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Changing views of theory and practice in counselling: Multiple intelligences, eclecticism and the therapeutic alliance

Return to Journal Articles Mark Pearson The University of Notre Dame, Australia and Patrick O’Brien The University of Southern Queensland Introduction This article discusses three theories and approaches in the field of counselling that have the potential to advance understanding of counselling processes. One, developed within educational psychology and first published in 1983, is Gardner’s theory of multiple …

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Changing views of theory and practice in counselling: Multiple intelligences, eclecticism and the therapeutic alliance

This article examines Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences arguing that it has an important contribution to make in an evolving framework of eclecticism in the field of counselling.

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