Handbook of Counselling Psychology / Edition 3 available in Paperback
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- SAGE Publications
This third edition of a seminal text reflects new developments in counselling psychology. In seven sections, it covers areas such as neuroscience, narrative approaches and post-modernist thinking.
New chapters cover:
the nature of evidence
interpreting case material
attachment theory and neuroscience
the interface between psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches.
Special attention has been paid to the research evidence, current debates, professional and ethical issues, theoretical and philosophical underpinnings, and illustrative case material.
The Handbook is an essential companion for students and practitioners in the field of counselling psychology, at all stages of their career and across the whole range of settings: NHS, education, private and voluntary.
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About the Author
Ray Woolfe is a Counselling Psychologist in private practice.
Windy Dryden is one of the leading practitioners and trainers in the UK in the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) tradition of psychotherapy. He is best known for his work in Rational-Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (RECBT), a leading CBT approach. He has been working in the field of counselling and psychotherapy since 1975 and was one of the first people in Britain to be trained in CBT.
He has published over 200 books and has trained therapists all over the world, in as diverse places as the UK, the USA, South Africa, Turkey and Israel.
He is Emeritus Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Sheelagh Strawbridge is a Chartered Psychologist and Registered Counselling Psychologist.
Table of Contents
List of Figures ix
List of Tables x
Notes on the Contributors xi
Part I What is Counselling Psychology? 1
1 Counselling Psychology: Origins, Developments and Challenges Sheelagh Strawbridge Ray Woolfe 3
2 Disorder and its Discontents Barbara Douglas 23
3 What is Evidence? Sarah Corrie 44
4 Interpreting Case Material John Davy 62
Part II Tradition, Challenge and Change 83
5 Psychodynamic Approaches Rosemary Rizq 85
6 Cognitive and Behavioural Approaches Diana Sanders 105
7 Humanistic Approaches Simon du Plock 130
8 A Narrative Approach to Counselling Psychology John Davy 151
9 Towards Integration Maja O'Brien 173
Part III Difference and Discrimination 193
10 Cross-cultural Counselling Psychology Zack Eleftheriadou 195
11 Feminist Perspectives Carol Tindall Julia Robinson Carolyn Kagan 213
12 Relational Trauma Lynne Jordan 235
13 Sexual Identities: Meanings for Counselling Psychology Practice Colin Hicks Martin Milton 257
Part IV Developmental Themes 277
14 The Life Course: A Framework for the Practice of Counselling Psychology L?onie Sugarman 279
15 Children and Young People Sam Heywood 298
16 Psychological Counselling with Young Adults Cassie Cooper 317
17 Working with Families Katrina Alilovic Sarah Yassine 333
18 Midlife Issues Simon Biggs 354
19 Psychological Therapy with Older Adults Fiona Goudie 373
Part V Opportunities and Tensions in Different Contexts 395
20 Counselling Psychology in the NHS Pamela E. James Alan Bellamy 397
21 Counselling Psychology in the Workplace Stephen Palmer Kristina Gyllensten 416
22 Working in Private Practice Jacqui Porter 434
23 Counselling Psychology in Forensic Settings Clive Sims 454
24 Counselling Psychology in Educational Settings Dee Danchev 466
25 Community Psychology: Linking the Individual with the Community Carolyn Kagan Carol Tindall Julia Robinson 484
Part VI Professional and Ethical Issues 505
26 Ethical Issues in Counselling Psychology Carol Shillito-Clarke 507
27 Legal Frameworks Diane Hammersley 529
28 Training and Professional Development Peter Martin 547
29 Personal Development Rosemary Rizq 569
30 Supervision Ray Woolfe Margaret Tholstrup 590
Part VII Future Opportunities and Challenges 609
31 The Collaborative Use of Psychometric Assessment Susan van Scoyoc 611
32 The Interface between Psychopharmacological and Psychotherapeutic Approaches Diane Hammersley 630
33 Attachment and its Relationship to Mind, Brain, Trauma and the Therapeutic Endeavour Mary Brownescombe Heller 653
34 The Future of Counselling Psychology Ralph Goldstein 671