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Books & eBooks on Counseling and Psychotherapy
Books on counselling and psychotherapy are generally found under the call numbers: BF637.C6, RC475-RC489
Care-Therapy for Children by
Publication Date: 2001
This book uses practical checklists amd is illustrated throughout with examples of counseling and therapeutic techniques and working directly with children. The book highlights the use of "third objects" such as paint, computers and music in counseling therapy.
Difference and Discrimination in Psychotherapy and Counselling by
Publication Date: 2004
For most therapists an attitude of acceptance and non-judgmentalism is fundamental to their view of practice. However, in seeking to be non-judgmental, therapists may run the risk of concealing their own prejudices. It is only by facing up to these attitudes and exploring them that therapists are able to fully relate to their clients and help them effectively.
Evidence-Based Counselling and Psychological Therapies by
Publication Date: 2000
An outstanding range of contributors provide an overview of evidence-based health care and the research methods that underpin it, demonstrating its effect on policy, provision, practitioners and patients. Their thought-provoking chapters look at a variety of relevant issues including: * generating and implementing evidence * cost-effectiveness issues * practical guidelines * practitioner research
Family Therapy by
Publication Date: 2003
Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods offers a thorough presentation of the history, theory, and practice of family therapy, with expanded coverage of clinical practice, professional ethics, and home-based services.
Feminist Theories and Feminist Psychotherapies by
Publication Date: 2004
Feminist Theories and Feminist Psychotherapies concentrates on major feminist theories and therapies, including: liberal feminist theory and therapy radical social change feminisms in feminist theory and therapy cultural feminist theory and therapy women-of-color feminisms and feminist therapy global feminist theory and therapy feminist postmodernism theory and therapy lesbian/queer feminisms and therapy third-wave feminisms and therapy
Psychotherapy and Counselling in Practice by
Publication Date: 2002
This important and timely book gives a balanced synthesis, based on actual cases, evidence, practice, and experience, to describe the process of psychotherapy and identify the fundamental elements that lead to good outcome across all its schools.
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