Understanding and Managing the Therapeutic Relationship is the first book to integrate the theoretical, practical, and emotional aspects of the clinical relationship between social worker and client. Through a combination of classical and contemporary theory, case examples, and empirically grounded knowledge from attachment and neuroscience disciplines, McKenzie has created a text that captures the emotional aspects of the therapeutic encounter in a way that is informative and accessible to both the beginning clinician and the experienced therapist.
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Fred R. McKenzie (MSW, George Williams College, PhD, Loyola University) is associate professor, former director of the school of social work and presently dean of the College of Professional Studies at Aurora University. He has been a full-time faculty member since 1991. Prior to that, Professor McKenzie served as associate director for clinical services at SPECTRUM Youth and Family Services and executive director of Barrington Youth Services, and has been in private practice in Illinois for nearly thirty years.
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