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Personal Construct Psychology in Clinical Practice: Theory, Research and Applications

Human Science


by
David Winter

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 480 pages

File size: 1.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Personal Construct Psychology in Clinical Practice provides a comprehensive review of the clinical applications of personal construct theory. It is the first such attempt to bring together the findings from a widely scattered literature and as such will serve as a major reference work both for those already familiar with PCT and for those with little knowledge of it.

David Winter provides theoretical analyses, research findings, and descriptions of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in relation to a wide range of clinical problems, amply illustrated with case material. Guidelines are provided for clinicians wishing to employ methods derived from the theory, such as the repertory grid technique.

The author is highly respected in the field and has employed PCT in his clinical research and practice for the past twenty years.

Personal Construct Psychology in Clinical Practice provides a comprehensive review of the clinical applications of personal construct theory. It is the first such attempt to bring together the findings from a widely scattered literature and as such will serve as a major reference work both for those already familiar with PCT and for those with little knowledge of it.

David Winter provides theoretical analyses, research findings, and descriptions of diagnostic and… (more)

Personal Construct Psychology in Clinical Practice provides a comprehensive review of the clinical applications of personal construct theory. It is the first such attempt to bring together the findings from a widely scattered literature and as such will serve as a major reference work both for those already familiar with PCT and for those with little knowledge of it.

David Winter provides theoretical analyses, research findings, and descriptions of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in relation to a wide range of clinical problems, amply illustrated with case material. Guidelines are provided for clinicians wishing to employ methods derived from the theory, such as the repertory grid technique.

The author is highly respected in the field and has employed PCT in his clinical research and practice for the past twenty years.

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