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Person-centred therapy : a European perspective

Author: Brian Thorne; Elke Lambers
Publisher: London : SAGE, 1998.
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Brings together contributions to the development of person-centred theory and practice from European practitioners. Covering a range of person-centred issues, the book is useful to experienced  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Thorne; Elke Lambers
ISBN: 0761951547 9780761951544 0761951555 9780761951551
OCLC Number: 923716650
Description: 243 s
Contents: The Person-Centred Approach in Europe - Brian Thorne Its History and Current SignificancePART ONE: THEORYPerson-Centred Theory as a System of Meaning - Martin van KalmthoutUnconditional Positive Regard and Its Spiritual Implications - Campbell Purton`On Becoming a Person-Centred Approach' - Peter F Schmid A Person-Centred Understanding of the PersonPersonality Change and the Concept of the Self - Martin van KalmthoutFrom Non-Directive to Experiential - Germain Lietaer A Paradigm Unfolding`Face to Face' - The Art of Encounter - Peter F SchmidEmpowerment or Collusion? The Social Context of Person-Centred Therapy - Sarah Hawtin and Judy MooreOn the Development of the Person in Relationships - Eva-Maria Biermann-RatjenIncongruence and Psychopathology - Eva-Maria Biermann-RatjenPART TWO: PRACTICEFocusing - Mia Leijssen Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Conditions of GrowthClient-Centred Therapy for Adolescents - Lidwien Geertjens and Olga Waaldijk An Interactional Point of ViewA Person-Centred Perspective on Leadership and Team-Building - Leif J Braaten`Anchorage' as a Core Concept in Working with Psychotic People - Dion Van WerdeThe Relevance of a Phenomenological Attitude when Working with Psychotic People - Chris Deleu and Dion Van WerdeEmpathy and Empathy Development with Psychotic Clients - Ute BinderPostscript - Brian Thorne Person-Centred Therapy: An International Force
Responsibility: edited by Brian Thorne and Elke Lambers.


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