The Psychotherapist's Own Psychotherapy: Patient and Clinician Perspectives

By Jesse D. Geller; John C. Norcross et al. | Go to book overview

APPENDIX

Guidelines for
Firsthand Accounts

CONTENT TO BE ADDRESSED IN THERAPISTS'
THERAPIST CHAPTERS
Thank you for your interest in contributing a chapter for The Psychotherapist's Own Therapy: Patient and Clinician Perspectives. We are asking each author to keep in mind a core set of issues when writing the chapter. Addressing the following content in your chapter will (1) promote continuity among the chapters in this section of the book, (2) afford convergence between your first-person account and the subsequent research-oriented chapters in the book, and (3) permit comparative analyses between the complementary experiences of therapists conducting personal therapy (part III) and those receiving it (part II). Toward these ends, we request that you address the following domains in whatever form and sequence that suits you best. The Representative Questions are intended only to be evocative; we do not request that you respond to each.
1. Your history and experience in treating mental health professionals. Representative Questions: How many years have you been providing personal therapy or analysis? What proportion of your current practice is devoted to providing therapy for other therapists? What types of mental health professionals in terms of gender, ethnicity, profession, and orientation do you generally see? What types of therapy do you usually provide for other therapists? If you were asked to speculate, why do psychotherapists select you as their therapists?

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