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- DescriptionBrings together the powerful forces of feminist and person-centred theories ot offer a dynamic alternative that is based on principles of mutual relationships, genuineness and respect.
- Author BiographyDr. Gillian Proctor is an independent Clinical psychologist and person-centred psychotherapist, offering individual therapy and supervision. She is an assistant professor in counselling at the University of Nottingham, providing Counselling for Depression courses to NHS counsellors. She is also an associate lecturer at Huddersfield university and a research supervisor at several other institutions. She has a particular interest in ethics, politics and power and the importance for counselling of the insights from sociology and philosophy to broaden and deepen our understandings of relationships and ethics. Her latest book is 'Values and ethics in counselling and psychotherapy' (2013) published by Sage.I am a clinical psychologist, supervisor of therapy students, teacher and conduct neuropsychological assessments. In each of these areas, feminism and client-centered principles guide my actions and attitudes towards others. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to add writer and editor to the list of activities that give me life. In previous years I have been a campus, youth and music minister and a spirited camp counselor. All of these activities have taught me to listen carefully, to love passionately and to work diligently to create connections between people and between ideas.
- PublisherPCCS Books
- Date of Publication31/07/2004
- GenrePsychiatry & Clinical Psychology: Professional
- Place of PublicationManchester
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintPCCS Books
- Height234 mm
- Edited byGillian Proctor,Mary Beth Napier
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