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Transpersonal Psychotherapy



January 2000 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`This is an enriching book for readers interested in unconscious psychological processes and who have a predilection for psychotherapy which interfaces psychology, philosophy and spirituality' - Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy

Transpersonal Psychotherapy recognizes levels of experience that take us beyond our usual sense of self, limited by the content of our personality. Whilst facilitating the emergence of self, it also actively encourages an exploration of transpersonal experience as an integral part of the individuation process.

The major work proves a thorough and accessible introduction for students of psychotherapy ad interested others.

Nigel Wellings and Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
Beginning the Work
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
The Therapeutic Relationship
Claire Chappell
Once upon a Time a…Stories, Beliefs and Myths
Nigel Wellings
The Wound
Stephen Friedrich
Images of Liminality in the Masculine
Valerie Coumont Graubart
Changes and Transitions
Ann Shearer
Masculinities and Femininities, Women and Men
Barbara Somers with Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
Dreaming in Depth
Nigel Wellings
Naked Presence
Specific Techniques

 

The book provides some useful information from different authors on the value and importance of developing an effective therapeutic alliance.

Mr Mark Hartshorn
Health , Adult Education Centre
September 27, 2016

The contents of this book are relevant for both undergraduate and postgraduate study into the Transpersonal approach. This would be a useful resource for those interested in, studying or teaching various approaches to counselling/psychotherapy. The specific techniques suggested in chapter 10 are well explained and would be easily integrated into professional practice.

Ms Victoria Louise Booth
H.E Care, Grimsby Institute of HE & FE
October 17, 2015

very good guide to understanding the transpersonal in therapy

Mr Gerry O'Riordan
Department of Counselling, Chichester University
September 2, 2015

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