Recent work includes clinical guidelines for the management of dementia, a model of care for people living with delirium and dementia in acute hospitals, and improved pain management.
Gladfelter, PhD Summary This is the first practical book from an experiential perspective to deal explicitly with blocked affect. Based on the authors' extensive clinical experience and their NIMH-sponsored research, focused expressive psychotherapy FEP is shown to be ideally suited for the many over controlled patients mired in "unfinished emotional business.
The book delineates the roles and responsibilities of both the therapist and client, presents FEP's five-step procedure, and describes its therapeutic methods and techniques.
The design of experiments and problems are illustrated with segments from actual sessions, and evaluation procedures are provided so that both therapist and patient can assess the progress being made. Complete FEP sessions with explanatory comments are included so that the reader can follow the entire FEP process from the beginning to the end of the session.
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