Counselling and Pyschotherapy in Primary Health Care
From small beginnings in the 1970s, counselling in primary health care has now become an established practice in many doctors' surgeries. This lucidly-written text provides an honest exploration of the day-to-day working dilemmas, challenges and teamwork opportunities facing counsellors and GPs who work collaboratively. Through the liberal use of case illustrations, the authors argue for an integrated psychodynamic and systemic approach to counselling in the primary health care setting. This text is essential reading for counsellors, psychotherapists, doctors and others working in primary care.