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In Paise of the First Edition `In Britain, few people can have contributed more to the development of a personal construct approach than Fay Fransella and Peggy Dalton... Their book is primarily written for those who may wish to incorporate Kelly's ideas into their existing counselling framework... This is an informative book which is concise, well-written and with no shortage of clinical examples, relevant to all who are interested in counselling and psychotherapy' - British Journal of Psychology The revised and updated edition of this practical, accessible book gives a clear introduction to personal construct counselling for counselling trainees and practitioners alike.

Ending and Evaluating the Process of Personal Construct Counselling – and Beyond
Ending and evaluating the process of personal construct counselling – and beyond

In Chapter 2 we describe in some detail how the personal construct counsellor prepares for the beginning of a series of meetings. We consider her aims in relation to understanding what the client brings and the client's expectations of the experience. The ending of a period of counselling needs as much, if not more, careful preparation. As at all stages, we need to make predictions about this important part of the process, to ensure that clients are aware of the implications of moving on and able to take into the future the changes in construing which have helped them to overcome current ...

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