Making contact is one of the top ten psychotherapy texts ive ever read it is a uniquely practical guide about how to make contact with patients who are hard to reach in contrast to texts that focus on interpretation or cognizing to the patient this focuses on how to relate to the patient sometimes in ways that seem highly unusual. Some kind of human presence must be discovered in the patient and havens gives concrete absorbing examples of ways of speaking to absence of making contact the emphasis is on verbal technique but the underlying broad humane intent is everywhere evident. Making contact uses of language in psychotherapy leston havens since 1955 moving from early work in psychopharmacology to studies of clinical method and the psychiatric schools leston havens has been working toward a general theory of therapy. Start by marking making contact uses of language in psychotherapy as want to read leston havens has been working toward a general theory of therapy it often seems that twentieth century psychiatry sect ridden is a tower of babel as havens once characterized it. Havens eminent psychiatrist and harvard professor writes mainly for fellow professionals but in a clear disciplined and occasionally vivid english the passionate amateur will appreciate the persuasive lesson is about sharpening psychotherapeutic technique through more precise use of language a form of verbal microsurgery that will be of benefit he says to the growing numbers of people
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