Part I: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW. 1. The Interpersonal Process Approach. Part II: RESPONDING TO CLIENTS. 2. Establishing a Working Alliance. 3. Honoring the Client's Resistance. 4. An Internal Focus for Change. 5. Helping Clients with Their Feelings. Part III: CONCEPTUALIZING CLIENT PROBLEMS AND DEVELOPING A TREATMENT FOCUS. 6. Familial and Developmental Factors. 7. Inflexible Interpersonal Coping Strategies. 8. Relational Themes and Reparative Experiences. Part IV: RESOLUTION AND CHANGE. 9. An Interpersonal Solution. 10. Working-Through and Termination. Glossary. APPENDICES: A. Process Notes. B. Case Formulation Guidelines.
Edward Teyber is an Emeritus professor (psychology) at California State University (CSU), San Bernardino. Dr. Teyber received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Michigan State University. He has enjoyed being active in clinical practice, supervision and training, and research with children and families as well as in psychotherapy process for nearly 40 years. He still writes popular press and professional articles and chapters, and is also the author of the popular-press book HELPING CHILDREN COPE WITH DIVORCE and a textbook published by Brooks/Cole, CASEBOOK IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT TREATMENT: CULTURAL AND FAMILIAL CONTEXTS, 2nd Edition. Dr. Teyber maintains a part-time private practice, enjoys golf and doing anything outdoors with family and friends. Faith Holmes Teyber is an Emeritus professor (psychology) at CSU, San Bernardino. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA. Dr. Teyber's research and publications have been in the area of high risk families. She is also Co-Director of a project with incarcerated parents that teaches them positive parenting practices and helps them process their traumatic developmental histories. She is co-author with Edward Teyber of CASEBOOK IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT TREATMENT: CULTURAL AND FAMILIAL CONTEXTS. Dr. Teyber continues to see clients and provide supervision to graduate students.