Assessment in Counselling

Theory, Process and Decision-Making

  • Authors
  • Judith Milner
  • Patrick O’Byrne
  • Editors
  • Jo Campling

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 1-18
  3. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 19-41
  4. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 42-61
  5. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 62-82
  6. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 83-102
  7. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 103-119
  8. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 120-134
  9. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 135-153
  10. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 154-171
  11. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 172-190
  12. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 191-206
  13. Judith Milner, Patrick O’Byrne, Jo Campling
    Pages 207-207
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 208-232

About this book

Introduction

Whilst assessment has long been central to the counselling process, with the recent moves towards evidence-based practice and increased regulation it is taking an increasingly pivotal role in service provision. This important new text helps clarify the nature and purpose of assessment in counselling. It explores the theoretical underpinnings of assessment across the core therapeutic schools and addresses critical differences in the meanings and importance deferred to it. It will be invaluable reading for all trainees as well as for practitioners wishing to gain a broad insight into therapeutic practice across the boundaries of the many therapeutic models.

Keywords

assessment counseling Evidence-Based Practice Therapeut transactional analysis

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