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What Psychotherapists Learn from Their Clients

Sherry L. Hatcher, PhD, ABPP, Editor
"How I wish I'd had the benefit of What Psychotherapists Learn from Their Clients several decades ago. This book illuminates a seldom discussed but crucial area of the treatment relationship. The popular notion, held by patients and clinicians alike, is that the therapist is there to "treat" the patient. S/he is the expert, the seer holding all the answers, the keys to the basement, and the combination to the vault where all the secrets are kept. Embedded in this way of thinking is also something of a pretense that, because the psychotherapist is present in the role of clinician, s/he is not involved in the process and certainly not affected by the client other than in a countertransferential manner. Perhaps the traditional focus in our training-that therapy is not a social relationship, that boundaries are an essential and ethical part of practice, and that we must learn and adhere to role-appropriate behavior-results in our learning to avoid an awareness of our patients' influence on us, and of what we learn from them, not just about them. Largely hidden from this perspective is the fact that one of the operative terms in the idea of the treatment relationship is relationship. The therapist is 50 percent of the dyad, fully one half of the enterprise. And among psychotherapists, it is a widely known secret that being in the privileged position of learning about the private struggles, secret torments and desires, and fundamental heartbreaks of other human beings affects us deeply and throughout our lives."
- Margaret Cramer, PhD, ABPP

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Sherry L. Hatcher, PhD, ABPP (editor) is currently faculty chair in the clinical psychology program at Fielding Graduate University. She previously edited another book while on faculty at the University of Michigan where she earned Excellence in Education awards in three separate years. Dr. Hatcher has authored numerous articles in peer-reviewed psychology journals such as Psychotherapy, Teaching of Psychology, and PsycCRITIQUES, for which journal she serves on the editorial board. For seven years Dr. Hatcher served on the Michigan Psychological Association Ethics Committee, and she teaches on that topic, among others such as psychotherapy research, clinical interviewing, and supervision.

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