Although primarily aimed at students, this is a very clear and concise presentation for ambivalent about CBT who wants to get a clearer handle on the facts behind the approach. It definitely helped me to clarify what I like about CBT and what I might take from it into my integrative practice. Angela Cooper, senior accredited counsellor, Therapy Today, April 2009 (UK)
About the Author
Rhena Branch is an accredited CBT therapist with several years experience of working with adult psychiatric disorders in a variety of settings. She currently runs her own private practice based in North London. In addition to clinical practice, Rhena also teaches and supervises on the Master's course in REBT/CBT at Goldsmith's University of London, and holds a post-graduate qualification in clinical supervision. This is Rhena's fourth publication and she is working on her fifth book which is in press. Windy Dryden is Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies at Goldsmiths College. He has authored or edited 142 books and edited 13 book series on counselling. He is a keen supporter of Arsenal Football Club and lover of hip-hop music. He wishes he could play sax as well as Junior Walker and could sing as well as Craig David. His current professional interests lie in the area of using humour in counselling to promote client reflection, learning and change.