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A book to demystify the practice of therapy. Part One strips down the 'engine' of therapy to examine the component parts and how they interact, then goes on to explore the source of all struggle and suffering. Part Two is a demonstration by means of the author's own story as a client, interspersed with insights from her perspective as therapist.
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'You're going to be my father, lover, brother, friend.'
'I wish all my clients knew that,' replied Sam.
Appreciation at last. Special.
'I know I'm going to try and seduce you,' I announced a few weeks later.
'Then let's make a deal, that we don't have sex.'
We shook hands and smiled at eachother.
Then my campaign began.
All relationships carry risk. In a therapeutic relationship the client is, by nature, vulnerable. Will the therapist be trustworthy? How can anyone tell? What laws, if any can safeguard both parties and promote creative and pioneering practice?About the Author:
Jane Barclay practises as a Therapeutic Counsellor. She is a member of the Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (AHPP). Her writing is informed by her experiences as therapist and as client.
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