Both Freedom to Practise (2004) and the 2007 companion volume Freedom to Practise Volume II together at a special online price. Freedom to Practise has received excellent reviews in several journals. For more details look at the individual product pages for each book (click on the titles below):
Freedom to Practise
Freedom to Practise Volume II
This second volume of writings on the broad theme of Person-Centred approaches to supervision both develops Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall's philosophical stance on supervision practice and introduces new perspectives from across the spectrum of Person-Centred thinking ... this companion to the first volume has provided a rich source of materials (along with its references to a vast array of related writing) stimulating debate and creative thinking about what supervision is, and can be. Although some of the arguments presented would require a deeper knowledge of Person-Centred theory to fully appreciate, much of the material and certainly the overriding philosophical stance I think would be of interest to anyone working in a supervisory or mentoring role with practitioners in the 'helping' professions. Marian Kavanagh, Senior Lecturer in Counselling, University of Cumbria in BJGC 37(2) 2009.