Excerpt from An A-Z of Counselling Theory and Practice

LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR 5TH EDITION

Subjects new to the 5th edition and subjects that have been moved are indicated herein.

  • ‘A’ type personality 1
  • Addiction counselling New 5
  • Advice 14
  • Analytical psychology 16
  • Anger and aggression 21
  • Anxiety 26
  • Anxiety disorders New 34
  • Assertiveness 38
  • Attachment and bonding 42
  • Biblical roots of counselling 45
  • Bibliotherapy 48
  • Body-image 50
  • Brief therapy and solution-focused therapy 55
  • Burnout 57
  • Career and vocational counselling New 61
  • Child abuse and incest 64
  • Coaching New 71
  • Co-dependence 75
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy New 80
  • Communication modes of Virginia Satir 84
  • Compliance 86 Contract 87
  • Counselling ethics and dilemmas 89
  • Counselling skills New 92
  • Core conditions 108
  • Counselling young people New 113
  • Creativity 117
  • Defence mechanisms 122
  • Definition of counselling 127
  • Depression 129
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) New 138
  • Dissociative identity disorder New 140
  • Eating disorders 143
  • Eclectic and integrative counselling 155
  • Emotional freedom techniques (EFT) 158
  • Euthanasia 160
  • Existential therapy 162
  • Family therapy 167
  • Femininity/masculinity 175
  • Feminist Therapy 178
  • Frames of reference 182
  • Free association 185
  • Gestalt counselling 187
  • Goals and goal-setting 193
  • Grief and bereavement counselling 200
  • Groups 210
  • Guilt and shame 214
  • Hierarchy of human needs 220
  • Humanistic psychology 220
  • HIV Counselling New 222
  • Hypnotherapy 224
  • Imagery 228
  • Image relationship therapy (IRT) New 232
  • Immediacy (here and now) Moved 239
  • Incest Moved 000 AQ1
  • Individual psychology 234
  • Infertility counselling 241
  • Intensive journal method New 249
  • Interpersonal theory and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) New 252
  • Intimacy 254
  • Klein, Melanie (1881–1960) 257
  • Labelling 262
  • Left/right brain 265
  • Lifespan psychology 271
  • Listening (beliefs about) 272
  • Locus of control New 273
  • Logotherapy 277
  • Mediation and negotiation 281
  • Mentoring New 285
  • Motivational interviewing New 287
  • Multicultural counselling 289
  • Multimodal therapy New 291
  • Myers-Briggs type indicator 295
  • Narrative therapy New 304
  • Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) 305
  • Owning the problem 309
  • Pastoral counselling 312
  • Personality and personality disorders 320
  • Person-centred counselling 324
  • Person-centred attitudes 328
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder 334
  • Primal therapy New 340
  • Problem-solving 341
  • Psyche 345
  • Psychic pain 347
  • Psychoanalysis 348
  • Psychodrama 357
  • Psychodynamic counselling 360
  • Psychosynthesis 362
  • Rape counselling 368
  • Rational emotive behaviour therapy 372
  • Reality therapy 381
  • Record keeping 386
  • Redundancy counselling 388
  • Referring a client 391
  • Relationship principles 394
  • Relaxation therapy 406
  • Resistance in therapy 408
  • Retirement counselling 411
  • Schema therapy New 415
  • Self concepts 417
  • Self-counselling 424
  • Self-disclosure 432
  • Self-harm New 437
  • Sex therapy 441
  • Sexual harassment and stalking 450
  • Understanding sleep disorders New 459
  • Stress management 467
  • Suicide 472
  • Supervision 476
  • Transactional analysis 480
  • Transference and counter-transference 490
  • Transpersonal psychology 499
  • Values 503
  • Wounded healer 505

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