[ Reading ] ➹ Saving Talk Therapy Author Enrico Gnaulati – Diclofenac16.us

Saving Talk Therapy A Hard Hitting Critique Of How Managed Care And The Selective Use Of Science To Privilege Quick Fix Therapies Have Undermined In Depth Psychotherapy To The Detriment Of Patients And PractitionersIn Recent Decades There Has Been A Decline In The Quality And Availability Of Psychotherapy In America That Has Gone Largely Unnoticed Even Though Rates Of Anxiety, Depression, And Suicide Are On The Rise In Saving Talk Therapy, Master Therapist Dr Enrico Gnaulati Presents Powerful Case Studies From His Practice To Remind Patients And Therapists Alike How And Why Traditional Talk Therapy Works And, Using Cutting Edge Research Findings, Unpacks The Problematic Incentives In Our Health Care System And In Academic Psychology That Explain Its Decline.Beginning With A Discussion Of The Historical Development Of Talk Therapy, Dr Gnaulati Goes On To Dissect The Factors That Have Undermined It Psychotropic Drugs, If No Longer Thought Of As A Magical Cure, Are Still Over Prescribed And Shunt Health Care Dollars To Drug Corporations Managed Care Companies And Mental Health Carve Outs Send Health Care Dollars To Administrators, Drive Many Practitioners Away, And Over Burden Those Who Remain And Drawing Back The Curtains On CBT Cognitive Behavior Therapy , Dr Gnaulati Shows That While It Might Be Effective In The Research Lab, Its Findings Are Of Limited Use For The People S Complex, Real World Emotional Problems Saving Talk Therapy Is A Passionate And Deeply Researched Case For In Depth, Personally Transformative Psychotherapy That Incorporates The Benefits Of An Evidence Based Approach And Psychotropic Drugs Without Over Relying On Them.

[ Reading ] ➹ Saving Talk Therapy  Author Enrico Gnaulati – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 264 pages
  • Saving Talk Therapy
  • Enrico Gnaulati
  • 08 March 2018
  • 9780807093405

    10 thoughts on “[ Reading ] ➹ Saving Talk Therapy Author Enrico Gnaulati – Diclofenac16.us

  1. says:

    This book highlights the rise and fall of traditional talk therapy The first two chapters go over the beginnings of psychotherapy, starting with Sigmund Freud and moving through the various therapists after him and their contributions to the field These chapters, I thought, were very interesting, as they show how dynamic the field is and how many changes were made throughout its history, steadily getting effective in its methods The next two chapters, three and four, go over the rise of the first anti depressants, the most famous being Prozac starting in the 1980 s, and the introduction of scientifically measurable treatment methods like cognitive behavioral therapy C.B.T The author describes how the first anti depressants like Prozac and Xanax exploded onto the scene, apparently curing depression in people left and right, and making quite a lot of money in the process This leads up to the current situation in America, with most people with depression, or depressive like symptoms, on some sort of medication On top of this, scientifica...

  2. says:

    Saving Talk Therapy attempts to go a step further than books like The Emperor s New Drugs and Comfortably Numb in arguing that not only is the over reliance on psychiatric meds a harm to the psychiatry and psychology fields, but also in that new empirical driven techniques such as CBT cognitive behavioral therapy , DBT dialectical behavioral therapy and ACT acceptance and commitment therapy are also furthering the erosion of benefits of traditional talk therapy.I liked the background given to various types of talk therapy When I hear the words traditional talk therapy I picture Betty Draper lying on the couch with a completely detached man listening and then later telling her husband all about her hysteric condition, all the while not providing her with one microgram of help The author does a good job of explaining the different types of therapy analysis, existential therapy, etc and how they don t all boil down to Betty Draper s unhelpful analysis sessions.I did not find the evidence against CBT, DBT and ACT to be particularly compelling The author mostly uses anecdotes, although he admits that the very reason that CBT and the like have caught on so much is their ability to be empirically tested in research studies It therefore comes as no surprise that there is no evidence to suggest that one method of therapy may be useful...

  3. says:

    Saving Talk Therapy advocates what Freud established as psychotherapy The author is a fan of Freud which anyone in the psychology profession might be But he fails to mention the disservice Freud my have done to psychologically healthy women who were experiencing physical symptoms of hysteria In my opinion as a patient, talk therapy is a very legitimate treatment method However I have participated in both talk therapy and evidence based practices and I have benefited from both Discounting anything other than talk therapy to the psychiat...

  4. says:

    As a therapist, I found this book so validating It was great to read someone else experiencing the same struggles with the mental health system as well as giving some history as to how we got here I would definitely recommend this book for anyone, but I would especially recommend it for therapists.

  5. says:

    Great read I have listened to it Very well researched and beautifully written Will definitely buy it in print now Thank you.

  6. says:

    I first heard gnaulati on npr s On Point I felt that his defense of traditional insight oriented psychotherapy was spot on I also thought that his critique of the state of affairs in cognitive behavioral therapy was spot on In this text, he continues this argument against vapid and quite limited psychotherapy practices.As a private practitioner who struggles to keep his doors open given the practices outlined in this book, the author does highlight holes and misinformed practices that are governed by insurance companies, many of whom do not possess the expertise to truly understand the impact and manifestation of mental illness Although some might claim that his critique is pejorative or anecdotal, for those of us in practice, he very much speaks to the struggles inherent in giving patients quality care while also being able to earn a living He also highlights how the trending towards Mc treatment and a movement towa...

  7. says:

    This was a very interesting look at mental health care.

  8. says:

    Fascinating talk on the current mental health system and how we got here.

  9. says:

    Interesting look at our mental health care system.

  10. says:

    Well researched and argued At first I was defensive about his attacks on CBT, which has benefitted me, but as he described how CBT has been reduced to mere impersonal steps and worksheets in many cases like the Kaiser and VA models, I understood his critique My therapists were talk therapists who subtly wove in CBT techniques they let me talk and work through my issues.Having lost my wonderful health insurance, I m now in a plan with limited and rushed mental health ...

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