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Freedom to Practise By Keith Tudor

Freedom to Practise

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An addition to the resources available to superviors of various theoretical orientations, examining person-centred approaches to supervision.

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Freedom to Practise: v. 2: Developing Person-centred Approaches to Supervision by Keith Tudor

This book is the follow-up to the acclaimed "Freedom to Practice", also edited by Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall. As the subtitle suggests, it develops the groundbreaking work in person-centred approaches to supervision begun by the first volume. It will be a welcome addition to the resources available to superviors of all theoretical orientations.

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About Keith Tudor

Keith Tudor has worked for 25 years in the helping professions in a number of settings. He is a qualified and registered psychotherapist and was in private/independent practice in Sheffield offering therapy, supervision and consultancy. In 1993 he co-founded Temenos, an independent training organisation, which runs courses in person-centred psychotherapy and counselling, and supervision. In 2009 he moved to the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is a widely published author in the field of psychotherapy and counselling, and mental health and has now published six books. Mike Worrall read English at Oxford, worked for the Probation Service and trained in the person-centred approach at The Metanoia Institute in London. He works in independent practice in Oxford, and is an occasional trainer at Temenos in Sheffield.

Table of Contents

Part One--ProcessChapter 1 Choosing a Supervisor Carolin Friederike HerwigChapter 2 Supervision as Maieutic Process: The birthing of insight Louise Embleton Tudor and Mike WorrallChapter 3 Responsibilities in Supervision Keith TudorChapter 4 Using Appreciative Inquiry in Person-centred Supervision Julie BarnesPart Two--TraditionsChapter 5 Person-centred Expressive Supervision Jenny BellChapter 6 Student-centered Supervision for Pre-Therapy Garry Prouty and Dion Van WerdePart Three--FormChapter 7 Group Supervision Keith TudorChapter 8 E-mail Supervision Colin Lago and Jeannie WrightPart Four--Debates, Developments and DomainsChapter 9 Supervision and Training of 'Rogers-1' and 'Rogers-2' Therapists: Basic concepts and methods Marvin Frankel and Lisbeth SommerbeckChapter 10 Hoops, Hurdles and Thresholds: Supervising therapists through training and qualification Geraldine ThomsonChapter 11 Supervising a Therapist Through a ComplaintWendy TraynorChapter 12 Supervision as Continuing Personal Development Keith Tudor and Mike WorrallChapter 13 Supervision in the Dock? Supervision and the Law Peter JenkinsChapter 14 Supervision of Short-term Therapy Keith TudorChapter 15 Person-centred Supervision Across Theoretical Orientations Mike WorrallPart Five--TrainingChapter 16 Training Supervisors Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall

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Freedom to Practise: v. 2: Developing Person-centred Approaches to Supervision by Keith Tudor
Keith Tudor
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