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The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Third Edition
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton (Eds)
Sage Publications / Softcover / 2012-03-01 / 0857023268
Counseling / Psychotherapy
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736 pages
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This long-awaited Third Edition brings together the fundamentals of counseling and psychotherapy theory, research, skills and practice. It addresses what every successful trainee or practitioner needs to know, do, think, feel, and use in a way that is entirely comprehensive, accessible and jargon-free.

This book includes:
An introduction to counseling and psychotherapy – definitions, philosophy and historical background
An outline of the most significant therapeutic skills, theories, approaches and setting-specific practice issues
The client, what they need from therapy, and the most commonly presented problems
The therapist and the importance of professional development, supervision, ethics and research
Including new material on interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive analytic therapy, pluralism and mindfulness, as well as body psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, learning disabilities, ADHD, and low self-esteem, this book continues to be essential reading for trainees or experienced practitioners alike.



What are Counselling and Psychotherapy? Colin Feltham
Types of Goal Colin Feltham Arenas Colin Feltham
Settings and Opportunities for Employment Colin Feltham


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
Gender Jenny Bimrose
Disability Simon Parritt
Age Léonie Sugarman
Social Class David Pilgrim
Sexual Orientation Dominic Davies
Religion and Spirituality William West
Race, Culture and Ethnicity Harbrinder Dhillon-Stevens


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
The Client-therapist Relationship William B. Stiles
Generic Skills Francesca Inskipp
Specific Strategies and Techniques Gordon Jinks
Assessment and Case Formulation Wendy Wood and Michael Townend
Assessing Severe Mental Health Problems Dan Tully
Structuring Work with Clients Ian Horton
Ancillary Skills Colin Feltham
Clinical Practice Issues Tim Bond, Geof Alred and Peter Hughes


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
Professional and Personal Development Hazel Johns
Clinical Supervision Val Wosket
Private Practice, Insurance, Advertising Gabrielle Syme
Ethical Codes and Guidance Tim Bond
Responding to Complaints Tim Bond
Client Experiences Colin Feltham
Therapy and the Law Peter Jenkins
Mental Health Law Sobhi Girgis
Fundamentals of Research John McLeod
Using the CORE System to Support Service Quality Development John Mellor-Clark and Michael Barkham


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
Contextual Psychology Colin Feltham
Psychological Type Theory Rowan Bayne
Models of Counselling and Psychotherapy Ian Horton
Integration Ian Horton
Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy: Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton

Psychodynamic Approaches
Adlerian Therapy Anthea Millar and Jenny Warner
Analytical Psychology Ruth Williams
Attachment-based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Joseph Schwartz
Lacanian Therapy Lionel Bailly
Psychoanalytic Therapy Jessica Yakeley
Psychodynamic Therapy Julia Segal

Cognitive-behavioural Approaches
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy John Boorman, Eric Morris & Joe Oliver
Cognitive Therapy Jill Mytton
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Michaela Swales & Christine Dunkley
Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy Windy Dryden

Humanistic-existential Approaches
Body Psychotherapy Nick Toton
Existential Counselling and Therapy Emmy van Deurzen
Gestalt Therapy Michael Ellis and Jonathan Smith
Person-centred Therapy Keith Tudor
Psychodrama Clark Baim
Psychosynthesis Therapy Helen Sieroda
Transactional Analysis Keith Tudor and Charlotte Sills

Integrative and Eclectic Approaches
Cognitive Analytic Therapy Stephen Kellett
Emotional Freedom Techniques John Bullough
Interpersonal Psychotherapy Elizabeth Robinson and Graham Dyson
Multimodal Therapy Stephen Palmer
Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy John McLeod and Mick Cooper
The Skilled Helper Model Val Wosket

Constructive Approaches
Narrative Approaches to Therapy John McLeod
Neuro-linguistic Programming Jo Cooper and Peter Seal
Personal Construct Counselling and Psychotherapy Fay Fransella and David Winter
Solution-focused Therapy Bill O'Connell


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
Conceptualizing Clients' Problems Colin Feltham
Psychopharmacology Digby Tantum
Specific Problems Alcohol Problems Richard Velleman
Anger Management Emma Williams, Michael Scott and Gillian Bloxham
Anxiety and Panic Gill Donohoe and Tom Ricketts
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults Pam Maras
Bereavement Gabrielle Syme
Depression Paul Gilbert
Counselling Drug-related Problems Andrew Guppy and Sally Woods
Eating and Exercise Disorders Suzanne Abraham
HIV/AIDS Jill Balmont and Ida Waksberg
Low Self-Esteem Alison Waines
Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) Daniel Zahl and Diana Sanders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe
Personality Disorders Stephen Kellett and Dan Tully Phobias Gill Donohoe and Tom Ricketts
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Claudia Herbert
The Psychoses Brian Martindale Relationship and Sex Problems Gail Evans
Sexual Abuse in Childhood Moira Walker
Working with Suicide and Self-Harm in Counselling and Psychotherapy Andrew Reeves
Working with Survivors of Rape and Domestic Violence Christiane Sanderson


Introduction Colin Feltham and Ian Horton
Counselling People Labelled with Asperger Syndrome Nick Hodge
Brief/time-limited Therapy Colin Feltham
Counselling Children Kathryn Geldard and David Geldard
Coaching Janet Laffin
Co-counselling Rose Evison and Richard Horobin
Couple Counselling Gail Evans
Disability Simon Parritt
Electronically Delivered Therapies Kate Anthony
Wider Issues of Technology in Therapy Stephen Goss, Kate Anthony and DeeAnna Merz Nagel
Family and Systemic Therapy Mark Rivett Feminist Psychotherapy Colleen Heenan
Gender and Sexual Minority Therapy Olivier Cormier-Otano and Dominic Davies
Group Counselling and Therapy Stephen Paul Hypnotherapeutic Skills Kathy Stephenson
Counselling Older People Angela Harris and Ken Laidlaw
Counselling in Primary Care Louise Robinson, Sara Pennen and Pat Seber
Clinical Applications of Working with Race, Culture and Ethnicity Harbrinder Dhillon-Stevens
Managing Stress Rowan Bayne
Counselling and Psychotherapy with Students Andrew Reeves
Telephone Counselling Maxine Rosenfield
Workplace Counselling Kevin Friery
Counselling Young People Kathryn Geldard and David Geldard

Postscript: Summary and Future Forecasting Colin Feltham and Ian Horton

List of Abbreviations


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