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The Resource Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context, edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu

Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context, edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu

Label
Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context
Title
Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1940-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Moodley, Roy
  • Gielen, Uwe P.
  • Wu, Rosa
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Counseling
  • Psychotherapy
Label
Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context, edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Nadia Kadri and Jalil Bennani
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in South Africa: responding to post-apartheid counseling needs
  • Saths Cooper and Lionel Nicholas
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in sub-Saharan Africa: brewed in an African pot with western seasoning
  • Gladys K. Mwiti and Naomi James
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Americas
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Argentina: a tango from psychoanalysis to integrative psychotherapies
  • Felipe Muller and María Carolina Palavezzatti
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Brazil: from private practice to community services
  • Claudio S. Hutz and William B. Gomes
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Africa
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Canada: diversity and growth
  • Jose Domene and Rob P. Bedi
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the (English speaking) Caribbean: fidelity, fit or a cause for concern?
  • Gerard Hutchinson and Patsy Sutherland
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Cuba: interdisciplinarity and community driven research and education
  • Norma Guillard and Mercedes Umana
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Mexico: towards a Latin American perspective
  • Juan Sanchez Sosa
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the United States: multicultural competence, evidence-based, and measurable outcomes
  • Gargi Roysircar and Shannon Hodges
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Egypt: ambiguous identity of a regional leader
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Asia
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Australia: championing the egalitarian society?
  • Jac Brown
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in China: building capacity to serve 1.3 billion
  • Doris F. Chang ... [et al.]
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in India: professionalism amidst changing times
  • Tony Sam George and Priya Pothan
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Japan: integrating Japanese traditions and contemporary values
  • Shigeru Iwakabe and Carol Enns
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Malaysia: joy and pain of (continuous) pioneering work
  • Mona M. Amer
  • Wai Sheng Ng
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Pakistan: colonial legacies and Islamic influences
  • Humair Yusuf, Shabnum Sarfraz and Linah Askari
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Philippines: a discipline in transition
  • Maria Isabel E. Melgar
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in South Korea: flourishing in a dynamic era
  • Eunsun Joo
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Europe
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Belgium: towards an accessible and evidence-based mental health care
  • Nady Van Broeck, Nele Stinckens and Germain Lietaer
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in francophone West Africa: creating a future vision
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Denmark: counseling the "happiest people on earth"
  • Nanja H. Hansen and Andrea L. Dixon
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in France: an evolving heterogeneous field
  • Valérie Cohen-Scali ... [et al.]
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Germany: common past but different present?
  • Petra Warschburger
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Italy: historical, cultural and indigenous perspectives
  • Marco Gemignani and Massimo Giliberto
  • Psychotherapy and clinical psychology in the Netherlands: settlement of five distinctive psy-professions
  • Giel J. M. Hutschemaekers and Fiona E van Dijk
  • Lonzozou Kpanake and Omar Ndoye
  • Psychotherapy in Spain: rapid growth and the vicissitudes of clinical psychology
  • María Paz García-Vera, Jesús Sanz, and José M. Prieto
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Russia: reunion with the international science community
  • Alla B. Kholmogorova, Natalia N. Garanian, and Valery N. Krasnov
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the United Kingdom: future of talking therapies
  • Del Loewenthal
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Middle East
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Iran: flourishing perspectives
  • Behrooz Birashk
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Israel: milestones, disputes and challenges
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Nigeria: horizons for the future
  • Rebecca Jacoby
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Lebanon: towards a framework of Lebanese psychology
  • Brigitte Khoury and Sarah Tabbarah
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Palestine: between occupation and cultural colonialism
  • Rana Nashashibi, Anan Srour, and Roney Srour
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Turkey: western theories and culturally-inclusive methods
  • Senel Poyrazli, Süleyman Dogan, and Mehmet Eskin
  • Conclusion
  • Counseling and psychotherapy around the world: current state and future prospects
  • Juris G. Draguns
  • Andrew Mogaji and Olaniyi Bojuwoye
