5 edition of Therapeutic discourse and Socratic dialogue found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Tullio Maranhão.|
|Series||Rhetoric of the human sciences|
|LC Classifications||RC488.5 .M34 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||86040056|
Socratic dialogue has been widely recognized as afitting tool for implementing the collabora- tive empiricism and guided discovery aspects of cognitive therapy (A. T. Beck et al., ; J. S. Socratic questioning, now called Socratic dialogue, is no longer a chair-bound, predominantly cognitive intervention. Instead, it is most effective when paired with action-packed therapy methods such as behavioural experiments, role plays, imagery, and interactive writing.
The Socratic method (also known as method of Elenchus, elenctic method, or Socratic debate), is a form of cooperative argumentative dialogue between individuals, based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking and to draw out ideas and underlying is named after the Classical Greek philosopher Socrates and is introduced by him in Plato's Theaetetus as. The Socratic dialogue is entirely self-contained. There are three levels (or orders) of discourse in a Socratic dialogue: first, the discourse of the dialogue itself; second, strategic discourse about the direction or shape of the dialogue as it unfolds; third, meta-discourse about the rules governing the dialogue.
Socratic dialogue (Ancient Greek: Σωκρατικὸς λόγος) is a genre of literary prose developed in Greece at the turn of the fourth century BC. It is preserved in the works of Plato and discussion of moral and philosophical problems between two or more characters in a dialogue is an illustration of one version of the Socratic method. Additionally, Socratic questioning is also thought to help the patient to be more active in the process of treatment, and thus practice and better learn the skills emphasized in therapy (Neenan, ). Thus, Socratic questioning might impact symptoms by facilitating client engagement in treatment or fostering therapy skill acquisition.
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Psychoanalysis, Gestault therapy, object relations, ego therapy, family therapy--all treat human disorders by therapeutic discourse. In this thought-provoking book, Tullio Maranhao examines the rhetoric of therapeutic discourse, focusing on psychoanalysis and family therapy and using samples of Socratic dialogue, as he addresses the critical question, "What is is that cures?"Cited by: Psychoanalysis, Gestault therapy, object relations, ego therapy, family therapy--all treat human disorders by therapeutic discourse.
In this thought-provoking book, Tullio Maranhao examines the rhetoric of therapeutic discourse, focusing on psychoanalysis and family therapy and using samples of Socratic dialogue, as he addresses the critical question, "What is is that cures?"3/5(1).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maranhão, Tullio. Therapeutic discourse and Socratic dialogue. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, The eleventh chapter compares Socratic dialectic dialogue with therapeutic discourse.
In Brief, The Socratic dialogue finds its center of gravity in power and rhetoric transforming knowledge in its always approached but never attained goal. Therapeutic discourse, to the contrary, bases itself on a [pre-existent, external] knowledge platform.
Furthermore, the objects of therapeutic discourse are. This book presents a framework for the use of Socratic strategies in psychotherapy and counseling. The framework has been fine-tuned in multiple large-scale cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) training initiatives and is presented and demonstrated with applied case examples.
The text is rich with case examples, tips, tricks, strategies, and methods for dealing with the most entrenched of beliefs. For, in its quest for unity, therapeutic discourse meets an ’epistemo- logical puzzle’ (xiv), bestowed by Socrates’ philosophy, which originated ’one of the essential tensions of the Western cultural heritage’ (), the tearing dilemma between ’fragmentation’ and ’integration’ of.
a ’trinity’ constituted by ’knowl. Socratic Method / Socratic Questioning / Socratic Dialogue. The Socratic Method has been defined as “a method of guided discovery in which the therapist asks a series of carefully sequenced questions to help define problems, assist in the identification of thoughts and beliefs, examine the meaning of events, or assess the ramifications of particular thoughts or behaviors” (Beck & Dozois, ).
