This groundbreaking book takes a humanistic – person-centred and experiential – approach to counselling the most commonly presenting client issue: depression. For the first time, it establishes humanistic counselling as an evidence-based psychological intervention.
- Evidence-based practice and person-centred and experiential therapies
- The Counselling for Depression (CfD) competence framework
- The CfD therapeutic stance
- Working briefly
- In-depth case studies illustrating CfD in practice
- Training, supervision and research.
The book is vital reading for those taking CfD training or a broader counselling and psychotherapy course, and for researchers and NHS workers wishing to enhance their practice.