Defense Mechanisms in the Counseling Process

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SAGE Publications, Mar 24, 1998 - Psychology - 255 pages
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`[The client material]... stimulated thought and reflection... Clark presented a large number of very tricky case studies and illustrated all manner of different and interesting ways of responding to clients who find it difficult to engage with the process of counselling. Furthermore, this is done in the framework of a model of counselling which integrates humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural theories in a most interesting and convincing way. In the end, I learned quite a lot and found myself pondering the case histories days later' - Counselling, The Journal of the British Association for Counselling

The understanding of defence mechanisms is vital to counsellors and psychotherapists, particula

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About the author (1998)

Clark is a Professor and Coordinator of the Counseling and Development Program at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York.

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