Writing Cures: An Introductory Handbook of Writing in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Index
entries in bold denote figures/tablesentries in italics denote document titles
a
access, online counselling 143 , 147
Acres, D. 218
addiction recovery 123 -9;
case study 127 -8;
compulsory writing assignments 125 -6;
multi-disciplinary team 128
addictive personality traits 124
After Heavy Rain114
alexithymia 86
Allan, H. 208 -9
Amsterdam Writing Group 11
analysis, self 41
anxiety, and poetry 115 , 116
Apollo 1 , 10 , 106
archetypes of collective unconscious 49
Aristotle 117
art:
and emotional disclosure 119 ;
therapy 2 , 3 , 48 , 49 ;
and writing 2 - 3 , 9
At a Journal Workshop73
attachment theory 46 , 49
Atwood, M. 129
autobiography writing 123 -9, 215
automatic writing 215

b
Bacigalupe, G. 10
befriending, email see online counselling (Samaritans)
bibliotherapy 215 ;
see also writing therapy
biomedical foundations of emotional disclosure see emotional disclosure
body, emotional expression through see psychosomatic illness
Bolton, G. v , 9 , 10 , 230
borderline personality 62 , 63
bottling things up see suppression;
see also emotional disclosure
brainstorming 102
Breton, A. 215
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP):
Guidelines for Online Counselling and Psychotherapy135 , 142 , 146 , 170 , 212 , 213

c
captured moments 77
care workers reflective practice group see reflective practice group
CAT see cognitive analytic therapy
catharsis 30 ;
freewriting 214 ;
journal therapy 74 , 75 ;
online counselling 153 ;
poetry 109 , 110 , 116 ;
writing as 93 , 187 ;
see also emotional disclosure;
working through
causal thinking 19 , 21
censorship, internal 219
change:
facilitating 197 ;
resistance to 182 ;
see also personal development
children, narrative writing 97
Cixous, H. 108
client:
centredness 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 ;
contra-indications 93 -4;
suitability, online counselling 143 ;
suitability, writing therapy 9 , 12 , 13 , 14 ;
writing by 61 ;
writing to 50 - 53
cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) 3 , 59 - 71 ;
critical rejection 66 , 67 ;
diary keeping/self-monitoring 63 -4;
dilemmas 61 , 62 , 66 ;
goodbye letters 68 - 70 , 191 ;
guilty striving 66 ;
midway letters 68 , 191 ;
narrative mode 60 , 61 , 64 ;
no-send letters 68 , 191 ;
paradigmatic mode 60 , 61 , 64 ;
passive resistance 66 ;
personal sources questionnaire 63 ;
problem procedures 64 , 65 , 69 ;
Psychotherapy File62 , 64 , 65 , 66 ;
reciprocal role procedures 61 - 62 , 66 , 67 ;

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