Books about E-CENT counselling and related subjects

Books by Dr Jim Byrne (sometimes with Renata Taylor-Byrne)


natajim-coaching-counsellingWe are committed to producing a range of books on Emotive-Cognitive Embodied Narrative Therapy, and Lifestyle Coaching.

So far, we have made some progress towards this goal, by publishing three paperbacks and five eBooks.

If you are interested in learning from a free-thinking intellectual and philosophical therapist, who cares deeply about human suffering, and who refuses to follow any organisational line, then please take a look at these books:

Paperback books.***

Holistic Counselling in Practice: An introduction to Emotive-Cognitive Embodied Narrative Therapy (E-CENT)

Stress management book: Chill Out!

Albert Ellis – A wounded psychotherapist

Dr Jim’s autobiographical novel: Metal Dog – Long Road Home.

Unfit for Therapeutic Purposes: The case against Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The new book in on its way: Diet, Exercise and Mental Health: Or how to manage your emotional wellbeing by promoting your physical health!



eBooks on Narrative Therapy and Therapeutic Writing.***


Dr Jim’s autobiographical novel: Metal Dog – Long Road Home.***




♣ About Dr Jim Byrne ♣   About Renata Taylor-Byrne ♣   Dr Jim’s Counselling and Psychotherapy Divison
♣  Renata’s Lifestyle Coaching and Counselling Division  Benefits of E-CENT Counselling ⊕ Books on E-CENT counselling and related subjects
⊕ Contact us – how to ⊕ Free Resources ⊕ How to find us, in Hebden Bridge
♦   Dr Jim’s counselling blog ♦  Renata’s coaching blog ⊕ Links pages
Site Map for ABC Coaching and Counselling Services ⊕ Visit the Institute for Emotive-Cognitive Embodied Narrative Therapy (E-CENT) ⊕ ABC Newsletter


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