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 primary educational task, rather than be an end in itself. Yet little has been written about the implications or possibilities of what is a complex relationship. It should prove invaluable to students, practising counsellors and psychotherapists.
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.