This series presents unparalleled, comprehensive descriptions of key counselling approaches in the twenty-first century. It is ideal for students requiring a theory bridge between introductory, intermediate and diploma courses or focused input for comparative essays and integrative theory assignments. Individual volumes are perfect supplements to the "Steps in Counselling" series as students progress in their training. "The Psychodynamic Counselling Primer" sets new standards as a succinct guide to psychodynamic theory and practice for everyone wanting an authoritative synopsis.
Publisher: PCCS Books
Number of pages: 123
Weight: 142 g
Dimensions: 196 x 130 x 10 mm
Clearly, given that this book has 123 pages, it is not meant as an in-depth study of psychoanalysis, but rather as a brief presentation that would be suitable as an introduction to Freudian concepts. As such, Klein does this brilliantly. Marcia E Ring, Clinical Specialist, Psychiatry/Mental Health, Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, 2007.