Skill-building audio courses

Course 1:  Overcome Resistance

Includes: rejecting collaborative problem-solving, anxiety, resisting the therapeutic task, resisting specificity

Cost: $30
Format: 18 mp3 files plus a skill-building pdf handbook

More information about Course 1

Overview

Ever feel like you’re working too hard with a client and getting nowhere? You don’t need to let your client’s defenses block progress.

For the first time ever, we’re making this collection of 18 skill-building psychotherapy audio studies public. Previously available only via multi-year training programs, this audio course teaches you how to quickly identify and address defenses that can prevent a therapeutic alliance from forming.

How It Works

In this practice-oriented course, you are the therapist asking me scripted questions, and I am your ‘patient’, responding with defenses. You will intervene. Then I will give you a recommended answer and offer some teaching and supervision along the way, reinforcing the intervention technique and theoretical framework.

As we explore numerous examples of each defense, you’ll have ample practice time to more efficiently recognize defenses and intervene immediately. You’ll rapidly improve your assessment and intervention skills and learn to handle problems easily that would have stumped you in the past.

Defenses You’ll Learn How to Navigate

Rejecting collaborative problem-solving

  • Non-problems
  • Diversification
  • Vagueness
  • Rationalization
  • Intellectualization
  • Projection of awareness of a problem onto others
  • Projection of awareness of a problem onto the therapist

Anxiety

  • Identifying the pathways of anxiety discharge
  • Offering cognitive summaries to regulate anxiety
  • Helping patients see and let go of defenses that prevent anxiety regulation
  • Blocking these defenses and inviting anxiety regulation
  • Regulating anxiety that is over the threshold for anxiety tolerance

Resisting the therapeutic task

  • Deactivating the projection of will onto others
  • Deactivating the projection of will onto the therapist
  • Deactivating projection and splitting

Resisting specificity

  • Generalization
  • Projection
  • Vagueness
  • Diversification
  • Denial

Benefits

  • Identify and address defenses immediately and effectively
  • Learn from 18+ studies
  • Gain proficiency at establishing a therapeutic alliance
  • Get moment-by-moment analysis and coaching
  • Practice at home or on your commute
  • Thousands of hours of experience distilled
  • Learn eighteen techniques so well they are automatic

Course 2:  Overcoming Resistance, part 2

Includes: when the patient resists feelings, when the patient is resisting emotional closeness with the therapist

Length: 4 + hours
Cost: $97
Format: five mp3 files

More information about Course 2

Overview

Ever feel like you’re working too hard with a client and getting nowhere? You don’t need to let your client’s defenses block progress.

For the first time ever, we’re making part two of our psychotherapy skill-building audio studies public. Previously available only via multi-year training programs, this audio course teaches you how to quickly identify and address subtle resistances used by highly resistant patients. If you have tried to explore feelings with patients and got nowhere, these studies will show you what to do.

How It Works

In this practice-oriented course, you are the therapist asking me scripted questions, and I am your ‘patient’, responding with defenses. You will intervene. Then I will give you a recommended answer and offer some teaching and supervision along the way, reinforcing the intervention technique and theoretical framework.

As we explore numerous examples of each defense, you’ll have ample practice time to learn how to recognize defenses immediately and intervene effectively. You’ll rapidly improve your assessment and intervention skills and learn to handle problems easily that would have stumped you in the past.

Defense Work You’ll Learn to Do

Defense against Feelings: When the Patient Resists Feelings

  • Defenses against giving a specific example
  • Differentiating stimulus from feeling
  • Blocking defenses by inviting feelings
  • Blocking defenses by labeling the defense and inviting feelings
  • Defenses against feeling: vagueness, diversification, hypothetical speech, cover words, and rationalization
  • Maintaining a focus on feelings in a current relationship: differentiating feelings from defenses
  • Defenses against grief

Working with Resistance: When the Patient is Resisting Emotional Closeness with the Therapist

The most common problem therapists encounter with resistant patients is not recognizing when the patient shifts from resisting feelings to resisting emotional closeness with the therapist. These are the first studies ever developed to help you acquire this special set of skills. It is impossible to succeed with highly resistant patients unless you have these skills:

