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The Existential Counselling Primer (second edition) : A concise introduction, Paperback / softback Book

The Existential Counselling Primer (second edition) : A concise introduction Paperback / softback

Part of the The Primers in Counselling Series series

Paperback / softback


Part of the PCCS Books bestselling Primers in Counselling series, The Existential Counselling Primer is a concise summary of the philosophical origins of existentialist therapy, existentialist understandings of what it is to be human, and how both inform the theory and practice of existential counselling.

It ends with a case study to demonstrate what the approach might look like in practice and includes a helpful glossary of key terms and terminology.

The PCCS Books primers offer students concise, accessible descriptions of the key counselling approaches in widespread use today.

The series is ideal for students needing texts that provide a bridge between introductory, intermediate and diploma courses or easily digested summaries of the different approaches for comparative essays and integrative theory assignments.

The books are perfect supplements to the Steps in Counselling series to accompany students as they progress through training.

They are also a helpful for qualified counsellors considering expanding their repertoire of skills.

In this revised second edition, Mick Cooper has updated the references to incorporate important additions to the literature and added to some sections to reflect developments in thinking and practice.




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