COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORIES AND INTERVENTIONS, 4/e David Capuzzi and Douglas Gross Refreshing and Real. Edited by two prominent counselor educators, Counseling & Psychotherapy: Theories and Interventions offers timely information and professional perspectives that make each chapter relevant and real. Drawing on the experience of its contributing authors, the book explores a variety of theories and conceptual frameworks. A consistent case study seamlessly ties together each chapter, reinforcing how theories help organize data and provide guidelines for helping professionals. "Students tell me informally and in semester-end evaluations that it (Capuzzi/Gross) is one of the best texts they have ever used...that the authors seem to be speaking directly to them in convincing and interesting ways." James Gold Buffalo State "I like the coverage of the main and more alternative/emerging counseling therapies...I like the writing styles and the fact that there are different authors writing about the different theories." Markus Bidell University of New Mexico In this edition you will find: A new chapter on diversity A new chapter on transpersonal theory and social justice More on feminist theory More on integrative approaches to counseling and psychotherapy A chapter on body-centered counseling and psychotherapy Discussion of personal and professional identity To view the website that accompanies this text, please go to http://www.prenhall.com/capuzziDavid Capuzzi is the author of 'Counseling and Psychotherapy: Theories and Interventions (4th Edition)', published 2006 under ISBN 9780131987371 and ISBN 0131987372.