From an interactive perspective, the author proposes a "theory of therapeutic action", focusing on what is healing in psychoanalysis, whether or not it evolves from "technique".
A detailed program for psychotherapists—the solution-focused, brief-therapy, problem-solving method of working with problem-drinker clients.
This anthology of case studies collects unique and recurring issues addressed by therapists in support of their gay and lesbian patients.
Dr. David Wexler describes an innovative treatment program for troubled adolescents that addresses central problems of the "self."
Demonstrates that a minor variation of Freud's trauma theory, known as brief therapy, can be seen as the core of all major modern therapies, from behaviour therapy to psychoanalysis.