Heinrich Bartuska, Manfred Buchsbaumer, Gerda Mehta, Gerhard Pawlowsky, Stefan Wiesnagrotzki (Hg.)

Psychotherapeutic Diagnostic

Guidelines for the new standard

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Verlag: Springer Wien

Erschienen im April 2008

ISBN-13: 978-3-2117-7309-3, Bestell-Nr.: 101933

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For the first time this book provides a comprehensive diagnostic for all different methods in psychotherapy. Because of the individual approaches and structures this could not be realized until know. Experts of seventeen schools-of-thought came together at a round table and drew up guidelines for the daily work of psychotherapists. The result is documented in this book, containing a summary of relevant standard questions; it also includes methodological commentaries for practical implementation. Despite the individual approach of the different types of psychotherapies, this psychotherapeutic diagnostic is applicable for all psychotherapists.


Diagnose (medizinisch, psychiatrisch); Diagnostik (medizinisch, psychiatrisch); Frühdiagnose; Psychotherapie - Psychotherapeut; Therapie / Psychotherapie


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Contents Biographical Notes Introduction Heiner Bartuska, Stefan Wiesnagrotzki: History of the Origination of Psychotherapeutic Diagnostics 1. Diagnostic Guideline for Psychotherapists 9 Preamble A. Psychotherapeutic Diagnostics A. I. Establishing a Diagnosis 1. Symptomatology in Relation to Personality Aspects 2. The Psychotherapeutic Relationship 3. Risk Level A. II. Indications 1. Indications of Psychotherapeutic Treatment 2. Indications of Additional Diagnostic Clarification 3. Indications of a Specific Psychotherapeutic Treatment Option 4. Contraindications B. Psychotherapeutic Guidelines B. I. Guidelines for Establishing a Diagnosis 1. Guideline for the Symptomatological Dimension in Relation to Personality Aspects 2. Guideline for the Dimension 'Psychotherapeutic Relationship' 3. Guideline for Assessing Risk level B. II. Guidelines for Indication 1. Guideline for the Indication of Psychotherapeutic Treatment 2. Guideline for Indication of Further Diagnostic Investigation XIV 3. Guideline for Indication of Specific Psychotherapeutic Options Appendix Appendix 1: Official Expert Opinion (1991) Appendix 2: Supreme Court Decisions Manfred Buchsbaumer & Eds.: Explanatory Notes and Definitions 2. Management and Application of Diagnostics from the Different Methodological Perspectives benedikt lesniewicz: Analytical Psychology (AP) Franz Sedlak: Autogenic Psychotherapy (ATP) Augustinus Karl Wucherer-Huldenfeld, Hans-Dieter Foerster: Daseinsanalyse (DA) Friederike Goldmann, Lilli Lehner: Dynamic Group Psychotherapy (DG) Alfried Längle: The Process of Diagnosis in Existential Analysis Otmar Wiesmeyr: Existential Analysis and Logotherapy(EL) Gerhard Stemberger: Gestalt Theoretical Psychotherapy (GTP) Hans Kanitschar: Hypnopsychotherapy (HY) Kathleen Höll: Integrative Gestalt Psychotherapy (IG) Markus Hochgerner: Concentrative Movement Therapy (CMT) Marianne Martin, Franz Sedlak: Guided Affective Imagery Psychotherapy (GAI) August Ruhs: Psychoanalysis (PA) Michael Wieser: Psychodrama (PD) Robert Hutterer: Person- and Client-Centered Psychotherapy (PP & CP) Gerda Mehta: Diagnostic guidelines for systemic family therapists. It is time for integration Amanda Berghold-Straka: Transactional Diagnosis Erwin Parfy: Behavior Therapy (BT) 3. Diagnostics in Different Professions Stefan Wiesnagrotzki: Diagnostics in Medicine, Psychiatry and Psychosomatics Elisabeth Wagner: Psychotherapeutic Diagnostics in Forensics Anton-Rupert Laireiter: Clinical-Psychological and Psychotherapeutic Diagnostics Contents XV Marion Bauer-Lehrner, Ursula Margreiter: The Significance of Diagnostics for Psychotherapy - A Survey 4. On the Meaning of the Fundamental Terms Manfred Buchsbaumer: Suffering - Disorder, Illness - Illness Status Gerhard Pawlowsky: Personality - Personality Structure - Personality Disorders Gerda Mehta: The Psychotherapeutic Relationship - an Explosive Power in Principle Heiner Bartuska: Crises and the Critical Potential Heiner Bartuska: Application of these Analogies to the Reflection Training of Psychotherapists 5. Psychotherapeutic Status Based on the Diagnostic Guideline for Psychotherapists Contents