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This book draws attention to complex areas in counselling and psychotherapy that are difficult to manage. In clear steps, Kirsten Amis guides us through the maze of ethics, boundaries and power. Her common-sense wisdom shines through the text in a way that will enhance the practice of any therapist that takes it to heart. This is a great book for students and practitioners alike.
This book addresses issues that are critical for the development of sound and ethical counselling practice. It challenges the trainee counsellor to think through numerous scenarios that could occur in any practice. It is well organised in relevant chapters and would be a stimulating read for a voracious learner.
This is a valuable addition to current literature and will be useful and informative to those new to counselling and to experienced practitioners. Her style is accessible and the book is both comprehensive and concise at the same time – not an easy accomplishment.
Kirsten’s accessible writing style offers a concise guide, full of key information and points for reflection in relation to the ethical responsibility counsellors have within their work. A comprehensive guide to the ethical dilemmas which can arise within the collaborative therapeutic relationship, this book provides a real sense of the need to explicitly define boundaries and respect confidentiality. It is a must-read for all counsellors!
Boundaries, power and ethical responsibilities are key issues for all counsellors. This is a clear, well-written and comprehensive guide, brought to life with relevant examples. It draws from several professional ethical guidelines, and also covers how ethical considerations can vary according to theoretical orientation. The inclusion of diagrams aids understanding. This book will provide an invaluable resource to practising counsellors, trainers and students alike.
A clear and well-structured introduction to ethical issues in counselling, with good use of case studies throughout to help illustrate points made. Recommended for students of introductory counselling courses.
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