Category Archive: Book Reviews, Fifth Edition – Volume 5, No. 1, July, 2017

The Way We Are: How States of Mind Influence Our Identities, Personality and Potential for Change. Frank W. Putnam. International Psychoanalytic Books, 2016, 448 pp.

Return to Journal Articles Reviewed by: Pam Stavropoulos, PhD, Counsellor and Consultant, Private Practice, Sydney, New South Wales   In an age of hyperbole and incessant demands on our attention, recommendation of a ‘must read’ book can seem an imposition as well as a cliché. Yet I do not hesitate to make that endorsement in …

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Using Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy. John McLeod. London: Sage, 2016, 138 pp.

Return to Journal Articles Reviewed by: Deidre Ikin, MSW, MNTCW Private Practice, Blackheath, New South Wales   John McLeod’s latest contribution to his research series Using Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy invites practitioners, researchers and students to reflect on the many ways research can be utilised, from encouraging practitioners to think about how they practice, to improving …

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