  • Identifying the resistance to emotional closeness
  • Identifying the resistance to emotional closeness and inviting feelings
  • Identifying the resistance to emotional closeness and inviting feelings: an endurance study
  • Clarification and challenge of the resistance
  • Clarifying the function of defense and mobilizing the patient’s will to the task
  • Clarifying the price of the defense
  • Pointing out the resistance to emotional closeness and inviting feelings toward the therapist
  • Maintaining an effective focus when there is resistance to emotional closeness
  • Projection of the superego

Before you buy part two of this comprehensive multi-part skill-building audio course, we recommend you do the first set of audio studies first. This set of studies is more complex and it builds on the earlier set of studies. Your learning will be faster and more efficient if you do the first set of studies first.

Benefits

  • Identify and address defenses and resistances immediately and effectively
  • Study from 4+ hours of studies to learn 21 new skills
  • Gain proficiency at identifying and blocking resistances that can prevent a therapeutic alliance from forming
  • Get moment-by-moment analysis and coaching
  • Practice at home or on your commute
  • Thousands of hours of experience distilled into over 4 hours on 5 mp3 files
  • Learn twenty one techniques so well that they become automatic

Skill-building in Dutch

$30

More information about Skill-building exercises in Dutch

Skill-Building Exercises in Dutch

Learn to be more skillful as a therapist!

These deliberate practice exercises are designed to teach you some of the most important skills for developing a therapeutic alliance. Much like learning a new language, each exercise teaches you a new therapeutic skill. And the experiential role-plays with a Dutch speaker will help you not only learn the skills cognitively but experience them emotionally, creating an integrative learning experience. 

You will learn to:

-identify and regulate patients’ anxiety

-deactivate patients’ projection of their wish to do therapy

-help patients develop an effective therapeutic focus

-identify and block patient behaviors that would prevent progress

-identify signs of impending dropout

You will hear the Dutch speaker play the patient. You will respond. And the person playing the patient will tell you the right answer, then continue the role play on the recording. Just like with learning a language, the more you practice, the more skilled you will be, and the more effective your work will become. This translation and audio was done by Gerrie Bloothoofd.


Fragile Patients

Two options for purchase: Introductory or Comprehensive

Introductory Skills:

Includes 21 introductory skills
Audio course: $97

Comprehensive Skills

Includes all of the 21 introductory skills plus 40 more skills
Audio course: $197

More information about the Fragile Patient course

Overview

Do your clients get flooded with anxiety? Do your clients sometimes confuse you with their projections? Do you have clients whose denial prevents them from forming a productive therapeutic alliance? Then these skill-building exercises are for you.

For the first time, we’re making these psychotherapy skill-building audio studies public. Previously, only some of these studies were available through multi-year training programs. Now, this audio course will teach you how to quickly identify and address subtle defenses used by fragile patients. You will learn how to build capacity in fragile patients gradually and safely. If you have tried to explore feelings with fragile patients and got nowhere, these studies will show you how to tailor your work to the patient’s capacities.

How It Works

In this practice-oriented course, you are the therapist asking me scripted questions. And I am your “patient”, responding with excessive anxiety or defenses. You will intervene. Then I will give you a recommended answer and teach and supervise you along the way, showing you how to assess the patient’s strengths and weaknesses, so you can help the patient. Through the alternation of teaching and skill building, I’ll show you how to put your knowledge into effective practice.

As we explore numerous examples of each defense, you’ll have ample practice time to learn how to recognize defenses immediately and intervene effectively. You’ll rapidly improve your skills and learn to handle problems easily that would have stumped you in the past.

