Working with Difference and Diversity in Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Rose Cameron - University of Edinburgh, UK
Counselling Skills | Counselling Skills | Counselling and Psychotherapy (General)
This book guides you through the complexities of working with difference and diversity in counselling and psychotherapy. It introduces you to contemporary thinking on the construction of difference, social identity and culture, and applies the theory to therapy practice. With reflective exercises and case examples, it will help you to work more confidently and sensitively with difference.
Rose Cameron is a practitioner and a trainer in counselling and psychotherapy. She is currently a Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
Each chapter points us towards how difference and diversity in the therapy room can challenge us to be better therapists. The author does not lecture but makes us aware of ourselves in relation to ourselves, social history, the client’s self and the space in the therapy room where differences sit. This short book is not a quick read; nor is it of small impact. It is without doubt one to revisit and be refreshed by when needed.
A fantastic book. My students love it.
Really useful exploration of working with difference and diversity for trainee and experienced counsellors alike
A very good book which covers a wide range of topics with regards to diversity in therapeutic practice. The case discussions are very relevant and clearly link to the theory presented. The content seems contemporary.
Good challenging text
Sample Materials & Chapters
Sample Chapter - The Social Construction of Difference: Race, Ethnicity, Nationa