Guilt and Shame: A Clinician’s Guide

Jan Hepburn is to be commended for producing such a concise and refreshing guide to guilt and shame from a clinical perspective. Hepburn’s focus on pathological states of neurotic guilt is particularly helpful. Guilt is more often an impediment to development rather than a sign of maturity and the way it is either fostered or deconstructed in therapy is of vital importance. Using clear and direct language, Hepburn illustrates different examples of guilt and therapeutic approaches to understanding it with skill and acumen.

Coline Covington, author of For Goodness Sake: Bravery, Patriotism and Identity.

Book details
Author:
Dr Jan McGregor Hepburn
ISBN:
978-1-80049-348-3
EPUB ISBN:
978-1-80049-349-0
MOBI ISBN:
978-1-80049-400-8
Format:
Paperback | Digital Download
Page count:
140
Publish date:
2021
Subject / Category:
Psychotherapy / Psychology

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