Individual Therapy in Britain - DRYDEN, WindyHarper & Row, 1984, Paperback.
Condition: Good+. A little rubbed at the edges of the wraps, upper wrap creased at gutter. Text bright and tight.
This is the first book that presents a comprehensive overview of the major approaches to individual therapy, written by British therapists for a British readership. Each contributor - a leading exponent of the therapeutic approach he or she adopts -places the approach in its historical context, outlines its major theoretical assumptions and sets out its mode of practise. A case example is provided to illustrate each approach in action. A comparative analysis of the different approaches is made and their limitations are outlined. Three chapters cover the important topic of eclecticism in individual therapy. Size: Other / Oversized Paperback. 434pp. Index.