Skills You’ll Acquire

Stage one: Establishing an internal problem to work on

Detour one: Anxiety

  • Assessing anxiety
  • Exploring symptoms to regulate anxiety
  • Anxiety identification and regulation
  • Mobilizing attention to anxiety
  • Identifying defenses which prevent anxiety regulation
  • Blocking those defenses, and then regulating anxiety
  • Building the capacity to pay attention to anxiety

Stage one: Establishing an internal emotional problem

Detour two: defense

  • Non-problems
  • Diversification: changing the topic
  • Vagueness
  • Intellectualization and rationalization
  • Projection of awareness onto others (“they think I have a problem”)
  • Projection of awareness onto the therapist (“you think I should…”)
  • Review exercise
  • Denial (“I don’t have a problem”)

Stage two a: Declaring will to work on the problem

  • Inviting the experience of will
  • Projection of will onto others
  • Projection of will onto the therapist
  • Deactivating defiance
  • Anxiety when patients declare their will
  • Review exercise: Moving from no alliance to alliance

Stage two b: Mobilization of Will to the Task

  • Deactivating projection of will
  • Mobilizing will to the task
  • Resistance to the task: regulating anxiety
  • Deactivating Defiance
  • Deactivating Projection of will (You think I should…)
  • Deactivating Projection of Will by Using the Patient’s Metaphors
  • Denial through fantasy
  • Denial through fantasy II
  • Denial through fantasy III
  • Denial through words
  • Denial per se
  • Identifying and deactivating projection
  • Identifying and deactivating projection
  • Projection of the ability to think
  • Projection of criticism (“I’m afraid of what you think of me.”)
  • Dishonesty with the therapist—the patient who lies
  • Reflection to build motivation for change in severely mentally ill patients
  • Reflection of ambivalence (“I want to and I don’t want to.”)
  • Reflection for psychotic patients
  • Reflection with a Drug Addict Who Wants to Relapse

Drop out warnings

  • Discussing lack of change
  • How to see warnings of drop out—-how to hear unconscious communications in the patient’s words
  • Learning to identify behaviors in life that predict dropout in therapy

Stage three: Declaring a specific example

  • Defenses against giving a specific example
  • Vagueness
  • Where are we on the triangle of conflict?
  • Formulate the conflict that causes the patient’s problems

Stage Four a: Building Capacity in the Fragile Patient:

Tolerating Feelings inside without Projecting them Outside

  • Inviting feeling gradually—dosing your language to the patient’s capacity
  • Inviting consciousness of splitting
  • Deactivating projection through inviting internal experience
  • Intervening before patients project their will
  • Building capacity when the patient’s anxiety goes too high
  • Building capacity with patients who engage in self-attack and self-neglect
  • Building consciousness of splitting: learning to tolerate conflict
  • Deactivating a paranoid transference

Stage Four b: Building Capacity in Repression: Pressure to Mixed Feelings Toward the Therapist—-concept of thresholds

  • Building the capacity to bear feelings without self-attack or depression
  • Addressing somatization due to tension
  • Building the capacity to bear feelings without somatizing

Benefits

  • Identify and address defenses immediately and effectively
  • Study from 11+ hours of studies to learn 60 new skills
  • Become proficient at identifying and blocking defenses that can stop a therapeutic alliance from forming
  • Get moment-by-moment analysis and coaching
  • Practice at home or on your commute
  • Thousands of hours of experience distilled into over 11 hours on mp3 files
  • Learn sixty skills so well that they become automatic

Outcome

We tested the effectiveness of ISTDP in a pilot study working with an inpatient ISTDP drug rehab unit. After six months, 17% of the patients from the control group were still sober in contrast to 48% of the patients in the ISTDP group. The ISTDP group of drug counselors studied almost forty of these skill-building exercises. Follow-up research on skill-building is occurring at four facilities this year.

See What Therapists Say About these Audio Studies

“Jon Frederickson has created a superb set of audio training programs… These recordings have added a dimension to my skill building that I have not been able to achieve through my other learning methods. To me the secret lies in the succinct introduction of the skills and the repeated exercises. Jon guides the listener in an interactive way through various therapeutic scenarios. Each module is clearly introduced and focused on a single skill, with various examples given on each technique. Jon then takes you through various practice runs to help you think through and internalize the skill. He builds your confidence gradually to deal with complexity so that you never feel overwhelmed. 
I noticed the effects in my clinical practice immediately. Jon’s clear instructions are sound bite long and easy to remember, and because of the practice runs with the tapes, I found myself able to immediately incorporate the skills within my established practice. Importantly, the recordings highlight the core ISTDP skills so succinctly that it has given me a renewed appreciation of how important it is not to rush the basics (such as clarifying the problem and the client’s will/motivation). I would recommend these recordings to anyone who is interested in learning the ISTDP method. Thank you for making this available Jon. These skill-building guides have proved an essential aid to my learning the ISTDP method through your clear and focused introduction to the therapeutic skill set. I look forward to future releases.”
 Anthony Theuninck, Psychologist, United Kingdom

