This book is a complete revision of Counselling: The Skills of Problem Solving. Its purpose is to describe how people can be helped to solve their problems.
Presenting the non-directive and related points of view in counselling and therapy, this book defines the progress recently made in the development of the techniques and basic philosophy of counselling.
"Integrated Team Working" describes collaborative multidisciplinary approaches and demonstrates that they can be valuable methods of music therapy intervention.The authors explain the development of the music therapist's role within the multidisciplinary team and di... read more
As funding becomes increasingly tied to outcome requirements, more and more treatment providers are required to quantify patient and program progress. This simple, straightforward guide will help you plan and carry out a treatment outcome study to discover how ... read more
|Author:||Colin Feltham & Windy Dryden|
Praise for the previous edition: ''an excellent resource for all trainee and beginning counsellors irrespective of theoretical orientation. I regard it as a core text for Professional and Clinical Practice components of... read more
Battering and Family Therapy challenges traditional intervention by family therapists in treating family violence. Experts in specific legal, ethical, and practical areas propose alternative approaches to the treatment of wife battering from a feminist psycholo... read more
Solution-Focused Therapy, Second Edition is a popular introduction to the theory, practice and skills of an approach which is increasingly used by a variety of professionals including counsellors, psychologists, mental health workers, and social workers. Its popula... read more
Dr Weekes explores the common and almost inevitable patterns that can occur with nervous illness. She also looks at the commonest kind of nervous illness - the anxiety state, or nervous breakdown - as well as the problems of agoraphobia.