By Augustine Meier,Micheline Boivin
Integrative and pluralistic in technique, the textual content covers the main innovations from all of the significant healing versions, putting them of their historic and theoretical contexts. thoughts lined comprise empathic responding, experiential focusing, Gestalt, metaphors, task-directed imagery, ego country treatment, answer centred treatment, cognitive behvioral treatment, narrative remedy and self-in-relationship treatment. The book:
- offers each one process from the viewpoint of its underlying thought;
- offers sensible guide on the best way to convey each one intervention;
- offers extracts from counselling periods to illustrate the method in action.
This publication is important studying for all trainees on counselling and psychotherapy classes or getting ready to exploit counselling options in more than a few different expert settings. it's also worthwhile for pros who desire to collect extra skills.
Augustine Meier, qualified scientific psychologist, professor Emeritus, school of Human Sciences, Saint Paul college, Ottawa, Ontario and Founder and President of the Ottawa Institute for item family members Therapy.
Micheline Boivin, qualified medical psychologist, mental prone of the kinfolk, early life and kid's application on the Centre for health and wellbeing and Social prone, Gatineau, Québec.
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Counselling and Therapy Techniques: Theory & Practice by Augustine Meier,Micheline Boivin