This first-class book provides an unrivalled basis for further discussion on to how to make psychotherapy more effective both, ethically and professionally.'By w, you may be wondering what sort of beast psychotherapy is. Well, this book gives a fine description. Above all, psychotherapy is a moral practice. However scientific its research, or however much scientific research is demanded of it, psychotherapy remains a practice born of moral dilemmas, of how we live together, each with the other...Above all, the book is a plea to accept psychotherapy as a profession.'- R.D. Hinshelwood, from the Foreword.
Professor Jeremy Holmes is co-lead of the psychoanalytic stream of the University of Exeter Masters programme in psychological therapies, and the Psychodynamic Professional Qualification course 2002-2009. He has written extensively and lectures nationally and internationally. He also has a part-time private psychotherapy practice.