Publish date: December 2013
Getting the Best Out of Counselling & Psychotherapy Supervision does exactly what it says on the tin! Supervision is an essential part of counselling training and ensuring you know exactly how to get the very most out of supervision is important, whatever their level of study. Exploring how to begin, maintain and end a supervisory learning relationship in the context of existing theory and best practice guidelines, the author will introduce your trainees to:
Written in a lively and engaging style, this book will enable both supervisors and supervisees to get the best they can from the supervisory experience.
Assistant Professor/Research Co-ordinator: Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.
Course Director: M.Sc./P.Grad.Dip. in Clinical Supervision.
Cool Connections is a fun, engaging workbook that provides a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to positively modifying the everyday thoughts and behaviours of children and young people aged 9 to 14. Combining a summary of CBT principles and step-by-step guidelines on how to use the materials appropriately with a mixture of games, handouts, home activities and therapeutic exercises, Cool Connections is designed to encourage resilience and self-esteem and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Fully photocopiable, fully illustrated and easy to use, this structured workbook is an effective tool for... More info
Skills in solution focused brief counselling and psychotherapy: This is the first book to look at the practical skills specific to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, making it ideal for trainees preparing to practice in today's busy and often time-limited health and social care settings. In recent years Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) has emerged as the therapy of choice for many health and social care professionals. Its simplicity and brevity means it is effective, economical and adaptable across many settings, and it also has a strong evidence base. As part of... More info
This book shares stories of creative inventions by Aboriginal narrative therapists and community workers, including the ‘Shame Mat’, the ‘Language Tree of Life’, ‘Conversations with Lateral Violence’, and ‘Narrative community gatherings’. These significant innovations are expanding the field of narrative practice, not only in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contexts, but also across cultures and internationally. Significantly, this book also illustrates how narrative practices are being used by Aboriginal communities to decolonise identity stories, to move beyond mental health labels, and to step out of missionary rules and closets of shame. In... More info