Counselling Students: A Psychodynamic Perspective delivers an introduction to the main psychological and developmental factors that affect students and how these typically influence and shape their experiences at university. Using a psychodynamic model, it provides a clear account, rich in illustrations, of the various emotional and developmental issues that underlie the problems that students encounter and the role of counselling in dealing with these problems. The book will be particularly helpful to individuals with a personal or professional interest in student welfare who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the psychological issues that affect the development and well being of students.
|Publication date:||24th May 2000|
|Categories:||Education: care & counselling of students, Universities,|
RAVI RANA is Deputy Manager and SEnior Counsellor of the Student Counselling Service at University College London, and has substantial experience in working with both staff and students as well as extensive professional experience of counselling work (she is a qualified clinical psychologist and psychotherapist). As an active member of the Heads of University Counselling Services Forum, she is also aware of developments in the field of higher education at a national level.More About Ravi Rana