The therapeutic use of self: Counselling practice, research and supervision
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The book describes how counsellors and psychotherapists can foster the growth of their own unique helping potential. It shows the value of therapist failure and how the experience can be used positively, covers the area of breaking the rules of counselling and working beyond the accepted boundaries of counselling. It should act as a spur to counsellors to acknowledge, develop and value their own unique contribution to the counselling profession. 254 pages.
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