“The Skill-building audio course is a great learning tool for ISTDP practitioners at all levels. The exercises are very well structured, the learning objectives and how to get there are crystal clear, and Jon Frederickson is, as always, a very inspiring teacher. I can highly recommend the skill-building audio course. Thanks again, Jon!” Allan E. Larsen, Clinical psychologist, President, Danish Society for ISTDP

“I want to thank Jon Frederickson for making this audio course available. Even though I have been studying ISTDP literature and in a core study group for three years, this audio course still proved to be a wonderful learning experience. It reviewed how to handle defenses that are blocks patients frequently (and unconsciously) erect. Jon acts in the course as the patient in role-plays and then waits as the listener gives a response. Then Jon gives a response that would probably be effective. The repetition and drilling helped my competence in ISTDP.”

 Deborah Cole, Ph.D., USA 


“I’m so glad that I purchased these skill building audio recordings. For several years I have been seeking guidance as to how to work around patients’ defenses to help them tap into their emotions. The books that I have read and the psychologists with whom I have consulted have failed to address the techniques that Jon addresses in these recordings. They are basic concepts but they had never occurred to me and they are really important. For example, you ask a patient how her father’s behavior made her feel and she responds “It made me feel disappointed.” That’s actually not a feeling, that’s what happened to her, her father disappointed her. So you can’t just take that as the answer to how that made her feel. You’ve got to dig deeper and he teaches you how. I also like that these are in an audio format so you can put them on your iPod. The other day I listened to 3 hours of them while I was painting my office and it made the time go much faster and I learned a lot. I think I will end up listening to them over and over again to solidify the concepts. Looking forward to the release of the next set of recordings!”

 Jeremy Bartz, Ph.D., USA

“Love so much the first set. Can’t wait to have the next series of skill building exercises. When will they come out?” Nicole Lediard, MSW, Indonesia

With these mp3 files, therapists around the world are becoming more skilled!


Comprehensive Skill Building for Working with Highly Resistant Patients

Includes 56 skills for working with highly resistant patients

Audio course: $197, includes a pdf file of the manuscript so you can read it, study it, and practice it with colleagues

More information about Working with Highly Resistant Patients

Overview

Do you have patients where you get stuck? Maybe they become passive and helpless. Or they become oppositional. Or you find yourself trying to explore feelings and the patient says, “I don’t have feelings.” Or, “I don’t know how to feel.” In response, you find yourself overworking and the patient is underworking. These skill-building exercises are for you.
We are often taught to see the ways patients avoid feelings, but we aren’t usually taught to recognize how patients avoid emotional closeness in therapy. We aren’t taught how to recognize old attachment patterns that prevent us from forming a therapeutic alliance. That’s what these studies will do.
We’ve developed these studies over the past ten years with hundreds of therapists. And we’ve refined them in response to their feedback. As a result, our students keep telling us that they are able to help patients they weren’t able to help before. You can imagine their excitement when practicing skills leads to increased effectiveness.
For the first time, we’re making these skill-building audio studies public. Previously, only some of these studies were available through multi-year training programs. Now, this audio course will teach you how to quickly identify and address subtle defenses used by highly resistant patients. You will learn how to help resistant patients see their relational defenses, the behaviors they use that defeat their relationships. If you have tried to explore feelings with resistant patients and got nowhere, these studies will show you how to recognize patients’ relational behaviors with you in the here and now. And you will learn how to intervene systematically in a stepwise fashion that builds the patient’s capacity for emotional closeness.

How It Works

In this practice-oriented course, you are the therapist asking me scripted questions. And I am your “patient”, responding with excessive defenses. You will intervene. Then I will give you a recommended answer and teach and supervise you along the way, showing you how to assess the patient’s strengths and weaknesses, so you can help the patient. Through the alternation of teaching and skill building, I’ll show you how to put your knowledge into effective practice. This is like an audio language course, except you’re learning a new language of therapy.
As we explore numerous examples of each defense, you’ll have ample practice time to learn how to recognize defenses immediately and intervene effectively. You’ll rapidly improve your skills and learn to handle problems easily that would have stumped you in the past.

