Creative Ethical Practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy | Counseling Ethics
'An exciting and important book, which demonstrates that ethical practice can be - in fact, must be - alive and creative as well as safe and boundaried' -
Nick Totton, author of Wild Therapy
'This book reminded me of the inspirational work of James Bugenthal, no praise is higher. It is both a helpful and practical guide, encouraging a deep enquiry into the values that counsellors and psychotherapists bring to their work, and at the same time a source of wisdom in its own right, one that draws on the evidently rich experience of the authors. Experienced practitioners, reviewing and reflecting on their practice, have much to gain from it, so too do senior trainees approaching accreditation. It has a special value to trainers by means of a highly imaginative and accessible use of exercises and vignettes that help capture the true nature of the therapeutic encounter' -
Sean Maloney, UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor and Chair of Ethics for the Karuna Institute
excellent addition, helpful to clarify ethical practice
A very useful text book for our year 2 skills courses where we want to encourage students to think confidently and creatively about ethical situations.
A useful book to help take the fear out of making the unfamiliar familiar.
Thoughtful and relevant. Full of useful resources
Does what it says and gets you thinking out of the box about ethical issues
This book provides some interesting perspectives on ethical dilemmas that can occur in the workplace applicable to any practising therapist or trainee.
Some useful information that can be used to supplement students' understanding of ethical practice.
A completely different approach to an important subject
A useful and informative book to stimulate trainee discussion