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Personal and Relational Construct Psychotherapy

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 160
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Basic Texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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10 February 2020

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Part of the Basic Texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy series, this is a clear introductory text on personal construct theory and its application in therapeutic and counselling practice. It provides a simple guide for the...

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Part of the Basic Texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy series, this is a clear introductory text on personal construct theory and its application in therapeutic and counselling practice. It provides a simple guide for the student and clinician to the administration, analysis, and interpretation of personal construct assessment techniques, such as the repertory grid, and their use in therapy.

Not only does it introduce the range of contemporary personal construct therapeutic methods available, it is also the first book of its kind to explicate the extension of the personal construct approach to the relational context, including a guide to the use of innovative techniques developed by one of the authors.

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The first book and only book to extend the personal construct approach to the relational context


This is a unique book introducing a range of innovative techniques developed by one of the authors

Meets the need identified by students and clinical practitioners for a clear introductory text on personal construct theory and its application in therapeutic and counselling practice

Part 1: Theory.- Chapter 1: Philosophical foundations.- Chapter 2: Personal construct theory.- Chapter 3: From the personal to the relational.- Part 2: Clinical Assessment.- Chapter 4: Personal and relational construct assessment techniques.- Chapter 5: Personal and relational construct formulation.- Part 3: Psychotherapy.- Chapter 6: Individual psychotherapy.- Chapter 7: Relational construct psychotherapy and working with families.- Chapter 8: Group psychotherapy.- Chapter 9: Supervision and Reflective Practice.- Part 4: Personal and Construct Psychotherapy in the Contemporary Therapeutic Context.- Chapter 10: Relationships with other therapeutic approaches.- Chapter 11: Evidence base.- Appendices.- Useful Questions in interviewing families and children.- Glossary
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Harry Procter is Visiting Professor at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He has published over 60 papers and chapters covering a variety of topics including family therapy for children and adults with mental health and learning disabilities, schizophrenia, autism, hypnotherapy, reflective practice and formulation.

David Winter is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, U.K. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and has over 170 publications, primarily on personal construct psychology and psychotherapy research.

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Harry Procter is Visiting Professor at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He has published over 60 papers and chapters covering a variety of topics including family therapy for children and adults with mental health and learning disabilities, schizophrenia, autism, hypnotherapy, reflective practice and formulation.

David Winter is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, U.K. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and has over 170 publications, primarily on personal construct psychology and psychotherapy research.

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