SALT LAKE, UTAH, USA, Sept. 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Japanese edition of Dr. Scot Waltman’s bestselling Socrates Questioning for Therapist and Counselors will be released next month. The book discusses the framework for using Socratic strategies in psychotherapy and counseling.
Best-selling author, clinical psychologist and CBT trainer Dr. Scott Waltman’s book Socratic Questioning for Therapists and Counselors: Learn How to Think and Intervene Like a Cognitive Behavior Therapist is acclaimed and applauded by psychologists and counselors worldwide. The book is an ultimate guide for trainee therapists, early career professionals, supervisors, trainers, and any clinician seeking to refine and improve their ability to use Socratic strategies to bring about lasting change. This book provides detailed instructions on troubleshooting the Socratic Method.
The framework is provided and illustrated with real-life case studies after being refined through numerous extensive cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) training efforts. The literature includes case studies, tips, techniques, strategies and tactics for dealing with the most ingrained beliefs. An adaptable and broadly applicable framework draws from various therapies and theoretical orientations. Scott believes this book will help readers learn how to apply this framework to specialized populations such as patients with borderline personality disorder who receive dialectical behavior therapy.
Dr. Scott Waltman is a renowned trainer in Socratic techniques and cognitive-behavioral theories. He strives to flexibly and compassionately apply cognitive and behavioral interventions to help people overcome obstacles in their lives, to facilitate building a meaningful life guided by passion and values. Dr. Waltman believes that these techniques can bring about significant and lasting changes in the health of patients. Recently, Dr. Scott was also invited as a keynote speaker at the “How To Think Like Socrates” virtual conference.
Dr. Waltman’s best-selling book on Socratic Questioning is currently available in English, Chinese, Portuguese, Turkish, and Russian, and the Japanese edition will be available to read by next month.
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