Counselling, Psychotherapy and the Law

Counselling, Psychotherapy and the Law

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Peter Jenkins is to be congratulated on this clear, concise, comprehensive guide. It's a mine of information - a most useful reference tool... It's all there... clear explanations of the legal processes and the court system, historical background, case-law and examples, rationale and balanced criticism, and it's right up-to-date, with indications of future developments in the law... I anticipate that this important, authoritative book will become required reading for advanced counselling students and an indispensable resource manual for therapists, supervisors, service-providers and lawyers specializing in the relevant fields' - Counselling News Full of practical information and professional guidelines, this bCouple may attend jointly or separately to obtain information about separation and divorce, marriage counselling and mediation. ... meeting The role of counsellors in this process can be to help couples resolve conflict within their relationship, or to find ways of separating which are least damaging ... The number of divorces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland rose to 167, 000 in 1993 (CSO, 1996: 58).

Title:Counselling, Psychotherapy and the Law
Author:Peter Jenkins
Publisher:SAGE - 1997-08-11


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