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Skyjacked - Book 1 of the Corvus Ranger series
Skyjacked - Book 1 of the Corvus Ranger series
by Shirley Golden
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 19 May 2016
A tautly-written space adventure, with believable characters. I found it a real page-turner, and look forward to book 2.


Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action (Counselling in Action series)
Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action (Counselling in Action series)
by Tim Bond
Edition: Paperback

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One for the bookshelf, 27 Aug. 2010
My copy of the previous edition fell apart from regular use - it's one of the books I keep above my desk for ease of access.
The two great strength of Tim Bond's writing are that:
1) when we're in a hurry, we can find clear guidance on best practice
2) if you're in the mood for reflecting on practice, there's an invitation to ponder on the implications of ethical principles and values.


Couch Fiction: A Graphic Tale of Psychotherapy
Couch Fiction: A Graphic Tale of Psychotherapy
by Philippa Perry
Edition: Paperback
Price: £14.99

7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Entertainment and insight, 27 Aug. 2010
Previously, the book I'd have recommended to anyone wanting to get the feel of what counselling and therapy is about would have been Robert Board's Counselling for Toads. Couch Fiction has now taken the number one spot.
It would also be very reassuring to counselling and psychotherapy students, as the fictional therapist isn't perfect - and the therapy still works. I think it could also be invaluable to a therapist just about to start in independent practice for the graphic insights into the clues a client will glean about you.
And for experienced therapists, 1) the book will probably make you laugh out loud, and 2) there are some useful reminders for where experience can make us less effective.


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