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Full version An Introduction to Counselling, Fifth Edition For Kindle

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Full E-book This bestseller provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of counselling and psychotherapy. This new edition has been thoroughly updated with new research, examples from practice and case studies. An extended introduction is used to explain the new 4-part structure and help readers to track key themes across each section of the book., Now includes 7 new chapters: The interdisciplinary knowledge base for counselling theory and practiceGestalt therapyFeminist therapyArt-making as a therapeutic practiceTherapy in nature: using the outdoor environmentPluralism: an organizing framework for counselling practiceThe future of counseling: international perspectivesEach chapter enhances learning with the following pedagogy: Topics for further discussion Key terms and concepts Suggested further reading Case studies and illustrationsLandmark research studies Enhanced by current debates around evidence-based practice, third wave CBT therapies such as ACT and mindfulness, recent developments within psychodynamic theory, motivational interviewing, reality therapy and embedded counselling, this new edition also explores the political context of counselling and provides coverage of key professional issues. An Introduction to Counselling remains the book of choice for students and tutors on introductory counselling courses. "John McLeod has a sophisticated understanding of counselling theory, research and practice and their history., He weaves research evidence seamlessly into the text, as well as highlighting it in specific boxes. AnIntroduction to Counselling is essential reading for all counsellors in training and by far the best!"Professor Sue Wheeler, University of Leicester, UK"A definitive review of the field that is also at the cutting edge of new developments. It offers a radical, progressive vision of what counselling can be: an invaluable resource for any counsellor wishing to understand where we are at and where we are going."Mick Cooper, Professor For Free

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