The Power of Talking

Stelios Kiosses invites us into the therapy room to experience the unfolding of some incredible stories of people’s not-so-everyday lives. A revealing and sensitive portrayal of what happens in psychotherapy sessions accompanied by absorbing explorations of the theories underpinning the therapy. You’ll want to read this book!

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Stories from the Therapy Room

How Organisations Really Work

A rich collection of stories from around the world which reveal what really goes on within an organisation.

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AJIT MENON and TREVOR HOUGH

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Understanding the psychology of the successful athlete through interviews with elite sportspeople by clinical psychologist Dr Amy Izycky.

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