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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Garry Hornby; Carol Hall; Eric Hall
|Description:||viii, 179 pages|
|Contents:||1. Teachers and Counselling 2. A Model for Counselling in Schools 3. Exploration of Concerns and Feelings 4. Strategies for Intervention 5. Empowering Children and Young People 6. The Emotional Development Curriculum 7. Peer Counselling and Support 8. Empowering Parents and Families 9. Cultural Issues in Counselling 10. Coping with Loss and Trauma 11. Counselling for Sensitive Issues 12. Counselling and Guidance of Parents 13. Learning to Collaborate: Working Across the Divide 14. Coping with Stress and Avoiding Burnout 15. Ethical Issues in Counselling for Teachers|
|Responsibility:||[edited by] Garry Hornby, Carol Hall, and Eric Hall.|
'This book sets out what's required with clarity, and in a way that will make teachers feel they can do it. The section on "active listening" is particularly helpful given that teachers, almost by