Rosemary K. M. Sword
Stanford University
PsychologyTemporal theoryMetaphor therapyPsychotherapistClinical psychology
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Publications 5
#1Philip G. Zimbardo (Stanford University)H-Index: 21
#2Rosemary K. M. Sword (Stanford University)H-Index: 3
#1Richard M. SwordH-Index: 3
Last. Sarah R. BrunskillH-Index: 2
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Based on Zimbardo’s Temporal Theory, Time Perspective Therapy (TPT) was developed by Richard and Rosemary Sword as a new therapeutic clinical skill as described in The Time Cure (Zimbardo et al., The time cure: Overcoming PTSD with the new psychology of time perspective therapy. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 2012) A 4 year pilot study which evaluated the effectiveness of TPT by following 29 veterans clinically diagnosed with chronic and severe PTSD indicates long-lasting decreases of self-reported...
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#1Richard M. SwordH-Index: 3
Last. Philip G. Zimbardo (Stanford University)H-Index: 47
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Time perspective therapy (TPT) is a new time-based therapy that focuses on clients' perceptions of their past, present, and future. Based on Zimbardo's temporal theory and the utilization of the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory, the authors have developed this new narrative therapy approach for the purpose of treating clients diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder. The goal of TPT is to identify clients' six time perspective factors and then work with and balance these perspectives to p...
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#1Philip G. ZimbardoH-Index: 47
#2Richard M. SwordH-Index: 3
Last. Rosemary K. M. SwordH-Index: 3
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