Therapist s Guide to Self Care

Therapist s Guide to Self Care
Author : Lillie Weiss
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 220
Release : 2004-04-01
ISBN 10 : 9781135935771
ISBN 13 : 1135935777
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Therapist s Guide to Self Care Book Description:

Psychotherapy is an increasingly stressful profession. Yet therapists spend most of their time helping clients deal with their stress, not caring for their own. This book is designed as a tool for the experienced counselor, junior therapist, and graduate student, as the issues confronted and discussed herein are relevant to anyone in the field, regardless of experience or expertise. Dr. Weiss has written a book in an easy, conversational tone, filled with concrete examples and blending research findings, clinical experience and theoretical approaches into practical suggestions and sound advice. The book is divided into three parts, discussing therapist concerns and questions that are continually raised, and providing practical tools based on clinical experience and research findings. It will be useful to all mental health professionals who have felt the strain of their practice.


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