Index

a
Abramowitz, S. I. 26 , 34 , 42
abuse:
child 90 , 94 , 96 , 105 , 108 , 111-12 , 205 ;
disabled clients 105 , 110 , 112 ;
dysfunctional families 94 ;
physical/sexual 28 ;
ritual 108 , 109 , 205 , 206 ;
sexual 108 , 151 , 205 , 207 ;
violent 205
accidents 121 , 137
acting out 7 , 21 ;
adolescents 55 , 59 , 63
active-behavioural strategies 35 , 36-7
Adams, J. E. 229 , 232
adolescents, working with 8 , 55-6 , 58-72 , 151-3
adults, working with 8 , 73-86
age groups, differences between 8-9
ageing, therapist 207-8
agression, therapist 17-18
AIDS 199
aims, age groups 8-9
alcohol use, trainees 38
alcoholics, behaviour modification 155
Alderfer, C. P. 222-3 , 231
alleviation, stress 38-41 , 96-9
Alpha Function, Bion 50
altruism, psychotherapist 6 , 15
American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training 26
analysis, of job stress 220-2 , 227-9
anger:
bereavement 121 ;
group therapy 162
anomie 81
anorexia 204-5
anxiety:
existential 130 , 132-3 ;
moral 129 ;
patients 84 , 183 ;
therapists 77-8 , 190 , 192 , 216
Aponte, H. J. 93 , 99
Aronson, E. 216 , 234
Arroyave, F. 170
The Art of Psychotherapy (Storr) 22
assertiveness training 41
assessments 192
authoritarianism 63 , 71
authority figures, adolescents 60
autism, effects on child therapist 47-9
aversion therapy 154
avoidance strategies, stress 35-8

b
back strain 193
Bagshaw Syndrome 109-13
Balint Groups 226-7
Balint, M. 133 , 140 , 226 , 231
Bandura, A. 142 , 156
Bannister, D. 142 , 156
Barker, P. 87-100 , 212
BDI see Beck Depression Inventory
Beck, A. T. 142-3 , 147 , 149 , 156
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) 143
Beck Hopelessness Scale 143
Becker, L. 150 , 157
behaviour modification 151-2 , 152
behaviour therapy 95 , 141
behaviourism 141-2
Bentovim, A. 111

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