Das Microcounseling-Modell von Ivey

  • Bernd-Joachim ErteltEmail author
  • William E. Schulz


Es würde viel zu weit gehen, in diesem Kapitel alle Beiträge Iveys auf dem Gebiet der Theorieeinbindung und der multikulturellen Beratung aufzählen zu wollen. Wir haben uns entschieden, nur die fünf Auflagen von „Counseling and Psychotherapy“ (Ivey und Simek-Downing 1980; Ivey et al. 1987; Ivey et al. 1993; Ivey et al. 1997; Ivey et al. 2002) näher zu betrachten.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FriedelsheimDeutschland
  2. 2.WinnipegKanada

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