Most books covering individual therapeutic approaches are aimed at the trainee/student market.
This series, however, is concerned with advanced and advancing theory, offering the reader comparative and comparable coverage of a number of therapeutic approaches.
Aimed at professionals and postgraduates, Advancing Theory in Therapy will cover an impressive range of theories.
With full reference to case studies throughout, each book in the series will:
Transactional Analysis A Relational Perspective
Psychodrama Advances in Theory and Practice
Gestalt Therapy Advances in Theory and Practice
By Gregor Žvelc, Maša Žvelc
December 30, 2020
Integrative psychotherapy is a groundbreaking book where the authors present mindfulness- and compassion-oriented integrative psychotherapy (MCIP) as an integration of relational psychotherapy with the practice and research of mindfulness and compassion. The book elucidates an approach which is ...
Edited By Tree Staunton
April 04, 2002
In the past the practice of body psychotherapy has been taken less seriously in professional circles than more traditional psychotherapeutic approaches.Body Psychotherapy redresses the balance, offering insights into a spectrum of approaches within body-oriented psychotherapy. A range of ...
By Helena Hargaden, Charlotte Sills
March 28, 2002
Transactional analysis is growing in popularity as an approach to psychotherapy, and this book provides an in-depth, comprehensive model of theory and practice.Transactional Analysis: A Relational Perspective presents a relational model of psychotherapy which reflects the theoretical and ...
By Ursula E. Oberst, Alan E. Stewart
December 05, 2002
Adlerian Psychotherapy gives an account of Adlerian therapy and counselling from its origins to the present day, and proposes an advanced version of the theory. The main principles and concepts of Adler's thinking are re-examined from a contemporary perspective, placing them in the context of other...
Edited By Clark Baim, Jorge Burmeister, Manuela Maciel
June 21, 2007
Psychodrama: Advances in Theory and Practice provides a comprehensive overview of developments in the theory and practice of psychodrama, integrating different psychodramatic schools of thought. Psychodrama is one of the pioneering approaches of psychotherapy and is practised by thousands of ...
Edited By Talia Bar-Yoseph Levine
July 26, 2011
The Gestalt approach is based on the philosophy that the human being is born with the healthy ability to regulate needs and wants in relationship with the environment in which she/he lives. Heightening of personal awareness and exploration of needs is enabled by the therapist who actively engages ...
Edited By Laura Barnett, Greg Madison
November 28, 2011
In 1958 in their book Existence, Rollo May, Henri Ellenberger and Ernst Angel introduced existential therapy to the English-speaking psychotherapy world. Since then the field of existential therapy has moved along rapidly and this book considers how it has developed over the past fifty years, and ...
By Ian Parker
July 09, 2010
Jacques Lacan's impact upon the theory and practice of psychoanalysis worldwide cannot be underestimated. Lacanian Psychoanalysis looks at the current debates surrounding Lacanian practice and explores its place within historical, social and political contexts. The book argues that Lacan’s ...
By Gabriele Chiari, Maria Laura Nuzzo
September 24, 2009
Psychotherapy has undergone major changes in recent years, with a variety of new approaches including cognitive-behavioural therapy joining the more traditional and widespread schools of thought. These new approaches all share the epistemological assumption of constructivism, which states that ...
By Lisa Wake
January 31, 2008
Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy offers a unique and exciting postmodern perspective on an advancing model of therapy. It places neurolinguistic psychotherapy in context and considers the history of NLP and its relationship to psychotherapy. Presented as an effective model for facilitating ...
By Keith Tudor, Mike Worrall
February 02, 2006
The person-centred approach is one of the most popular, enduring and respected approaches to psychotherapy and counselling. Person-Centred Therapy returns to its original formulations to define it as radically different from other self-oriented therapies. Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall draw on a ...
Edited By Joseph Cambray, Linda Carter
July 29, 2004
The Jungian approach to analysis and psychotherapy has been undergoing an extensive reconsideration during the past decade. Analytical Psychology calls special attention to the areas that have been most impacted: the core concepts and practices of the Jungian tradition, along with relevant ...