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John McLeod & Mick Cooper

In: The Beginner’s Guide to Counselling & Psychotherapy

Chapter 24: Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
John McLeodMick Cooper
Introduction

Pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy is an approach to working with clients which recognises that different people make use of therapy in different ways, and for different purposes. At the heart of a pluralistic perspective on therapy is the aim of working collaboratively with the client to find out what is most helpful for that individual at that point in his or her life. Pluralistic values and methods are relevant for all counsellors, psychotherapists, counselling psychologists and other practitioners (e.g. GPs, nurses, teachers, social workers) who make use of counselling skills in their jobs, regardless of the theoretical ideas that they espouse, or the settings within which they work. Pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy is an integrative ...

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