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Time Limited Therapy In Primary Care : A Person-Centred Dialogue
Bryant-Jeffries, Richard
CRC Press / Radcliffe Publishing / Softcover / 2003-01-01 / 1857759990
Brief Psychotherapy / Person-Centered and Experiential Therapy & Counsel
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“Many counsellors who work in primary care find it difficult to explain to colleagues in the primary care team what they actually do with clients behind the closed door of their room. In this book the author brings to life in a gripping way what really does go on when a counsellor sees a patient in the primary healthcare setting. It’s good to read for once a book that describes so realistically and movingly the minute-by-minute account of what actually happens, not a book describing clever therapists getting it right all the time. The book should be required reading for newly appointed non-clinical managers of counselling services and for primary healthcare staff about to start working with a counsellor as a member of their team.”
Graham Curtis Jenkins in his Foreword
Critical Praise
''This book delineates the foundations and clinical work of person-centred counsellors in a practice setting. Six sessions are the maximum number of sessions typically available to clients in this setting. Thus, the counsellor is forced to deal with 'time limited therapy'. There is fustration with the limited sessions generally accorded to the clients, but there is also satisfaction that the person-centred approach restricted by time limited conditions is clinically effective. The author has soundly accomplished a difficult undertaking.''-Jerold D Bozarth
''This book is accessible and easy to read and should be required reading for primary care teams who, sadly, often have pre-conceived ideas of what a counsellor does. Students, too, would find this book a useful tool with the questions at the end of each section worth considering.'' -Healthcare Counselling and Psychpotherapy Journal
''This book provides excellent insights into the many issues and challenges that are part of the work undertaken by therapists and counsellors in the primary care setting. The book is sensitively written and challenges the reader to reflect on key issues involved in the counselling process'' -Nursing Standard

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