Understanding Person-Centred Counselling DVD

Home study version - £39.95
Current CPCAB student price - £29.95

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Group training version - £59.95
Current CPCAB tutor price - £49.95

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The home study edition permits the purchaser to view or use the DVD an unlimited number of times in a personal and private capacity, e.g. private study.

In addition to the above, the group training edition permits the purchaser to view or use the DVD an unlimited number of times in a professional, public and/or group capacity.

Running time: 2 hours and 5 minutes (same for both versions)

About this DVD

How does Person-Centred theory help the counsellor to understand the client and how does Person-Centred theory inform how the counsellor works with the client?

In this introduction to Person-Centred Counselling Barry Kopp demonstrates how, by working with the three core conditions of empathy, unconditional positive regard and congruence, he is able to develop the counselling relationship. This highly engaging collection of videos will be of great practical value to both trainees and counsellors wishing to develop both their understanding of this classic humanistic approach and the application of Person-Centred theory to practice. The collection also includes a discussion of how the CPCAB model of counselling practice relates to Person-Centred Theory.

Barry is an experienced Person-Centred counsellor and trainer, co-author of the book "Counselling Skills and Studies" and Senior Verifier at CPCAB.

  • Example of an unscripted Person-Centred counselling session (30 minutes)
  • Post-session debrief in which both practitioner and client talk about their experience of the session
  • Discussion of the session and the key concepts of the Person-Centred approach - with Barry Kopp and Anthony Crouch, Chief Executive of CPCAB
  • Discussion of how the CPCAB model of counselling practice relates to Person Centred Theory - with Barry Kopp and Anthony Crouch.

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