Garry Prouty

Garry Prouty

Garry Prouty, (died 2009) trained by Eugene Gendlin, was the founder of Pre-Therapy. He lectured in Europe and North America in clinics, hospitals and training organisations for the over 17 years. During his career, he was invited to deliver the Frieda Fromm-Reichman Memorial Lecture at the Washington School of Psychiatry. Garry Prouty served as editorial consultant on the boards of Psychotherapy, Theory, Research and Practice; The International Journal of Mental Imagery and Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies (the journal of the World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling). His other books include Theoretical Evolutions in Person-Centered/Experiential Therapy: Applications to schizophrenic and retarded psychoses (Praeger, 1994).

Books by Garry Prouty

Emerging Developments in Pre-Therapy: A Pre-Therapy reader

  • £18.00
This is a print-on-demand title. Your book will be delivered within 7 working days. From the Preface, Garry Prouty writes:  'In developing this book with my colleagues, I have come to realize that Pre-Therapy is not only a theory and technique of psychotherapy, but also as a method of understanding psychological phenomena. Western humanistic psychology has traditionally focused on higher…

Pre-Therapy: Reaching contact-impaired clients

  • £18.00
This book presents the most complete and up-to-date formulation of Pre-Therapy philosophy, theory and practice. Previously only available in German, this important work has been updated and translated. It has been virtually impossible to get hold of any substantial writing on Pre-Therapy in the UK and this book rectifies the situation. Applications of the method with the most difficult client-groups …