Table of contents for The new contextual therapy : guiding the power of give and take / by Terry D. Hargrave & Franz Pfitzer.


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Preface......................................................................................................	0
Section One: The Dimensions of Contextual Therapy........................	0
Chapter One: The Basics of the Theory...............................................	0
Why are Theories or Models Necessary?.................................................	0
Introduction to Contextual Therapy.........................................................	0
The Interaction of the Relational Dimensions.........................................	0
Understanding the Therapeutic Goals in Each Dimension......................	0
Chapter Two: Just the Facts.................................................................	0
Factual Biological Concerns for Psychotherapists..................................	0
Factual Multicultural Concerns for Psychotherapists.............................	0
Factual Economic Concerns for Psychotherapists..................................	0
Chapter Three: It's Not Just Anxiety..................................................	0
Observations Concerning Essential Constructs......................................	0
Observations Concerning Brain Structure and Emotion........................	0
Contextual Therapy and Individual Psychology....................................	0
Chapter Four: It's How You Play the Game......................................	0
Why are Families So Important..............................................................	0
Conceptualizing Communication and Joining........................................	0
Frequent Problems and Interaction Traps...............................................	0
A Model for Systemic Interaction From a Contextual Perspective........	0
Chapter Five: The Drive to be Constructive or Destructive............	0
Essential Elements in the Dimension of Relational Ethics....................	0
Relational Ethics and Therapeutic Change............................................	0
Section Two: The Techniques of Contextual Therapy.....................	0
Chapter Six: Slapping the Face and Violations Impacting Self......	0
Interventions with Violations to the Sense of Self................................	0
Chapter Seven: Sinking Sand 
and Violations that Impact Relational Ethics...................................	0
Transformation of Family Resources Toward Strengths...................... 	0
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Contextual therapy, Family therapy, Psychotherapy, Interpersonal Relations, Professional Practice ethics