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Creating the Therapeutic Relationship in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice Series)At the centre of good counselling and psychotherapy practice is the relationship between therapist and client. This book is an essential guide for counselling and psychotherapy students who want to explore the personal qualities and attitudes of the therapist, and to allow the client to engage in the therapeutic process with trust. The book will consider how students of counselling can develop these qualities and enhance their awareness of their attitudes, to enable them to be fully present an…

What Works with Teens: A Professional’s Guide to Engaging Authentically with Adolescents to Achieve Lasting Change Two clinical social workers offer clinicians, educators, coaches, and other youth counselors the first professional book that focuses on engaging authentically with teens in order to create lasting change. Anyone who works with teens should read this book.  If you work with teens, you know they are notoriously challenging to communicate with. And when teens are resistant to help, they may respond by acting defiant, guarded, defensive, rude, or even outright hostile. In turn, you may respond b…

Creating Change for Complex Children and their Families: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Multi-Family WorkThe strain of caring for children struggling with severe and complex mental health needs affects the entire family. The staff at the innovative Croft Child and Family Unit have developed a unique approach of working intensively with the whole family, and encouraging them to share their experiences with other families, to instigate a complete change that will benefit all family members.Using detailed case studies to illustrate the model, the book focuses on the needs of children with a wide range…

Creating the Therapeutic Relationship in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice) 1st (first) edition by Green, Judith published by Learning Matters Ltd. (2010) [Paperback]The strain of caring for children struggling with severe and complex mental health needs affects the entire family. The staff at the innovative Croft Child and Family Unit have developed a unique approach of working intensively with the whole family, and encouraging them to share their experiences with other families, to instigate a complete change that will benefit all family members.Using detailed case studies to illustrate the model, the book focuses on the needs of children with a wide range…

Creating the Therapeutic Relationship in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice Series) by Judith A. Green (2010-09-17)The strain of caring for children struggling with severe and complex mental health needs affects the entire family. The staff at the innovative Croft Child and Family Unit have developed a unique approach of working intensively with the whole family, and encouraging them to share their experiences with other families, to instigate a complete change that will benefit all family members.Using detailed case studies to illustrate the model, the book focuses on the needs of children with a wide range…

The Body of Life: Creating New Pathways for Sensory Awareness and Fluid MovementIn this classic book on bodywork education, Thomas Hanna builds on the theoories of Functional Integration, a method that applies gentle physical manipulation to fine-tune the nervous system and eliminate involuntary responses to tension, anxiety, and emotional pain. Through case histories, the author describes methods for improving bodily coordination, balance, and range of movement. With enhanced awareness, we gain a greater understanding of our internal states and our ability to affect them. …

Functional Analytic Psychotherapy: Creating Intense and Curative Therapeutic RelationshipsNow in paperback, this classic book offers a powerful framework for clinicians seeking to rethink their approach to the therapeutic relationship. It begins with the theory behind Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP), explaining why clients’ unique needs may extend beyond well-mapped routes to change. From there, the authors present the clinical principles of FAP and their uses in treating diffuse, resistant problems….

Creating Culturally Appropriate Outside Spaces and Experiences for People with Dementia: Using Nature and the Outdoors in Person-Centred CareDemonstrating that it is essential to be sensitive to the cultural backgrounds of people with dementia in order to provide truly person-centred care, this book shows that it is possible to create culturally appropriate outdoor spaces and experiences that resonate with people with dementia on a fundamental level and are a source of comfort and wellbeing. Contributors drawn from a variety of backgrounds describe the significance of nature in the lives of people with dementia from diverse culture…