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Counselling Psychology Review Vol 21 No 3 August 2006

Counselling Psychology Review Vol 21 No 3 August 2006

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of counselling psychology.



Heather Sequeira

Past Chair's Notes
Susan Van Scoyoc

Chair's Notes
Ralph Goldstein


Are ethical codes ethical?
Michelle Thatcher

In cognitive therapy, how would the therapist understand and work with difficulties that arise in the therapeutic relationship?
Terence Boucher

Research Digest
Martin Milton

Newsletter Section

Just what is it that makes contemporary Counselling Psychology so different, so appealing?
Simon du Plock

Different, dynamic and determined - the powerful force of Counselling Psychology in the helping professions
Peter Martin

Annual Conference of the Division of Counselling Psychology - Workshop Briefings

Thinking about Psychotherapy as a Specialism within the family of Psychology
Ralph Goldstein & David Lane

Talking Point: Is the independence of Counselling Psychology training worth the cost?
Pavlo Kanellakis & Andrew Kinder

BPS Survey of Counselling Psychologists

Tribute to Petruska Clarkson
Riccardo Draghi-Lorenz

Trainee Column

Book Reviews
Kasia Szymanska

Letters to the Editor

Forthcoming events

Networking Contacts

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