While suffering somewhat from a lack of focus on the book’s intended themes, the individual contributions in this edited collection of 16 chapters nonetheless make worthwhile reading in and of themselves. (Review originally published in 2003.)
Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor’s Articles in the CounsellingResource.com Library, Page 8
Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor has published the following articles in the CounsellingResource.com Library.
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With myriad combinations of types, locations, frequencies and costs for counselling, how do you even begin trying to find a counsellor or therapist? This section helps to answer that question, while the page “Selecting a Counsellor or Therapist” helps in the job of evaluating individual counsellors.
One of the most prevalent forms of psychological distress, depression touches millions of lives across the world.
Minor complaints aside, ‘Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy’ offers a solid contribution to the literature on how technology in three specific areas has been used in counselling and psychotherapy.
This book provides an excellent overview of the primary theoretical approaches to counselling and psychotherapy as practised in the United Kingdom. Covering history, theory, primary client set and strengths and weaknesses for each of thirteen different approaches, the book makes an excellent starting point for exploring different schools of thought in more detail.
Regarded as the textbook of research on the effectiveness of counselling and psychotherapy, this volume is a favourite of practitioners who approach their work in an empirical spirit. While tracing research developments gradually as individual papers appear remains an important part of being well-informed about the field, the reviews and meta-analyses offered in this massive volume provide a very efficient entree into the research literature and a simple way of understanding the primary themes and tentative conclusions emerging from empirical research across the world.
As described in our article on basic backup strategy for your private practice and our case study in backup strategy, an external hard drive provides an attractive storage medium for fast, secure, and reliable backups. We take a look at two leading contenders for external backups: the LaCie d2 and the Maxtor One Touch II. Although similar in many ways, each drive offers particular features that make it more suitable for particular groups of users.