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This text presents an introduction to the person-centred approach for the 21st century. Giving a broad and unbiased account, the authors illustrate how the approach has developed since the death of Carl Rogers and explore how the person-centred philosophy can be an effective working model for both counselling and psychotherapy and for understanding, living and working in the complex contemporary world.
All the authors are trainers at Temenos (LOUISE EMBLETON TUDOR and KEITH TUDOR are also Directors) as well as independent practitioners and supervisors. - KEITH TUDOR has published widely on the person-centred approach. His titles include Dictionary of Person-Centred Psychology (in press, Whurr), Transactional Approaches to Brief Therapy (in press, Sage) and Group Counselling (1999, Sage). He is also a Series Editor for Brunner-Routledge developing a range of books (as yet unpublished) on advancing theory - -