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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 26 No 2 June 2011

Counselling Psychology Review  Vol 26 No 2 June 2011

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A publication including articles concerning research and practice in Counselling Psychology. Special Edition: Theory and Counselling Psychology


 

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Editorial: Counselling psychology and Theory: From Immanuel Kant to Charlie Brown
Naomi Moller & Terry Hanley

Theoretical Articles:

The identity of counselling psychology in Britain is parochial, rigid and irrelevant but diversity offers a solution

Naomi Moller

Mental health and 'The Big Society': Where do counselling psychologists and therapists fit in?
Dawn Edge & William West

Case formulation within a person-centred framework: An uncomfortable fit?
Jane Simms

Integration in counselling psychology: To what purpose?
Laura Cutts

Cognitive Relational Therapy
Yvonne Walsh & Alan Frankland

Is it time we turn towards 'third wave' therapies to treat depression in primary care? A review of the theory and evidence with implications for counselling psychologists
Salena Bhanji

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A discussion of cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Jennifer Ellen Dayes

Book Reviews

Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery
Prof. Marius Romme, Dr Sandra Escher, Jaqui Dillon, Dr Dirk Corstens & Prof. Mervyn Morris
Reviewed by Amy Dodd

Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
Mick Cooper & John McLeod
Reviewed by Clare Lennie


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