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The Language of Change - Elements of Therapeutic Communication (Anglais) Broché – 18 août 1993

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In this groundbreaking book, a world authority on human communication and communication therapy points out a basic contradiction in the way therapists use language. Although communications emerging in therapy are ascribed to the mind's unconscious, dark side, they are habitually translated in clinical dialogue into the supposedly therapeutic language of reason and consciousness. But, Dr. Watzlawick argues, it is precisely this bizarre language of the unconscious which holds the key to those realms where alone therapeutic change can take place. Dr. Watzlawick suggests that rather than following the usual procedure of interpreting the patient's communications and thereby translating them into the language of a given psychotherapeutic theory, the therapist must learn the patient's language and make his or her interventions in terms that are congenial to the patient's manner of conceptualizing reality. Only in that way, he shows, can the therapist effectively bring about genuine changes and problem resolutions. Drawing on the work of Milton H. Erickson, he supports his findings with many (and often amusing) examples. This book, then, is a virtual introductory course to the grammar and language of the unconscious.

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Paul Watzlawick was an associate at the Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, and clinical professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Stanford University Medical Center. An internationally known psychologist, Watzlawick died in 2007.

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Paul Watzlawick, thérapeute au MRI de Palo Alto et professeur à l'université de Stanford, est l'une des figures majeures du courant constructiviste. Il est l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages, notamment Une logique de la communication (Seuil, avec J. Helmick Beavin et D. Jackson), Changements, Paradoxes et Psychothérapie (Seuil, avec J. Weakland et R. Fisch), Le Langage du changement (Seuil), Les Cheveux du baron de Münchhausen (Seuil).

Giorgio Nardone, auteur de plusieurs livres, est directeur du Centro di terapia strategica di Arezzo, enseigne la psychologie clinique à l'université de Sienne. Il a contribué à faire évoluer dans un sens constructiviste le modèle thérapeutique de l'Ecole de Palo Alto.

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13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Wonderful! 21 septembre 2003
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Format: Broché
In this book, the author explains the relationships between consciousness, the brain, and interpersonal communication in a wonderful manner. The part about the analog and digital nature of human functioning and how it relates to human interaction and consciousness was especially interesting to me. If you are interested in the nature of communication and dysfunctions caused by the hidden but logical traps we set up for each other by the way we communicate with each other, give this book a try. If you'd like to understand more about communication and interpersonal relationships, I suggest "The Ever-Transcending Spirit" by Toru Sato. It has so many interesting insights about human relationships, it is totally amazing! Just give these books a try. I think it might change your life in a profound way.
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Principles in Changing Language 2 décembre 1999
Par rareoopdvds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Dr. Paul Watzlawick's book of change and communication, largely based on the work of Milton H. Erickson, dives right into the theories of the left and right hemispheric patterns in humans. Then discusses the language patterns of schizophrenics. These two major themes when studied and practiced yields a result of change. Watzlawick understands both that: all people have a set of language patterns; and secondly all people are using their brain when they speak. Knowing this will able the reader to speak effectively to a schizophrenic, or just about anyone in a theraputic sense which will allow change in individuals. This book is easy to read with a lot of information with a wonderful conclusion. Highly reccomended for those working in clinical psychology or just looking to change your self.
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Very Enlightening! 12 juin 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Don't be discouraged if it's a little hard to read at the beginning. After you get past those first chapters, it will get better. For me, it got so interesting I could barely put it down! It sheds lights on several things for me and the most hopeful things is the examples of how therapy doesn't have to take a long time! The examples of how language of change can quickly yield results will blow your mind away! Highly recommended!---For OCD, I also recommend Brain Lock!.
Explores the magic of language 19 octobre 2014
Par D. Diderot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
When the USSR began to fragment in the early 1980's, scientists with their lifetimes spent behind the "Iron Curtain," introduced banned Soviet manuscripts from minds like Lev Vygotsky, whose ideas on thought & language, would have supported Dr. Watzlawick's work conceptually & technically. In this farsighted text, Dr. Watzlawick deals with fanatically complex dynamics involved in linguistic instrumentality, communicational pragmatics, & in both tandem conscious & unconscious intersubjective processes.
Watzlawick & his post-Bateson crew, had situated training in a unique version of a psycholinguistic based, hybrid for on medical hypnotherapy, conceptualized by Milton H. Erickson. Gregory Bateson & Margaret Mead, in 1936, become friends to the Erickson's over a mutual interest in arcane Polynesian "trance rituals." During the Stanford Project of Gregory Bateson, Paul Watzlawick & Jay Haley were staff researchers wanting beyond the double-bind project goal, a taxonomy for "The Pragmatics of human Communication." Bateson turned his Stanford group over to Milton H. Erickson, MD, for hand-on psychotherapeutic training, employing, what on the surface seems bizarre, non-social language constructions.

As conceptualized by Watzlawick from the behaviorism wars conclusion (circa 1946-1985), his work was considered attending to a clients unconscious therapeutic behavior. Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP), was derived from another pair of training psychotherapist with Milton Erickson, which means the approaches overlap, yet still different.

Ironically, when considering Paul Watzlawick's position on many of todays insights, elevating his concerns of language & change to a scientifically valid body of knowledge. The "Black Box" of our brain had not occurred, the gene wasn't mapped, & computational science had not yet metered. The entire Bateson network was, in modern terms, anti-psychiatry, without the DSM-III, lousy drugs, & a largely ineffective psychotherapy profession. Their skepticism & well founded mistrust of genetics & behavior, research psychiatry, & their rigid views toward such topics, date their era. Researchers like Paul Watzlawick, had not in their later years, accept a legitimate role for genetic predisposition impacting real-time behavioral outcomes, or today's views on language & Adaptive Unconscious Processes, social priming, automatic behaviors, & subtle neurological issues could exist.
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Six stars! 22 septembre 2011
Par Charli - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Six stars! Exactly as listed. Excellent book worth reading by anyone interested in the process of change whether on a limited or a life-altering basis.
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