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Motivating clients in therapy

values, love, and the real relationship

by Richard L. Rappaport

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapist and patient.,
  • Psychotherapy.,
  • Psychotherapy -- methods.,
  • Patient Acceptance of Health Care -- psychology.,
  • Professional-Patient Relations.,
  • Motivation.,
  • Patient Dropouts.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [245]-256) and indexes.

    StatementRichard L. Rappaport.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC480 .R36 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 264 p. ;
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL299140M
    ISBN 100415912652
    LC Control Number97205912
    OCLC/WorldCa36933007

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Motivating clients in therapy by Richard L. Rappaport Download PDF EPUB FB2

How many psychotherapists does it take to change a lightbulb. Only one, but the lightbulb really has to want to change. Okay, that’s an old joke (and maybe not a very good one), but its roots are planted in a long-standing belief about psychotherapy and client motivation, which seems to be true.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Motivating Clients in Therapy: Values, Love and the Real Relationship.5/5(2).

Motivating Clients in Therapy questions the widely accepted assumption of the adequately motivated client. Richard Rappaport presents a four-phased model of motivation that emphasizes the fear of loss of what is known and familiar as the central inhibitor to personal growth.

The motivation to love oneself and others must by catalyzed Motivating clients in therapy book an Cited by: 2. Clients' confidence can ebb and flow over time. The authors of Illness Management and Recovery offer a few strategies for keeping clients motivated to gain skills and reach their personal recovery goals.

The evidence-based program for people with severe mental illness, Illness Management and Recovery helps people set meaningful goals for.

A thorough review of a client’s medical chart, therapy notes, occupational profile, and other documents can help you identify motivating tasks, cues, or treatment approaches as well as health conditions that may impact motivation, mood, or affect.

Motivating Clients in Therapy questions the widely accepted assumption of the adequately motivated client. Richard Rappaport presents a four-phased model of motivation that emphasizes the fear of loss of what is known and familiar as the central inhibitor to personal by: 2.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Motivating Clients in Therapy: Values, Love and the Real Relationship by Richard L. Rappaport at Barnes & Noble. FREE Due Pages:   Finding clients’ humanity The four core processes of motivational interviewing are engaging, focusing, evoking and planning.

Moving through these four stages, counselors aim to guide their clients toward developing their own motivations to change a behavior.

Motivating Clients in Therapy questions the widely accepted assumption of the adequately motivated client.

Richard Rappaport presents a four-phased model of motivation that emphasizes the fear of loss of what is known and familiar as the central inhibitor to personal growth. Attending to clients’ motivation and volition is an important theoretical and applied issue in psychotherapy and counseling for several reasons.

First, although there are many effective approaches and treatments for optimally motivated clients, many clients are not motivated when. Unmotivated Clients.

Want to become a member of this facebook group. It offers interesting research, this blog, and open discussion. This includes all of the therapy staff, nurses, and assistants.

If we all are on board with this and can give the client the opportunities to do for themselves, they will implicitly learn to give this therapy. Books shelved as therapy-psychology-for-clients: Flourish: A Visionary New Understanding of Happiness and Well-Being by Martin E.P.

Seligman, The Art of. Motivating Clients in Therapy questions the widely accepted assumption of the adequately motivated client. Richard Rappaport presents a four-phased model of motivation that emphasizes the fear of loss of what is known and familiar as the central inhibitor to personal growth.

The motivation to love oneself and others must by catalyzed by an 5/5(1). It's common for clients to get stuck in therapy. Sometimes a client stops progressing.

Other times a client starts backsliding. Fortunately, clinicians have various effective ways of navigating s. Motivating clients: Definition Motivational interviewing is a directive, client-centred style of interaction aimed at helping people explore and resolve their ambivalence about their substance use and begin to make positive Size: KB.

A word about words --Ch. motivation and psychotherapy: an introduction --Ch. why motivation is an ignored construct in psychotherapy: the myth of client motivation --Ch. an evolutionary model of psychological health and motivation: toward individuation --Ch.

motivation in everyday life --Ch. motivation in psychotherapy --Ch. In therapy, a client learns a lot about their emotions and issues that create challenges in their lives.

Through their own self-exploration, they begin to learn different ways to cope with different challenges. Therapy teaches coping skills that help clients relieve their symptoms in real life situations. They learn valuable life skills in therapy. Motivational interviewing evolved from Carl Roger’s person-centered, or client-centered, approach to counseling and therapy, as a method to help people commit to the difficult process of change.

Motivating people disinclined to engage in health behavior presents a significant challenge to public health practitioners. Although there have been advances in interventions to increase individuals' motivation to engage in health-related behaviors, gaps in knowledge exist.

Focusing on ideals can help decrease clients' defensiveness and Cited by: Engaging Difficult Clients By Lynn Grodzki, LCSW, MCC Therapists are telling me that they are seeing a new, concerning trend: a client asks for therapy, but proves difficult to engage.

Many of these clients find the therapist via the Internet, are new to therapy, and have unrealistic expectations. Let me explain:File Size: KB. How I break down my clients’ therapy goals into easy steps.

Here’s 3 psychology tips on how to develop that mindset Continue reading» Share How To Boost Client Motivation In Therapy. Frustratingly, client motivation to change isn’t always %. Download my book on reframing, ‘New Ways of Seeing’, when you subscribe.The client who enters therapy cmsd with a sen* of hopelessness, believing that therapy will undoubtedly prove to be a waste of time, is considered to be amofvated toward therapy.

Deci and Ryan () further suggested that motivation is a dynamic concept. Thus, a client having one motivational type at a particular pbint in therapy may.Get this from a library! Motivating clients in therapy: values, love, and the real relationship.

[Richard L Rappaport] -- Clients who come to psychotherapy unmotivated, or who become discouraged as treatment progresses, pose a singular challenge to practitioners. Despite .