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The book explores different aspects of the therapeutic relationship in a very clear and accessible style which will be helpful to trainee and newly qualified therapists working from a range of approaches. Part of the authors stated aims is ‘to address some of the most commonly asked questions around the therapeutic relationship’ and it was interesting for me to note at the start of a new academic year just how many of these questions were being explored during skills training, theoretical discussions and group supervision. Each chapter is supported with helpful examples from practic
At last – answers to a multitude of questions on the complexities of the therapeutic relationship. This is a gem of a book containing everything you need to know from ethical dilemmas in practice to the online and telephone relationship. Grounded in research and drawing on the authors’ experiences, easy to read and a valuable resource for trainees and experienced practitioners. A very welcome book.
The Therapeutic Relationship in Counselling and Psychotherapy by Rosanne Knox and Mick Cooper is a short and easily digestible guide which helps to create a bond between counsellor and client, whatever approach they are using. This book is especially useful for people at the start of their counselling journey, because it fully explores the elements of how to build a boundaried, but compassionate space where fruitful work can commence at a deep level...The book is clear and easy to navigate which enables a reader to quickly find the part that interests them.
This invaluable little book punches above its 156 page weight, delivering common-sense advice and insight into that most revered aspect of the therapeutic encounter: the relationship between a counsellor and client...The book's strength lies in its ability to make a complex subject understandable, without dumbing down. I particularly liked each chapter's 'personal reflection', which invites the reader to think more deeply about some of the ideas raised.
A succinct and useful tool. I have recommended this to students
Within counseling psychology, the therapeutic relationship is key. This comprehensive book includes a range of key aspects such as the therapeutic frame, engaging in a therapeutic relationship and what happens at a deeper level. Students' feedback has been good and they particularly enjoy the size of the book, the style of writing and depth of topics.
Essential reading for those new in the field of counselling. Comprehensive. Well laid out with clear chapter structure and flow. Engenders confidence in new practitioners.
This simple and practical book looks at questions which a trainee counsellor might ask about the therapeutic relationship. It will be very accessible for Level 3 students.
This is an easy read and provides lots of very useful information pertaining to the processes necessary to form a healthy therapeutic relationship regardless of orientation.
This is a practical book, which answers questions students at this level may have
This book provides a clear and concise introduction to key issues concerning the therapeutic relationship. It is written in a style that is accessible, engaging and encouraging of reflection and is likely to be of benefit for both new and seasoned practitioners.
Excellent text for all students on a counselling course
Good complimentary text for our relational course.
easy to read
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