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Client Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy
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Introduction - Paul Wilkins and Janet Tolan PART ONE: LIFE EVENTS A Person-Centred Approach to Loss and Bereavement - Sheila Haugh Person-Centred Approaches to Trauma, Critical Incidents and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Allan Turner Person-Centred Therapy with Adults Sexually Abused as Children - Jane Power PART TWO: EMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO LIFE EVENTS Person-Centred Therapy with People Experiencing Depression: When You Can't Just Snap out of It - Kirshen Rundle Anxiety and Panic: Person-Centred Interpretations and Responses - Richard Bryant-Jefferies Person-Centred Approaches to Different Realities - Kirshen Rundle PART THREE: BEHAVIOURAL REACTIONS TO LIFE EVENTS Working with Drug and Alcohol Issues - Rose Cameron Working with Clients Who Have Eating Problems - Barbara Douglas A Person-Centred Perspective on Self-Injury - Rose Cameron Person-Centred Therapy in Practice - Paul Wilkins and Janet Tolan

About the Author

Janet Tolan is a consultant and private pracititioner in Manchester. She has worked extensively in education and training, most recently as leader of the Counselling and Psychotherapy Masters programme at Liverpool John Moores University. Paul Wilkins is Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Human Communication, Manchester Metropolitan University. He publications include Personal and Professional Development for Counsellors (London, SAGE Publications), Psychodrama (London, SAGE Publications).

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'This book is a valuable addition to the literature on person-centred therapy (PCT), dealing as it does with the thornier questions that unsettle every person-centred therapist at some stage in their practice...Written by seasoned practitioners who draw on their experience to illustrate how theory informs the decisions they make in response to dilemmas. As might be expected from person-centred practitioners, the book offers a range of interpretations of theory, reflecting what each author considers to be essentially person-centred. One of the most thought-provoking chapters for me is by Rose Cameron, on self-injury, which takes in new developments in neurobiology...This is an important book, not only for students of the person-centred approach but also for those hungry for a fresh perspective from throughtful practitioners' -
Therapy Today

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