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by Michael Jacobs,Nick Totton

eBook Character and Personality Types (Core Concepts in Therapy) download ISBN: 0335206409
Author: Michael Jacobs,Nick Totton
Publisher: Open Univ Pr (September 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1670 kb
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Category: Medics
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He is strongly influenced by Process Oriented Psychology (Arnold Mindell) and psychoanalysis (he has a MA in Psychoanlytic Studies from Leeds Metropolitan University). Nick now practises and teaches his own synthesis, Embodied-Relational Therapy. Michael Jacobs retired in 2000 as Director of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Programme at the University of Leicester, having worked there for 28 years.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Character and Personality Types. Character and Personality Types. By Nick Totton, Michael Jacobs. Character and Personality Types looks in detail at the arguments for and against the use of typologies of character and personality as a clinical tool; and offers general criteria for judging the merits of particular personality systems, as well as exploring the possibility of a wider synthesis.

Character and personality types Totton, Nick Jacobs, Michael McGraw-Hill 9780335206391 : Surveys how different schools of therapy approach a basic topic, and the differences that exist between. This book examines the use of typologies of character and personality as a clinical tool; and offers general criteria for judging the merits of particular personality systems, as well as exploring the possibility of a wider synthesis.

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Character and Personality Types (Paperback). Nick Totton (author). It surveys how different schools of therapy approach a basic topic, the differences that exist between people - including their attitudes, feelings, concerns and talents. It examines different systematic and non-systematic approaches to identifying different types of human being, exploring whether there are systematic ways in which humans vary, how we can assess the merit of different typologies, and whether personality typing is a helpful approach to therapy.

This volume helps navigate "the jungle of different typologies that has sprung up in the field of psychotherapy ...." The authors review character and personality typologies from realist and postmodernist positions as useful for effective practice as well as counter-arguments about their subjectivity and over-simplification, before explaining the myriad approaches from psychoanalytic to transpersonal. They conclude by weighing the benefits and risks of integrating them. Includes further reading. Totten, influenced by Reich, Process- Oriented Psychology, and psychoanalysis, practices Embodiment- Relational Therapy. Jacobs has been consulting since his recent retirement from the U. of Leicester's psychotherapy and counseling program. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)