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“Single-Session Therapy. An introduction to principles and practise“

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The very next day I began putting into practise some of the key points of SST in the course of ongoing “conventional” sessions, and I have to say that I noticed an im-provement in my subjective experience in terms of: - focus on the patient’s goal within the specific session; - more accurate restating of resources and engagement in therapy (which, I noticed, increases the feeling of partnership in the process); - and, most of all, improved results in terms of effectiveness, of systematic feedback during the session!! All this leads me to say I’m delighted to have acquired this new methodology and I’m very happy to continue sharing new developments in SST and my personal experiences!

Monica Leva - Psychologist and systemic relationship therapist

The latest news about Single-Session Therapy

Single-session and web therapy: A research on online SST for gambling intervention

In today ‘s article we will address a highly topical issue with respect to the world of psychotherapies or the growth of psychological services provided via the web , focusing in particular on a research concerning the provision of an online Single Session Therapy service for young people who have a gambling addiction (Rodda et al ., 2016).

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Single-session group therapy: the employed for person PEP program for addiction treatment

In today ‘s article we will focus on an innovative model of brief group therapy based on the work of psychiatrist Irvine Yalom (1983) , included in the Program Employed for Persons (PEP ) for patients with addiction problems, carried out at Eagleville Hospital ( Pennsylvania) , a hospital facility that offers different levels of assistance ranging from acute psychiatric hospitalization to specialized residential addiction treatment (Weiner, 1987).

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