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  1. Treating the Trauma Survivor

    An Essential Guide to Trauma-Informed Care

    By Carrie Clark, Catherine C. Classen, Anne Fourt, Maithili Shetty

    Treating the Trauma Survivor is a practical guide to assist mental health, health care, and social service providers in providing trauma-informed care. This resource provides essential information in order to understand the impacts of trauma by summarizing key literature in an easily accessible and...

    Published October 10th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Mindfulness for Therapists

    Practice for the Heart

    By Eric E. McCollum

    Mindfulness for Therapists: Practice for the Heart encourages therapists to embrace mindfulness practice to create presence and depth in their work with clients. Mindfulness helps therapists cultivate compassion, relieve stress, and weather the often emotionally difficult work of providing therapy....

    Published September 11th 2014 by Routledge

  3. Forgiveness and Reconciliation

    Theory and Application

    By Everett L. Worthington, Jr.

    To be unforgiving is harmful. The inability to come to terms with one’s anger or strife often can lead to stress disorders, mental health disorders, and relationship problems. Forgiveness is a personal decision. Forgiveness and Reconciliation focuses on individual experiences with forgiveness,...

    Published September 10th 2014 by Routledge

  4. Supervising the Counsellor and Psychotherapist

    A cyclical model, 3rd Edition

    By Steve Page, Val Wosket

    Supervising the Counsellor and Psychotherapist considers how to meet the supervision needs of trainee and experienced counsellors, psychotherapists and other helping professionals using an integrative approach that will appeal to practitioners from a broad range of backgrounds and theoretical...

    Published July 13th 2014 by Routledge

  5. The Age of Melancholy

    "Major Depression" and its Social Origin

    By Dan G. Blazer

    Depression has become the most frequently diagnosed chronic mental illness, and is a disability encountered almost daily by mental health professionals of all trades. "Major Depression" is a medical disease, which some would argue has reached epidemic proportions in contemporary society, and it...

    Published June 8th 2014 by Routledge

  6. Community and In-Home Behavioral Health Treatment

    By Lynne Rice Westbrook

    Learn how you can cut down on rapport-building time, make your services accessible to more people, and put your consumers at ease during treatment by offering in-home and natural community-based behavioral health services. This book examines the impact that the environment can have on the comfort...

    Published June 1st 2014 by Routledge

  7. On Becoming a Psychotherapist

    Edited by Windy Dryden, Laurence Spurling

    Series: Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions

    Why do people want to become a psychotherapist? How do they translate this desire into reality? On Becoming a Psychotherapist explores these and related questions. Ten leading therapists write about their profession and their careers, examining how and why they became psychotherapists. The...

    Published March 5th 2014 by Routledge

  8. What You Really Need to Know about Counselling and Psychotherapy Training

    An essential guide

    By Cathy McQuaid

    Becoming a counsellor or psychotherapist is a transformative and life-changing experience. Some trainees manage this process well, while others struggle to come to terms with the personal impact of their training. In What You Really Need to Know about Counselling and Psychotherapy Training, Cathy...

    Published February 17th 2014 by Routledge

  9. Competence and Self-Care in Counselling and Psychotherapy

    By Gerrie Hughes

    What is it that makes a counsellor or psychotherapist competent? In Competence and Self-Care in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Gerrie Hughes offers a framework for understanding what being competent means for individual practitioners, both generally and in moment-by-moment work with clients....

    Published February 17th 2014 by Routledge

  10. Principles of Counseling and Psychotherapy

    Learning the Essential Domains and Nonlinear Thinking of Master Practitioners, 2nd Edition

    By Gerald J. Mozdzierz, Paul R. Peluso, Joseph Lisiecki

    Research has shown that the most effective way to prepare students for practice with real clients is to learn to think in a new way rather than simply learning and using a set of steps. While there is much to be learned from what master practitioners do in their sessions, there is even more...

    Published January 13th 2014 by Routledge