Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Bager-Charleson, S. 2010. Reflective practice in counselling and psychotherapy. Exeter: Learning Matters. (Chapter 1 What is reflective practice? ). Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Bager-Charleson, S. 2012. Personal development in counselling and psychotherapy. London: Sage/Learning Matters.
Bor, R. & Watts, M. (Eds.). 2006. The Trainee Handbook: A guide for counselling and psychotherapy trainees (2nd edn.) . London: Sage.
Cooper, M., 2001. Embodied empathy. Empathy, Eds. S. Haugh & T. Merry, pp.218-229. Ross-onWye: PCCS Books.
Dunnett, A., Jesper, C., O'Donnell, M. & Vallance, K. 2013. Getting the most from supervision : a guide for counsellors and psychotherapists. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Green, J. 2010. Creating the therapeutic relationship in counselling and psychotherapy. Exeter: Learning Matters.
Howard, S. 2010. Skills in psychodynamic counselling and psychotherapy . London: Sage. (Chapters 4 & 5). Chapter 4 available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Nolan, G., Macaskie, J. & Meekums, B. 2014. The training and supervision of individual therapists. In Dryden, W. & Reeves, A. (eds). Handbook of individual therapy (6th edn). London: Sage.
Oldale, M. and Cooke, M.J. 2015. Making the most of counselling & psychotherapy placements. London: Sage. (Chapter 3 available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE)
Reeves, A. 2013. An introduction to counselling and psychotherapy : from theory to practice. London: Sage. (Chapters 4,6,7,11). Chapter 7 available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Thompson, K. (2004) Journal writing as a therapeutic tool. In: G. Bolton, S. Howlett, C. Lago & J. Wright (eds) Writing cures : an introductory handbook of writing in counselling and psychotherapy. London, Brunner-Routledge.
Wright, J. & Bolton, G. 2012. Reflective writing in counselling and psychotherapy. London: Sage. Chapter 3 available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Barnett, M. 2007. What brings you here? An exploration of the unconscious motivations of those who choose to train and work as psychotherapists and counsellors. Psychodynamic practice.: individuals, groups and organisations, 13(3), pp. 257-274, DOI: 10.1080/14753630701455796
Bager-Charleson, S. 2010. Why therapists choose to become therapists? : a practice based enquiry . London: Karnac.
Bond. T. 2015. Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action (4th edn.). London: Sage.
Casement, P. 1985. On Learning From the Patient. London: Routledge.
Chaturvedi, S. 2013. Mandatory personal therapy: does the evidence justify the practice? In debate. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 41(4), pp.454-460.
Cross, M.C. & Papodopoulos, M.. 2001. Becoming a therapist : a manual for personal and professional development. London, Brunner-Routledge.
Dryden, W. & Reeves, A. (Eds.). 2008. Key Issues for Counselling in Action (2nd edn). London: Sage.
Feltham, C. & Horton, I. (Eds.) 2012. The Sage Handbook of counselling and psychotherapy (3rd Edn). London: Sage. Available online.
Geldard, K & Geldard, D. 2005. Practical counselling skills training : an integrative approach. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Grimmer, A. (2005) Personal therapy: researching a knotty problem. Therapy Today. 16 (7), 37-40.
Hawkins, P. & Shohet, R. 2000. Supervision in the Helping Professions (2nd edn.). Buckingham: Open University Press.
Hazler, R.J. & Barwick, N. 2001. The therapeutic environment : core conditions for facilitating therapy. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Hill, A. 2002. Let’s stay and hate: the role of community meetings on counsellor training courses. Counselling and psychotherapy research., 2 (4), pp.215-221.
Kahn, M. 1997. Between Therapist and Client: the new relationship. New York, Freeman.
Ladany, N., Walker, J.A., Pate-Carolan, L.M. & Evans, L.G. 2008. Practicing counseling and psychotherapy : insights from trainees, supervisors, and clients. New York: Routledge.
Macran, S., Stiles, W.B. & Smith, J.A. 1999. How does personal therapy affect therapists' practice? Journal of Counseling Psychology., 46(4), pp. 419-431.
McLeod, J. 2009. An introduction to counselling (5th edn.). Buckingham: Open University Press. (Chapter 19 The Counselling Relationship)
McLeod, J. 2009. The counsellor's workbook : developing a personal approach.(2nd edn) Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Moore, J. & Roberts, R. 2010. Counselling and psychotherapy in organisational settings. Exeter: Learning Matters.
Muntigl, P. et al. 2014. Targeting emotional impact in storytelling: Working with client affect in emotion-focused psychotherapy. Discourse studies.. 16(6), pp.753-775.
Murphy, D. 2005. A qualitative study into the experience of mandatory personal therapy during training. Counselling and psychotherapy research. 5 (1), pp.27-32.
Noack, A. 2002. Working with trainees in experiential groups. In: Chesner, A. & Hahn, H. (Eds) Creative advances in groupwork. London, Jessica Kingsley. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Page, S. 1999. The shadow and the counsellor : working with darker aspects of the person, role and profession. London: Sage.
Rose, C. 2008. The personal development group : the student's guide. London: Karnac Books.
Rose, C. (Ed). 2012. Self awareness and personal development : resources for psychotherapists and counsellors. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Stern, D. 1983. Unformulated experience: from familiar chaos to creative disorder. In: Mitchell, S.A. & Aron, L. (Eds) Relational psychoanalysis.: The emergence of a tradition London: The Analytic Press.
Timulak, L. 2011. Developing your counselling and psychotherapy skills and practice. London: Sage. (Chapter 5). Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Wosket, V. 1999. The therapeutic use of self : counselling practice, research and supervision. London: Routledge.
Yalom, I. D. 1991. Love's executioner : and other tales of psychotherapy. London: Penguin.
This list was last updated on 13/06/2019