Author(s): Richard Nelson-Jones
Presents an introduction to the major theoretical approaches in counselling and psychotherapy. This comprehensive book includes chapters on solution-focused therapy and narrative therapy. It is suitable for students on introductory courses and those embarking on professional training.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION Creating Counselling and Therapy Approaches PART TWO: PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPIES Freud's Psychoanalysis Jung's Analytical Therapy PART THREE: HUMANISTIC-EXISTENTIAL THERAPIES Person-centred Therapy Gestalt Therapy Transactional Analysis Reality Therapy Existential Therapy Logotherapy PART FOUR: COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOUR THERAPIES Behaviour Therapy Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy Cognitive Therapy Multimodal Therapy PART FIVE: POSTMODERN THERAPIES Solution-focused Therapy - Alasdair Macdonald Narrative Therapy - Martin Payne PART SIX: CULTURE AND GENDER THERAPIES Multicultural Therapy Gender-role Therapy PART SEVEN: CONCLUDING COMMENTS Evaluation, Eclecticism and Integration