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1. The Therapeutic Alliance Reconsidered 2. Fundamental Assumptions and Principles 3. Understanding Alliance Ruptures and Therapeutic Impasses 4. Therapeutic Metacommunication: Mindfulness in Action 5. Stage-Process Models of Alliance Rupture Resolution 6. Brief Relational Therapy 7. A Relational Approach to Training and Supervision
Jeremy D. Safran, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research and Senior Research Scientist at New York's Beth Israel Medical Center. He maintains a private practice in New York City. J. Christopher Muran, PhD, is Chief Psychologist and Director of the Brief Psychotherapy Research Program at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City, where he also maintains a private practice.
"While clinical research has demonstrated the efficacy of a variety of psychotherapeutic procedures, what is often overlooked is the critical role played by the 'common factors' of psychotherapy. This important book details procedures for optimizing the therapeutic alliance and maximizing treatment effectiveness. It should be read by all clinicians."--David H. Barlow, PhD, Professor and Director Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Boston University "This is a brilliant book. Informed by the authors' internationally recognized research program on ruptures in the therapeutic alliance, the book is enlightening in two major ways. First, its focus on ruptures opens a route to understanding the nature and utility of the therapeutic alliance. Second, the authors show how to negotiate ruptures, offering a veritable guide to moving from rupture to healing. Focusing on an important and neglected area of clinical training, this is an invaluable text for beginning and advanced psychotherapy courses."--Lester Luborsky, PhD "An unparalleled achievement....Among the few comprehensive texts that truly integrates ongoing empirical research with cutting-edge developments in clinical psychoanalysis, as well as elements of other therapeutic modalities....This book will be used both as a classroom text and as a sourcebook for working clinicians, researchers, and theorists."--Lewis Aron, PhD