By Konrad Michel, David A. Jobes
The standard of the healing alliance is a well-established issue for winning remedy method and consequence. in terms of treating suicidal sufferers, a robust healing alliance can really actually shop a person's existence. during this ebook, editors Konrad Michel and David A. Jobes have enlisted an elite staff of clinicians and researchers to discover what has develop into referred to as the "Aeschi technique" to scientific suicide prevention. based on this view, psychological future health pros operating with sufferers in danger for suicide needs to realize a primary clash on the middle of excellent medical perform: whereas they're specialists within the overview of problems of psychological well-being, by way of the patient's tale, the sufferer is the professional. Any profitable intervention with a suicidal sufferer needs to accordingly be according to an empathic realizing of suicidal recommendations and behaviour that honors the patient's very own point of view. This remarkable quantity addresses a variety of concerns, from the rules and approach to developing a operating alliance, to patient-oriented healing types, to sensible medical concerns similar to the healing alliance inside of particular remedies throughout theoretical orientations. most significantly, this e-book offers crucial counsel for medical suicide threat relief that can support keep lives.
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Building a Therapeutic Alliance With the Suicidal Patient by Konrad Michel, David A. Jobes