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Metaphor in Psychotherapy

Clinical Applications of Stories and Allegories (Practical Therapist Series)

by Henry T. Close

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Published by Impact Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Metaphor,
  • Narrative therapy,
  • Therapeutic use

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages305
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8705684M
    ISBN 101886230102
    ISBN 109781886230101

    Using metaphors in psychotherapy Article (PDF Available) in International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling 11(3) September with .   The Magic Of Metaphors in Counseling Using metaphors in our therapy is quite powerful, and at times using the right metaphor seems almost magical. I have often been surprised that client resistance and confusion seems to diminish if I find the right metaphor that serves to bring on an "aha" moment in my therapy sessions.

    Preview this book» What people are Metaphor Therapy: Using Client-generated Metaphors in Psychotherapy Richard Royal Kopp Limited preview - Metaphor Therapy: Using Client Generated Metaphors in Psychotherapy Richard R. Kopp No preview available - Common terms and phrases.4/5(2). 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 .

    Metaphor therapy is a kind of psychotherapy that uses metaphor as a tool to help people express their experiences a spontaneous product of processes within the mind involving both the conscious and unconscious of the person, metaphor is an important psychotherapeutic tool for exploring personal meaning, fundamental to insight-oriented psychotherapy.   Buy Metaphor in Practice: A Professional's Guide to Using the Science of Language in Psychotherapy 01 by Törneke, Dr. Niklas, Hayes, Steven C. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6).


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Metaphor in Psychotherapy by Henry T. Close Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are many books on metaphor and psychotherapy, but this is the first book to make the connection between the science of metaphor and the detailed clinical process of using that knowledge. If you are a mental health professional—or simply interested in the science of metaphor—this book will provide everything you need to understand and /5(6).

There are many books on metaphor and psychotherapy, but this is the first book to make the connection between the science of metaphor and the detailed clinical process of using that knowledge. If you are a mental health professional—or simply interested in the science of metaphor—this book will provide everything you need to understand and 5/5(3).

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.

The use of metaphor in psychotherapy Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 18(4) December with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'. This book represents a bold attempt to address contemporary issues in both metaphor and psychotherapy research.

On one hand, Metaphor in Psychotherapy book research is increasingly concerned not just with describing metaphors in discourse, but how they could be used more adroitly in purposive ‘real world’ contexts such as psychotherapy.

On the other hand, while a Cited by:   Whether you are a novice or advanced practitioner in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), you know that metaphors and exercises play a crucial role in its successful delivery.

These powerful tools go far in helping clients connect with their values, and give them the motivation needed to Metaphor in Psychotherapy book a real, conscious commitment to change.

Buy Metaphor and Meaning in Psychotherapy 1 by Ellen Y. Siegelman. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services | Metaphor Therapy: Using Client-Generated Metaphors In Psychotherapy Richard R.

Koop, New York: Brunner/Mazel,pages, $ Author: Sharon L Bernier. This book represents a bold attempt to address contemporary issues in both metaphor and psychotherapy research. On one hand, metaphor research is increasingly concerned not just with describing metaphors in discourse, but how they could be used more adroitly in purposive ‘real world’ contexts such as : Metaphor in Practice heightens the readers awareness of how prevalent metaphors are in every-day life, and in our I was provided a free copy of this book by CAMFT in exchange for my review.) Every therapist – and every human being, for that matter – uses metaphors to describe complex emotions, thoughts, and experiences/5.

There are many books on metaphor and psychotherapy, but this is the first book to make the connection between the science of metaphor and the detailed clinical process of using that knowledge.

If you are a mental health professional—or simply interested in the science of metaphor—this book will provide everything you need to understand and 1/5(1). BOOK REVIEW Metaphor andMeaning in Psychotherapy ByEllen man Guilford Press, NewYork, pages ISBN$ Reviewed byJames LTitchener, M.D.

E arly inthis absorbing book the author suggests that metaphor may not bethe royal road totheunconscious, butitisatleast “amajor thoroughfare”; shequotes Arlow as. Four Metaphors About Therapy. Posted April 4, by Dr. Emily Cook, PhD. I like the idea of using metaphors in therapy, so that I can think in different and creative ways about the situations facing me or my relationship.

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 n as a training 4/5(1).

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 Cited by: Introduction.

Metaphor is a central tool of the therapist of many therapeutic modalities, and metaphors are a particular feature of CBT. Metaphors for difficulties, solutions, the way the mind works and for therapy itself are commonplace and part of the language of CBT (Stott et al.

).). ‘Black-and-white thinking’, ‘the malevolent parrot on the shoulder’ and ‘mind-reading’ Author: Steve Killick, Vicki Curry, Pamela Myles. Metaphor Therapy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an /5(15). Metaphor has been an essential feature of human communication from time immemorial: fairy tales, parables, provers are all examples of metaphor.

Human beings regularly use metaphors to communicate with each other, so it is reasonable to expect this figüre of speech to have a place in the process of communication we call by: 1. 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."Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: 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. The process of psychotherapy is also complex and can be described in a variety of ways, and at different times in the course of clinical work it's often appropriate to change the choice of metaphor.

At one point, psychotherapy can be like agriculture or gardening, or like historical research, like a process of education or re-programming a.This comprehensive book covers the theory of metaphor, self-organising systems, symbolic modelling, the practice of Clean Language, the five-stage therapeutic process, and includes three client transcripts.

pages Paperback 9 x 6 inches Our primary focus in this book is psychotherapy. And while we describe a complete process that can be.First espoused by the psychiatrist Thomas Szasz in his classic book The When Szasz insists that mental illness is merely a metaphor The goal of any ethical psychotherapy is .