ISBN 978-0-393-71176-9

Marion Solomon (Author)Daniel J. Siegel (Author)

How People Change

Relationships and Neuroplasticity in Psychotherapy

Overview | Contents

    Introduction by Marion Solomon and Daniel J. Siegel

    1. Psychotherapy as the Growth of Wholeness: The Negotiation of Individuality and Otherness by Philip M. Bromberg

    2. How People Change by Louis Cozolino and Vanessa Davis

    3. A Whole-Person Approach to Dynamic Psychotherapy by Margaret Wilkinson

    4. Beyond Words: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Perspective by Pat Ogden

    5. Emotion, the Body, and Change by Peter A. Levine

    6. The Disintegrative Core of Relational Trauma and a Way Toward Unity by Russell Meares

    7. How Children Change Within the Therapeutic Relationship: Interweaving Communications of Curiosity and Empathy by Dan Hughes

    8. The Therapeutic Use of Optimal Stress: Precipitating Disruption to Trigger Recovery by Martha Stark

    9. How Couples Change: A Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy (PACT) by Stan Tatkin

    10. How Couple Therapy Can Effect Long-Term Relationships and Change Each Of The Partners by Marion Solomon

    11. Feeling Felt: Cocreating an Emergent Experience of Connection, Safety, and Awareness in Individual and Group Psychotherapy by Daniel J. Siegel and Bonnie Goldstein