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Regulation in action [electronic resource] : the Health Professions Council fitness to practise hearing of Dr Malcolm Cross : analysis, history, and comment / Janet Haney.

By: Haney, Janet.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Karnac, c2012Description: 1 online resource (xix, 179 p.).ISBN: 9781849409476 (electronic bk.); 1849409471 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Cross, Malcolm C., 1966- | Counselors -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain | Psychotherapists -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain | Counseling -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain | Psychotherapy -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain | PSYCHOLOGY / Psychotherapy / General | Cross, Malcolm C., 1966-Genre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 616.8914 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE Some steps that led to this book; CHAPTER TWO The FTP case begins; CHAPTER THREE FTP detail; CHAPTER FOUR The evidence of the quality assurance officer; CHAPTER FIVE The evidence of Dr Cross; CHAPTER SIX The final scene; CHAPTER SEVEN Regulation in action, inaction, or distraction?; REFERENCES; INDEX;
Summary: '...If you feel that something is deeply wrong in the relationship between the state and civil society, and that there is too much interference in professional work, you will find this book both therapeutic and empowering.'- Max Travers, School of Sociology and Social Work, from the Foreword'This incisive study shows that "regulation", against which many have warned but which some psychotherapists still imagine to be a solution to all their ills, is actually already here. Janet Low traces her way through this apparatus, and makes a compelling case for taking the HPC seriously as a machine that.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE Some steps that led to this book; CHAPTER TWO The FTP case begins; CHAPTER THREE FTP detail; CHAPTER FOUR The evidence of the quality assurance officer; CHAPTER FIVE The evidence of Dr Cross; CHAPTER SIX The final scene; CHAPTER SEVEN Regulation in action, inaction, or distraction?; REFERENCES; INDEX;

'...If you feel that something is deeply wrong in the relationship between the state and civil society, and that there is too much interference in professional work, you will find this book both therapeutic and empowering.'- Max Travers, School of Sociology and Social Work, from the Foreword'This incisive study shows that "regulation", against which many have warned but which some psychotherapists still imagine to be a solution to all their ills, is actually already here. Janet Low traces her way through this apparatus, and makes a compelling case for taking the HPC seriously as a machine that.

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