The Emerging Self in Psychotherapy with Adults

Chapter 04 - The Damaged Self and the Process of Psychotherapy

Author(s): Richard A. Mackey

Pp: 66-78 (13)

DOI: 10.2174/978160805027710901010066

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Often, I have treated individuals who have had previous therapy, sometimes years of it with therapists of different orientations. As a result, there may have been rather specific behavioral changes yet the individual continues to experience feelings about themselves that are troublesome. This chapter focuses on such individuals and uses a case to show the beginning to ongoing process of psychotherapy.

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