Michael Pokorny

Michael Pokorny is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and psychotherapist who was previously in private practice in London for thirty-one years. He led the formation of the UK Council for Psychotherapy and the launch of the National Register of Psychotherapists. He has published on a number of topics including theoretical, political and ethical papers, co-authored The Handbook of Psychotherapy. He has been an editorial advisor to the British Journal of Psychotherapy since it began in 1985.

The Handbook of Psychotherapy

The Handbook of Psychotherapy

Edited by Petruska Clarkson, Michael Pokorny

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Under five main headings of nature of psychotherapy, its culture, modalities, settings and issues, this handbook is a suitable reference for all health professionals and general readers. 541 pages. (more)

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