Skills You’ll Acquire

Audio Lecture: Theory and technique of working with highly resistant patients

Step one: draw the patient’s attention to the way he is relating to you

  • Making links to the task—pivots to the problem
  • Using the unconscious therapeutic alliance for defense work
  • Deactivating projection of will in the first session
  • Making links from current relationships to the therapy relationship
  • Using the current relationship to ask about the therapy relationship

Step Two: Identification—help the patient see his relational defenses

  • Addressing signs of emerging resistance
  • When the patient objects to resistance Identification
  • Identifying the resistance to the patient
  • Endurance in identifying the patient’s relational behaviors and inviting feelings

Step Three: Clarification—help the patient see the price and function of his relational defenses

  • Identifying the relational behaviors, and clarifying the price and function of the resistance
  • Identifying and clarifying the price of the patient’s relational behaviors—Detachment
  • Identifying and clarifying the price of the patient’s relational behaviors: helplessness
  • Identifying and clarifying the passive transference resistance

Step Four: Challenging the Resistance—asking the patient what he wants to do

  • The Phase of challenge with a helpless transference resistance
  • Challenging the resistance
  • Identifying relational behaviors moving to challenge
  • Resistance identification, clarification, and challenge in the phase of asking for a problem

Step Five: Heightening conflict between the patient’s Resistance and his wish to become well

  • From challenge to heightening the conflict between the patient’s resistance and his wish to become well
  • From identification to challenge to head-on collision
  • Resistance identification, clarification, and challenge
  • Resistance identification, clarification, challenge, and head on collision
  • Deactivating the omnipotent transference: when the patient expects you to do all the work
  • Deactivating the patient’s identification with the resistance
  • The helpless transference resistance, from resistance identification to head-on collision
  • Identification, clarification, challenge, and head-on collision: endurance process exercise
  • Resistance Process Study: deactivating the passive/omnipotent transference: when the patient waits for you to change him
  • Projection of the unconscious therapeutic alliance: when the patient invites you to be the spokesperson for his healthy longings, while he argues with them
  • Identify and deactivate defiance
  • Passive transference resistance process exercise
  • Short range head-on collision
  • Character resistance: the patient who resists from the initial moments of therapy
  • Mirroring the resistance
  • Identification with the resistance—mirroring the crystallized passive resistance
  • Identification with the resistance: Mirroring the detached transference resistance
  • Mirroring the resistance to develop conflict within the patient
  • Mirroring the superego in the superego resistance
  • Mirroring the superego resistance: when the patient idealizes suffering
  • Projection of will
  • Blocking projection and mirroring denial in the highly resistant helpless patient
  • Deactivating a defiant transference resistance
  • Head on collisions to a character resistance
  • Deactivating projection of will in high resistance
  • Defenses with highly resistant criminals: when criminals invite you to collude with their defenses

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Versions in additional languages

Comprehensive Skill Building for Working with Highly Resistant Patients in Swedish – $197

Omfattande färdighetsövningar för att jobba med patienter med högt motstånd


Comprehensive Skill Building for Working with Highly Resistant Patients in Danish – $197

Færdighedsøvelser til at arbejde med klienter med høj grad af modstand og affektisolation

Description of the course in Danish

Færdighedsøvelser til at arbejde med klienter med høj grad af modstand og affektisolation

Har du klienter, hvor du oplever, at processen går i stå? Måske bliver klienterne passive og hjælpeløse. Måske bliver klienterne trodsige. Måske oplever du, at når du spørger til klientens følelser, så svarer klienten ”Jeg har ingen følelser” eller ”Jeg ved ikke, hvordan jeg skal føle”. Og når det sker, så har du måske lagt mærke til, at du så er mere aktiv og over-arbejder, mens klienten er mere passiv og under-arbejder.

Hvis du kan nikke genkendende til noget af ovenstående, så er disse færdighedsøvelser lige noget for dig!

