Praise for First Edition:
`This is the book I was looking for before, during and after training. It provides clarity and dispenses with the anxiety associated with the belief that I never quite knew the whole picture. It enables trainee and new practitioner alike to draw boundaries around how much is necessary to know at any given time, and helps individuals prioritise in a way that doesn't overwhelm. The chapters are accessible, clear and compact... The unity in the book is remarkable and is a tribute to Bor and Watts... They state in their introduction that it was written in response to trainees' questions, and, for myself, the time wasted not knowing where to look or who or what to ask could have been very well served by this timely edition' - Counselling News
`I would definitely recommend this book to fellow trainees. I think it will become a `must have' at the start of any course and an essential resource to be referred to over and over again' - Counselling Psychology Review
`The Trainee Handbook is a very insightful and informative guide for trainees. It's a definite "buy", not only as part of a pre-course reading list but also as an aide-memoire for more seasoned practitioners' - British Journl of Guidance & CounsellingVom Verlag:
`The book is ideally organised so the trainee can dip in and out of its self-contained and well-organised chapters, according to their particular stage of training. I found this book to be useful from the moment I received it to review! I would firstly recommend this text to those who are simply exploring the idea of training to become a counsellor/psychotherapist. Chapters 'setting the scene' and 'training routes' make sense of the bewildering choices available. It would also give the prospective student a good fell for what they are letting themselves in for. From my perspective this is an extremely useful text which I can thoroughly recommend to all trainees' - Therapy Today
`The Trainee Handbook is a comprehensive guide for trainees in counselling, counselling psychology and psychotherapy in the UK. This is the Second Edition of a textbook written by Robert Bor and Mary Watts, which has earned itself the status of being the definitive resource in counselling and psychotherapy training... is a must as it will probably be kept and reused by most throughout their careers' - Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy
The Trainee Handbook, Second Edition is designed as a companion to training in counselling, counselling psychology and psychotherapy. Unlike most texts which focus on theory and practice, this bestselling book identifies the broader knowledge and skills you will need to succeed in your training and as you make your first steps in practice.
Written by a team of leading trainers, practitioners and supervisors, The Trainee Handbook provides advice on practicalities such as writing essays and case studies and examines issues which affect all practitioners in the early stages of professional development and particularly in preparing for the first meeting with a client.
This Second Edition has been fully revised and updated, and features new chapters on:
o case formulation;
o personal and professional development;
o continuing professional development.
Dealing with the practicalities and common concerns of students, The Trainee Handbook, Second Edition provides an invaluable source of information and guidance for anyone undertaking training in one of the therapy professions.
Professor Robert Bor is Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London. Professor Mary Watts is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Teaching and Learning at City University, London and Professor of Psychology.
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