Monday, February 16, 2015

A Person Centred Counsellor is the latest release from Counselling DVDs.

In 2000 Norma James, already a highly experienced therapist with many years of practice behind her, made the decision to work only from a Person Centred perspective. In this video she demonstrates her practice and talks about her understanding of the approach.

The DVD consists a 55 minute unscripted session in which the client - in reality a colleague of Norma’s - works with real material. This is followed by two short debrief sessions conducted by Mike Simmons in which he talks to both the counsellor and client about the session and then a 33 minute interview in which Mike talks to Norma about the Person Centred Approach.

This DVD  provides a rare opportunity to see a real counselling session, unscripted, unplanned, just as it happened.

Further details on the Counselling DVDs web site 

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Therapists and Professional Negligence by Peter Jenkins is the latest release from Counselling DVDs. You can find out more about it here, and read a review by Sue Murphy that appeared in Contemporary Psychotherapy here.