Professor of Counseling Psychology Mick Cooper discusses the importance of 'here and now' in the counseling setting. Cooper explains the importance of focusing on what's going on between therapist and the client in the immediate moment and how to discuss the client's experience of the therapist in a beneficial way.
Bringing things into the here and now
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C., R. (Speakers). (2015). Bringing things into the here and now [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473928428
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