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26 Sep The Science and Artwork of Psychotherapy: Insider’s Guidebook



(Go to: http://www.uctv.television set/) Victoria Lemle Beckner, Assistant Scientific Professor in the UCSF Division of Psychiatry, discusses the diverse approaches to psychotherapy and how exploration informs clinical practice to enable patients obtain lasting enhancement. Sequence: “UCSF Osher Mini Clinical Faculty for the Community” [5/2012] [Health and Medicine] [Display ID: 23797]

26 Comments
  • David K
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    How psychotherapy works is that if they like you, they will help you, and if they don't, they won't.

  • Dr. Alessandro Drago
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    She is right, Psychotherapy is absolutely a "mistery", a process where two person, never meet before, face to face, transform the past, with its pain and sorrow, in an extraordinary risource for "here-and-now". It's fantastic!

  • baconlatte
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    The way the biz talks to itself seems quite detached from reality. Very idealized. The language evokes scientific principles but much of it seems improvised and speculative. I have found the biz to be severely lacking in integrity, oversight, evidence, informed consent, self-awareness. The client has no way to establish the therapist's own mental health, and it seem no small number of therapists are themselves troubled and seeking some redemption or healing from their practice. A dangerous trap.

    I also notice in this talk and elsewhere how therapists make the leap from theoretical knowledge about psychology to assuming that they possess wisdom about how to live. If a therapist wants to educate me in the science of the mind and human development, that's fine. Then I am paying a technical consultant to share their knowledge. But when they try to instruct in the ways of living, give advice, furnish insights… then they have become self-appointed gurus and sages. Therapists who think they are in a position to be people fixers or life changers can be downright dangerous.

    Also, the data on outcomes seems sketchy and specious, and probably vastly underreports the incidence of client traumatizing or harm, people who go away quietly to suffer and are never heard from again. I am one such person.

  • James G. Brown
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Excellent presentation on the field of psychotherapy. Really informative and detailed. If you watched this, you just received something very valuable for free. Thank you internet

  • Eli Kuzmić
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    In that interesting talk, with respect , send marked good base. How changes woun"t replacement in will a disorder whit "could and be" model, maybe, by the same approach on different one , a way helping (?) person too realize that became a treat must take offer as it planed ? asked subject, could be a meter reassure than in search own basement, must left introspected in takes, only abuse in part of. What after? off fertility, because somebody want have a new magazine without answer on mess with a barbie? Please not answer , Do not like any word not emotional colored also, on simple not, not planed be, but already have two wordly mine and do not want a new one. As child and grown need to be one, never have send a report without translator who is a bad friend, cultural and numbering worth for continue a life named "project" No more please. My excuse. Life is too precious and in just existing ,for moments send regard to past humans. Thank you.

  • Marilyn Rabinowitz
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Excellent talk.  You don't mention Transpersonal Counselling.  I am studying Transpersonal Art Therapy and would like to know what you think of this approach.

  • bipolar transition
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Why do they call them "problems" and "disorders"?. Is stress really that bad, why does the mind try react by inducing certain chemicals in the body that allows one to cope with the increased stress?. I would be more inclined to say the other 50% of people whom do not experience some kind of "disorder" are not normal and are mentally inept. One cannot simply  alter ones own state of mind, it requires great skill,  it is a phenomenal skill  🙂 which the other 50% of people cannot achieve!!. If  one can mentally change the dynamics of their own brain, that should be studied in great detail,  how they do it and not ridiculed like it is some type of disease which needs a cure.

  • PhoenixAsh
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    I just have to share this: I'm a guy myself but I'm badly disturbed by the image I've created of my psychotherapist's sex life. The problem started when I found that he has a lot of public Facebook updates and there are a lot of other things public on his page. So I found out that he likes open relationships and tantric sex. I'm always disturbed by his big cock bulge (sorry for my language) I can't tell this to him even though he should really make his profile private because his other patients probably have found out too that he enjoys tantric sex with many women. I can't stand the idea of my therapist being "a sex beast" even though he's a human being too but I didn't want to know even though it was my own fault when I looked up his profile in Facebook. These are really modern world problems which health care professionals should consider. Keep your profiles hidden or private if you don't want your patients see too much of your personal life. I'm sure my therapist is an obscene, lustful and horny man who enjoys outrageous sex acts. I can't stop the images coming into my mind. I need to stop this therapy. I just can't tell him the truth! I'd die from embarrasment.

  • Hayley Lewis
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Psychoanalysis is the left brain change where real change occurs. (Over time) CBT is the quick and cheap therapy that insurance companies like (because it's short and crappy) CBT gives tools to change, (right brain change) that does not last. CBT looks to be the most successful BECAUSE IT HAS HAD THE MOST RESEARCH DONE…because insurance companies benefit from it as a cheap and fast treatment. 52minutes into the presentation she admits this

  • Hayley Lewis
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    How do I get a copy of the homework/feedback form. I want to measure my outcomes?

  • Philippe Jacquet & Associates
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Excellent video, very beneficial for those who took time to watch it.

  • MrGrevy
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Amazing that the ridiculous, unproven psychodynamic nonsense is still considered therapeutic. Behavior therapy has settled the debate.

  • Shira Goldberg
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    As an MFT Grad student, at University of San Francisco, I have to tell you that this is such a comprehensive introduction to psychotherapy!  Well done!  You really added so much amazing content, and I am really glad you included the Transtheoretical Model of the Stages of Change.  So happy I stumbled across this presentation.

  • FastThumbs
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    very interesting

  • choosinganame123
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Starts at 3.30

  • Orsolya Kelemen
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    This lady likes data :)

  • Ethan H
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    ''and um'' she sounds half asleep!
    

  • MrFhackc3
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    You can't even spell "offense". I'm offended
    

  • Rich Models
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Great, I really liked it

  • george epooh
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    NO OFFENCE BUT THIS WAS A COMMERCIAL AND SHE ISN'T TOO DYNAMIC. SORRY 

  • Nancy Capers
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Excellent talk @ how and why psychotherapy works, not only psychologically but physically (brain changes, improving immune system, etc.) as well. Useful for interns as well as practising clinicians. Highly recommend.

  • HowDareThey1970
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    She leaves out mental health counselors… (Master's in Mental Health Counseling)

  • Todd Atkins
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    Very interesting.

  • theruffus
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    I wasn't aware there are 1.5 hr long ads these days…

  • T.J. Dotson
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    I'm studying Psych right now.. and this is probably one of the useful lectures I've seen so far. Amazing work. 

  • Loose Change
    Posted at 21:37h, 26 September

    The physiological effects are pretty scary. Time to chill out!

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