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by Mark McConville

eBook Adolescence: Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Book Series) ePub
Author: Mark McConville
Language: English
ISBN: 0881632910
ISBN13: 978-0881632910
Publisher: Gestalt Press; 1 edition (February 1, 1998)
Pages: 296
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medical
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 990
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ePub file: 1289 kb
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He is on the faculty of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.

He is on the faculty of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. In addition, he serves as clinical consultant for the Shaker Heights Youth Center and is affiliated consultant for Hathaway Brown School and University School, both in the greater Cleveland area.

His book Adolescence: Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self (Jossey-Bass, 1995) was awarded the 1995 Nevis Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Gestalt Therapy theory. Co-Chair, Advanced Training Program in Child/Adolescent Therapy, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. Senior Professional Staff, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Cleveland Ohio.

Book details Author : Mark McConville Pages : 304 pages Publisher : Jossey-Bass In. U.

Mark is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Cleveland, OH. .

Mark is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Cleveland, OH specializing in adolescent and family psychology. He is currently working on a book on parenting and the development of the family field. Jacqueline mclemore, phd, bcc faculty. Jacquie is an organizational consultant with over 20 years experience as a change management consultant, executive and life coach.

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Adolescence: Psycotherapy and the Emergent Self (GESTALT INSTITUTE OF CLEVELAND PUBLICATION). In every chapter, her love and practical wisdom shine through her words.

He teaches and trains nationally and internationally.

Adolescence : Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self. He outlines the Developmental Tasks Model, which describes adolescents' struggles, "temporary insanity," and ultimately, triumph of development.

Articles and books published in English by Kurt Koffka had also popularized Gestalt psychology in the United States . Adolescence: Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1995.

Articles and books published in English by Kurt Koffka had also popularized Gestalt psychology in the United States beginning in 1922, and both Koffka and Köhler received invitations to lecture in America throughout the 1920s. By the early 1930s, however, the Gestalt school had become subordinated to the reigning enthusiasm for behaviorism, a movement antithetical to its principles.

Many therapists can attest to the fact that adolescents can be difficult and frustating clients-problems are seldom well defined, clearly delineated symptoms are more exception than the rule, and troubling situations often involve the entire family. Gestalt therapist Mark McConville draws on his more than twenty years of professional experience to offer clinicians an effective model for understanding and treating adolescents. He outlines the Developmental Tasks Model, which describes adolescents' struggles, "temporary insanity," and ultimately, triumph of development. He clearly demonstrates that the Gestalt therapeutic model bridges the theoretical and clinical gap, and offers an indepth exploration of the various aspects of clinical work. Adolescence offers valuable nuts-and-bolts advice on initiating therapy with adolescents who are not yet ready to do the self-reflective, exploratory work. In addition, the book examines the therapeutic method of engaging and cultivating the adolescent's emerging inner world. With perception and sensitivity, McConville explains how the clinician can guide the adolescent in the very personal and subjective process of birthing and existential self.

The book details the process of the creative reorganization of the self during adolescence and explores the changes that take place in the adolescent's relationships with peers, parents, and others in the adult world. The author also tracks the interplay of intrapsychic and interpersonal boundary development and shows how this interplay manifests itself in relationships and evolves from early through late adolescence. The Gestalt model of therapy allows the clinician to make sense of the confusion of the adolescent world and map out the multiple possibilities of clinical interventions.

EROROHALO
The writing can be dense for some, but I've actually found it quite rich. As a graduate student in clinical psychology this book has been very useful for my master's paper and individual work with teens.
Samugul
Hard to read - very wordy
Had to get it for course I was doing but I use it as a reference and Im glad I bought it
Vushura
this book provided an excellent look at the issues the adolescent faces during those difficult years of emerging from childhood into adulthood. the book is excellent background for anyone who works with adolscents. it is readable and informative.
Moonworm
McConville views adolescence not simply as a time of 'storm and stress' for the young person, but as a process of development which influences the adolescent and his/her whole environment. The theme of development and therapy with this age group is, for the author, CONTACT. He offers a rich, engaging and experience-near description of how the adolescent's capacity for intrapsychic and interpersonal contact develops - and at the same time, how the environment's capacity to contact the adolescent also develops. This book is so helpful and instructive in teaching the adolescent therapist about the art of making meaningful contact with the young people we meet.
McConville's writing vividly captures the heart of adolescent process - this is the reason it is the core text for my students in a post-graduate training in adolescent psychotherapy.
If you work with adolescents, this one is a must!
in waiting
Written with an easy flow so it is quite comfortable reading. A great aid for psychotherapists.
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