Dr Petruska Clarkson has made a lifelong study of the transforming effects of psychotherapy. This book draws together some of her best writings on the practice of psychotherapy, its process and outcomes, including some previously unpublished material. Written in an open, accessible style and reflecting the experience and wisdom gained from more than twenty years of working in the field of human understanding, communication and growth, the book will be welcomed by counsellors, psychotherapists, teachers and students for its clarity and authority. It contains case material, clear diagrams and a blend of assimilated theory and original insight. <p> As well as being a Founding Director of metanoia Psychotherapy Training Institute and a widely published author, Dr Clarkson is active in counselling, training trainers, holding international workshops and providing consultancy in public and private organizations.
Part 2 Cornerstones of psychotherapy - The Relationship, Change, Difference, Commonality and The Child within, a Multiplicity of Psychotherapeutic Relationships, Outcomes of psychotherapy - a Diagnostic Pentagon, Metanoia - a Process of Transformation, dilemmas of Difference, Individuality and Commonality in Gestalt.
Part 3 systemic Integrative Psychotherapy, Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy With a young Bereaved Girl, Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy (incorporating The seven-level Model).
Part 4 Transference and Countertransference in psychotherapy and Supervision, Through The Looking Glass - Explorations in transference and Countertransference, Further Through The Looking Glass - transference, Countertransference and Parallel Process in Transactional analysis Psychotherapy and Supervision.
Part 5 Training and Supervisory Issues, new Perspectives in Counselling and Psychotherapy (or Adrift in a sea of change). Appendix 1, The Opening of The Wall - end of Voluntary South African exile, October 1990, Moscow Morning, August 1991. Appendix 2, Post-modernist versus Modernist Terms.
Series: Exc Business And Economy (Whurr)
Number Of Pages: 268
Published: 27th July 1993
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 227.96 x 156.86 x 15.28
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1