Chapter Three: "Think Stop and Walk Anyway:

Putting Distance Between You and Unhelpful Thinking in Your Clinical Work"

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


Introduction: Going Inside Out
Part I: Skills for Understanding and Managing Reactivity to Clinical Work
Ch. 1:  The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Interactive Brain
Ch. 2:  Getting Real About Your Work
Ch. 3:  Think Stop, and Walk Anyway: Putting Distance Between You and Unhelpful Thinking in Your Clinical Work
Ch. 4:  Smelling the Roses (as Well as All That's Rancid): Mindfulness of Emotion in Clinical Work
Ch. 5:  Crossroads:  The Juncture of Past and Present in Your Clinical Work
Ch. 6:  Really Knowing Your Travel Companion: Skills for Orienting to Difficult Clients
Ch. 7:  Beware of Falling Rocks:  Navigating the Most Precarious Reactions in Clinical Work
Part II: Effective Use of Reactivity Management Skills to Enhance Clinical Work
Ch. 8:  Knowing When to Hold 'Em and When to Fold 'Em: The Role of Timing in Effective Intervention
Ch. 9:  Relational Leadership, Part I:  Getting Real with Clients:  The Critical Role of Authenticity in the Therapeutic Relationship
Ch. 10:  Relational Leadership, Part II: Ditching the Bad Behavior Manager
Ch. 11:  Lost in Left Field: Managing the Unexpected, The Extreme, and the Repugnant with Clients
Ch. 12:  The Road Ahead
References
Index