The Experiential Counselling Primer
ISBN 978 1 898059 83 7 (2008)
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The new Counselling Primer series from PCCS Books, supplementary to the bestselling Steps in Counselling series, is suitable for both beginners and higher level students who want a succinct boost to their knowledge of a particular area. Beginners will find the style companionable and reassuring, while more advanced readers will appreciate the incisive and authoritative writing with pointers for further reading and resources. Trainers will find the series a dependable learning aid.
Counselling Primers bridge the gap between introductory, intermediate and diploma level courses, each book providing a concise overview of a particular counselling approach. Each Counselling Primer will be a perfect essay resource or a springboard for further study.
A series of 8 books including:
• Person-Centered • Experiential •Existential •Intergrative •Focusing-Oriented •Psychodynamic •Contact Work
1. The place of experiential therapy in the person-centred approach
2. The Wisconsin project
3. Process work
4. Process-experiential psychotherapy
5. Germain Lietaer
6. Examples of experiential person-centred work
7. Other aspects of the experiential dimension
8. Experiential therapy in action: the essence
10. Research into experiential therapy
Appendix: Resources for learning
This volume is a very welcome addition to PCCS Books' series of 'Counselling Primers'. It confines itself to the varieties of experiential therapy that live within the broad person-centred tradition ... Nick Baker has covered a wide range of ideas in a short book, and has succeeded in producing an overall perspective that should be very useful for students and others who wish to explore further this rather neglected area of person-centred therapy ... I think this is a valuable book in that it will broaden students' appreciation of the variety and complexity present in the person-centred tradition. Campbell Purton, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Counselling Studies, University of East Anglia. In BJGC 37(3) 2009.