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By Fay Short, Phil Thomas

ISBN-10: 1444167286

ISBN-13: 9781444167283

Core ways in Counselling and Psychotherapy is a accomplished consultant to the 4 major mental methods (Humanistic, Psychodynamic, Behavioural and Cognitive) and introduces numerous of the most typical cures used this day. This textbook comprises adequate insurance to give an explanation for all the most crucial parts of those middle ways and enough intensity to supply a close research of the 10 major treatments: Person-Centred treatment, Psychoanalytic remedy, Behaviour treatment, Cognitive remedy, Gestalt treatment, Transactional research, Rational Emotive Behaviour treatment, Cognitive-Behaviour treatment, Multimodal remedy and Neurolinguistic Programming.

The booklet specializes in the improvement of every process and provides the linked remedy in its old and mental context, giving a deeper perception into the theories and clarifying the overlap among various therapies.

Presented in a distinct sort, with a transparent structure, rigorous content material and wide assets to be had on-line, Core methods in Counselling and Psychotherapy is a useful asset for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars in any respect degrees of analysis and is the fitting textbook for any measure or higher-level module in counselling.

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You are finding it difficult to sleep and you have lost a lot of weight due to your tendency to forget to eat. You decided to return to work to try to take your mind off your sadness. Your client has recently given birth to a baby girl and she is attending therapy because she is feeling overwhelmed by the new arrival. You are finding it difficult to listen to her discuss her feelings about the new baby without reflecting on your own recent loss. In the last session, you had to leave the room for a few minutes to compose yourself because you began to cry.

She has described her fiancé as flirtatious and she suspects that he may have had an affair in the past. You believe that she would be making a mistake by marrying her fiancé and you are often tempted to give her advice on the basis of your experience. What do you do? • You have recently suffered the loss of your adult daughter to cancer. You are finding it difficult to sleep and you have lost a lot of weight due to your tendency to forget to eat. You decided to return to work to try to take your mind off your sadness.

COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY Differences between counselling and psychotherapy Psychology, counselling and psychotherapy CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST Clinical psychologists often work with individuals suffering severe physical or mental disorders and impairments Clinical psychologists can be defined by focusing on the concept of the ‘clinic’ – it involves treatment of patients usually in a clinical setting Clinical psychologists often work alongside medical doctors and neurologists to treat a patient population in health and social care settings (often the NHS) COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGIST Counselling psychologists often work with individuals, couples or families experiencing mental health concerns Counselling psychologists work in many different locations to support patients and nonpatients in healthcare, prison, industry, education, etc.

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