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- Chapter 1 IntroductionMick Cooper and Duncan Law
- Chapter 2 Philosophical, conceptual, and ethical perspectives on working with goals in therapyJohn McLeod and Thomas Mackrill
- Chapter 3 The psychology of goals: A practice-friendly reviewMick Cooper
- Chapter 4 Using goals in therapy: The perspective of people with lived experienceAmy Feltham, Kate Martin, Leanne Walker, and Lydia Harris
- Chapter 5 Goals and psychotherapy researchGeorgiana Shick Tryon
- Chapter 6 Measuring outcomes using goalsJenna Jacob, Julian Edbrooke-Childs, Christopher Lloyd, Daniel Hayes, Isabelle Whelan, Miranda Wolpert, and Duncan Law
- Chapter 7 From problems to goals: Identifying ‘good’ goals in psychotherapy and counselling Windy Dryden
- Chapter 8 Goal-oriented practiceDuncan Law
- Chapter 9 Goal-oriented practice across therapiesNick Grey, Suzanne Byrne, Tracey Taylor, Avi Shmueli, Cathy Troupp, Peter Stratton, Aaron Sefi, Roslyn Law, and Mick Cooper
- Chapter 10 ConclusionDuncan Law and Mick Cooper