Tim Bond in Conversation with Frank Wills
Tim Bond has played a leading role in the development of ethical practice in counselling – both in the UK and throughout the world. His work in the development of the BACP Ethical Framework has offered clear guidance to all practitioners
Dorothy Rowe in Conversation with Frank Wills
Dorothy Rowe has changed the way that depression is treated. Her approach is away from drugs, instead empowering people to be active in the healing process.
Francesca Inskipp and Brigid Proctor in Conversation with Frank Wills
Francesca Inskipp and Brigid Proctor have made key contributions to the foundation and ongoing development of counselling in the UK. They also talk about supervision.
Michael Jacobs in Conversation with Frank Wills
Michael Jacobs work has made a significant contribution to the development of counselling in Britain, publishing influential books on pastoral and psychodynamic counselling.
Dave Mearns in Conversation with Frank Wills
Dave Mearns wrote Person Centred Counselling in Action jointly with Brian Thorne, and is a leading theorist and researcher.
Gerard Egan in Conversation with Frank Wills
Gerard Egan’s Skilled Helper model has had a profound effect on the way counsellors work and how they think about their work.