By Mike Peterson
By Elsie Jones-Smith
Drawing from state-of-the-art learn in neuroscience, optimistic feelings, empowerment, and alter, Strengths-Based Therapy is helping readers know how to get their consumers engaged as active participants in treatment.
By Ulrich Streeck
By Tony Wigram
Note: The Kindle variation of this e-book doesn't comprise any CDs or DVDs.
By Jürgen Margraf,Silvia Schneider
Das Standardwerk für die Ausbildung in der Verhaltenstherapie erscheint in der dritten Auflage. Band 2 wurde umfassend überarbeitet und aktualisiert, einige Kapitel komplett neu geschrieben – ohne jedoch von dem bewährten praxisorientierten Grundkonzept abzuweichen. Alle Bände stellen konsequent das konkrete therapeutische Vorgehen dar und verankern die Therapieverfahren in der klinischen Grundlagenforschung. Der aktuelle Wissenstand wird umfassend dargestellt, viele Fallbeispiele lassen die Theorie lebendig werden.
By Els van Ooijen
By Chevonna Gaylor
In The rising Healer, Chevonna Gaylor, MA, LMFT, versions the method of exploring your personal own tale to aid your development as a healer. She transparently stocks her reviews, hoping you are going to give some thought to your own.
Ideas for medical software and a processing query are supplied on the finish of every bankruptcy, to stimulate your concepts in regards to the content.
“I honor the paintings we do,” says Chevonna. “When we courageously embark upon a therapeutic trip with a shopper, we have now the capability to remodel her existence and the lives of generations to persist with. we will support holiday cycles of disorder and pain.”
By Peter Jenkins
`This is sweet worth for trainees and skilled practitioners alike, upsetting mirrored image and offering an invaluable reference resource' - Sally Scott, Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal
Counsellors and psychotherapists are more and more seeing the influence of criminal matters on their perform and but many think under-prepared for the demanding situations they must face. criminal matters in Counselling & Psychotherapy is a much-needed resource of recommendation and reference which examines the quickly starting to be variety of events within which therapists locate themselves involved with the legislation - of their daily perform, in professional paintings, or whilst dealing with a felony case opposed to them.
The first half covers the present criminal context of healing paintings together with confidentiality, contracts, facts safety and court docket studies. Chapters comprise: defining paintings via top writers from the healing and criminal worlds, in addition to an illuminating account by way of a shopper who introduced a profitable case opposed to her therapist.
Some parts of healing paintings are relatively circumscribed through criminal concerns and the second one half examines the categorical implications for therapists in relation to:
- operating with survivors of sexual abuse
-working in felony settings
-the Human Rights Act.
Looking to the long run, the booklet additionally examines the consequences law for all counsellors and psychotherapists.
The desire for counsellors and psychotherapists to be good proficient concerning the legislations is speedily growing. criminal matters in Counselling & Psychotherapy hence presents entry to crucial details to be able to be of significant price to trainees, practitioners and supervisors.
By Sue Jennings
* contains strategy, theoretical strategies and most modern research
* Covers significant new subject matters of gender, race and politics
* 29 foreign contributors
By Andreas Hamburger,Wolfgang Mertens,Katharina Gröning,Valerija Sipos,Ulrich Schweiger,Corinna Wernz,Mathias Lohmer,Brigitte Geißler-Pilz,Brigitte Schiffner,Beate West-Leuer,Doris Knaier,Wolfgang Weigand,Peter Heintel,Günther Bergmann,Björn Salomonsson