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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Self Awareness and Personal Development

Resources for Psychotherapists and Counsellors

ISBN 9780230240186
Publication Date December 2011
Formats Paperback Ebook 
Publisher Palgrave

In counselling and psychotherapy, the professional's self understanding strongly governs the healing potential of the therapeutic relationship.Grounded in humanistic, psychodynamic and integrative thinking and full of insightful real-life examples, it offers the reader many pathways to better self understanding.

CHRIS ROSE is a psychotherapist, supervisor and consultant working in private practice and higher education. She has extensive experience in counselling and psychotherapy training as a teacher, group facilitator and course director. She is author of The Personal Development Group: The Students' Guide and is a regular to Therapy Today.

Self Awareness in Psychotherapy and Counselling; C.Rose
Thinking about the Self; C.Rose & R.Worsley
Developing through Relationships with Others; C.Rose
Developing through Conversations; C.Rose
Developing through the Written Word; C.Hall
Developing through Music; A.Harrison
Developing through Visual Imagery; E.Ashby
Developing through Embodiment and Movement; T.Warnecke
Developing through the Natural Environment; T.Bray
Developing through Transcendence; R.Worsley
Developing through This Book; C.Rose


This is an elegant resource book on self-awareness and personal development...encourages mindfulness about our own process and shows how much we still have to learn about ourselves.' -Julia Greer, Therapy Today
'...a delightful book which seeks to provide resources and support to therapists who are engaged in the process of becoming more self-aware as part of their personal development...I would certainly recommend the book to both qualified therapists and trainees as well as to other professionals and friends. Having read it I would also dip back into it again in the future.' - Dr Tina Griffiths, The Journal of Psychological Therapies in Primary Care
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