A Guide to Inclusive Therapy offers bite-sized morsels of theory and generous opportunities for practising inclusivity in conversations with clients. This little book will help you move from exhaustion and frustration with your clients to a whole-hearted embracing of their complex lives. Inclusive Therapy moves practice forward from focusing on problems rather than solutions. O'Hanlon introduces the three main concepts of inclusive therapy:
Bill O'Hanlon is a dynamic, inspirational professional speaker and prolific author (over 30 books so far) who helps motivate people and organizations to determine what they are meant to be doing and to remove the barriers to succeeding at those goals. Originally trained as a psychotherapist, Bill became known for his collaborative respectful approach, irreverent humour, storytelling, clear and accessible presentation style and his infectious enthusiasm for whatever he is doing. He teaches seminars, leads trainings, writes books, coaches people and offers websites, podcasts, blogs, web-based courses, teleclasses and audio and video programs. Bill is often invited as a keynote speaker, conference speaker, motivational keynote presenter and business speaker.
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