Suzanne Keys

Suzanne Keys

Suzanne Keys works as a counsellor and supervisor in private practice and in a Sixth Form College in London. She comes from Northern Ireland and has lived and worked in Italy, France and the Ivory Coast, West Africa. She has published chapters in The BAPCA Reader (PCCS Books) and in Experiences of Counsellor Training (Palgrave Macmillan) and a chapter with a young man: 'Disability, Multidimensionality and Love: The politics of a counselling relationship' in Further Education in Politicizing the Person-Centred Approach (PCCS Books). She edited Idiosyncratic Person-Centred Practice and co-edited Person-Centered Work with Children and Young People (both PCCS Books). She has been involved in the committees for BAPCA (British Association for the Person-Centred Approach) and the NEAPCCP (Network of the European Associations for Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy). She is passionate about the person-centred approach and enjoys international conferences. She lives in London with her partner and young son and is increasingly interested in taking time to experience different ways of being.

Books by Suzanne Keys

Idiosyncratic Person-Centred Therapy: From the personal to the universal

  • £17.00
When people think about Person-Centred Therapy, they have in their mind's eye a particular way of practising — maybe heavily influenced by seeing Carl Rogers on film. Although it is tempting to think that all person-centred therapists practice in this way, in reality there is a great deal of variation. In this unique book, Suzanne Keys has compiled accounts…