• Person-Centred Therapy Theory and Practice in the 21st Century

Person-Centred Therapy Theory and Practice in the 21st Century

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ISBN 978 1 906254 68 1 (2013)
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The aims of this booklet are: 

  • to provide a brief introduction to person-centred therapy theory, both for beginners and for those who have a passing understanding, but might have dismissed it as out-dated, simplistic or irrelevant
  • to explain the radical nature of person-centred therapy whilst demonstrating its relevance in 21st century mental health care
  • to point to the growing evidence base for person-centred therapy
  • to provide further information and contacts for those interested in the approach

The booklet may also be useful to practitioners who wish to provide information about their work to colleagues, service managers and service purchasers/providers.


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Person-centred psychology

What's in a name? Will the real person-centerd therapy please stand up

Personality, order and distress


Change Theory

Power, influence and coercion

Person-centred therapy in the 21st century

Research evidence for person-centred therapy

A summary comparison to position-centred psychology


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Pete Sanders

Pete Sanders spent over 30 years practising as a counsellor, educator and clinical supervisor. He has written, co-written and edited numerous books, chapters and papers on many aspects of counselling, psychotherapy and mental health. He continues to have active interest in developing person-centred theory, the politics of counselling and psychotherapy, and the demedicalisation of distress. He has given keynote addresses at several UK and European conferences and also offers workshops in a few areas that continue to interest him. He is a pre-therapy/contact work trainer and trustee of the Soteria Network UK.  Follow Pete Sanders at http://twitter.com/@PeteSanders51

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