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From his thirty-five years as a practicing psychiatrist and as an award-winning author, Irvin D. Yalom imparts his unique wisdom in "The Gift of Therapy." This remarkable guidebook for successful therapy is, as Yalom remarks, "an idiosyncratic mElange of ideas and techniques that I have found useful in my work. These ideas are so personal, opinionated, and occasionally original that the reader is unlikely to encounter them elsewhere. I selected the eighty-five categories in this volume randomly guided by my passion for the task rather than any particular order or system."
At once startlingly profound and irresistibly practical, Yalom's insights will help enrich the therapeutic process for a new generation of patients and counselors.
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July 31, 2011
Pushes the boundaries of modern therapy. The man touches his clients! Physically! OMG! Not only that, but he recommends that therapists should allow space between clients to digest and record and not fill every available therapeutic minute chasing another $! How wonderful, that we can still behav...
September 30, 2014
A fabulous book I would recommend to any aspiring or current therapist. Irvin Yalom writes concise and easy-to-read chapters that span several pertinent psychological topics, such as how to exude empathy and when to self-disclose. He hits on unique subjects like the relationship between sex and t...
July 15, 2015
My fourth Yalom book, this text was the perfect supplement to my Masters course in Psychology (actually sometimes the uni course felt like a supplement to the book!). In an age of “don’t touch your clients” and “don’t let your clients into your life”, comes such advice as “Let your patients matte...
February 02, 2017
همزمان اشتیاق فراوان به درمانگر شدن پیدا کرده، و از درمانگری ترسیدم.
بعضی فصلها عالی بودند. جز قسمتهایی که به وجدم میآوردند، فصول ۳۹ و ۴۶ هم برای کمک به دو سه نفر از کسانی که با هم صحبت میکنیم خیلی کارآمد به نظر رسیدند. البته وقتی میخوانیشان میبینی انگار نکتههای کلی و خیلی بدیهی هستند، ولی خوب، مع...
May 12, 2016
عالی بود و فوق العاده کاربردی... نه فقط برای بیمار و درمانگر؛ که برای یه خواننده معمولی که میخواد بتونه بهتر خودش رو کاوش کنه، عکس العمل ها رو ببینه و درک کنه و ارتباط بهتری رو بسازه.
کتاب تقریبا تمامِ مباحثی که یه درمانگر احتیاج داره رو داخل خودش جای داده، بعضی مباحث کوتاه و در حد یک صفحه هستن ام...
July 29, 2012
I started this book in an independent study in the last semester of a my MSSW. This was an exciting and wholly overwhelming time as season of school was ending and the season of getting a job and actually "doing the damn thing" was starting. I felt like I had a precious handful things I that I kn...
February 10, 2017
یالوم نکاتی ریز از درمانگری را در این کتاب با روانشناسات در میان میگذارد که قابل توجهاند، با این حال نحوه ارائه این اصول و نوع چارچوببندیاش گاه پراکنده به نظر میرسید و گاه تیتروار رها میشد.
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December 05, 2008
I have the impression that many books on therapy in the self-help section are full of watered-down insight and oft-repeated platitudes,like clever pats on the back repackaged a thousand times before---but this book is nothing like that. Yalom is widely considered a contemporary genius in the fiel...
October 25, 2007
A professor recommended How Can I Help? to budding social workers, and I'm recommending The Gift of Therapy. It's quite possible that no one in the world can really understand why we do what we do except for others in the profession, and this "open letter" is an excellent resource to remind us to...
May 10, 2015
Process, Process, Process
You simply cannot ignore Yalom. Every psychologist can benefit from reading his work regardless of their clinical approach, so did I.
I love the way he writes and how this book is structured. There are 85 chapters in total and each “chapter” consists of no mor...