An A-Z of Counselling Theory and Practice

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Nelson Thornes, 2005 - Psychology - 555 pages
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Using the successful A-Z format, author William Stewart gives jargon free definitions of both common and less-known counselling theories. This fourth edition features new counselling approaches, updated references and greater application for any profession using counselling techniques. New entries include hypnotherapy, euthanasia, dream therapy and "Ten Traps for Therapists". This easily navigable resource also covers situations where counselling may take place, such as grief and bereavement.

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This book is brilliant if you are a student or professional counsellor as it has a vast range of information encapsulated within it.
Its the one book you need to own and put on your book shelf for future reference

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William B. Stewart, MD, is cofounder and medical director of the Institute for Health and Healing at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. He has been voted by his peers as one of the best doctors in America for many years through the Best Doctors, Inc., organization. Dr. Stewart's work has been informed by medical volunteer work in India and more than thirty years of surgical practice. His personal experiences have contributed to a profound perspective on the cycles of life and the principles and practices of mindful living. For more information about Deep Medicine, Dr. Stewart, or the Institute for Health and Healing, visit

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