The Broad Spectrum Psychotherapist

Author(s) : Wyn Bramley

The Broad Spectrum Psychotherapist

Book Details

  • Publisher : Free Association Books
  • Published : 1995
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Category :
    Individual Psychotherapy
  • Catalogue No : 1237
  • ISBN 13 : 9781853433276
  • ISBN 10 : 1853433276
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Preserves the best aspects of the psychoanalytic tradition while giving 'hands on' help to the modern, hard-pressed psychotherapist, who works in the mental health service. To ensure that the therapy is tailored to each patient, the book places great emphasis on assessment, itself a therapy in miniature.

About the Author(s)

Wyn Bramley was Senior Psychiatric Sister at the Cassel Hospital (one of the first psychoanalytically oriented ""therapeutic communities"" in the UK). She then moved into Student Counselling. Over a fifteen year period, she set up and headed the counselling service at what is now the University of Westminster, before transferring to a similar role at University College, London. During this period she qualified (1976) at the Institute of Group Analysis and Family and Marital Therapy (now Institute of Group Analysis), whilst setting up in-service training programmes with colleagues, for what was to become the national Association for Student Counselling. In 1986 she moved to Oxford, working as a trainer and clinician in both the private and NHS sectors. In the mid 1990's she set up and then directed the Master's Programme in Psychodynamic Studies at Oxford University. In 1996 she published two books expounding her non doctrinaire view of psychodynamic therapy. Pertinent to Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered: How Couples Really Work is her book The Broad Spectrum Psychotherapist published by Free Association Books. Currently, she runs a small private practise in rural Oxfordshire.

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