The Handbook of Brief Therapies
A practical guide
- Sarah Parry - Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Brief Therapy | Counselling and Psychotherapy (General)
Following a comprehensive introduction to the use of brief interventions in therapeutic practice, each chapter provides an introduction to the theoretical underpinnings and evidence-based brief intervention, followed by guidance on how to implement the approaches with useful 'top tips', worksheets and examples from practice through case vignettes illustrating its application.
The Handbook reflects current recommendations and guidelines of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and recommendations of accrediting professional bodies in the UK and US. A must have for any practitioner working to support the wellbeing of others.
Provides an insight into the 'therapeutic relationship' and the range of brief interventions that may be used to tackle particular issues.
This book is a must have for all practitioners and trainees wanting to gain an understand in short term clinical work.
This is a well structured book, clearly written and full of helpful techniques and tips for working in brief therapy. The clinical examples are a good addition giving a good perspective on working short term in different modalities.
Practical and accessible
A delightful book that shows how therapeutic approaches can be implemented within a brief timescale. Each chapter, focusing on a particular approach, is presented in a brief, concise manner as befits the spirit of the project, with useful case studies to illustrate the approach in action.
Great resource and detailed explanations
Handy snippets of a variety of therapies in relation to being used within practice. Particularly like the fact that the book has variety of authors, as well sharing stories from practice.