‘Compelling reading.... I liked this book. It is intelligent, thought-provoking, occasionally funny and a delight to read. I warmed to the author's passion for the work of Carl Rogers.... All Relate counsellors will find something of value — even the strict psychodynamic practitioners’ — Relate News. ‘The author deserves congratualtions on his easy, readable style. This will ensure that the book will be read, rather than simply browsed by many’ — Sexual and Relationship Therapy. ‘Provides a very good introduction for counsellors in working with families.’ — British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.
- Chapter 1: Relational Counselling and the Person-Centred Approach
- Chapter 2: Why Do Counsellors Stay Away from Relational Counselling?
- Chapter 3: Themes in Family Therapy
- Chapter 4: Relational Counselling and the Six Core Conditions of the Person-Centred Approach
- Chapter 5: Preparation for Relational Therapy
- Chapter 6: Getting Started
- Chapter 7: In the Middle of Relational Counselling
- Chapter 8: Ending Relational Counselling
- Chapter 9: Couples Counselling
- Chapter 10: One Family's Experience