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This was interesting but not quite what was required for my students.
This is essential reading for students and practitioners of the person-centred approach. It includes an in-depth analysis of the applications of PCT. This is all achieved in a compound volume although the book is densely written.
A very interesting addition to the Person centred therapist's bookshelf - informing and thought provoking.
Provides an excellent 'pocket book' style explanation of all key aspects of Person-Centred theory.
Great to refer to personally, only use from time to time in lectures as others are better for me.
Concise overview of the person-centred model of change. Useful addition to core texts.
A good concise and practical book. Will benifit health care workers who are begining to integrate counselling theory to their practice.
The focus on therapeutic change facilitated by Person Centred therapeutic counsellor qualities is central to my teaching. This book captures the change process in a way that is accessible to undergraduate students.
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