Sort by:
Copyright:
2/26/2013
Authors:
BARRY DUNCAN, PSY.D.
 
SCOTT MILLER, PHD
 
CYNTHIA MAESCHALK, MA, CCC
Product:
NRC095574
Copyright:
1/24/2013
Authors:
BILL O'HANLON, MS, LMFT
 
BARRY DUNCAN, PSY.D.
 
KATY BUTLER, MA
 
DOUGLAS FLEMONS, PHD, LMFT
 
YVONNE DOLAN, MA
Product:
NRC095549

How Being Bad Can Make You Better

Developing a Culture of Feedback in Your Practice

Barry Duncan, Scott Miller • 11/1/2007

Regularly using a few simple feedback measures—plus paying close attention to your failures—can make you a better therapist.

Magazine Article

The Future of Psychotherapy

Beware the Siren Call of Integrated Care

Barry Duncan • 7/2/2001

The age of integrated care is upon us, and psychotherapy may soon be incorporated in a way that will profoundly affect how and where it is practiced. But what will this new system really look like? How will therapists—and the therapeutic process—fit into it? What values will lie at its core?

Magazine Article

Exposing the Mythmakers

How Soft Sell Has Replaced Hard Science

Barry Duncan, Scott Miller • 3/2/2000

Emotional suffering, according to a new view, is a genetic glitch, successfully treatable by drugs. Depression is no longer thought to be shaped by such diverse forces as a sedentary, lonely or impoverished life;

the loss of love, health or community; "learned helplessness" or feelings of powerlessness arising from unsatisfying work or an abusive relationship. Its resolution no longer requires anyone to get meaningful support from others, to establish a collaborative relationship with a good psychotherapist, to draw on community resources, or for communities to address conditions that breed depression.


Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (5 Items)
Copyright:
2/26/2013
Authors:
BARRY DUNCAN, PSY.D.
 
SCOTT MILLER, PHD
 
CYNTHIA MAESCHALK, MA, CCC
Product:
NRC095574
Copyright:
1/24/2013
Authors:
BILL O'HANLON, MS, LMFT
 
BARRY DUNCAN, PSY.D.
 
KATY BUTLER, MA
 
DOUGLAS FLEMONS, PHD, LMFT
 
YVONNE DOLAN, MA
Product:
NRC095549
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)
Page 1 of 1 (0 Items)

How Being Bad Can Make You Better

Developing a Culture of Feedback in Your Practice

Barry Duncan, Scott Miller • 11/1/2007

Regularly using a few simple feedback measures—plus paying close attention to your failures—can make you a better therapist.

Magazine Article

The Future of Psychotherapy

Beware the Siren Call of Integrated Care

Barry Duncan • 7/2/2001

The age of integrated care is upon us, and psychotherapy may soon be incorporated in a way that will profoundly affect how and where it is practiced. But what will this new system really look like? How will therapists—and the therapeutic process—fit into it? What values will lie at its core?

Magazine Article

Exposing the Mythmakers

How Soft Sell Has Replaced Hard Science

Barry Duncan, Scott Miller • 3/2/2000

Emotional suffering, according to a new view, is a genetic glitch, successfully treatable by drugs. Depression is no longer thought to be shaped by such diverse forces as a sedentary, lonely or impoverished life;

the loss of love, health or community; "learned helplessness" or feelings of powerlessness arising from unsatisfying work or an abusive relationship. Its resolution no longer requires anyone to get meaningful support from others, to establish a collaborative relationship with a good psychotherapist, to draw on community resources, or for communities to address conditions that breed depression.


Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (3 Items)
Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. is a therapist, trainer and researcher with over 17,000 hours of clinical experience. He is a best-selling author of The Heart and Soul of Change: Delivering what Works in Therapy (APA, 2010), What's Right with You and On Becoming a Better Therapist (APA, 2010). Dr. Duncan is a sought after media expert and has appeared on Oprah and The View. The author of over 100 publications and 15 books, Dr. Duncan travels the globe providing seminars and workshops.

Dr. Duncan is the director of the Heart and Soul of Change Project, a practice-driven, training and research initiative that focuses on what works in therapy, and more importantly, how to deliver it on the front lines. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to the mental health field, including the Wright State University School of Professional Psychology's first annual "Outstanding Alumnus Award," the Menninger Foundation's 15th Annual Award for Scientific Writing for the book The Heart and Soul of Change, and the Psychotherapy Networker "20th Anniversary All Time Top Ten Award" for the article "Exposing the Mythmakers," recognizing it as one of the most influential features in the magazine's history. Barry's other books include The Heroic Client (2nd edition, Jossey Bass, 2004); Heroic Clients, Heroic Agencies: Partners for Change 2nd ed., 2010 Edition); the 2nd edition of Brief Intervention for School Problems (Guilford, 2007)