Chapter 1 Introduction: Politics and the Consulting Room.- Chapter 2 Difference in the Consulting Room: Theoretical and Professional Perspectives.- Chapter 3: Race, Taye: Racial difference and questions of belonging.- Chapter 4 Gender `Go on, be a good girl': Amanda and the oppression of gender.- Chapter 5 Sexuality `Can I ask if you are gay?' Kenny, toxic masculinity and homophobia.- Chapter 6: Faith, Neither mad, bad nor ill: Ravi, mental health and religious identity.- Chapter 7: Non-binary gender, Beyond the binary: Sam and gender.- Chapter 8: Disability, Politics of the unseen: Rhonda and hidden disability.- Chapter 9: Othering and the environment, Monique: The guilt of living while the planet dies.- Chapter 10: Big `P' Politics, The Political is Personal: Jacinta and Brexit.- Chapter 11: Epilogue
Martin Milton is Professor of Counselling Psychology at Regents University London, UK. He also runs an independent practice in psychotherapy and supervision. He is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Consultant Psychologist specializing in psychotherapy, UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, and HCPC Registered Counselling Psychologist.