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Handbook of counselling and psychotherapy

Author: Colin Feltham; Ian Horton
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks : SAGE, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy is a new textbook for students on professional training courses. The handbook provides an introduction to all essential aspects of theory and practice in the form of succinct and accessible contributions from those at the forefront of counselling and psychotherapy."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Textbooks (form)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Colin Feltham; Ian Horton
ISBN: 9780761956884 0761956883 9780761956877 0761956875
OCLC Number: 44015623
Description: xxi, 777 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Counselling and Psychotherapy in Context --
What are counselling and psychotherapy? / Colin Feltham --
Types of goal / Colin Feltham --
Arenas / Colin Feltham --
Settings and opportunities for employment / Colin Feltham --
pt. 2. Socio-Cultural Perspectives --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Theoretical perspectives on social context / Jenny Bimrose --
Gender / Jenny Bimrose --
Disability / Simon Parritt --
Age / David Pilgrim --
Social class / David Pilgrim --
Sexual orientation / Dominic Davies --
Religion and secular assumptions / Brian Thorne --
Race, culture and ethnicity / Carol Mohamed --
pt. 3. Therapeutic Skills and Clinical Practice --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Generic skills / Francesca Inskipp --
Therapeutic climate / John McGuiness --
Assessment and case formulation / Gladeana McMahon --
Structuring / Ian Horton --
Specific strategies and techniques / Gordon Jinks --
Clinical practice issues / Tim Bond, Geof Alred and Peter Hughes --
Ancillary skills / Colin Feltham --
pt. 4. Professional Issues --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Professional and personal development / Paul Wilkins --
Clinical supervision / Val Wosket --
Private practice, insurance, advertising / Gabrielle Syme --
Codes of ethics and practice / Tim Bond --
Conflict in organizations / Richard Kwiatkowski --
Consumer views / Colin Feltham --
Legal and ethical dilemmas / Tim Bond --
Responding to complaints / Tim Bond --
Relevance of research / John McLeod --
Quality evaluation: methods, measures and meaning / John Mellor-Clark and Michael Barkham --
pt. 5. Theory and Approaches --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Contextual psychology / Colin Feltham --
Psychological type theory / Rowan Bayne --
Models of counselling and psychotherapy / Ian Horton --
Integration / Ian Horton --
Approaches to counselling and psychotherapy: introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Adlerian therapy / Jenny Clifford --
Analytical psychology (Jungian) / Joy Schaverien --
Psychoanalytic therapy (Freudian) / Meg Errington and Lesley Murdin --
Psychodynamic therapy (Kleinian) / Julia Segal --
Behavioural psychotherapy / Karina Lovell --
Cognitive therapy / Jill Mytton --
Personal construct counselling and psychotherapy / Fay Fransella --
Rational emotive behaviour therapy / Windy Dryden --
Existential counselling and therapy / Emmy van Deurzen --
Gestalt therapy / Michael Ellis and John Leary-Joyce --
Narrative therapy / John McLeod --
Person-centred counselling and therapy / Tony Merry --
Primal therapy/integration / Colin Feltham --
Psychosynthesis therapy / Diana Whitmore --
Transactional analysis / Keith Tudor --
Cognitive analytic therapy / James Low --
Multimodal therapy / Stephen Palmer --
Neuro-linguistic programming / Jo Cooper and Peter Seal --
The skilled helper model / Mary Connor --
Trans-theoretical approach / Paul Jackson --
pt. 6. Client Presenting Problems --
Conceptualizing clients' problems / Colin Feltham --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Alcohol problems / Rosemary Kent --
Anger control / Emma Williams and Michael Scott --
Anxiety and panic / Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe --
Bereavement / Gabrielle Syme --
Depression / Paul Gilbert --
Drug-related problems / Andrew Guppy and Sally Woods --
Eating problems / Sheila Ritchie --
Hiv/Aids / Bernard Ratigan --
Infertility / Christa Drennan --
Obsessive-compulsive disorder / Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe --
Personality disorders / Linda Gask --
Phobias / Gill Donohoe and Tom Ricketts --
Post-traumatic stress disorder / Peter Hodgkinson --
Pregnancy, miscarriage and termination / Joanna Brien --
Psychosomatic problems / Diana Sanders --
Rape and sexual violence towards women / Sheila Ritchie --
Relationship problems / Derek Hill --
Schizophrenia / Richard Gater and Ann Gledhill --
Sexual abuse in childhood / Mary Berry --
Sexual dysfunction / Llynwen Wilson --
Suicide and deliberate self-harm / Linda Gask --
Recovered memories of sexual abuse: theoretical and practical issues / Susan Goodrich and Debra Bekerian --
Mental health law / Linda Gask --
pt. 7. Specialisms and Modalities --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Assertiveness / Rowan Bayne --
Brief/time-limited therapy / Colin Feltham --
Careers counselling / Jenny Bimrose --
Children and adolescents / Jim Downey --
Co-counselling / Rose Evison and Richard Horobin --
Couple counselling / Derek Hill --
Disabled people / Frances Blackwell --
Family and systemic therapy / Eddy Street --
Feminist psychotherapy / Irene Bruna Seu --
Gay and lesbian affirmative therapy / Graz Kowszun --
Groups and group counselling/therapy / Keith Tudor --
Managing stress / Rowan Bayne --
Older adults / Eleanor O'Leary and Nicola Barry --
Personal growth / Paul Wilkins --
Primary care / Graham Curtis Jenkins --
Student counselling / Elsa Bell --
Telephone counselling / Maxine Rosenfield --
Transcultural therapy / Carol Mohamed --
Workplace counselling / Colin Feltham --
pt. 8. Trends and Critiques --
Introduction / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
Pofessionalization / Colin Feltham --
Proliferation of approaches / Colin Feltham --
Integration and its problems / Ian Horton --
Social context / Simon du Plock --
Counselling, psychotherapy and politics / Simon du Plock --
Research evidence on the effectiveness of therapy / John McLeod --
The therapist as researcher and inquirer / Colin Feltham --
Accountability and quality assurance / John Mellor-Clark and Michael Barkham --
Supervision / Colin Feltham --
Personal therapy / Paul Wilkins --
The future of counselling and psychotherapy / Colin Feltham and Ian Horton --
pt. 9. Resources --
1. Accreditation, registration and awarding bodies --
2. Counsellor and psychotherapist professional bodies --
3. Consumer and advocacy organizations --
4. Complementary and allied organizations --
5. Research centres --
6. Specialisms, modalities and client presenting problems and issues --
7. Theoretical models/approaches --
8. Journals --
9. Abbreviations.
Responsibility: edited by Colin Feltham and Ian Horton.
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Suitable for students on professional training courses, this book provides an introduction to the various essential aspects of theory and practice in the form of succinct and accessible contributions  Read more...

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`It is by no means an exaggeration to call this a "handbook" for people who practise counselling and psychotherapy. This book is extremely thorough and includes contributions from over 80 people. Read more...

 
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