Case Studies in Emotion-Focused Treatment of Depression: A by Jeanne C. Watson

By Jeanne C. Watson

In Case reviews in Emotion-Focused therapy of melancholy: A comparability of fine and negative end result, authors Jeanne C. Watson, Rhonda N. Goldman, and Leslie S. Greenberg supply a behind-closed-doors examine short emotion-focused treatment (EFT) within the remedy of melancholy, taking pictures the cutting-edge of this crucial and well-known treatment. Six in-depth case stories 3 of which lead to a great consequence and 3 in a negative end result exemplify the rules of EFT and express how therapy progresses. The six consumers depicted range generally of their historical past, personalities, and ideology in regards to the roots in their melancholy, vividly demonstrating the application of EFT throughout a number situations. Meticulous session-by-session descriptions of the remedy procedure comprise huge discussion and postsession reviews utilizing a number of target technique measures. those measures remove darkness from consumers' moment-to-moment cognitive-affective processing and their views on self and others. the focal point on therapists' strategic offerings deepens readers' figuring out of the interplay among buyer and therapist as treatment unfolds. patron features that impact consequence are in comparison and mentioned to aid therapists establish who might or won't reap the benefits of short EFT. ultimately, the authors aid readers extra speedy establish whilst consumers will be having hassle in short EFT and current a collection of healing techniques for operating with those consumers.

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He said it was as if a bright light had come on in his brain. David resolved to stay in touch with his family and nurture the relationships that he had rediscovered. He was much happier with his life. He noted that he was enjoying his work, both his teaching and consulting, and began to make plans for the future. SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS On the outcome measures, David dropped from a 20 on the Beck Depression Inventory at the beginning of therapy to 0 at the end. His selfesteem increased by 16 points on the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Inventory, and his dysfunctional attitudes decreased by 25 points.

At work he felt stronger and more capable. He received positive feedback during the week that felt very good. He noted that he was not as self-critical and was trying to be much more supportive. During this session he wanted to work on his relationship with his wife. He realized how much she reminded him of his mother and how distant she appeared to be. After doing an empty-chair exercise, David realized that his depression prevented him from doing the little things around the house that his wife appreciated.

At the next session, David reported that he had been feeling more energetic. He went shopping for some clothes for himself and was able to be more expressive and assertive with others. He said he felt more relaxed and bubbly with ideas and plans that he wanted to implement. At work he felt stronger and more capable. He received positive feedback during the week that felt very good. He noted that he was not as self-critical and was trying to be much more supportive. During this session he wanted to work on his relationship with his wife.

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