This book comprehensively and clearly surveys the major theoretical schools of psychotherapy – including Freudian, Jungian, humanistic and cognitive. There is also some consideration of the impact of new discoveries in neuroscience upon psychotherapy. The book also provides a concrete, detailed and hands-on introduction to working with clients, with many vivid and helpful vignettes from actual sessions. Many practical issues are covered, including the setting for therapy; the therapist/client relationship; client negativity; and the difficult or disturbed client.
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