In this essential text, the highly regarded Temenos team present a new introduction to the person-centred approach for the Twenty-first-century. Giving a broad and unbiased account, they illustrate how the approach has developed since the death of Carl Rogers and explore how the person-centred philosophy can be an effective working model for both counselling and psychotherapy and for understanding, living and working in a complex contemporary world. The Person-Centred Approach is essential reading for trainees, whether new to counselling or more experienced, and is a vital resource for practitioners wishing to keep at the forefront of the latest developments in the field.A Contemporary Introduction Louise Embleton Tudor, Keemar Keemar, Keith Tudor, Joanna Valentine, Mike Worrall ... hasalso been extensively researched and indeedhas made a contribution toideas about research (see Rogers, 1985; Barrineau and Bozarth, 1989;Moustakas, 1990). BarrettLennarda#39;s (1998) excellent book also provides references toand summaries of otherpertinent research studies inanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Person-Centred Approach|
|Author||:||Louise Embleton Tudor, Keemar Keemar, Keith Tudor, Joanna Valentine, Mike Worrall|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2004-03-08|