Psychology In Counselling And Therapeutic Practice

Author by : Jill D. Wilkinson
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : This book is focused on the needs of counsellors by offering a concise and selective account of psychological concepts and processes. It introduces students to a relevant body of theory and research in psychology and to a psychological perspective which will contribute to their understanding of the clients concerns and inform both the process of the counselling, and depending on the theoretical orientation of the counselling, the content areas or "themes" of the sessions. Illustrates examples and cases that relate to problems and processes of counselling.


Psychology Counselling And Therapeutic Practices

Author by : Ramesh Chandra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : This work on psychotherapies dwells on the essentials of counselling skills and counselling and therapeutic practices. There is detailed discussion on types of therapeutic practices. Counselling techniques and therapeutic practices aim at curing of mental disorders of seven kind. Their other goals include remedy, development and growth, so that suffers may attain their functional abilities to the fullest. The role of counsellor carries great responsibility. He has to be very patient with the client an listen carefully and sympathetically his problems. The client-counsellor relationship goes a longway in curing the suffer. The present volume reflects the ability and experience of the editor in deft handling of such a complex subject. This should serve as an important reference tool for psychotherapists, counsells, teachers and students.


Adolescent Counselling Psychology

Author by : Terry Hanley
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Adolescent Counselling Psychology: Theory Research and Practice provides a thorough introduction to therapeutic practice with young people. As an edited text, it brings together some of the leading authorities on such work into one digestible volume. The text is divided into three major sections.The first provides a context to therapeutic work with young people. This outlines the historical background to such work, the types of settings in which individuals work and the allied professions that they will encounter. Following on from this, the second section introduces the psychology of adolescence and provides an overview of the research into youth counselling. Finally, the third section considers more applied issues. Initially the infrastructure of counselling services is discussed before moving on to reflect upon pluralistic therapeutic practice. To end, the ways in which outcomes may be assessed in such work are described. In covering such a wide territory this text acts as an essential resource to practicing counselling psychologists and other mental health professionals. It provides a foundation to the work that individuals are undertaking in this arena and advocates that individuals enter into therapeutic work in a critically informed way. At the heart of such considerations is the need to utilise psychological theory alongside research findings to inform therapeutic decision making.


Six Key Approaches To Counselling And Therapy

Author by : Richard Nelson-Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This updated and revised new edition of Six Key Approaches to Counselling and Therapy provides an accessible introduction to the theory and practice of six of the most popular contemporary therapeutic approaches from the three main schools of therapy practice: - cognitive therapy and solution-focused therapy from the cognitive-behavioural school - person-centred and Gestalt therapy from the humanistic school - Freud's psychoanalysis and Jung's analytical therapy from the psychodynamic school. Following a clearly-defined structure, each chapter describes the origin of the therapeutic approach, a biography of its originator, its theory and practice, discusses case material and further developments, and suggests further reading. Richard Nelson-Jones goes on to review and evaluate all the approaches in his concluding chapter. This excellent textbook is a vital resource for students on introductory courses and those who are starting out on professional training.


Counselling And Therapy Techniques

Author by : Augustine Meier
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This is the first book on counselling skills to look in detail at the practical interventions and tools used to establish the therapeutic relationship. Step-by-step, the text teaches the reader exactly how to use these skills with clients to address their concerns and achieve therapeutic change. Integrative and pluralistic in approach, the text covers the key techniques from all the major therapeutic models, placing them in their historical and theoretical contexts. Techniques covered include empathic responding, experiential focusing, Gestalt, metaphors, task-directed imagery, ego state therapy, solution focused therapy, cognitive behvioral therapy, narrative therapy and self-in-relationship therapy. The book: - presents each technique from the perspective of its underlying theory; - gives practical instruction on how to deliver each intervention; - provides extracts from counselling sessions to demonstrate the technique in action. This book is crucial reading for all trainees on counselling and psychotherapy courses or preparing to use counselling techniques in a range of other professional settings. It is also helpful for professionals who wish to acquire additional skills. Augustine Meier, certified clinical psychologist, professor Emeritus, Faculty of Human Sciences, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario and Founder and President of the Ottawa Institute for Object Relations Therapy. Micheline Boivin, certified clinical psychologist, Psychological Services of the Family, Youth and Children's Program at the Centre for Health and Social Services, Gatineau, Québec.


Forms Of Ethical Thinking In Therapeutic Practice

Author by : Hill, Derek
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : Most books about ethics focus either on the origins of ethics, or on the application of ethical thinking to a single form of therapy. This book sets out to span a range of very different forms of therapy and explores the similarities and the differences between the ethical thinking of the practitioners concerned. By looking at ethical issues in different therapeutic settings the reader is challenged to reconsider the working assumptions which underpin familiar therapeutic practice.


