This new series of key texts examines the unique nature of counselling in a wide range of clinical settings. Each book shows how the context in which counselling takes place has profound effects on the nature and outcome of the counselling practice, and encourages debate and dialogue.
Clinical Counselling in Primary Care
Clinical Counselling in Context An Introduction
Clinical Counselling in Medical Settings
Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settings
Clinical Counselling in Schools
Edited By John Lees
March 16, 1999
Clinical Counselling in Primary Care examines the complexities and variety of uses of clinical counselling employed in a medical setting. With an estimated 2 in 3 GP sugeries now employing a counsellor or refering patients on a regular basis, this book tackles key debates head-on. It discusses a ...
Edited By Alison Vaspe Nfaa, John Lees, Alison Vaspe
March 31, 1999
In Clinical Counselling in Further and Higher Education, a range of well-known contributors show how this potential conflict can be used to the advantage of the counsellor. Clinical counselling in further and higher education is unique in that the counsellors work is, in most cases, to assist the ...
Edited By John Lees
January 29, 1999
In the light of the current professionalization of counselling, Clinical Counselling in Context examines the hypothesis that counselling theory and practice is altered by the specific organizational context in which it takes place - the consequence of which is that context is an important force for...
Edited By Susan Davison, Christopher Rance, Peter Thomas
October 26, 2001
Clinical Counselling in Medical Settings offers an honest examination of the possibilities and limitations of counselling in a range of medical settings and patient groups. It shows how each setting has unique features that influence the therapeutic process. With numerous clinical examples ...
Edited By Quentin Stimpson
October 21, 2003
Clinical Counselling in Community and Voluntary Settings provides an overview of the development of counselling in a world of managed care, where resources are tight and professionals are stretched to their limits. Experienced contributors from a varied and diverse background cover issues ...
Edited By Gordon Lynch, John (Series ed.) Lees
November 16, 1999
Pastoral counselling has had a significant role in the development of the wider British counselling movement over the past thirty years. Yet this role has often gone unacknowledged, and little has been written about the implications of its distinctive identity within counselling. Clinical ...
Edited By Nick Barwick
September 01, 2000
Too often in education there is a split between those concerned with children's personal and emotional wellbeing and those focusing on academic achievement. At a time when counselling in schools is on the increase, working towards an integration of the personal and the academic is ...