Vi lærer som regel, hvordan vi skal få øje på, at klienter undviger deres følelser, men ofte lærer vi ikke, hvordan vi skal få øje på, at klienter undviger følelsesmæssig nærhed med terapeuten. Vi lærer ikke, hvordan vi skal få øje på gamle tilknytningsmønstre, som forhindrer, at klienten kan danne en terapeutisk alliance med terapeuten. Og det er netop dette, som disse færdighedsøvelser vil lære dig.

Øvelserne er udviklet gennem de seneste 10 år med flere hundrede terapeuter. Og via deres feedback er øvelserne løbende blevet justeret og forbedret. Igen og igen melder vores studerende tilbage, at de er blevet bedre i stand til at hjælpe klienter, som de tidligere ikke kunne hjælpe. Du kan sikkert forestille dig deres begejstring, når de opnår bedre resultater ved at have trænet med disse færdighedsøvelser.

Som noget helt nyt gør vi nu disse færdighedsøvelser offentligt tilgængelige på dansk. Tidligere er det kun nogle af øvelserne, som har været tilgængelige i flerårige uddannelsesforløb. Nu kan du gennem disse øvelser lære, hvordan du hurtigt kan identificere og adressere den type subtile forsvar, som klienter med høj grad af modstand benytter. Du vil lære, hvordan du kan hjælpe klienter med modstand til at se deres relationelle forsvar – den adfærd de har, som ødelægger deres relationer. Hvis du har prøvet at fokusere på og undersøge følelser hos en klient med modstand og ikke er kommet nogen vegne, så vil disse øvelser vise dig, hvordan du kan få øje på klienters relationelle adfærd sammen med dig i nuet. Og du vil lære hvordan du kan intervenere på en systematisk og trinvis måde, som opbygger klienters kapacitet til følelsesmæssig nærhed.

Sådan fungerer øvelserne

Træningen med færdighedsøvelserne fungerer som rollespil, hvor du vil have rollen som terapeut, som stiller mig foruddefinerede spørgsmål. Jeg vil fungere som din ”klient”, som svarer dig på en forsvarspræget måde. Din opgave vil så være at intervenere ift. disse forsvar. Herefter vil jeg give dig en anbefalet intervention samt undervise og hjælpe dig hen ad vejen ved at vise dig, hvordan du vurderer klientens styrker og svagheder, så du kan hjælpe klienten. Ved at veksle mellem undervisning og færdighedstræning vil jeg vise dig, hvordan du kan omsætte din viden til handling, så du opnår bedre resultater. Det er ligesom et audiokursus ift. sprogundervisning, og det sprog du vil lære her, er terapiens sprog.

Du vil få rig mulighed for træne og lære, hvordan du hurtigt kan genkende forsvar og intervenere effektivt i disse talrige eksempler på hvert forsvar. Du vil hurtigt forbedre dine færdigheder og lære let at håndtere problemer, der tidligere ville have forvirret dig.

Færdigheder du vil opnå

Via et indledende foredrag vil du opnå viden om teori og teknik i arbejdet med klienter med høj grad af modstand

Trin ét: At henlede klientens opmærksomhed på, hvordan han relaterer sig til dig

  • At indkredse problemet
  • At bruge den ubevidste terapeutiske alliance til forsvarsarbejde
  • At deaktivere projektion af vilje i den første session
  • At lave koblinger mellem nuværende relationer og relationen til terapeuten
  • At bruge en nuværende relation som afsæt til at spørge om relationen til terapeuten

Trin to: Identificering – at hjælpe klienten til at se sine relationelle forsvar

  • At adressere tegn på begyndende modstand
  • At håndtere når klienten modsætter sig identificering af modstand
  • At identificere modstanden for klienten
  • At være udholdende ift. at identificere klientens relationelle handlinger samt invitere til at mærke følelser

Trin tre: Klarificering – at hjælpe klienten til at se hans relationelle forsvars funktion samt hvad prisen er ved at benytte dem

  • At identificere de relationelle handlinger og klarificere modstandens pris og funktion
  • At identificere og klarificere prisen ved klientens relationelle handlinger – distancering
  • At identificere og klarificere prisen ved klientens relationelle handlinger – hjælpeløshed
  • At identificere og klarificere den passive overføringsmodstand

