Counselling and psychotherapy; Hierarchies, epistemicide and bad medicine
AbstractThis article is a critique of the Scope of Practice and Education for the counselling and psychotherapy professions (SCoPEd) project which seeks to differentiate counselling and psychotherapy within a competence framework. It argues that SCoPEd is representative of a wider hegemonic, neoliberal and dehumanising agenda which is putting counselling at risk.
CitationEgeli, C. (2019). Counselling and psychotherapy. Hierarchies, epistemicide and bad medicine. Clinical Psychology Forum, 318, 17-20
PublisherBritish Psychological Association
JournalClinical Psychology Forum
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