Joseph Wolpe

By: Poppen, Roger
Series: Key Figures in Counselling and PsychotherapyPublisher: London Sage publications 1995Description: vii, 225 p.ISBN: 9780803986671Subject(s): Wolpe | Joseph | Anxiety - Ethnology | Behaviour therapyDDC classification: 157.1 Summary: Joseph Wolpe brought about a revolution in psychotherapy. He provided the first clear alternative to therapy as an esoteric exploration of mental forces and presented, instead, clearly specified procedures and documented outcomes - a practical technology based on a fundamental science of learning. Roger Poppen, who witnessed some of this revolution first hand as a doctoral student, describes the major impact Wolpe′s theories had on psychotherapy, compelling it to address issues of effectiveness and accountability.
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Joseph Wolpe brought about a revolution in psychotherapy. He provided the first clear alternative to therapy as an esoteric exploration of mental forces and presented, instead, clearly specified procedures and documented outcomes - a practical technology based on a fundamental science of learning.
Roger Poppen, who witnessed some of this revolution first hand as a doctoral student, describes the major impact Wolpe′s theories had on psychotherapy, compelling it to address issues of effectiveness and accountability.

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