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Hauke, C. (1996). The Therapeutic Relationship - in Psychoanalysis, Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy by Petruska Clarkson. Published by Whurr Publishers, London, 1995; 391 pages; £17.00.. Brit. J. Psychother., 12(3):405-407.

(1996). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(3):405-407

The Therapeutic Relationship - in Psychoanalysis, Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy by Petruska Clarkson. Published by Whurr Publishers, London, 1995; 391 pages; £17.00.

Review by:
Christopher Hauke

Psychotherapy - as an art and as a profession - has seldom been more conscious of its own multiplicity and diversity of approaches than at present. The thrust towards registration and the establishment of standards, far from homogenizing psychotherapeutic practice, means that bodies like the UKCP and the BCP are having to contain diversity and difference within a single frame. The recent UKCP conference at Warwick University last September showed the degree of tolerance and exchange that is achievable.

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