Richard House

Richard House Ph.D. is Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy, Counselling and Counselling Psychology at Roehampton University's Research Centre for Therapeutic Education (RCTE), and a trained Steiner Kindergarten and Class Teacher.

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Childhood, Well-Being and a Therapeutic Ethos

Childhood, Well-Being and a Therapeutic Ethos

by Richard House, Del Loewenthal

  • Paperback £5.99 (RRP : £32.99 save £27.00)

A key theme of this book is that we urgently need a therapeutic ethos in order to bring both educational and therapeutic sensibilities to bear on the issue of children's wellbeing, if truly effective... (more)

Critically Engaging CBT

Critically Engaging CBT

Edited by Del Loewenthal, Richard House

  • Paperback £28.99

In recent years, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) has become an increasingly popular therapy and is now widely recommended by GPs and a range of other health professionals. Part of CBT's appeal lies... (more)

In, Against and Beyond Therapy: Critical Essays Towards a Post-Professional Era

In, Against and Beyond Therapy: Critical Essays Towards a Post-Professional Era

by Richard House

  • Paperback £24.00

Explores some of the political, psychological and spiritual territory of working with the human condition. Collects together a series of devastating critiques examining the arguments around... (more)

Humanistic Psychology: Current Trends and Future Prospects

Humanistic Psychology: Current Trends and Future Prospects

Edited by Richard House, David Kalisch

  • Paperback £36.99

This book provides a thought-provoking examination of the present state and the future of humanistic psychology, showcasing a rich international contributor line-up. The book addresses head-on the... (more)

Therapy Beyond Modernity: Deconstructing and Transcending Profession-Centred Therapy

Therapy Beyond Modernity: Deconstructing and Transcending Profession-Centred Therapy

by Richard House

  • Paperback £38.99

This radical and provocative book challenges the very foundations of therapy itself. In examining the hidden assumptions of therapy, the author poses the question 'Is therapy more concerned with... (more)

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