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Relational Depth

New Perspectives and Developments

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 240
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29 January 2013

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17 December 2012

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This wide-ranging textbook offers a fascinating survey of the latest thinking and research on in-depth therapeutic encounters by bringing together the latest theory, research and practice on working at relational depth with...

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This wide-ranging textbook offers a fascinating survey of the latest thinking and research on in-depth therapeutic encounters by bringing together the latest theory, research and practice on working at relational depth with clients in counselling and psychotherapy. By exploring the meaning, challenges and experiences of relational depth, it provides insight into an important dimension of therapeutic practice and, for many, will act as a guide to new ways of thinking about their therapeutic relationships.

This book is an essential read for all trainees and practitioners in Counselling and Psychotherapy who want to deepen their levels of therapeutic relating.

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  • Brings together clients' views, perceptions and experiences of relational depth
  • Features inspiring case studies which bring to life the concept of working at relational depth
  • Presents practical suggestions and exercises for training and practice
  • Includes the newly developed Relational Depth Inventory
  • Features contributions from key figures in the field of person-centred therapy
  • Combines vivid case studies with the latest research evidence
  • Explores relational depth in a wider theoretical context: for example, in relation to dialogue, presence, mutuality and the trans-personal
  • Examines a breadth of perspectives: from working with young clients to working in groups
  • Considers important professional issues, such as how relational depth can be assessed and its value in personal development and supervision contexts
  • Provides a range of training and self-development exercises to enhance therapists' preparedness and ability to engage at a level of relational depth

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART I: EXPERIENCE AND EVIDENCE OF RELATIONAL DEPTH
PART II: RELATIONAL DEPTH IN CONTEXT
PART III: RELATED PERSPECTIVES
Index
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ROSANNE KNOX is a Counselling service manager for a national children's charity, and a Person-Centred Therapist in private practice in the UK.

DAVID MURPHY is a Lecturer in Counselling and Trauma Studies at the University of Nottingham, UK.

SUSAN WIGGINS is a Person-Centred Therapist in private practice in the UK.

MICK COOPER is a Professor of Counselling at the School of Psychological Sciences and Health at the University of Strathclyde, UK.

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ROSANNE KNOX is a Counselling service manager for a national children's charity, and a Person-Centred Therapist in private practice in the UK.

DAVID MURPHY is a Lecturer in Counselling and Trauma Studies at the University of Nottingham, UK.

SUSAN WIGGINS is a Person-Centred Therapist in private practice in the UK.

MICK COOPER is a Professor of Counselling at the School of Psychological Sciences and Health at the University of Strathclyde, UK.

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