New Books Catalogue March-August 2015

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Welcome to our new interactive catalogue Here are some tips on how to use this catalogue Use the buttons on the right of the navigation bar to search the catalogue by author, title or keywords, print pages, save the catalogue as a PDF or crop sections to print, save and share. 10 +44 (0)20 7324 8703 +44 (0)20 7324 8700 ORDER TODAy FIELD EXPERIENCE Transitioning from Student to Professional Naijian Zhang and Richard D Parsons both at West Chester University of Pennsylvania Helping students' development of attitudes and values and their professional identity as they embark on their journey toward becoming a counsellor, this book presents them with a clear roadmap of how to start, progress, and finish their practice and internship; and will help students integrate the knowledge they have learned across the curriculum. COUNSELINg AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTITy May 2015 • 368 pages Paper (9781483344539) • £ 41.99 CASE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR COUNSELORS Assessing and Treating mental, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Lynn Zubernis and matthew Snyder both at West Chester University of Pennsylvania Taking a humanistic perspective and following an evidence-based approach, the book presents basic case conceptualization skills and is followed by a specific chapter on the most common disorders diagnosed by counselors. June 2015 • 440 pages Paper (9781483340081) • £ 44.99 NEUROSCIENCE FOR THERAPISTS Chad Luke Tennessee Tech University Provides readers with an overview of the structure and function of the human brain, including how the human brain influences and is influenced by biology, environment, and experiences. July 2015 • 272 pages Paper (9781483351957) • £ 33.99 MAKING THE MOST OF COUNSELLING & PSYCHOTHERAPY PLACEMENTS michelle Oldale Psychotherapist & Trainer and michelle Cooke Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute Packed full of practical hints and tips, advice, checklists and points for reflection, this practical guide will provide your students with everything they need to know to get the most out of their counselling and psychotherapy placements; from securing one that's right for them, to dealing with complex challenges that might arise during the placement. April 2015 • 176 pages Cloth (9781446208458) • £65.00 Paper (9781446208465) • £22.99 THRIVING! A manual for Students in the Helping Professions Third Edition Lennis g Echterling , Jack Presbury , Eric Cowan , A Renee Staton , Debbie C Sturm , michele Kielty , J Edson mcKee , Anne L Stewart and william F Evans all at James Madison University Packed with student-friendly advice and the necessary tools for a rewarding and fulfilling educational experience this book will enable students to excel in their personal and professional lives as they train for their careers as counsellors and within the helping professions. May 2015 • 328 pages Paper (9781483349770) • £ 28.99 THRIVING! THE SAGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THEORY IN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY Edited by Edward S Neukrug Old Dominion University This is a quick, one-stop resource that gives the reader the 'who, what, where, how, and why' of contemporary counselling and psychotherapy theory. May 2015 • 1152 pages Cloth (9781452274126) • £235.00 Special Introductory Offer: £210.00 Counselling & Psychotherapy Return to the contents page to easily navigate the catalogue Share books with colleagues or friends via email, Facebook, Twitter or other social media Click on these icons to: Visit accompanying Companion Websites Find out more about our inspection copy service Discover more about our eBooks Click on each title to find out more or place an order Flip through the catalogue using the arrows or jump to pages by entering the page number Go to the next page CASE Enter or exit full screen

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