INDIVIDUAL THERAPYEdited by Windy Dryden
This book is a revised edition of "Individual Therapy in Britain". It presents an overview of eleven major approaches to individual therapy. Each contributor is an exponent of the therapy he or she adopts. Each places the particular approach in its historical context, outlines its main theoretical assumptions, sets out its mode of practice, clarifies how practitioners select clients who can benefit from it, and indicates its limitations. New to this edition are chapters on Adlerian and cognitive therapy. There are also chapters placing psychotherapy in its social context, comparing the individual therapies, covering research on them, and exploring the training and supervision of individual therapists. This is a handbook designed for novice and experienced therapists, thainee and practising counsellors and others in the helping professions, as well as students of applied psychology.
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|Author||Edited by Windy Dryden|
|Publisher||Open University Press|
|Number of Pages||384|