Building Bridges for Wellness through Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Building Bridges for Wellness through Counselling and Psychotherapy (CDCP publication in Critical Multicultural and Diversity Counselling & Psychotherapy Series) Diversity and multicultural issues have become central preoccupations for psychotherapists and counselling psychologists. In this book issues of culture, Identity, trauma, spirituality, psychopathology, and many other critical aspects of counselling psychology and psychotherapy theory, practice and research are explored, and in some cases illustrated with client case studies. All the chapters highlight the intersections; overlaps and integration with counselling, psychology and psychotherapy; enhancing the process of therapy and making it more relevant to individuals, families, and groups in our increasingly multilayered society. Building Bridges for Wellness through Counselling and Psychotherapy explores the theory, research and practice of healing through the following themes: Therapeutic Approaches to Wellness Psycho-Social Interventions in Therapy Women’s Issues in Therapy Stress, Depression and Cross-Cultural Wellness Traditional Healing and Spiritual Therapeutics This book brings together an international group of scholars, researchers and practitioners who attempt to build bridges for wellness by articulating new ways of thinking about an integrated approach to health and mental health care. This will be an essential book for students of clinical and counselling psychology: but will also be a critical reference text for psychologists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other health and mental health professionals. The Second Edition has been published primarily for students and teachers. In every chapter, descriptive, analytical and reflective exercises have been included.

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By Dr Glenn C. Kharkongor (Author)

Diversity and multicultural issues have become central preoccupations for psychotherapists and counselling psychologists. In this book issues of culture, Identity, trauma, spirituality, psychopathology, and many other critical aspects of counselling psychology and psychotherapy theory, practice and research are explored, and in some cases illustrated with client case studies. All the chapters highlight the intersections; overlaps and integration with counselling, psychology and psychotherapy; enhancing the process of therapy and making it more relevant to individuals, families, and groups in our increasingly multi-layered society.

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