Chris Scalzo

Chris Scalzo is a UKCP registered existential psychotherapist. He currently works full-time for the National Health Service as a therapist and clinical supervisor and is part of a county-wide specialist Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS). He has previously lectured and taught post-MA psychologists in training on Existential Psychotherapy & Counselling, and has previously published philosophically based articles in the journal Existential Analysis. He has worked as a therapist with children and families across a wide range of settings and in his present role provides extensive training and specialized consultation to professionals from Health, Social Care, Education and the Voluntary sector. He is particularly interested in working with existential challenges faced by children living with physical and learning disabilities and their families, and direct work in special needs school constitutes a large part of his practice.

Therapy with Children: An Existential Perspective

Therapy with Children: An Existential Perspective

by Chris Scalzo

  • Paperback £28.99

This book explores the existential themes and challenges present in all therapeutic relationships when working with children. Existential ideas and concepts are a rapidly growing influence on the... (more)

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