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Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy

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Willam B. Stiles, Anssi Peräkylä, Charles Antaki, Sanna Vehviläinen, Ivan Leudar, Fabrizio Bercelli, Federico Rossano, Maurizio Viaro, John Rae, Clare MacMartin, Mia Halonen, Wes Sharrock, Shirley Truckle, Thomas Colombino, Jacqueline Hayes, Kevin Booth, Ulrich Streeck
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  • Date Published: February 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521179829

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  • Psychotherapy is a 'talking cure'- clients voice their troubles to therapists, who listen, prompt, question, interpret and generally try to engage in a positive and rehabilitating conversation with their clients. Using the sophisticated theoretical and methodological apparatus of Conversation Analysis - a radical approach to how language in interaction works - this book sheds light on the subtle and minutely organised sequences of speech in psychotherapeutic sessions. It examines how therapists deliver questions, cope with resistance, reinterpret experiences and how they can use conversation to achieve success. Conversation is a key component of people's everyday and professional lives and this book provides an unusually detailed insight into the complexity and power of talk in institutional settings. Featuring contributions from a collection of internationally renowned authors, Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy will appeal to researchers and graduate students studying conversation analysis across the disciplines of psychology, sociology and linguistics.

    • Uses theoretical and methodological apparatus of conversation analysis to examine the power of speech in psychotherapeutic sessions
    • Includes an extensive introductory chapter and a final summary of the major findings
    • Features contributions from internationally renowned authors in the field
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    “This volume highlights the considerable insights that emerge as a result of using conversation analysis to better understand psychotherapeutic interaction. Through an examination of the practices and procedures within the 'talking cure,' the contributors help initiate a dialogue between students of interaction and psychotherapy researchers. Their findings indicate that conversation analysis can highlight key aspects of the psychotherapeutic process which have hitherto remained somewhat opaque.”
    - Dr Mike Forrester, Department of Psychology, University of Kent at Canterbury

    "This is an outstanding edited collection. In a modest volume it brings together cutting edge conversation analytic studies of psychotherapist–client interaction. It presents the best available single source of current knowledge on psychotherapeutic talk. Notable aspects of the book include the rigorous empirical work and the breadth of psychoanalytic theory and practice covered. Another impressive thing is the original and ethnomethodologically inspired ways an applied thread is incorporated into some of the studies without compromising the “pure” nature of the analytic work..."
    - Ann Weatherall, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Journal of Language and Social Psychology

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    • Date Published: February 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521179829
    • length: 234 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 13 mm
    • weight: 0.32kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword: filling the gaps Willam B. Stiles
    1. Analysing psychotherapy in practice Anssi Peräkylä, Charles Antaki, Sanna Vehviläinen and Ivan Leudar
    2. Formulations in psychotherapy Charles Antaki
    3. Clients' responses to therapists' re-interpretations Fabrizio Bercelli, Federico Rossano and Maurizio Viaro
    4. Lexical substitution as a therapeutic resource John Rae
    5. Resisting optimistic questions in narrative and solution-focused therapies Clare MacMartin
    6. Conversation analysis and psychoanalysis: interpretation, affect and intersubjectivity Anssi Peräkylä
    7. Identifying and managing resistance in psychoanalytic interaction Sanna Vehviläinen
    8. Person reference as a device for constructing experiences as typical in group therapy Mia Halonen
    9. Conversation of emotions: on turning play into psychoanalytic psychotherapy Ivan Leudar, Wes Sharrock, Shirley Truckle, Thomas Colombino, Jacqueline Hayes and Kevin Booth
    10. A psychotherapist's view of conversation analysis Ulrich Streeck
    11. A review of conversational practices of psychotherapy Sanna Vehviläinen, Anssi Peräkylä, Charles Antaki and Ivan Leudar.

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    Anssi Peräkylä, University of Helsinki

    Charles Antaki, Loughborough University

    Sanna Vehviläinen, University of Helsinki

    Ivan Leudar, University of Manchester

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    Willam B. Stiles, Anssi Peräkylä, Charles Antaki, Sanna Vehviläinen, Ivan Leudar, Fabrizio Bercelli, Federico Rossano, Maurizio Viaro, John Rae, Clare MacMartin, Mia Halonen, Wes Sharrock, Shirley Truckle, Thomas Colombino, Jacqueline Hayes, Kevin Booth, Ulrich Streeck

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