Foreword to the Revised Edition (Bruce E. Wampold). Foreword to the First Edition (Larry E. Beutler). Preface. 1. Therapy at the Crossroads. 2. The Myth of the Medical Model. 3. Becoming Client Directed. 4. Becoming Outcome Informed with Lynn Johnson, Jeb Brown, and Morten Anker. 5 The Client?s Theory of Change with Susanne Coleman, Lisa Kelledy, and Steven Kopp. 6 The Myth of the Magic Pill with Grace Jackson, Roger P. Greenberg, and Karen Kinchin. 7 Planet Mental Health. Epilogue: A Tale of Two Therapies. Appendixes. I. A First-Person Account of Mental Health Services (Ronald Bassman). II. Consumer/Survivor/Ex-Patient Resource Information (Ronald Bassman). III. Five Questions About Psychotherapy. IV. Outcome Rating Scale and Session Rating Scale; Experimental Versions for Children. References. About the Authors. Name Index. Subject Index.
Barry L. Duncan is cofounder and codirector of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change and in private practice in Coral Springs, Florida. Scott D. Miller is cofounder and codirector of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change, in Chicago, Illinois. Jacqueline A. Sparks is assistant professor of marriage and family therapy, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, at the University of Rhode Island.
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