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.
‘News and Research’ Articles at Counselling Resource, Page 2
Articles and reviews covering news and research include studies into the effectiveness or efficacy of different therapeutic approaches, and the etiology or treatment of specific forms of mental distress.
This list is sorted alphabetically.
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.
This is a rigorous scholarly text dedicated to a very real social problem, and it does try to identify successful and unsuccessful community and state-wide attempts to prevent or reduce youth problems. It doesn’t pretend to be a self-help book or parenting manual, or indeed a profound philosophical or political analysis.
For over four decades, the message from psychotherapy outcome research has been getting clearer: the theories and techniques of professional therapy have very little to do with therapeutic success.
Medical News Today covers a wide range of health topics, and we feature a selection of those specifically in mental health.
The latest news headlines in the fields of psychology and mental health from around the world…
The basic conceptualisation of human experience offered by this book is that distress arises from our relationship with our own internal experience. The remedy goes beyond (and could be seen as contrary to) the traditional cognitive therapy approach of disentangling the client from the thoughts, questioning them and replacing them with more realistic and helpful ones.