|Collaborative Practice in Psychology and Therapy (Haworth Practical Practice in Mental Health)
David A. Pare
Haworth Pr Inc 2004-02
* Introduction: Toward an Ethic of Hospitality
* Theory: Beyond Persuasion—Theorizing without Violence
* Chapter 1. Social Construction As Practical Theory: Lessons for Practice and Reflection in Psychotherapy
* Chapter 2. Therapy Theory After the Postmodern Turn
* Chapter 3. Collaboration Within a Pragmatic Tradition: The Psychotherapeutic Legacy of William James
* Chapter 4. Knowing More Than We Can Say
* Chapter 5. On the Way to “Presence”: Methods of a “Social Poetics”
* Chapter 6. Relational Attunement: Internal and External Reflections on Harmonizing with Clients
* Chapter 7. Talking About “Knowing-With” (Like A Team!)
* Chapter 8. A Room of Their Own
* Chapter 9. Young People and Adults in a Team Against Harassment: Bringing Forth Student Knowledge and Skill
* Chapter 10. Knowing-With: Moral Questions of Relationship
* Chapter 11. Countercultural Therapy: An Attempt to Match Pedagogy to Practice
* Chapter 12. Introducing Social Constructionist and Critical Psychology into Clinical Psychology Training
* Chapter 13. Storying Counselors: Producing Professional Selves in Supervision * Introduction
* Chapter 14. Power, Gender, and Accountability in Supervision
* Chapter 15. Respectful Super-Vision: Avoiding Relational Violence
|Furthering Talk: Advances in the Discursive Therapies
Table of contents
* Chapter 1 : Striving for Perspicuity: Talking Our Way Forward; Tom Strong and David Pare.
* Chapter 2 : Levinas: Therapy as Discourse Ethics; Glenn Larner with Peter Rober and Tom Strong.
* Chapter 3 : Acknowledging the Otherness of The Other: Poetic Knowing in Practice and the Fallacy of Misplaced Systematicity; Arlene Katz M. and John Shotter with Jaakko Siekkula.
* Chapter 4 : Narrating the Difference; Johnella Bird with Catherine Cook.
* Chapter 5 : Power, Authority, and Pointless Activity: The Developmental Discourse of Social Therapy; Lois Holzman and Fred Newman with Tom Strong.
* Chapter 6 : A Postmodern Collaborative Approach: A Family’s Reflections on “In-the-Room” and “On-the-Challenge Course” Therapy. It’s all Language; Harlene Anderson and Paul Burney with Sue Levin.
* Chapter 7 : The Client’s Nonverbal Utterances, Creative Understanding & the Therapist’s Inner Conversation; Peter Rober with Glenn Larner and David Pare
*Chapter 8 : Discursive Approaches to Clinical Research; Jerry Gale and John Lawless with Kathryn Roulston.
* Chapter 9 : Coming to Terms with Violence and Resistance: From a Language of Effects to a Language of Responses; Nick Todd and Alan Wade with Martine Renoux. * Chapter 10 : What’s Love Got to do with it? Managing Discursive Positions and Mediating Conflict Within a Heterosexual Love Relationship; Gerald Monk and Stacey L. Sinclair with Craig Smith.
* Chapter 11 : Certainties v. Epiphanies: Forensic Therapies and Adversarial Assessments; Tom Conran with Tom Strong and Bradford Keeney.
* Chapter 12 : Mesmerizing Violent Offenders with a Slice of Life: Drama and Reflexivity in the Treatment of Men who Abuse their Spouses; Bill Hanec with Don Baker.
* Chapter 13 : Radical Youthwork: Creating and Becoming Everyone; Hans Skott-Myhre with Jessica Skott-Myhre, Kathy Skott-Myrhe and Reggie Harris.
* Chapter 14 : Response-Able Practice: A Language of Gifts in the Institutions of Health Care; Christopher J. Kinman and Peter Finck with Lynn Hoffman
* Chapter 15 : Therapy as a Social Construction: Back to Basics and Forward toward Challenging Issues; Sheila McNamee with Lois Shawver.