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Description - Therapist Limits in Person-Centred Therapy by Lisbeth Sommerbeck

There are many reasons why the practice of person-centred therapy can become difficult. An issue that is frequently brought to supervision is when the therapist's limits are challenged. It is therefore surprising that there is very little in the client-centred literature about therapist limits in counselling and psychotherapy with adult clients. This provides the rationale for this book as it attempts to redress that omission, offers a review of the existing literature and provides a starting point for discussion.Lisbeth Sommerbeck writes from her many years' experience as a psychotherapist working in the Danish psychiatric care system with clients with severe and enduring mental health problems. Many therapists fear that this client group will challenge their limits and Sommerbeck provides a straightforward appreciation of the problems and offers solutions.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781906254810
ISBN-10: 1906254818
Format: Paperback
(215mm x 138mm x 8mm)
Pages: 122
Imprint: PCCS Books
Publisher: PCCS Books
Publish Date: 20-Aug-2015
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Lisbeth Sommerbeck

Lisbeth Sommerbeck is a clinical psychologist, accredited as a specialist in psychotherapy and supervision by the Danish Psychological Association. Since 1974 and until she retired in 2011 she was employed in Danish psychiatry, where the bulk of her work consisted in psychotherapy, supervision, consultation and teaching. She has written books and articles about various aspects of client-centred therapy and in 2002 she initiated the Danish Carl Rogers Forum.