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An Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy
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Part I: Setting the Context Chapter 1: What are the Counselling Professions? Chapter 2: Becoming a Counsellor or Psychotherapist: Personal and Professional Development Part II: Counselling & Psychotherapy Approaches Chapter 3: Psychodynamic Counselling and Psychotherapy Chapter 4: Cognitive-behavioural counselling and psychotherapy Chapter 5: Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy Chapter 6: Integrative and Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy Chapter 7: Other Key Counselling and Psychotherapy Approaches Part III: Counselling Practice and Skills Chapter 8: The Therapeutic Relationship Chapter 9: Therapist Competencies and Counselling Skills Chapter 10: Clients and Presenting Issues Chapter 11: Working with Diversity and Difference Part IV: Professional Issues Chapter 12: Professional Settings and Organisations Chapter 13: Law, Policy, Values and Ethics Chapter 14: Managing Professional Responsibilities Chapter 15: Developing Your Practice: Supervision, Research, Career Development Chapter 16: Conclusions

About the Author

Dr Andrew Reeves is a Senior BACP Counsellor/Psychotherapist with over 30 years' experience of working in a range of settings as a social worker and therapist. He has experience of working in child protection, with children and families, adult mental health, schools and higher education. He additionally works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chester on the professional doctorate programme and is a successful freelance trainer. He has written extensively, publishing several books and many articles, primarily around working with risk in counselling and psychotherapy, his specialist research area. He was Editor-in-Chief of Counselling and Psychotherapy Research journal for nearly six years, and has been Chair of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy since 2014.

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Reeves' (and his colleagues) text is one of the most comprehensive textbooks that introduces counselling and psychotherapy to students. It has a very broad scope, offers an in-depth perspective and yet remains student and reader-friendly.


-- Ladislav Timulak
Andrew's wealth of experience shines through in this comprehensive account of what it entails to be a counsellor or psychotherapist. No stone is left unturned as he accurately identifies salient issues in training, routine practice and professional mastery. Highly recommended for both practitioners and potential clients.
-- Emeritus Professor Sue Wheeler

Reeves and his chapters' co-authors have done us a great service here. Written with clarity and authority, his updated Introduction offers both practical and theoretical insights across the broad and complex territories of the current counselling and psychotherapy world. The book's sheer scope is impressive, but equally so is his personal presence in the text. The reader never loses the sense of who is talking to them: someone steeped in, and deeply committed to, the therapeutic enterprise.


-- Jonathan Wyatt

Jammed with useful and easy to read information, this is a great book for trainee counsellors who are looking to expand their theoretical knowledge through practical and fun means.


-- Lauren Walker

Easy reading, this book is easier to understand than any other


-- Philippa Bullock

I think this new edition would be a vital resource for all current and future trainees of the counselling profession. I will be using this new edition especially for the video materials


-- Frances Head

A comprehensive and thought-provoking introduction to what counselling is and how it is practised; ideal for all therapists-in-training, qualified practitioners of all modes and other professionals performing a counselling role.


-- Angela Russell
This book is less of an 'introduction to counselling' and more of an 'all you need to know'. Some discussion around the nature of research and evidence, the current mental health discourse, and contemporary developments and issues in the field provide an essential backdrop to this accessible and interactive resource. This book would be a great resource not just for trainees and those starting out in their career but for trainers and lecturers too, and a useful tool for supervisors. It is thought-provoking, inspiring and encourages reflexivity and critical thinking. -- Michelle Higgins, MBACP (Accred)

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