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Evolving Possibilities: Selected Works of Bill O’Hanlon

Human Science


by
Stephanie O’Hanlon and Bob Bertolino

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 210 pages

File size: 3.5 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This book is a collection of twenty essays and articles written or co-written by Bill O’Hanlon.  They span a time period from 1986 to the present.  The articles are grouped into four different approaches to psychotherapy: Ericksonian/Strategic Approaches, Solution-Oriented Therapy, Possibility Therapy, and Inclusive Therapy. Moving through these four groups of essays, the reader has the unique opportunity to witness the evolution and transformation of a therapist’s thoughts regarding a variety of therapeutic issues.  The book offers a refreshing, open look at one therapist’s attempts to make sense of psychotherapy, including views that have sparked debate within the professional community. By offering a private look into Bill O’Hanlon’s public persona, Evolving Possibilities provides the reader with a thought-provoking study in professional development that is of interest to anyone engaged in the pursuit of more effective psychotherapeutic techniques and approaches.

This book is a collection of twenty essays and articles written or co-written by Bill O’Hanlon.  They span a time period from 1986 to the present.  The articles are grouped into four different approaches to psychotherapy: Ericksonian/Strategic Approaches, Solution-Oriented Therapy, Possibility Therapy, and Inclusive Therapy. Moving through these four groups of essays, the reader has the unique opportunity to witness the evolution and transformation of a therapist’s… (more)

This book is a collection of twenty essays and articles written or co-written by Bill O’Hanlon.  They span a time period from 1986 to the present.  The articles are grouped into four different approaches to psychotherapy: Ericksonian/Strategic Approaches, Solution-Oriented Therapy, Possibility Therapy, and Inclusive Therapy. Moving through these four groups of essays, the reader has the unique opportunity to witness the evolution and transformation of a therapist’s thoughts regarding a variety of therapeutic issues.  The book offers a refreshing, open look at one therapist’s attempts to make sense of psychotherapy, including views that have sparked debate within the professional community. By offering a private look into Bill O’Hanlon’s public persona, Evolving Possibilities provides the reader with a thought-provoking study in professional development that is of interest to anyone engaged in the pursuit of more effective psychotherapeutic techniques and approaches.

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