Help your clients develop their problem-solving, communication, and coping skills.
As a mental health professional, you work to help your clients learn to recognize and clearly communicate their feelings, to identify how and when problems arise, and to develop effective coping strategies. In today's managed care environment, in which rapid results are everything, many psychotherapists are finding that pencil-and-paper homework exercises can provide a highly effective therapeutic adjunct for helping clients achieve those goals.
The Brief Therapy Homework Planner arms you with dozens of ready-to-use between-session assignments designed to fit with virtually every therapeutic mode. You get 62-behaviorally-based, copier-ready exercises, grouped by skill set and covering all major presenting symptoms. The author, an experienced clinician, provides expert guidance on how to make the most efficient use of the exercises, along with cross-references to the best-selling Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, 2nd Edition that help you to identify the right exercise for a given situation or behavioral problem.
And, since no two therapists—or clients—are alike, the Brief Therapy Homework Planner comes with a computer diskette containing all the assignments in the book in word-processing format. You have complete freedom to adapt, customize, and fine-tune the assignments to suit your unique style and your clients' needs.
The Brief Therapy Homework Planner is an indispensable tool-of-the-trade for all mental health professionals working in independent and small group practices.
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In an era of brief therapy, the time between sessions is an important component of the treatment process. This easy-to-use sourcebook provides pre-written psychotherapy homework assignments. The exercises are grouped by skill set (improving communication techniques, changing your perspective, developing new coping skills, etc.). The book includes ready-to-copy blank exercises, instructions on when and how to use the assignments, and a floppy disk which contains word-processing versions of every assignment in the book.About the Author:
GARY M. SCHULTHEIS is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Marriage and Family Therapist who maintains a private practice in Evansville, Indiana. Gary's interest in the creative process has led him to coauthor two instructional computer programs for therapists, organize an Internet listserver for marriage and family therapists called MFTC-L, and launch a small business designing web sites. In addition, he is a gardener, bicyclist, and is currently exploring his own creativity with lampworked glass.
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