Trin fire: Udfordring af modstanden – at spørge klienten hvad han vil gøre

  • At håndtere udfordringsfasen med en hjælpeløs overføringsmodstand
  • At udfordre modstanden
  • At arbejde med processen fra identificering af relationelle handlinger til udfordring
  • At arbejde med identificering, klarificering og udfordring i fasen med at indkredse problemet

Trin fem: At øge konflikten mellem klientens modstand og hans ønske om at få det godt

  • At arbejde med processen fra udfordring til at øge konflikten mellem klientens modstand og hans ønske om at få det godt
  • At arbejde med processen fra identificering til udfordring til head-on collision
  • At arbejde med identificering, klarificering og udfordring af modstand
  • At arbejde med identificering, klarificering, udfordring af modstand og head-on collision med modstand
  • At deaktivere den omnipotente overføring: når klienten forventer, at du gør hele arbejdet
  • At deaktivere klientens identifikation med modstanden
  • At arbejde med den hjælpeløse overføringsmodstand – fra identificering af modstand til head-on collision
  • At være udholdende i processen med identificering, klarificering, udfordring og head-on collision
  • At deaktivere den passive/omnipotente overføring: når klienten venter på, at du skal ændre ham
  • At håndtere projektion af den ubevidste terapeutiske alliance: når klienten inviterer dig til at være talsmand for hans sunde længsler og behov, mens han selv opponerer mod dem
  • At identificere og deaktivere trodsighed
  • At håndtere processen med den passive overføringsmodstand
  • At foretage en kort head-on collision
  • At arbejde med karaktermodstand: klienten som modsætter sig fra første færd i terapien
  • At spejle modstanden
  • At håndtere identifikation med modstanden – at spejle den krystalliserede passive overføring
  • At håndtere identifikation med modstanden – at spejle den distancerede overføringsmodstand
  • At spejle modstanden for at udvikle konflikt indeni klienten
  • At spejle overjeget i overjegsmodstand
  • At spejle overjegsmodstand: når klienten idealiserer lidelse
  • At håndtere projektion af vilje
  • At blokere projektion og spejle benægtelse i hjælpeløse klienter med høj grad af modstand
  • At deaktivere den trodsige overføringsmodstand
  • At lave head-on collision med karaktermodstand
  • At deaktivere projektion af vilje ved høj grad af modstand
  • At håndtere forsvar hos kriminelle med høj grad af modstand: når kriminelle inviterer dig til at samarbejde med deres forsvar.

Comprehensive Skill Building for Working with Highly Resistant Patients in Polish – $65

Z wiela radością przedstawiam polską wersję językową ćwiczeń opracowanych przez Jona Fredericksona.

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Jon Frederickson korzystając z własnych doświadczeń z pacjentami oraz z doświadczeń superwizorskich opracował zestaw ćwiczeń  pozwalających  budować i doskonalić umiejętność precyzyjnego formułowania 

interwencji terapeutycznych w pracy z pacjentami charakteryzującymi się wysokim oporem podczas terapii.

Starannie dobrane ćwiczenia przeprowadzą cię krok po kroku poprzez fazy pracy terapeutycznej takie jak:

praca na określeniem problemu terapeutycznego, uzgadnianie zadań terapetuycznych, rozpoznawanie oporu przeniesieniowego, identyfikacja oporu i obron charakteru, rozpoznawanie sygnałów nieświadomego przymierza, przechodzenie od presji przez rzucanie wyzwania oporowi do sięgania po interwencje zderzenia czołowego z oporem.

Znajdziesz w nich podpowiedzi i rozwiązania typowych problemów, które ujawniają się w pracy z pacjentami ujawniającymi wysoki opór przed emocjonalna bliskością z terapeutą.

Sięgając po ten zbiór dowiesz się w oparciu o jakie zasady i jak formułować interwencje w róznych fazach pracy terapeutycznej. Będziesz miał/a/ także okazję ćwiczyć i doskonalić umiejętność wytrwalej pracy mimo nasilania się oporu pacjenta i narastania własnych uczuć przeciwprzeniesieniowych.

Zestaw zawiera 57 ćwiczeń- około 12 godzin nagrań oraz transkrypt nagrań.