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The Beginner's Guide to Counselling & Psychotherapy
The emergence of counselling and psychotherapy in the middle of the twentieth century was associated with a proliferation of different and competing therapeutic approaches. Such diversity did much to foster creativity and growth within the field. However, the development of 'schools' has also tended to lead to an unproductive 'schoolism', with adherents of particular approaches becoming entrenched in the 'rightness' of their model, and blind to ways of working that might be more helpful fordoi:10.4135/9781473918061.n25 fatcat:vjukg2qud5bqpbmyibtd53te2y