What's the Good of Counselling & Psychotherapy?: The by Colin Feltham

By Colin Feltham

Sheffield Hallam Univ., united kingdom. Examines the level to which people can realistically be helped in dating problems, borderline character problems, suicidal innovations, and the mental results of abuse in early life. additionally discusses advantages past drawback intervention. Softcover, hardcover additionally to be had.

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Primarily, these have been expressed by survey respondents as the opportunity to obtain more information regarding specific disorders, and in the perceived need for individual counselling or ‘talking therapies’. , 2000). These, and many other important issues in mental health care, will be discussed in much greater detail in the following chapters. Notes 1 The study of the frequency and distribution of mental disorders and psychological distress in a population, or the study of the distribution and determinants of psychological health-related states or events in specified populations.

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