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Single-session therapy

maximizing the effect of the first (and often only) therapeutic encounter

by Moshe Talmon

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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Single-session psychotherapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-142) and index.

    StatementMoshe Talmon.
    SeriesThe Jossey-Bass social and behavioral science series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC480.55 .T35 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 146 p. ;
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1876332M
    ISBN 101555422608
    LC Control Number90036407

    Single-Session Therapy by Walk-in or Appointment is based on the idea that one session is often all a client will need and choose to attend. The option of a single-session responds to the growing need for greater accessibility and responsiveness of mental-health services.?/5(3).   One of the first therapists who practised single-session therapy (SST) was Sigmund Freud. It is reported that the pioneer of long-term psychoanalysis carried out two well-known single-session treatments with Aurelia Öhm-Kronich (“Katharina”) in (Freud & Breuer, ) and with the famous composer, Gustav Mahler in (Kuehn, ).

    How to use limited therapeutic time most efficiently Research shows that many clients seeking therapeutic help attendfor one session only&#;no matter what their therapist's orientationor approach. Moshe Talmon demonstrates how therapists can turn thissingle encounter into a Price: $ The majority of the issue concerns a rich array of inspiring thought and commentary about how therapy can be interpreted and viewed from nine experts responding to a successful single brief therapy session. This session, conducted by Stephen Lankton, M.S.W., concerned a client suffering from chronic anxiety and severe anxiety attacks. Analyses of the case .

    Despite its name, Single Session Therapy (SST) or Single Session Work (SSW) is best conceptualised as a process rather than an event that assists workers to make the most of the first, and what may be the only, session for clients. The process includes: initial phone contact between counsellor/intake worker and client/s, and/or the completion. Based on his extensive work demonstrating the benefits of single-session CBT to public and professional audiences, Dryden has developed a single-session approach for work in the therapy and coaching fields. Comprising 30 key points, and divided into two parts - Theory and Practice - this concise book covers the key features of SSI-CBT.


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The book describes the history, theory, utility and practice (clinical and administrative) of single session and walk-in therapy. In keeping with the international scope of SST and walk-in services, the volume contains reports from the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, England, Mexico and China.5/5(1).

Single-Session Therapy shows that many clients seeking therapeutic help attAnd for one session only--no matter what their therapist's orientation or approach.

It demonstrates how therapists can turn this single encounter into a positive therapeutic book offers a realistic, practical approach to using a single therapeutic session Cited by:   That's the idea behind single-session therapy (SST), a method of counseling in which you show up, talk, listen, learn and leave, possibly forever.

"In SST, the therapist and the client approach the meeting as though it will likely be the only one," says Michael F. Hoyt, PhD, who literally helped write the book on this brief but meaningful kind.

SINGLE-SESSION THERAPY: WHEN THE FIRST SESSION MAY BE THE LAST. Michael F. Hoyt, Ph.D. (© M.F. Hoyt) (Email: [email protected]) BRIEF THERAPY DEFINITIONS (Hoyt, ) 1. “Time-sensitive treatment to relieve psychological distress and/ or promote growth” or 2. “The development of a collaborative alliance and an emphasis on patient/.

This is a seminal book in the field of brief therapy. Talmon's flexibility and pluralistic viewpoint shines through the book's pages. This book had a big role to play in the interest shown in single session therapy and while Talmon's views have developed over the years, this book is still, I believe, the first port of call for those wishing to incorporate SST into their overall service delivery/5(10).

Single Session Therapy book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. How to use limited therapeutic time most efficientlyResearc /5. Even in one session a therapist can make a difference. Single Session Therapy: Key Points and Techniques presents the main features of this way of working, providing an accessible, succinct overview of this way of working, based on the author's extensive work demonstrating the effectiveness of SST.

Divided into 9 sections, guiding you through every aspect of the therapy, the book Author: Windy Dryden. The single session model’s description, principles and processes di¡er, based onthe service context. In, Bloom de¢ned SST as ‘an encounter designed to provide a signi¢cant therapeutic impact in a single interview’(Bloom, ).

A recent book on single session walk-in therapy File Size: KB. Single-Session Therapy by Walk-in or Appointment is based on the idea that one session is often all a client will need and choose to attend. The option of a single-session responds to the growing need for greater accessibility and responsiveness of mental-health services.

This book includes many clinical examples and cultural nuances, as. Description: Single-Session Therapy: Distinctive Features provides a general introduction to the field of Single-Session Therapy (SST).

Written by eminent clinician and author Windy Dryden, this book challenges mainstream therapeutic assumptions, predicated on the certainty that clients will have more than one therapy session.

Single-session therapy is quite specific, Luker explained, requiring specialized training. Students don't just see a regular therapist for one session. And, since its launch at Western last year.

Single session counselling appointments let you access support when you need it. With no waitlist, and multiple daytime and evening appointments available from Monday to Friday, you’ll usually be able to book a minute appointment within a week.

You can book online at or by calling Single Session Therapy: Maximizing the Effect of the First (and often Only) Talmon, M.

San Francisco, Jossey – bass, Therapeutic book is aimed for therapists who were trained to see therapy as a long and in-depth process that last for years and realize that in practice many patients drop out of treatment much earlier than.

Single-Session Therapy (SST) book. Key Points and Techniques. Single-Session Therapy (SST) DOI link for Single-Session Therapy (SST) Single-Session Therapy (SST) book. Key Points and Techniques. By Windy Dryden. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Windy Dryden. There are circumstances where one single session of Family Therapy will suffice, including adult families, aging parents, blended families in adulthood, and processing death.

Contact Us at Location: Hancock Street, suite Quincy, MA, United States. Even in one session a therapist can make a difference. Single Session Therapy: Key Points and Techniques presents the main features of this way of working, providing an accessible, succinct overview of this way of working, based on the author's extensive work demonstrating the effectiveness of SST.5/5(1).

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (Medical Treatment) - Duration: ICHARS - Training programs, coaching & therapy session on Clinical. Therapists have a secret that they would rather most people not know. Up to 40% of new psychotherapy clients never come back for a second session. While. The research is reported in Dr.

Talmon's book "Single Session Therapy," published last year by Jossey-Bass. One of the first to suggest that a single session could be. Book Description.

Single-Session Therapy: Distinctive Features provides a general introduction to the field of Single-Session Therapy (SST). Written by eminent clinician and author Windy Dryden, this book challenges mainstream therapeutic assumptions, predicated on the certainty that clients will have more than one therapy session.

Book Description. Single-Session Therapy by Walk-in or Appointment is based on the idea that one session is often all a client will need and choose to attend. The option of a single-session responds to the growing need for greater accessibility and responsiveness of mental-health services.This book is a state of the art work on the developing field of single session and walk-in therapy.

The book is a gem and needs to be in the library of any therapist seriously interested in helping people as quickly as possible.5/5(2).Between 20 percent and 40 percent of psychotherapy clients stop after a single session, says Michael Hoyt, PhD, a researcher and clinical psychologist with Kaiser Permanente in San Rafael, Calif., and author of "Brief Therapy and Managed Care" (Jossey-Bass, ).