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Morocco: renewal of an ancient tradition
Control code
ocn548660411
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxvi, 435 p.
Isbn
9780415872539
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012001661
System control number
(OCoLC)548660411
Label
Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy in an international context, edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Nadia Kadri and Jalil Bennani
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in South Africa: responding to post-apartheid counseling needs
  • Saths Cooper and Lionel Nicholas
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in sub-Saharan Africa: brewed in an African pot with western seasoning
  • Gladys K. Mwiti and Naomi James
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Americas
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Argentina: a tango from psychoanalysis to integrative psychotherapies
  • Felipe Muller and María Carolina Palavezzatti
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Brazil: from private practice to community services
  • Claudio S. Hutz and William B. Gomes
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Africa
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Canada: diversity and growth
  • Jose Domene and Rob P. Bedi
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the (English speaking) Caribbean: fidelity, fit or a cause for concern?
  • Gerard Hutchinson and Patsy Sutherland
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Cuba: interdisciplinarity and community driven research and education
  • Norma Guillard and Mercedes Umana
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Mexico: towards a Latin American perspective
  • Juan Sanchez Sosa
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the United States: multicultural competence, evidence-based, and measurable outcomes
  • Gargi Roysircar and Shannon Hodges
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Egypt: ambiguous identity of a regional leader
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Asia
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Australia: championing the egalitarian society?
  • Jac Brown
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in China: building capacity to serve 1.3 billion
  • Doris F. Chang ... [et al.]
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in India: professionalism amidst changing times
  • Tony Sam George and Priya Pothan
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Japan: integrating Japanese traditions and contemporary values
  • Shigeru Iwakabe and Carol Enns
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Malaysia: joy and pain of (continuous) pioneering work
  • Mona M. Amer
  • Wai Sheng Ng
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Pakistan: colonial legacies and Islamic influences
  • Humair Yusuf, Shabnum Sarfraz and Linah Askari
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Philippines: a discipline in transition
  • Maria Isabel E. Melgar
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in South Korea: flourishing in a dynamic era
  • Eunsun Joo
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Europe
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Belgium: towards an accessible and evidence-based mental health care
  • Nady Van Broeck, Nele Stinckens and Germain Lietaer
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in francophone West Africa: creating a future vision
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Denmark: counseling the "happiest people on earth"
  • Nanja H. Hansen and Andrea L. Dixon
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in France: an evolving heterogeneous field
  • Valérie Cohen-Scali ... [et al.]
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Germany: common past but different present?
  • Petra Warschburger
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Italy: historical, cultural and indigenous perspectives
  • Marco Gemignani and Massimo Giliberto
  • Psychotherapy and clinical psychology in the Netherlands: settlement of five distinctive psy-professions
  • Giel J. M. Hutschemaekers and Fiona E van Dijk
  • Lonzozou Kpanake and Omar Ndoye
  • Psychotherapy in Spain: rapid growth and the vicissitudes of clinical psychology
  • María Paz García-Vera, Jesús Sanz, and José M. Prieto
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Russia: reunion with the international science community
  • Alla B. Kholmogorova, Natalia N. Garanian, and Valery N. Krasnov
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the United Kingdom: future of talking therapies
  • Del Loewenthal
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in the Middle East
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Iran: flourishing perspectives
  • Behrooz Birashk
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Israel: milestones, disputes and challenges
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Nigeria: horizons for the future
  • Rebecca Jacoby
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Lebanon: towards a framework of Lebanese psychology
  • Brigitte Khoury and Sarah Tabbarah
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Palestine: between occupation and cultural colonialism
  • Rana Nashashibi, Anan Srour, and Roney Srour
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Turkey: western theories and culturally-inclusive methods
  • Senel Poyrazli, Süleyman Dogan, and Mehmet Eskin
  • Conclusion
  • Counseling and psychotherapy around the world: current state and future prospects
  • Juris G. Draguns
  • Andrew Mogaji and Olaniyi Bojuwoye
  • Counseling and psychotherapy in Morocco: renewal of an ancient tradition
Control code
ocn548660411
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxvi, 435 p.
Isbn
9780415872539
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012001661
System control number
(OCoLC)548660411

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