Contents

Chapter Outline:

Part 1: Fundamentals of Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Process-Experiential Theory Made Simple
  • 3. Research on the Effectiveness of Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 4. Client Micro-Processes: What Process-Experiential Therapists Listen For
  • 5. Therapist Processes in Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 6. An Overview of Therapeutic Tasks
Part 2: Specific Process-Experiential Processes and Tasks
  • 7. Empathy and Exploration: The Core of Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 8. The Care and Feeding of Therapeutic Relationships
  • 9. Accessing and Allowing Experiencing
  • 10. Re-processing Problematic Experiences
  • 11. Two Chair Work for Conflict Splits
  • 12. Empty Chair Work for Unfinished Interpersonal Issues
Part 3: Pragmatic Issues in Applying Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 13. Frequently Asked Questions on Applying Process-Experiential Therapy
  • 14. Adapting Process-Experiential therapy to Particular Client Problems
  • 15. Recommendations for Teaching and Learning Process-Experiential Therapy



©2004 Robert Elliott, Jeanne Watson, Rhonda Goldman, and Leslie Greenberg