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Counselling and psychotherapy

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  1. Working with Schizophrenia

    Working with Schizophrenia

    A Needs Based Approach

    Gwen Howe

    Based on a tried and tested needs-based approach it begins by looking at the present 'state of play' in society's approach to schizophrenia, and the experiences of both sufferers and their families. It goes on to identify the needs raised by such experiences and considers ways of meeting them, before detailing methods of intervention. Learn More
    1987, 200pp
  2. Alcohol Problems

    Alcohol Problems

    Talking with Drinkers

    Gillie Ruscombe-King and Sheila Hurst

    The helplessness often felt by families involved with drinkers is frequently shared by professionals and by the drinkers themselves. This book uses these parallel experiences to build a resource that provides an understanding of why people may drink to excess, and combines this with illustrations of ways of dealing with problems linked to drinking. Learn More
    1993, 176pp
  3. Structuring the Therapeutic Process

    Structuring the Therapeutic Process

    Compromise with Chaos: The Therapist's Response to the Individual and the Group

    Murray Cox

    A stimulating reflection for those of us who are aware of the unwithering need of organising and structuring again and again our creative doubts. It combines practical help and the development of theoretical concepts in an unusually convincing way. Learn More
    1995, 320pp
  4. Imagery and Symbolism in Counselling

    Imagery and Symbolism in Counselling

    William Stewart

    This dictionary analyses and explains numerous symbols and images, with an emphasis on their use in counselling. The subjects in the dictionary all have relevance to symbols and symbolic language, and all of them have an imagery content. This book is intended to help the reader understand the wealth of symbols and symbolic language existing today. Learn More
    1995, 350pp
  5. Not Too Late

    Not Too Late

    Ageing and Psychotherapy

    Ann Orbach

    Old age is a stage of human development which has largely been neglected in the field of psychotherapy. Not Too Late looks at ageing and psychotherapy from the perspectives of both client and therapist and challenges the view that only short-term therapy or counselling is suitable and that psychoanalysis is just for the young. Learn More
    1996, 160pp
  6. Healing Through Meeting

    Healing Through Meeting

    Martin Buber's Conversational Approach to Psychotherapy

    John C. Gunzburg

    Healing Through Meeting explains Martin Buber's ideas in simple terms and shows how they can offer a philosophical framework within which to hold a therapeutic conversation. John Gunzburg shares his skills in composing therapeutic stories and encourages therapists to formulate their own stories out of their and their clients' experiences. Learn More
    1997, 250pp
  7. Mutative Metaphors in Psychotherapy

    Mutative Metaphors in Psychotherapy

    The Aeolian Mode

    Murray Cox and Alice Theilgaard

    The aim of the Aeolian Mode is to release energy by freeing an individual from the restrictive legacy of the past. Taking Bachelard's paradox "But the image has touched the depths before it stirs the surface" as a paradigm, the book presents the therapeutic possibilities in metaphor and image whereby patients are enabled to tell their story. Learn More
    1997, 308pp
  8. Managing Manic Depressive Disorders

    Managing Manic Depressive Disorders

    Edited by Ved Varma

    The reasons for the onset of manic depression are considered in order to further understand and assist treatment by increasing knowledge of how manic depressives actually feel. Particular difficulties in treatment are addressed, such as unresponsiveness and the problem of the manic high from which the patient may not want to recover. Learn More
    1997, 200pp
  9. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Primary Care

    Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Primary Care

    Richard France and Meredith Robson

    France and Robson explore a great diversity of issues within this practical guide to cognitive behavioural therapy, creating a reference work that will be indispensable to those needing a comprehensive introduction to this developing field. Learn More
    1997, 328pp
  10. Suicide

    Suicide

    The Tragedy of Hopelessness

    David Aldridge

    The author argues that although western culture has traditionally understood suicide to be the choice of the individual, this is a misleading perception. While the patient may feel as though he or she is acting in isolation, the reasons for suicides are essentially social therefore attention should be focused on the patient's social environment. Learn More
    1997, 320pp

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