A Psychodynamic Approach to Brief Therapy


Gertrud Mander

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  • Brief Therapies Series

    Series Editor: Stephen Palmer

    Associate Editor: Gladeana McMahon

    Focusing on brief and time-limited therapies, this series of books is aimed at students, beginning and experienced counsellors, therapists and other members of the helping professions who need to know more about working with the specific skills, theories and practices involving in this demanding but vital area of their work.


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    I am indebted to Paul Keeble, former Head of Training, and to Ruth Archer, Head of Counselling at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation (WPF), for enabling me to do in-house training in brief therapy; and to John Tydeman for my induction and training in the Balint-Malan model of brief focal psychotherapy. I am very thankful to Ann Kutek, former Clinical Director of Counselling in Companies (CiC), Westminster Pastoral Foundation, for giving me years of stimulating supervisory and therapeutic work in solution-focused brief therapy for CiC. I also owe thanks to Mary Anne Coate, Head of Training at the WPF, and June Roberts, Course Organizer of the WPF post-Qualifying Certificate in Time-Limited Counselling, for sharing their ideas and experience of time-limited work with me, and Penny Spearman, former Deputy Head of WPF Counselling. But most of all I want to thank the many clients, patients and supervisees I have worked with and learnt from during my years of involvement in brief work for the WPF. The case vignettes are drawn from this work experience but all identifying details have been changed.


    To see a World in a grain of sand,

    And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,

    Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand,

    And Eternity in an hour.

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