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Textbook List

Bachelor of Counselling

Semester 1, 2022

Christchurch, Henderson, Manukau

Please Note

Books that are designated under “Required Texts” are books that you will need for your course. “Recommended Texts” will be helpful for your assignment writing and worthwhile texts to add to your library, but won’t be needed for course reading.

Following are websites that you can order your textbooks from. The Book Depository does not charge postage. Alternatively you could order through the Manna Store henderson@manna.co.nz or through Manna Online. If you choose to do this, allow plenty of time for delivery.

Electronic books: Be aware that you can often buy the books cheaper through Amazon as electronic Kindle books. To read these you can down load free software “Kindle for PC” and read them on a laptop or you can buy a Kindle e-Reader or use a tablet (ipad etc). The advantages are price (often about $10) and instant delivery. The possible downside is having to read it on a laptop.

857 Human Development

Drewery, W., & Claiborne, L. (2014). Human development: Family, place, culture (2nd ed.). McGraw Hill.

Balswick, J. O., King, P. E., & Reimer, K. S. (2016). The reciprocating self: Human development in theological perspective (2nd ed). InterVarsity Press.
(Recommended reading)

900 Foundations of Relational Practice A

Tolan, J. (2017). Skills in person-centred counselling and psychotherapy (3rd ed.).

Mearns, D., Thorne, B., & McLeod, J. (2013). Person-centred counselling in action (4th ed.). Sage

900 Foundations of Relational Practice A

Tolan, J. (2017). Skills in person-centred counselling and psychotherapy (3rd ed.). Sage

Mearns, D., Thorne, B., & McLeod, J. (2013). Person-centred counselling in action (4th ed.). Sage

Merry, T., & Lusty, B. (2020). Learning and being in person-centred counselling (3rd ed.). PCCS Books.
(Recommended reading)

900 Foundations of Relational Practice A

Merry, T., & Lusty, B. (2020). Learning and being in person-centred counselling (3rd ed.). PCCS Books.

902 Relational Theories and Practice A

McMenamin, D. (2018). Two islands and a boat: Finding and following a vision. CreateSpace.

Denborough, D. (2014). Retelling the stories of our lives: Everyday narrative therapy to draw inspiration and transform experience. Dulwich Centre Publications.
(Recommended text)

Morgan, A. (2000). What is narrative therapy? Dulwich Centre Publications.
(Recommended text)

White, M. (2007). Maps of narrative practice. Norton Professional Books.
(Recommended text)

904 Integrated Practice A

McMillan, L., Penwarden, S., & Hunt, S. (Eds.). (2017). Stories of therapy, stories of faith. Wipf & Stock.

906 Personhood, Relationality and Faith

Olthuis, J. (2006). The beautiful risk: A new psychology of loving and being loved. Wipf & Stock Publishers.

911 Relationships and Family

Madsen, W. (2007). Collaborative therapy with multi-stressed families: From old problems to new futures. New York, NY: Guildford Press.

913 Counselling Children and Young People

Geldard, K., Geldard, D., & Foo, R. Y. (2018). Counselling children: A practical introduction (5th ed.). Sage.

Sharry, J. (2014). Counselling children, adolescents and families: A strengths-based Approach. Sage

Tucker, C., & Smith-Adcock, S. (2016). Counselling children and adolescents: connecting theory, development, and diversity. Los Angeles: SAGE.
(Recommended text)

White, M., & Morgan, A. (2006). Narrative therapy with children and their families. Dulwich Centre publications.
(Recommended text)

930 Professional Practice A

Crocket, K., Agee, M., & Cornforth, S. (2011). Ethics in practice: A guide for counsellors. Dunmore Press.

New Zealand Association of Counsellors. (2020). Code of ethics. Author.

New Zealand Christian Counsellors Association. (2018). Code of ethics. Author.

932 Practicum A

Crocket, K., Agee, M., & Cornforth, S. (Eds.). (2011). Ethics in practice: A guide for counsellors. Dunmore Publishing.