Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) utilizes phenomenological approaches to understanding the person, while appreciating the fact that the person constructs reality through interaction with the
environment. In this volume, personal construct clinicians wrestle with some of the most important theoretical and technical issues in the field of psychotherapy today. In so doing, they describe how personal construct
theory allows them to understand their clients in unique ways. Therapists interested in humanistic approaches to understanding the person while maintaining theoretical rigor will find the volume most useful.