Theory And Practice Of Counselling And Therapy

Author by : Richard Nelson-Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : `Richard Nelson Jones' updated edition of his compendium of 16 approaches to counselling and therapy remains a clear, concise and informative aid to both counselling trainees, practitioners of counselling skills and those who wish to gain an overview of the principles and practices most common to the therapeutic world.... [F]or anyone wanting to gain a clear idea, in a nutshell, of one or more of the main approaches, this book is invaluable' - Therapy Today From a review of the Third Edition: `Richard Nelson-Jones' book has become so much a part of the counselling theory literature; it is hard to imagine discussing the topic without reference to it. This Third Edition gives testimony to its continued value. It is hard to fault this book, its readability and detailed referencing, alone, will mean that it will suit a wide readership. If you have to buy only one book on counselling and therapy, this is it' - Professor Philip Burnard, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 'An excellent summary of Rogers' life and work and of the latest developments in person-centred therapy' - Professor Brian Thorne, Co-founder of The Norwich Centre, Norwich `Clear, thorough and succinctly summarizes cognitive therapy's most important concepts and principals' - Dr Judith Beck, President, Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, Philadelphia `The multimodal therapy chapter is a scholarly and masterful account of this orientation' - Dr Arnold Lazarus, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University, New Jersey `The reality chapter provides an excellent, accurate and updated treatment of this practical and useable method' - Professor Robert Wubbolding, Director, Center for Reality Therapy, Cincinnati, Ohio Theory and Practice of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Fourth Edition is a comprehensive introduction to the all of the major therapeutic approaches. Written using a common structure for each approach, the book allows easy comparison between the different orientations. Each chapter provides: o an introduction to the approach o biographical information on its founder and other key figures o core theoretical concepts o the approach in practice. Key features include: o review questions designed to aid learning and revision o case material o a glossary of key terms. Written by bestselling author Richard Nelson-Jones, the Fourth Edition of this popular text features a new section on integration and eclecticism. Each chapter has been fully updated to include new developments in each approach. As a comprehensive guide to the multiplicity of therapeutic approaches, Theory and Practice of Counselling and Therapy, Fourth Edition is the ideal companion to learning for students on introductory courses and those embarking on professional training.


Theory And Practice Of Counselling And Therapy

Author by : Richard Nelson-Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : The fifth edition of Richard Nelson-Jones' Theory and Practice of Counselling and Therapy provides an essential introduction to the major theoretical approaches in counselling and psychotherapy today. This comprehensive and accessible book has been substantially revised and updated, and now includes two brand new chapters on solution-focused therapy and narrative therapy by Alasdair Macdonald and Martin Payne. Following a clearly-defined structure, each chapter describes the origin of the therapeutic approach, a biography of its originator, its theory and practice, discusses case material and further developments, and suggests further reading. Each chapter also contains review and personal questions. Richard Nelson-Jones' authoritative and practical textbook is the ideal companion for students on introductory courses and those embarking on professional training.


Psychodynamic Theory For Therapeutic Practice

Author by : Juliet Higdon
Languange : en
Publisher by : Macmillan International Higher Education
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Description : The work of Freud and the pioneers who followed in his footsteps offers a rich and diverse source of ideas for those working, or training to work, in the helping professions. However too often this body of theory comes across as abstract and can be difficult to grasp. This refreshingly clear book provides a brilliantly readable account of the major psychodynamic theories, unpacking complex theory and showing the people behind the ideas. Originally published as From Counselling Skills to Counsellor and significantly refreshed and revised in its second edition, this text guides readers through how key concepts first originated, how they developed and how they apply in practice today. This updated edition: Discusses the contributions of five key figures in the field: Freud, Klein, Winnicott, Bion and Bowlby Presents compelling case studies throughout which powerfully illustrate psychodynamic theory in practice Explores the legacy of psychodynamic theorists in two new chapters, including feminism and developments in attachment theory Shows how psychodynamic theory can help practitioners in building and understanding the therapeutic relationship An insightful introduction to core psychodynamic theory, this text is invaluable reading for all students, trainees and practitioners in counselling and psychotherapy, and of interest to those studying and working in the fields of nursing, social work and counselling psychology.


Sex Sexuality And Therapeutic Practice

Author by : Catherine Butler
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This evidence based manual examines issues of sexuality in a positive and affirming light and considers how sexuality-related issues can be introduced into therapy and training. It will support the practicing therapist as well as those in training.