sufficient detail and to do so in a way that is both meaningful and applicable to the practicing clinician." - PsycCRITIQUES "Offers practical suggestions for going beyond manualized approaches to treating specific disorders to skillful means of engaging patients in a therapeutic process that fosters insight into cyclical maladaptive interpersonal patterns and promotes behavioral change. This volume represents a generous sharing of the wisdom gained by a master therapist and seasoned researcher." - Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic

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