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Relational depth in therapy : Training and development exercises

Cooper, Mick (2012) Relational depth in therapy : Training and development exercises. Guide or manual. University of Strathclyde.

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Abstract

This unpublished paper sets out a series of exercises that trainers can use with their trainees to help them explore, and deepen their awareness of, the experience of relational depth and its relevance to counselling and psychotherapy. A revised and updated version of this paper, specifically orientated towards individual self-development work, has been published in 'Relational Depth: New Perspectives and Developments' (eds. Knox et al, Palgrave, 2013)