Mary Harris and Anne Brockbank
In recent years, the benefits and applications of systemic therapy with individuals, in addition to its more traditional practice with families, has been increasingly recognized.
Challenges white helping professionals to recognize their own cultural identity and the impact it has when practising in a multicultural environment. This book reveals how white people have implicit and explicit advantages and privileges that often go unnoticed by them.
This book shows how body psychotherapy can be healing, reparative and rewarding. It will make essential reading for postgraduates and professionals, whether they are already involved in this field, or wish to learn more about incorporating it into their own practice.
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
Ever wanted an insight into counselling? Or wished you could be a 'fly-on-the-wall' in a psychotherapy session? Couch Fiction allows you to peep through the key-hole of the therapy room door and, more than that, read the minds of the protagonists.
Kate Anthony and DeeAnna Merz Nagel
Patti Owens, Bee Springwood and Michael Wilson
Dr Barbara Mitchels and Dr Tim Bond
Maggie Watson and David W. Kissane
This title distills the wisdom and experience from the training manuals dedicated to individual psychological therapies and combines them into an accessible handbook for clinicians in cancer care today.
Ariana Faris and Els van Ooijen
Drawing on research in neuroscience, infant studies and human development, this text offers an original framework for identifying key therapeutic metaphors to focus and guide the therapeutic process.
Maria Gilbert and Vanja Orlans
The highly visual format of this book accommodates two audiences. Readers who want a light approach can focus on cartoons and cases while those who want technical details and references will find them too.
Zindel V. Segal, J. Mark G. Williams and John D. Teasdale
This bestselling work, now in a new edition, has introduced tens of thousands of clinicians to mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for depression (MBCT), an eight-week program with proven effectiveness.
We all have prejudices and assumptions which influence how we describe the world and how we conduct our conversations with others. Therapists' own narratives can sometimes impede, rather than facilitate, effective therapeutic processes, with far-reaching effects on clients' lives. This unique and important book describes how self-reflexive practices can lead to more ethically responsible, collaborative and life-enhancing conversations.
Offering invaluable learning tools for mental health professionals and trainees, this book provides helpful insights for those interested in therapy.
Personal development is integral to much counselling and psychotherapy training. Self-awareness and critical reflection are also vital for developing effective therapeutic relationships. This uniquely focused sourcebook offers a fascinating range of approaches to the challenging and sometimes elusive task of self-development and self understanding.
Bor R Stokes A.
Written by two highly regarded authors and practitioners, the book gives hands-on advice and support in planning, setting up and running independent practice.
Supervision is essential for counsellors and psychotherapists, but it can create emotional pressures and practical dilemmas. This book offers a sympathetic introduction to supervision that helps the reader to think through these complex issues.
Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet
The latest edition of this best selling book on supervision updates and expands the previous three editions with references to the developments and writing in the field.
Rowdy Yates and Margaret S. Malloch, Rowdy Yates and Margaret S. Malloch
The issue of 'recovery' has been increasingly prioritized by policymakers in recent years, but the meaning of the concept remains ambiguous. This edited collection brings together the thoughts and experiences of researchers, practitioners and service users from the fields of health, addiction and criminal justice and centres on current developments in addiction policy and practice.
This practical, accessible guide, written by a therapist with 25 years of experience in thriving practice, is an invaluable resource for counselors, therapists and psychologists embarking on the daunting task of setting up in private practice.
Mark G Williams, John Teasdale, Zindel Segal and Jon Kabat-Zinn
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
Stephen Weatherhead and Graeme Flaherty-Jones
At once sharply structured and broad-based, The Troubled Mind is designed to work both as a textbook for trainees taking courses on assessment, psychopathology/mental health or research evidence for practice, and as a reference tool for qualified professionals looking to deepen their understanding of this complex spectrum of work.
Nasrudin is the archetypal wise fool, who lived in the Middle East over 600 years ago, his stories have travelled the world and been updated in every generation. Peter Hawkins has given a modern spin to 84 of these stories by turning Nasrudin into a management consultant. Simple truths are told in a straightforward and highly entertaining way.
Ms Debbie Daniels and Mr Peter Jenkins
Mary-Jayne Rust and Nick Totton
Vital signs are, of course, the basic physiological measures of functioning which health practitioners use to assess the gravity of a patient's predicament. This title focuses on our psychological predicament, as news of the situation slowly penetrates our defences and we struggle as individuals and as a society to find an adequate response.