Introduction - Keith Tudor Time, Limits, and Person-Centred Therapies - Keith Tudor PART ONE: INTEGRATING PERSON-CENTRED AND EXPERIENTIAL THERAPIES Integrative Experiential Psychotherapy in Brief - Mia Leijssen and Robert Elliott Getting the Most from the Therapy Hour - Bala Jaison Integrating Experiential and Brief Therapy Trauma Incident Reduction and Metapsychology Techniques - Henry Whitfield Operationalising Rogerian Theory in a Brief Therapy Practice PART TWO: PRACTICE IN CONTEXT Time-Limited, Client-Centered Psychotherapy - Carl R. Rogers, Madge K. Lewis and John M. Shlien One case Working Sensitively with Time - Paul McGahey Person-Centred Therapy in a University Counselling Service 'In the World, But Not Of It' - Isabel Gibbard Person-Centred Counselling in Primary Care Expert Systems versus Moments of Volatility - Pam Winter A Person-Centred Therapist's View of Employee Assistance Programmes Overcoming the Effects of An Aggravated Burglary - Henry Whitfield Trauma Incident Reduction in Practice Treat Every Session As if it's the Last One - Barrie Hopwood Person-Centred Counselling with Young People in a Young Offenders' Institution Brief Encounters - Keith Tudor Time-Conscious Therapy with Couples A Process of Transformation - Tres Roche Time-Limited Group Counselling with Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Epilogue - Keith Tudor
Keith Tudor is a UKCP registered psychotherapist, and has a private/independent practice in Sheffield offering therapy, supervision and consultancy. He is author of Transactional Analysis Approaches to Brief Therapy (SAGE, 2001) and Group Counselling (SAGE, 1999).
`A wide-ranging and scholarly book which shows that person-centred therapy is fully alive to the challenges of the 21st century and is breaking new ground both clinically and theoretically. It demolishes convincingly and authoritatively the common criticisms that the approach can only serve an articulate middle-class and is ill-suited to brief and focused work' - Professor Brian Thorne, Emeritus Professor of Counselling, University of East Anglia `This is a book that the person-centered psychotherapy community has been waiting for...this book opens a creative space in which the ongoing conversation about therapeutic efficacy in times of shrinking resources can be successfully engaged' - Professor Maureen O'Hara, Chair, Department of Psychology, National University, La Jolla, California