Leigh McCullough, Ph.D., is an Associate Clinical Professor and the Director of the Psychotherapy Research Program at Harvard Medical School. The author of Changing Character (1997), she was the 1996 Voorhees Distinguished Professor at The Menninger Clinic and received the 1996 Michael Franz Basch Award from the Silvan Tomkins Institute for her contributions toward the exploration of affect in psychotherapy. She conducts training seminars worldwide, and maintains an independent clinical practice in Dedham, MA.
Working with a client trapped in an all-too-familiar cycle of victimization and self-blame, Leigh McCullough, a nationally recognized expert in brief psychodynamic therapy, illustrates her powerful approach to restructuring defenses through an inspired combination of psychodynamic and learning theory techniques.
ISBN: 978-1-932462-59-3 • 1999 • 95 Minutes • $79.95