Each article in Reading Course 119 probes the issue of what can be learned from cases that don't go according to plan.
Here's What Reading Course R119, Out of the Comfort Zone, Covers:
- Warning signs of being overinvolved with clients.
- The boundary between being a professional helper and a savior.
- How to work long-term with very difficult children.
- The distinction between friendship and therapeutic responsibility.
- Ways to overcome difficulties due to differing values.
- The clinical value of being more obstinate than your client.
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R119 Out of the Comfort Zone Course Readings
My Most Spectacular Failure: Voluntary Simplicity Meets Shop till You Drop by Mary Pipher
How Involved Is Too Involved?” Twenty-two Years and Still Wondering by David Treadway
A Matter of Life and Death: When the Therapist Becomes the Survivor by Frank Pittman
Small Winnings: Learning from a Therapist's Nightmare by Martha Straus
The Godfather Strategy: Finding the Offer a Client Can't Refuse by Cloe Madanes
Therapist, Colleague, or Friend: Stretching the Boundaries of the Therapeutic Relationship by Lascelles Black