Our self-help articles on topics like relationship problems, understanding depression, and personality disorders offer background information that might help you decide what to do next.
‘Overviews & Guides’ Articles at Counselling Resource, Page 3
Articles and book reviews in our overviews & guides reviews section offer an introduction or broad perspective to particular areas of counselling and psychotherapy.
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Ostensibly, Project Psychology is all about applying psychological understanding and techniques in the course of project management and change management. Just don’t expect to learn very much about how exactly to do that.
We provide professional Spanish translations of some of our self-help articles, with special thanks to translator Mariana Barrancos.
Written by four luminaries of the mindfulness movement in psychotherapy and counselling, The Mindful Way through Depression is a self-help book in the best sense of the term, and you don’t need to suffer from depression to find it useful.
I admit to becoming a little jaded by the steady supply of relatively lightweight ‘professional’ books in counselling and psychology. Here’s a remedy. The Oxford Handbook of Stress, Health, and Coping is a heavyweight. This volume is exceptional in both its breadth and its depth.
This is an impressive and very wide ranging introduction to the Person Centred Approach. It not only introduces the approach but adds new dimensions to the theory and new extensions of it into practice, reaching well beyond the counselling room walls.
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