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The Counsellor's Guide to Personality

Understanding Preferences, Motives and Life Stories

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 176
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Professional Handbooks in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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25 December 2012

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This text offers a wide-ranging, integrated, comprehensive introduction to the field of personality differences for counsellors, looking at the key theories and exploring their application to practice. Suitable for trainee,...

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This text offers a wide-ranging, integrated, comprehensive introduction to the field of personality differences for counsellors, looking at the key theories and exploring their application to practice. Suitable for trainee, new and experienced counsellors, this is an invaluable addition to training course reading lists.

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Highlights the importance of an understanding of personality for counselling trainees and practitioners, an undeveloped yet important area of counselling practice


A?clear focus on the practical, concentrating on the clinical implications of personality types for both therapist and client

Illustrates theoretical and practical ideas with vivid case stories, bringing the material to life

Introduction
Personality and Counselling
Increasing Self-Awareness: Discovering Your Preferences
Increasing Self-Awareness: Discovering Motives
Improving the Counselling Relationship
How Personality Can Affect Clients' Problems with Love and Work
How Personality Can Affect Clients' Problems with Health
Case Studies of Personal Development
Increasing Self-Awareness: Discovering Life Stories
Conclusion

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ROWAN BAYNE is Professor of Psychology and Counselling at the University of East London, UK where he has taught counselling for over 30 years, and core tutor of the Postgraduate diploma/MA in Counselling and Psychotherapy. He is the author of three books on applied personality theory, including Psychological Types at Work: An MBTI Perspective and The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: A Critical Review and Practical Guide and several books on counselling including The Counsellor's Handbook (with Gordon Jinks).

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ROWAN BAYNE is Professor of Psychology and Counselling at the University of East London, UK where he has taught counselling for over 30 years, and core tutor of the Postgraduate diploma/MA in Counselling and Psychotherapy. He is the author of three books on applied personality theory, including Psychological Types at Work: An MBTI Perspective and The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: A Critical Review and Practical Guide and several books on counselling including The Counsellor's Handbook (with Gordon Jinks).

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