2 edition of Developing counselling skills in work with adolescents found in the catalog.
Developing counselling skills in work with adolescents
1987 by National Council of Voluntary ChildCare Organisations in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by Linda Hill.|
|Series||Adolescents Project training paper|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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The book is supported by a new companion website that provides training materials and handouts on a range of skills for counselling children including: helping the child to tell their story sand tray work, the use of miniature animals, the use of clay, and helping the child to change thoughts and behaviour.
Praise for the First Edition `This book would be a valuable resource for trainee counsellors. It would also serve to enhance the work of experienced practitioners, particularly if they are more familiar with counselling adults or children and would like to build on this by developing their skills with adolescents' - BACP North London Magazine `The style is4/5.
Mazza, James J., Dexter-Mazza, Elizabeth T., Miller, Alec L., Rathus, Jill H., and Murphy, Heather E. () DBT® Skills in schools – Skills training for emotional problem solving for adolescents (DBT STEPS-A). (4th Ed). New York: The Guilford Press. One of the first things that hits you when you browse this book is the detail [ ].
COUNSELING SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES BASIC COUNSELING SKILLS & TECHNIQUES Benefits of Counseling Tackling the ups, downs, and all around issues that come along with living a healthy life is no easy bull’s eye to hit.
Every week can bring family emergencies, health problems, relationship issues, and career concerns. With all of these thingsFile Size: KB. A multi-disciplinary book which recognises that a diversity of needs requires a diversity of approaches and skills, it uses case studies and examples to demonstrate this in a variety of settings.
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Online Counselling and Guidance Skills: A Resource for Trainees and Practitioners offers direction in this area of work whilst also illustrating the general use of online counselling skills.
This in turn may open up opportunities for other related professionals to consider where they may be able to expand their service delivery into working.
`An excellent book focusing on counselling skills for both helpers and beginner counsellors. Written in an easy-to-read and informative style' - Stephen Palmer, Director, Centre for Stress Management, London and City University `Basic Counselling Skills is a "master-class" in the subject.
It brings its readers systematically through the full range of skills needed to be a counsellor and adds 3/5(1). When working with clients, counsellors draw on a number of basic counselling skills.
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