Socratic questioning (sometimes referred to as the Socratic method) involves a disciplined and thoughtful dialogue between two or more people. It is widely used in teaching and counseling to expose and unravel deeply-held values and beliefs that frame and support what we think and say.
Examples and Observations "The 'Socratic dialogue' or the 'Platonic dialogue' usually begins with Socrates professing ignorance of the subject asks questions of the other characters, the result being a fuller understanding of the subject.
The dialogues are usually named after the key person interrogated by Socrates, as in Protagoras where this famous Sophist is questioned. Socratic dialogue has three, distinctive levels.
The first level is the dialogue or conversation second level is strategic discourse, which describes the shape of the dialogue as it. The term cognitive restructuring refers to the process of challenging, and changing, irrational thoughts. Socratic questioning is one technique to encourage this process.
Therapists use Socratic questioning verbally by asking probing questions about their clients' irrational thoughts. I was going to say this.
Read the original texts. Later, maybe you can find a book that attempts to instruct in the use of the Socratic method, but why not start by reading Socrates (Plato's dialogues).
I'd skip the Republic, though. It's more just an expression of Plato's own philosophy put into the mouth of Socrates. By John W. Neumayr, Ph.D One of the distinguishing features of Thomas Aquinas College is its Discussion Method of teaching.
Though the technique is as old as Socrates, it has never been in vogue. Nor is it today. The vast majority of colleges here and abroad use the lecture method. Yet what Socrates saw in it over 2, years ago is still valid.
There is a vital aspect of teaching that can. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 3 hour workshop Socratic dialogue has been a part of Beck’s cognitive therapy since its beginnings in the s. Padesky outlined four steps in the Socratic Dialogue process twenty years ago that now serve as a foundation for learning this approach.
This workshop illustrates these four steps with clinical demonstrations and practice [ ]. of critical thinking (Part One), followed by some examples of Socratic dialogue (Part Two), and then the mechanics of Socratic dialog (Part Three).
The fourth and fifth sections focus on the importance of questioning in teaching, the contribution of Socrates, and the link between Socratic.
Of course, Socrates was not a therapist and a pure application of the Socratic Method with a perfect fidelity would not be therapeutic. This webinar presents a more empathic and collaborative approach to using Socratic strategies in a clinical context; Socratic strategies are integrated with good clinical practices in a manner that is.
The Socratic method forces people "to confront their own dogmatism," according to Leonard Nelson, a German philosopher who wrote on such subjects as ethics and theory of knowledge until he was forced by the rise of Nazism to quit. By doing so, participants in Socratic dialogue are, in effect,' 'forcing themselves to be free," Nelson maintains.
This superb collection offers an array of rich variations on a theme central to a multitude of disciplines: the nature of dialogue. Drawing on literary, philosophical, and linguistic concepts, the essays range from broad questions of the representation of knowledge and interpretation of meaning to case studies of dialogue's function in specific fields.
Seeskin presents a therapeutic model of the Socratic elenchus where Socratic dialogue is not merely a test of intellect in search of correct definitions. It is also a test of human character. Teach Like Socrates: Guiding Socratic Dialogs and Discussions in the Classroom.
THE SIX TYPES OF SOCRATIC QUESTIONS Due to the rapid addition of new information and the advancement of science and technology that occur almost daily, an engineer must constantly expand his or her horizons beyond simple gathering information and relying on the basic engineering principles.
Two cornerstones of cognitive therapy have been identified by Padesky and Greenberger (). The first is the therapeutic relationship and the second is the use of ‘guided discovery’ – this phrase is often used interchangeably with ‘Socratic questioning’ although technically the latter is one particular technique employed to achieve guided discovery.
About the Author Tullio Maranhao, associate professor of anthropology at Rice University, is the author of Therapeutic Discourse and Socratic Dialogue.Socratic Dialogue is a well-known and often used method of assisting clients to identify potentially harmful thoughts and then challenge their thinking.
This approach is based on the practice of disciplined, thoughtful dialogue devised by Socrates and delivered between therapist and client.