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The Heroic Client based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book is great for people interested in the mental health field. It offers a fresh perspective on the client counselor relationship. The book is good at explaining how it is easy for therapists to get caught up in the theories or models for change while neglecting the most important aspect: the client. Through case examples it demonstrates that clients are the best at coming up with their own theory of change. The role of the therapist is to bring out the strengths of the clients and facilitate them through the changing process. The authors do not hide their opinion in this book and that is explained in the preface. If you are familiar with person centered therapy by Carl Rogers then I think you will like this book.