Sylvania, Ohio: C & E Ltd., 2012. 255 s. -- ISBN: 0877736421
Therapeutic impasses are seduced processes that occur within a therapeutic session between clients and the therapist. When an impasse develops, all members of the therapeutic system become stuck and only minimal progress is made by the clients; often therapy ends prematurely. The purpose of this book is to assist both novice and seasoned therapists to identify and reflect upon the types of professional therapeutic roles that they assume in their practice, some of which may lead to impasses.