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Transformational Relationships: Deciphering the Social Matrix in Psychotherapy Perfect Paperback – September 8, 2010
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With all the focus on specific techniques and specialized treatment approaches in professional discourse and practice, Dr. Dan Short s book comes as a welcome relief. In clear, engaging, and clinically useful terms, Dan focuses on the most important and empirically supported ingredient in successful psychotherapy: the relationship. I not only enjoyed reading and learning from Dan s personal and clinical experience, but also came away changed. --Scott D. Miller, PhD
This book is not just another book on the power of the therapeutic alliance to create change. It offers a whole new way to view this key relationship. The clinical stories are fascinating and lay out how the attuned stance of a skillful therapist can open a brave new world for clients no matter what their issues and problems. --Sue Johnson, EdD
In an age dominated by artificial electronic connections, Dr. Dan Short highlights the importance of face-to-face connection. He provides numerous research-enhanced stories that clearly describe how relationships are at the core of health and healing. This moving, wise and thoughtful book provides the necessary ingredients for transforming lives. --Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, ABPP
About the Author
Renown for his scholarly work in Ericksonian hypnosis and short-term therapy, Dan Short, Ph.D. is the lead author of the international best seller, Hope and Resiliency. After unearthing core strategies underlying Milton Erickson s therapeutic genius, Dr. Short explored new aspects of the therapist-patient bond, the most essential element for any successful therapy endeavor, which he describes in Transformational Relationships. Dr. Short has served as faculty for conferences both in the US and abroad; he has supervised the training of doctoral interns; and he has published numerous professional papers. Dr. Short maintains a private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona where he avidly learns from those who seek his help.
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