HANDBOOK OF COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY
The authors include many of Britain's leading counselling psychologists who provide a thorough, detailed and authoritative examination of all the key areas and concerns in the field:
· Theories and practices.
· Contexts of practice.
· Psychological interventions.
· Social, professional and ethical issues.
Particular emphasis is placed on research and its implications for practice, and careful thought is given to the problems associated with gender, race, disability, social class and sexual orientation faced by today's helping professionals. An introductory chapter outlines the development and current status of counselling psychology, while a final chapter takes the field into the new millenium.
The book will be an essential resource for all trainees, students, lecturers and practitioners working in counselling psychology, counselling and allied helping professions.