With more than one hundred pages of annotated entries covering books and journal articles, our popular mental health research library has been freshly updated and re-organised and now has a new home at CounsellingBooks.com.
Our annotated bibliography has been a mainstay of CounsellingResource.com since the site came into existence, but having been growing regularly for more than half a decade, it was also becoming a bit unwieldy. So now we’ve finally updated and re-organised the entries to make it easier than ever to find what you’re after — and spun it off into an entirely new site at CounsellingBooks.com.
So if you’re trying to find a classic book or article, have a look and let us know what you think! Google is still trying to catch up with indexing all the new content, so the new site’s search facility may not cover everything that’s available quite yet, but still we hope you’ll give it a whirl, and just browse through the hierarchy instead if it doesn’t give you what you’re after.
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