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|ISBN:||9781412947466 1412947464 9781412947473 1412947472|
|Description:||viii, 193 p.|
|Contents:||PART 1 : INTRODUCTION Who Are Counsellors And Helpers? What Are Basic Counselling Skills? Approaches to Counselling and Helping Helpers and Clients as Diverse Persons The Helping Relationship The Helping Process PART 2 : SPECIFIC COUNSELLING SKILLS Understanding the Internal Frame of Reference Showing Attention and Interest Paraphrasing and Reflecting Feelings Starting and Structuring Asking Questions Monitoring Offering Challenges and Feedback Self-Disclosing Managing Resistances and Making Referrals Facilitating Problem Solving Coaching, Demonstrating and Rehearsing Training Clients in Relaxation Improving Clients' Self-Talk Improving Clients' Rules Improving Clients' Perceptions Negotiating Homework Conducting Middle Sessions Terminating Helping PART 3 : FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS Multicultural and Gender Aware Helping Ethical Issues and Dilemmas Getting Support and Being Supervised Becoming More Skilled|
"'An excellent book, focusing on counselling skill, for both helpers and beginner counsellors. Written in an easy-to-read and informative style' - Stephen Palmer, Director, Centre for Stress