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Issues of spirituality are gaining increasing prominence within the therapeutic professions. Written by a figure in this emerging domain, this book provides a creative focus for therapists wishing to consider how spirituality may inform or shape their own practice. William West innovatively draws together narratives from personal experience (both his own and that of other leading figures in the world of therapy), research and practice to address such vital questions as "how can the therapeutic encounter be a safe place for spirituality to be considered" and "how can the spiritual life of the therapist be engaged in their work?' Students and practitioners should find this book both thought provoking and inspiring, but ultimately practical.
WILLIAM WEST is a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Studies and Director of Counselling Courses at the University of Manchester. He is a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and has written extensively on therapy and spirituality, qualitative research, supervision, humanistic therapy and culture.