Weaving Compassion: Relational Understandings and Practices
This book carries an important message that compassionate practice is possible across different contexts: counselling, supervision, as well as leadership and management.
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Bringing together a community of thought leaders and notable practitioners in the domain of psychotherapy and counselling, this seminal compendium comprises penetrating insights, broad subject matters and real-life stories on how compassion is appreciated and practised. This book serves as a tribute to the late Anthony Yeo (1948-2009), affectionately recognised as the ‘Father of Counselling’ in Singapore. It evinces his enduring legacy of compassionate practice and hopes to be a voice for everyone – social service practitioners, trainers, managers, industry leaders and policymakers – who aspire to create a practice culture where empathy, learning and growth perpetuate.