The Wiley Handbook of Personal Construct Psychology is the definitive new reference for the field, providing a state-of-the-art review of PCP which focuses on the theory and its philosophy, methodology, areas of application and future horizons
• A definitive new reference work for the field of personal construct psychology, featuring leading international figures in the field
• Each section begins with a concise chapter that reviews the literature in the area concerned and highlights new developments
• Covers theory, history, methodology and a wealth of new and established applications including education, grief and meaning reconstruction, sexuality, organizational consultancy and personal construct coaching
• Draws on published and previously unpublished work by pioneers including Fay Fransella and Miller Mair
About the Editors:
David Winter is Professor of Clinical Psychology, and Programme Director of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He has applied personal construct psychology in clinical practice and research for 40 years, with over 150 publications including Personal Construct Psychology in Clinical Practice (1994) and Personal Construct Psychotherapy: Advances in Theory, Practice and Research (Wiley, 2005).
Nick Reed is Director of the Centre for Personal Construct Psychology in the Department of Psychology and Sports Sciences, University of Hertfordshire, UK. Nick has taught and practised personal construct psychology for over 15 years and has experience of applying PCP in diverse contexts including organisational change, environmental consultancy, teacher effectiveness and the training of junior doctors.