Description - Psychological Therapies in Primary Care by Joan Foster
This book introduces the case for the management of psychological therapy services in the NHS as a result of the recent and very significant changes in primary care commissioning and mental health strategy. It is practical and accessible and is written in short easy-to-access sections. This volume will not only be relevant to NHS managers and practitioners but also to other counselling organizations and clinicians, since many of the structural and clinical issues raised will be applicable in a wider context.
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(230mm x 147mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Joan Foster
Antonia Murphy is a registered UKCP intersubjective psychotherapist and supervisor, with over twenty-five years of clinical experience in the NHS, the third sector, and private practice. As well as her clinical work, Antonia managed the primary care counselling service in Derbyshire from 1998-2006, and was a founding director of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC) and chair of the UKCP PCIP college training assessment committee until 2015. Her training portfolio includes course design and delivery of CPC's multi-modality supervision training programme, and more recently she has developed her long-term clinical interest in working with suicide into a training which has been delivered to over forty universities and other settings. She is the former editor of the 'Journal for the Foundation of Psychotherapy and Counselling', an editorial board member of the 'Journal of Psychodynamic Practice', and co-author (with Joan Foster) of 'Psychological Therapies in Primary Car : Setting up a Managed Service'.