Really helpful analysis and description of theory
Excellent book, easy to read and understand. Use of case studies is always a favourite among students. I will be adding this title to the list of recommended reading.
Very readable and comprehensive review of person-centred theory and ongoing evolution.
A really excellent higher level introduction about person-centred theory. Ideal for first and second year undergraduate or diploma level studies.
An excellent foundation for any Person-centred practitioner.
I enjoyed the presentation of this volume, which combined an historical view of traditional person-centred counselling psychology with more up to date thinking, including theorists like Gendlin and Rennie. Discussion of other orientations was helpful, as were the extended case studies and application thereof, which will prove invaluable to students seeking to apply theory to practice
An excellent book, with an easy style of reading. It provides a clear relationship between the Person Centred Counselling model and the psychology that underpins it. This will extend the reading of students and link their counselling knowledge with psychology in a more meaningful way.
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