Working with goals in psychotherapy and counselling is a philosophically grounded research informed practical text that will make you think differently about the use and importance of goals in therapeutic work no matter what therapeutic approach you are trained in there is something in this book for you. Working with goals in psychotherapy and counselling edited by mick cooper and duncan law uses practical examples to illustrate guidance contains up to date research evidence includes service user case studies written by working clinicians draws on literature theory and philosophy teaching readers how these can be applied in practice. With examples from cognitive behaviour therapy psychodynamic therapy humanistic therapy interpersonal therapy and systemic therapy working with goals in counselling and psychotherapy truly is the definitive guide for therapists seeking to work with goals in any of the psychological therapies. Goal setting and goal tracking can help to ensure that therapy is personalised to the individual client so that they are working towards objectives that are of genuine importance to them the different motivations for seeking and offering counselling and psychotherapy link with the debate around the use and usefulness of goals in therapy. Working with goals in counselling and psychotherapy provides a detailed guide to using goals in clinical practice and the empirical and theoretical foundations for this work the book is aimed at psychologists psychotherapists and counsellors of all orientations both in training and in practice who work with adults and or with children
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