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Counselling, Class and Politics: Undeclared Influences in Therapy (Paperback)
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Counselling, Class and Politics: Undeclared Influences in Therapy (Paperback)

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Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 01/08/1996
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Everything we do is justified by some ideological set of ieas, and counselling as an activity is no exception to this. I ...suggest that one of the reasons why the ideology of counselling is not always apparent to us is that we cannot easily accept that the activities, beliefs and values of counselling may have consequences for some clients which are other than we intend. In other words, it is diffucult for us as counsellors to believe that the ideology of counselling may lead to justifying the subordination of some clients, when what we intend is exactly the opposite. Anne Kearney, p3, Counselling, Class and Politics

Publisher: PCCS Books
ISBN: 9781898059097
Number of pages: 128
Dimensions: 210 x 140 x 7 mm

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