Jeffrey Kottler showcases his expert skills in integrating multiple therapy approaches in an actual counselling session in this 3-part video.
What Jeffrey Kottler has noticed in his vast training in multiple theoretical perspectives is that all kinds of therapy work. Good therapy is when the therapist engages the client and combines certain core ingredients including a combination of insight and action, and cognition and affect. In this video, Kottler engages with a client who is struggling with two losses: the ending of a romantic relationship and her children moving out. You’ll be impressed by how quickly he makes a connection with her and uses this alliance to allow his interventions to take root. Creatively pulling techniques from a variety of approaches, and even using humor, he helps her develop a new focus on how she can bridge her loneliness by reaching out to people in new ways. Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Kottler and facilitate a discussion on the approach.
By watching this counselling video, you'll be able to:
- Discuss the essential elements of what Kottler views as good therapy, including focusing on the relationship, listening, creating a place for catharsis, activating emotion, and providing insight and structure for taking action.
- Describe Kottler's counselling style and how he tailors his approach depending on the client's wants and needs.
- Integrate multiple counselling approaches in your sessions with clients.
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Jeffrey A. Kottler, PhD is Professor and Chair of the Department of Counselling at California State University, Fullerton. He has worked as a teacher, counsellor, therapist, and researcher in a variety of settings including hospitals, mental health centers, schools, crisis centers, clinics, universities, corporations, and private practice. Dr. Kottler has been a Fulbright Scholar in Iceland and Peru, as well as having lectured extensively around the world. He is also President and Co-Founder of the Madhav Ghimire Foundation which provides educational scholarships for lower caste girls in rural Nepal who would otherwise be unable to attend school.
Dr. Kottler has authored 65 books in psychology, education, and counselling. His books are directed towards a number of different audiences: 1) for practicing therapists and counsellors about the inner world of helping others; 2) for teachers and educators about the human dimensions of helping; and 3) for students in education and helping professions. Kottler is also known for his provocative books about contemporary issues and human struggles, such as the forbidden world of what people do when they're alone, the phenomenon of crying and what it means in people's lives, the inner world of murder and the reasons why people are vicariously attracted to violence.
Some of Dr. Kottler's books for therapists include: On Being a Therapist, The Imperfect Therapist: Learning From Failure in Therapeutic Practice, and Compassionate Therapy: Working With Difficult Clients.
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