Johannes Kieding, LCSW

Phone: 585-530-0953

E-mail: AStandForHealth@acceleratedpsychotherapy.com

Address: 145 East University BLVD, Tucson AZ 85705


"The core conflict must be experienced again and again, but with a different outcome."

-- Dr. Patricia Coughlin (2014), paraphrasing Alexander and French (1946) on the emotionally corrective experience

 

Literature and Media

Articles written by myself

‘Crystallizing’ in Skorman’s Adaptation of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

From Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming Self-rejection

Parenting Essentials

 

Review of Attachment Trauma Literature, a Clinical Vignette on Treatment

 

How to Avoid the Trap of Arguing by Establishing Bold Intimacy

 

Parenting Difficutlies and a Way Forward

 

Common Relationship Problems and Solutions

 

The Importance of Anger and the Travesty of "Anger Management"

Resistance, the Crippled Self, ISTDP and a Path to Freedom

 

Dating Ethically: Addressing Common Frustrations Honestly and Openly

How Developing Therapists Can Overcome Common Areas of Concern

Articles authored by others:

Dr. Stephen Buller

Understanding Davanloo’s intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy: A guide forclinicians

 

Dr. Jonathan Shedler

 

Where is the Evidence for "evidence-based" Therapy?

 

The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Marvin Skorman

 

Anger: It's Not what you Think

 

Dr. Allan Abbas

 

Bringing Character Changes with Davanloo’s Intensive Short-term DynamicPsychotherapy.

 

Dr. Patricia Coughlin

 

ISTDP – An Introduction

 

The Role of Therapist Activity in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

 

Jon Fredrickson, MSW

 

Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: An Introduction

 

Children and Parenting Issues

 

What is my child's behavior telling me?

 

Dr. Harvey Karp

 

Interview with Dr. Harvey Karp -- on his work with children

 

Saul McLeod

 

Attachment Theory

 

Kevin O'Connor

 

Addressing Diversity Issues in Play Therapy

 

Gerald Monk and John Winslade

 

Narrative Mediation: A New Approach to Conflict Resolution

Amy Morin

A 19-Year Study Reveals Kindergarten Students With These 2 Skills Are Twice as Likely to Obtain a College Degree (And They Have Nothing to Do With Reading)