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Carl Rogers Counsels a Black Client: Race and Culture in Person-Centred Counselling

 Author: Edited by Roy Moodley, Colin Lago and Anissa Talahite  Category: All books, Therapy Books  Publisher: PCCS Books  Published: May 1, 2004  ISBN: 978-1898059448  Pages: 296  Language: English  Dimension: 15.24 x 2.03 x 22.86 cm

This is an ambitious and courageous book … Though the starting point of the book is two brief interactions between two individuals, its scope is as broad as humanity. The book itself is a case study of intellectual honesty and racial sensitivity. It is the most important discussion of race, culture and ethnicity in the context of person-centred therapy ever written. —Tony Merry (1984-2004) University of East London

… anyone interested in questions of race and culture would find this book interesting and valuable, particularly if they are of a person-centred persuasion. —John Rowan, Self and Society, Nov 2006

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