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The Making of a Therapist A Practical Guide for the Inner Journey (Norton Professional Books):Maskedking

Louis Cozolino
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Louis Cozolino Published in October 18, 2018, 9:53 pm
 The Making of a Therapist A Practical Guide for the Inner Journey (Norton Professional Books):Maskedking

The Making of a Therapist A Practical Guide for the Inner Journey (Norton Professional Books):Maskedking

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Jimbo Smiles
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Jimbo Smiles Reply to on 26 February 2016
I enjoyed reading this book. Easy to digest and still useful at the start of Level 5/Diploma course, although I would hope that there was nothing unheard of in the book for you by then.

So saying, I have put in no end of coloured index tabs to remind me of things I found worth noting for reference and it was the first time I had heard of the term "pathological care-taking" and the small section on that resonated so strongly for me that all my defences fired up as I realised I had found myself defined, almost to perfection!

It is the only book I have read so far that suggests what you will actually feel and go through when starting out as a trainee counsellor (in a placement). The author gives some examples of his own concerns and small mistakes - nothing revolutionary - just part of being human. Wish that he had developed this theme about self and awareness being more important than only theoretical knowledge. Theory is only a part of what makes someone a "good enough" counsellor IMO.
Miss R
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Miss R Reply to on 6 November 2016
Really interesting book. Covers a lot of the anticipated scenarios of becoming a therapist. Essential reading for anyone embarking on this career path.
Anon
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Anon Reply to on 17 April 2014
Wish I had read this six years ago when I started my training as a psychotherapist - but I still had much to learn from it now. He describes so well the process and challenges that are unique to this profession. Highly recommended - beautifully crafted, accessible and easy to read. A pleasure.
sharon
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sharon Reply to on 27 November 2017
A very easy read. I found this book helpful and insightful. It covers all the main topics and more that trainee would find helpful.
Gabz
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Gabz Reply to on 7 February 2017
Great book for a trainee therapist to get a sense of it being ok to be good enough and not feel like doing anything wrong.
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 4 May 2017
Best book about psychotherapy for beginners. Easy and entertaining
starlight
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starlight Reply to on 12 October 2015
As a new therapist in the making I regularly refer to this book
max
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max Reply to on 19 March 2016
great
Mandy8045
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Mandy8045 Reply to on 13 June 2018
Amazing book! Laugh out loud moments at times with his candid accounts of early days as a therapist - bravely laid bare - very reassuring; easy to relate to; really thought provoking in terms of getting to know yourself (even though you think you already do) really insightful too in terms of clients needs and communication and what it’s about/what it tells you. A must buy for all therapists in my humble opinion.
Micko
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Micko Reply to on 16 December 2015
Excellent resource for therapists
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