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Psychodynamic Counselling in Action

Psychodynamic Counselling in Action

Sixth Edition

September 2024 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This classic text demonstrates psychodynamic theory and practices across the counselling process beginning – middle - end. This revised sixth edition includes a new preface, updated further reading sections and a new chapter covering contemporary issues including online working, the application of a social justice and DEI agenda within the field of psychodynamic theory and practice.

Counselling in Action is a bestselling series of practical introductions designed for trainees and practitioners. Each book introduces one of the main theoretical approaches and provides a guide to the process of counselling from beginning to end. Covering theory and practice, they are trusted companions for many courses in counselling and psychotherapy and other professions such as nursing, social work and teaching.

Chapter 1: Introducing the Psychodynamic Approach
Chapter 2: The First Session
Chapter 3: After the First Session
Chapter 4: The Importance of Time and Boundaries
Chapter 5: The Middle Phase of Counselling: Reaching Deeper
Chapter 6: The Middle Phase of Counselling: The Centrality of the Therapeutic Relationship
Chapter 7: Breaks and Endings

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