Prescriptive psychotherapy is an eclectic form of therapy which matches psychotherapeutic approaches and techniques to the characteristics of the clients. In this book, the authors discuss the origins of this model of psychotherapy and elaborate on the client characteristics and the appropriate techniques that are available to clinicians when treating their clients. The authors emphasize that this is not a cookbook approach to psychotherapy. Instead, this manual should be used in conjunction with the book called Guidelines for the Treatment of the Depressed Patient by Larry E. Beutler, Ph.D., John F. Clarkin, Ph.D., and Bruce Bongar, Ph.D. Both books are educational in nature and are used to instruct future and practicing clinicians.
- 2000 Oxford University Press
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