Hanley, Humphrey, Lennie, Introduction. Part I: Counselling Young People in Context. Hanley, Sefi, Cutts, Lennie, Historical Context. Humphrey, Wolpert, Shorrock, Sefi, Hanley, Different Settings. Humphrey, Lindley, Sapin, Parkinson, Squires, Vostanis, Allied interventions. Part II: Psychological Change for Young People. Lennie, Hanley, Adolescence in Context. Hanley, Sefi, Cutts, Pattison, Research into youth counselling: a rationale for research informed pluralistic practice. Part III: Counselling Young People in Action. Hanley, Jenkins, Pattison, Robson,Williams, The Counselling Infrastructure. Hanley, Williams, Sefi, Pluralistic counselling psychology for young people. Humphrey, Hanley, Lennie, Lendrum,Wigelsworth, Assessing therapeutic outcomes. Hanley, Humphrey, Lennie, Summary.
Terry Hanley is a Lecturer in Counselling Psychology at the University of Manchester, Editor of Counselling Psychology Review and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society Neil Humphrey is Professor of Psychology of Education at the University of Manchester Clare Lennie is joint Programme Director of the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Manchester
Adolescent Counselling Psychology offers clear guidance on the practice of counselling psychology with adolescents in a way that is evidence-based, integrative and theoretically coherent. It is a `must' for all counselling psychologists in training, and will also be useful for qualified practitioners. - Alan Carr, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University College Dublin, Ireland.
"This book is filled with practical help, backed up with research and plenty of knowledge in the field of counselling young people.lt provides an ideal reference source for students studying towards a qualification in counselling psychology. ...I give it a big YES!" - Julie Griffin, BACP Children & Young People, March 2013