'At the risk of being directive, I would say you should buy this book. It contains some of the most stimulating and refreshing ideas to have emerged in the person-centred literature since On Becoming a Person '- Person Centred Practice
Person-Centred Therapy Today makes a timely and significant contribution to the development of one of the most popular and widely-used therapeutic approaches.
'This is a book that is rooted in the origins of person-centred therapy but stands at the cutting edge of new ideas developing in this tradition. It will reinvigorate those of us already immersed in this tradition. It should convince newcomers of the vitality and potential of this approach to thera
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About the Author
Dave Mearns is formerly Director of the Counselling Unit and Professor of Counselling at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Dave is author or co-author of four other counselling books published by SAGE: Person-Centred Counselling in Action, Second Edition, Experiences of Counselling in Action, Person-Centred Counselling Training and Person-Centred Therapy Today: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice.
Brian Thorne is Emeritus Professor of Counselling at the University of East Anglia and a Founder Member of The Norwich Centre for Personal and Professional Development. He is also a Professor of Education in the College of Teachers and co-author (with Dave Mearns) of the bestselling books, Person-Centred Counselling in Action, Second Edition (SAGE, 1999) and Person-Centred Therapy Today (SAGE, 2000).
Table of Contents
Towards an Inhuman Society?Is Therapy Losing Its Humanity?The 'Heart' of Person-Centred Therapy Spiritual and Existential?Person-Centred Therapy Anti-Intellectual, Unmanly and Westernized?Revisiting the Core ConditionsThe Nature of 'Configurations' within SelfPerson-Centred Therapy with 'Configurations' of SelfPerson-Centred Therapy at the Difficult Edge A Developmentally Based Model of Fragile and Dissociated ProcessAdvancing Person-Centred TheorySupervision in Person-Centred TherapyFuture Challenges Dangers and Opportunities