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Challenges to Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Challenges to Counselling and Psychotherapy by Alex Howard
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`Anyone buying in counselling skills for their company or considering using counsellors in any way should read this perceptive, thought-provoking book' - Personnel Today 'This is the first book centrally about counselling...which puts it firmly and unflinchingly in perspective...The book is comprehensive, knowledgeable, extremely accessibly written without being superficial (a considerable achievement), entertaining, and modestly wise (an even more considerable achievement)' - David Smail, author of The Origins of Unhappiness A clear, readable, radical challenge to the foundations of therapy. The author's ultimate target is not counselling, but the abuse of professionalisation and our current deity - consumerism. The range, passion and depth of the discussion will attract the general reader and a wide diversity of carers and clients. The questions raised should make it mandatory reading for practitioners and their supervisors. Which schools of counselling will rise to the challenge? Which will fail, and fall?

Author Biography

ALEX HOWARD has over twenty years' experience as a tutor and manager in adult education with particular responsibility for mental health self-help programmes and support groups. This is his fourth book. He is tutor-organizer for the Workers' Educational Association on Tyneside.
Release date NZ
September 18th, 1996
Author
Contributor
Foreword by Emmy Van Deurzen-Smith
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
XIII, 208 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
208
Dimensions
139x217x11
ISBN-13
9780333642870
Product ID
1664982

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