Nicola Neath

Nicola Neath graduated from York University in English and Philosophy in 1991 and began training as a psychotherapist in 2006, and she has been working with Universities since then. Neath started as a trainee psychotherapist with a Student Counselling Service on a trainee placement, and remained with this service over five years while becoming accredited. She developed her own private practice, counselling, training and coaching with The Baobab Centre, working with various large public and smaller private organisations. This work deepened her skills and a separate opportunity arose to work with an internal Staff Counselling and Psychological Support Service in 2011. This was a chance to synthesise all that she had learnt so far and to build upon her experiences. Neath was supported by the head of the service Sally Rose who suggested she might be interested in the work of McCluskey.

To Be Met as a Person at Work: The Effect of Early Attachment Experiences on Work Relationships

To Be Met as a Person at Work: The Effect of Early Attachment Experiences on Work Relationships

by Nicola Neath, Una McCluskey

  • Paperback £20.65 (RRP : £26.99 save £6.34)

This book provides an account of how the 'Theory of Attachment-Based Exploratory Interest Sharing' (TABEIS) and the practice of Goal Corrected Empathic Attunement (GCEA) was used in a university... (more)

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