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Interpersonal Process in Psychotherapy: A Relational Approach [with Infotrac]

4.42 of 5 stars 4.42  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Paperback, 327 pages
Published by Wadsworth Publishing Company (first published September 1st 1991)
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Fred J. Fritz
I found this little gem sitting on a shelf with other books marked “Free” so I picked it up. What a great find! The first thing I noticed about the book was that it was written to assist counseling students entering their practicum/internship phase and seeing their very first clients. Talk about synchronicity! That is exactly where I was when I found it!

The second thing I noticed was that the book was rather dated (over 20 years old). After a quick search on, I found the text has gone
This book offers a very comprehensive description of intepersonal process therapy. It provides in-depth background on the theoretical models that influence interpersonal work and provides practical information on establishing and utilizing the therapeutic relationship in mental health treatment. The writing is a little dense and long-winded at times, so its not a quick reference. But the book is very appropriate for mental health professionals looking to deepen the intpersonal aspects of their w ...more
Sep 27, 2011 Heather rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: any/all psychologists or trainees, especially beginning therapists who can really use direction
Recommended to Heather by: Clara Hill
Shelves: adult
Hands-down my favorite book from grad school and for learning how to be a therapist. I'm pretty sure I read the whole thing cover to cover, and am using it now in the training of a psychiatry resident. It's so accessible in explaining the theory and the process/precedures/how-to for interpersonal therapy. In short, I LOVE IT.
Darin Bergen
Aug 23, 2008 Darin Bergen rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Psychologists-in-training
Shelves: psychology
I'm in the middle, but so far this is an excellent introduction to the Interpersonal approach to therapy. Unlike many books that merely say "establish a therapeutic alliance," this book focuses on practical recommendations on how to enhance and leverage the relationship to foster client change.
One of the best, most influential books I read in my graduate training and still a book I refer back to often in my professional work. Have loaned the book to numerous supervisees and they almost always have a very positive reaction to it.
This is a fascinating perspective on therapy, and an indispensable reference for any counseling student.
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