The Angry Therapist

Author: John Kim
Publisher: Parallax Press
ISBN: 1941529623
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He spoke a different therapeutic language —open, raw, and at times subversive — and people responded. The Angry Therapist blog, that inspired this book, has been featured in The Atlantic Monthly and on NPR.

Evocative Strategies In Child And Adolescent Psychotherapy

Author: David A. Crenshaw
Publisher: Jason Aronson
ISBN: 9780765705808
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Therapist: What else? Pete: He could talk to someone, maybe another monster
that is not so angry. Therapist: Are there other things you can think of? Pete: He
could take a walk. 'Therapist: Are there any calming things he could say to
himself? Pete: He could say, "Forget it; it is not that big a deal." 'Therapist: What
else could he say? Pete: He could say, "To hell with it, let it go." 'Therapist: Are
there any calming pictures or images that he could go to in his mind? Pete: Well,
he could think ...

The Therapist S Notebook For Family Health Care

Author: Deanna Linville
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113686248X
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Using Words: The therapist prompts the child to state loudly what he or she is
feeling angry about. The therapist encourages the child to do so until the angry
energy dissipates. When using this activity at home, the child is told to go outside
or to a private place (such as his or her room or the basement or garage) to use
the loud, angry voice. The therapist clarifies for the child that the loud, angry voice
is used to get out the angry feelings and is not to be directed at another person or
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Schema Therapy

Author: Jeffrey E. Young
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 9781572308381
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The therapist reparents the Angry Child by setting limits on angry behavior, while
at the same time validating the pa- tient's underlying needs and teaching her
more effective ways of expressing anger and getting her emotional needs met.
The Therapist—Patient Relationship. What is the therapist's strategy when the
patient with BPD flips into the Angry Child mode and becomes angry at the
therapist? Anger at the therapist is common with these pa- tients and, for many
therapists, is the ...

The Making Of A Therapist

Author: Louis Cozolino
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393708985
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He would stand, look Jeff in the eye, and say, "What kind of therapist are you?"
then shake his head with profound disapproval and walk out of the office. This
took its toll on Jeff and he began to feel bad about his therapeutic abilities. He
would try to offer some practical advice to the angry guy, but was always told that
he should "return to the drawing board." Jeff felt frustrated and increasingly angry
with the angry guy. It seemed Jeff could do nothing right. I told him, "It's not about
you ...

The Therapeutic Management Of Psychological Illness

Author: Werner Max Mendel
Publisher: Basic Books (AZ)
ISBN:
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When it is expressed toward the patient, frequently the therapeutic intent of the
transaction is abrogated, for the patient recognizes that the therapist is angry. An
angry therapist has little chance of succeeding with the chronically ill patient,
even when an attitude of firmness and brusqueness is indicated as a therapeutic
intervention. As soon as the attitude is an expression of the angry feelings of the
therapist rather than a planned, controlled therapeutic attitude, it becomes
ineffective or ...

The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook Of Personality Disorders

Author: John M. Oldham
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
ISBN: 9781585626625
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Limits are based upon the patient's safety and the therapist's personal rights. If
the patient is unsafe, the therapist sets whatever limits are necessary to provide
safety. However, once the patient is safe, our rule of thumb is that therapists
should not agree to do anything for the patient they are going to resent doing.
This varies from therapist to therapist. Thus, David gives Melissa as much outside
contact as he can without becoming angry. For example, at the start of treatment,
Melissa ...

Supportive Care

Author: Werner Max Mendel
Publisher:
ISBN:
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The young therapist who has been trained within the framework of the acute
intervention in a crisis style illness frequently responds to the frustration of caring
for the chronically ill by becoming angry with the patient for his failure to respond.
The patient who does not get well is perhaps the most painful reminder of our
therapeutic impotence. Some therapists respond with humility which may be
excessive and lead to a kind of therapeutic nihilism. Others respond with anger:
this anger ...

Group Schema Therapy For Borderline Personality Disorder

Author: Joan M. Farrell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119942217
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In setting up these exercises it is important to structure in limits like “both people
must stay in their chairs and when one is lifted off the seat, the exercise is over.” A
line could be placed on the floor for a tug of war involving more people. With
therapists monitoring, these are safe exercises to access anger in a setting where
it can be worked with. Therapist Tip: Distinguish which angry modes It is
important to distinguish the Angry Child mode which is a normal, instinctual
expression of ...

The Risks Of Knowing

Author: Karen Zelan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1489906126
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the heretofore unconnected feeling of anger and the angry behavior. She could
conclude that the therapist means by saying the word angry to validate not just
her angry feeling but also her angry behavior. The therapist might then observe
an escalation and not a reduction of angry behavior as the child tries to show the
therapist precisely how accurate the word choice is in describing her behavior.
Even if the therapist was fortunate enough to have correctly understood the
child's affect ...