'This all inclusive, comprehensive book may, on first glance, appear to have little that is relevant to emergency nurses. On closer scrutiny it covers many of the emotional problems and crises you will encounter in the emergency department!. [It] is a useful resource and reference book and will be valued by students and practitioners of emergency nursing' - Accident and Emergency Nursing Praise for the First Edition: 'An amazingly comprehensive, well-written, balanced and pluralistic handbook that manages to present the rainbow field of psychotherapy and counselling in an accessible and reliable way. This state-of-the-art volume will become absolutely indispensable for anyone involved in this work, whether in training or qualified' - Andrew Samuels, Professor of Analytical Psychology, University of Essex 'This remarkable book is more than an elegant presentation of contemporary counselling and psychotherapeutic theory. It is packed full of practical skills and hints - all written by highly experienced practitioners - and presented in an accessible and jargon-free format. No idea is left unturned.This is a practical handbook in every sense of the word and essential reading for trainees and practitioners alike' - Professor Robert Bor, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Royal Free Hospital, London 'Well organized, fully inclusive and skilfully edited, it is going to be impossible not to buy this handbook.
Basically it has something on everything which people might ask about the counselling and psychotherapy profession' - Dave Mearns, Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde 'This is an immensely useful source book for therapists to keep near at hand in order to update knowledge and to satisfy curiosity about new ways of working. It will also be extremely helpful for trainees as they strive to gain an over-arching perspective in a rapidly proliferating field' - Professor Helen Cowie, School of Psychology and Counselling, University of Surrey Roehampton The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Second Edition, is the most comprehensive text of its kind and an essential resource for trainees and practitioners alike.Comprising succinct and easy-to-access contributions, the Handbook describes not only the traditional skills and theoretical models, but also the most common client concerns brought to therapy and the particular skills required for different practice settings and client groups.
Written and edited by those at the very forefront of counselling and psychotherapy, the Handbook has been substantially updated for this, the Second Edition and includes new material on evidence-based practice, psychopharmacology, counselling by email, psychodrama, solution-focused therapy, quality evaluation, and attachment theory. For trainees The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Second Edition provides the ideal companion to each stage of their studies, while for practitioners the Handbook is an indispensable source of professional reference.
Table of Contents
PART ONE What Are Counselling and Psychotherapy? - Colin Feltham Types of Goal - Colin Feltham Arenas - Colin Feltham Settings and Opportunities for Employment - Colin Feltham PART TWO Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Gender - Jenny Bimrose Disability - Simon Parritt Social Class - David Pilgrim Sexual Orientation - Dominic Davies Religion within a Multifaith Context - Nigel Copsey Race, Culture and Ethnicity - Carol Mohamed PART THREE Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton The Client-Therapist Relationship - Bill Stiles Generic Skills - Francesca Inskipp Specific Strategies and Techniques - Gordon Jinks Assessment and Case Formulation - Gladeana McMahon Structuring Work with Clients - Ian Horton Ancillary Skills - Colin Feltham Clinical Practice Issues - Tony Bond, Geof Alred and Peter Hughes PART FOUR Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Professional and Personal Development - Paul Wilkins Clinical Supervision - Val Woskett Private Practice, Insurance and Advertising - Gabrielle Syme Codes of Ethics and Practice - Tim Bond Client Experiences - Colin Feltham and Phoebe Lambert Therapy and the Law - Peter Jenkins Responding to Complaints - Tim Bond Relevance of Research - John McLeod Evidence-Based Practice - Michael Barkham and Peter Bower Quality Evaluation - John Mellor-Clark and Michael Barkham Methods, Measures and Meaning PART FIVE Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Norton Contextual Psychology - Colin Feltham Psychological Type - Rowan Bayne Models of Counselling and Psychotherapy - Ian Horton Integration - Ian Horton Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton An Introduction Psychodynamic Adlerian Therapy - Jenny Warner Analytical Psychology (Jungian) - Joy Schaverien Psychoanalytic Therapy (Freudian) - Meg Errington and Lesley Murdin Psychodynamic Therapy (Kleinian) - Julia Segal Attachment Theory (Bowlby) - Tracy Murray Cognitive-Behavioural Behavioural Psychotherapy - Karina Lovell Cognitive Therapy - Jill Mytton Personal Construct Counselling and Psychotherapy - Fay Fransella Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy - Windy Dryden Humanistic-Existential Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy - Emmy van Deurzen Gestalt Therapy - Michael Ellis and Jonathan Smith Narrative Therapy - John McLeod Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy - Tony Merry and Keith Tudor Primal Therapy/Integration - Colin Feltham Psychodrama - Paul Wilkins Psychosynthesis Therapy - Diana Whitmore Transactional Analysis - Keith Tudor and Charlotte Sills Eclectic-Integrative Cognitive-Analytic Therapy - James Low Multimodal Therapy - Stephen Palmer NLP - Jo Cooper and Peter Seal Skilled Helper Model (Egan) - Val Woskett Solution-Focused Therapy - Bill O'Connell Transtheoretical Approach - Paul Jackson PART SIX Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Psychopharmacology - Linda Gask Conceptualizing Client Problems - Colin Feltham Specific Problems Alcohol Problems - Rosemary Kent Anger Management - Emma Williams and Michael Scott Anxiety and Panic - Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe Bereavement - Gabrielle Syme Depression - Paul Gilbert Drug-Related Problems - Andrew Guppy and Sally Woods Eating Problems - Sheila Ritchie HIV/AIDS - Bernard Ratigan Infertility - Christa Drennan Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe Personality Disorders - Linda Gask Phobias - Gill Donohoe and Tom Ricketts Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Peter Hodgkinson Pregnancy, Miscarriage and Termination - Joanna Brien Psychosomatic Problems - Dianna Sanders Rape and Sexual Violence - Sheila Ritchie Relationship Problems - Derek Hill and Cheryl Turner Schizophrenia - Richard Gater and Ann Gledhill Sexual Abuse in Childhood - Moira Walker Sexual Dysfunction - Llynwen Wilson Suicide and Deliberate Self-Harm - Linda Gask Special Issues Recovered Memories - Susan Goodrich and Debra Bekerian Mental Health Law - Linda Gask PART SEVEN Introduction - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Assertiveness - Rowan Bayne Brief/Time-Limited Therapy - Colin Feltham Careers Counselling - Jenny Bimrose Counselling Children - Kathryn Geldard and David Geldard Co-Counselling - Rose Evison and Richard Horobin Couple Counselling - Barbara McKay Disabled People - Francis Blackwell Electronically Delivered Therapies - Kate Anthony Family and Systemic Therapy - Eddy Street Feminist Psychotherapy - Irene Bruna Seu Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Therapy - Graz Kowszun Groups and Group Counselling/Therapy - Keith Tudor Managing Stress - Rowan Bayne Older Adults - Eleanor O'Leary and Nicola Barry Personal Growth - Paul Wilkins Primary Care - John Eatock Student Counselling - Elsa Bell Telephone Counselling - Maxime Rosenfield Transcultural Therapy - Carol Mohamed Workplace Counselling - Adrian Coles Postscript - Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Summary and Future Forecasting