9 edition of Metaphor and meaning in psychotherapy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-191) and index.
|Statement||Ellen Y. Siegelman.|
|LC Classifications||RC489.M47 S54 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||0898624312, 0898620147|
|LC Control Number||90002726|
Jun 22, · Metaphors in Psychiatry. June 22, Psychotherapy can be likened to a reprogramming of our brain through experience (e.g. The experience of a good therapeutic relationship or success in exposure therapy). The brain training metaphor. We all have many experience of getting better or stronger with training or practice. The same Author: Kjetil Mellingen. Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy by Ellen Y Siegelman starting at $ Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
Metaphor is a form of figurative language, often described as facilitating the understanding of one thing in terms of another. In the comparison between two seemingly dissimilar concepts, the meaning of the first is carried over to help illuminate the second. Metaphors are valuable tools in the counseling process because they create structure, explain ideas, . First espoused by the psychiatrist Thomas Szasz in his classic book The Myth of Mental Illness and paper of the same title, this is an argument I am well familiar with and supported for.
Introduction --Language for metaphor --Delivery of metaphor --Basic metaphor--structure and development --Analysis of published metaphors --Advanced metaphor --Richard R. Kopp's metaphor therapy --Guided metaphor --Reframing as metaphor --Metaphoric psychotherapy and hypnotherapy --Ambiguous-function assignment as metaphor --Ordeal therapy as. Metaphor Therapy introduces two important new methods for using metaphor as an intervention technique in psychotherapy - both involving client-generated metaphors, rather than the traditional metaphoric intervention suggested by the therapist. It will also enable the therapist to access and employ the client's own insight to stimulate positive growth and vega-books.comn as a training manual for 4/5(1).
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Aug 21, · Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy is a rare book in our field, one in which the medium and the message are in harmony. Siegelman's prose is elegant, studded with stunning imagery and clearly articulated ideas." --Naomi Ruth Lowinsky in Psychological Perspectives5/5(2).
Jul 08, · Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy is a rare book in our field, one in which the medium and the message are in harmony. Siegelman's prose is elegant, studded with stunning imagery and clearly articulated ideas." --Naomi Ruth Lowinsky in Psychological Perspectives5/5(2).
Jan 30, · [This book] introduces two important new methods for using metaphor as an intervention technique in psychotherapy - both involving client-generated metaphors, rather than the traditional metaphoric intervention suggested by the therapist.4/4(6).
In this intriguing work, Ellen Siegelman presents metaphor as a form of symbolization uniquely suited to bridging the known and unknown, the conscious and unconscious, the personal and universal.
She demonstrates how metaphor, while drawing upon one's most concrete bodily experience, points to an immensely rich area of imaginative life. The work offers an abundance of clinical data to. May 15, · Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
When therapists hear patients talk of feeling impri /5. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
Oct 15, · Metaphor And Meaning In Psychotherapy by Y. Siegelman Ellen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Jul 05, · Metaphor is represented in the context of transference, where the meaning from a relationship is unconsciously transferred into the moment (Modell, ).
For therapists who seek to use transference deliberately in session, metaphor may be a way to explore this dynamic. Oct 15, · "Siegelman's book on metaphor is a welcome addition to any therapist's library because it cannot fail to sensitize the reader to the countless ways in which novel uses of language can function in a clinical setting.
Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy is a rare book in our field, one in which the medium and the message are in harmony Pages: Sep 17, · In the coming weeks we’ll take a closer look at some of the experiential techniques that can be used throughout the course of ACT, as well as ways to use language and metaphor to achieve favorable outcomes.
For more on the use of metaphors in ACT specifically, check out The Big Book of ACT Metaphors. References. The study of metaphor in psychotherapy is undergoing a ‘contextual turn’, shifting emphasis from global mechanisms underlying metaphors and therapeutic change to their naturally occurring.
Oct 08, · On many occasions, using a powerful metaphor can turn a session around and bring therapist and client to a new level of teamwork, especially as metaphors often evoke laughter and positive emotion, while limiting defensiveness. Metaphors in therapy, as in life, are so powerful because they.
METAPHOR IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: A book for sensitive people interested in personal healing, growth and enrichment. Here is the complete text for my book, Metaphor in Psychotherapy, which was published by Impact Publishers, Atascadero, CA.
When the first printing was sold out, the publishers decided not to renew the publication of this book, and returned all rights to me. Metaphors are used in everyday language and play a role in the therapeutic domain. This paper: 1) Examines the linguistic structure of metaphors for its therapeutic relevance.
2) Introduces the concept and use of metaphoric kernel statements. 3) Describes strategic and tactical applications of metaphor in guided metaphoric imagery work, storytelling and metaphoric tasks. 4) Demonstrates the Cited by: Nov 10, · For therapists who find meaning in the power of images, this may be an appropriate time to introduce the metaphor “a scar is not a wound” to help clients visualize their healing.
When normalizing past traumas with clients, therapists can describe trauma as an open wound that needs to heal. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital vega-books.com projects include the Wayback Machine, vega-books.com and vega-books.commat: Ebook/DAISY3.
Jan 04, · Metaphor and meaning in psychotherapy by Metaphor -- Therapeutic use., Symbolism (Psychology), Psychotherapy., Psychoanalytic Interpretation., Psychotherapy -- methods. Publisher Guilford Press Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to vega-books.com: Dec 10, · Judith Belmont, MS, LPC. Judith Belmont, MS, LPC has been a mental health practitioner and speaker for 40 years, and is the author of 6 books offering practical psycho-educational tips for. Metaphor Therapy: Using Client-Generated Metaphors In Psychotherapy Richard R.
Koop, New York: Brunner/Mazel,pages, $ The author states in the Introduction that metaphor therapy Author: Sharon L Bernier. Metaphor in Psychotherapy: Description and Applications Dennis Zhiming Tay A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
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Metaphors can be essential tools in the therapeutic process; providing the therapist with a means of communicating potentially complex psychological concepts and theory to clients, and also being part of the process of vega-books.com: Steve Killick, Vicki Curry, Pamela Myles.Oct 11, · Buy Metaphor Therapy: Using Client Generated Metaphors In Psychotherapy 1 by Richard R.
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