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Beginning with ourselves in practice, theory, and human affairs

Author: David E Hunt
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Brookline Books, ©1987.
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"This books describes how practitioners, theorists, and nonprofessionals can begin with themselves. Practitioners include teachers, counselors, therapists, social workers, nurses, consultants, supervisors, and trainers who are encouraged to bring out their experienced knowledge about their practice. Theorists and researchers in psychology, education, and other social sciences are encouraged to bring out their  Read more...
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Hunt, David E. (David Ellis), 1925-
Beginning with ourselves in practice, theory, and human affairs.
Cambridge, MA : Brookline Books, ©1987
(OCoLC)573891801
Online version:
Hunt, David E. (David Ellis), 1925-
Beginning with ourselves in practice, theory, and human affairs.
Cambridge, MA : Brookline Books, ©1987
(OCoLC)630825554
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David E Hunt
ISBN: 9780914797333 0914797336 9780914797340 0914797344 9780774403047 0774403047
OCLC Number: 14411576
Description: xii, 182 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Why begin with ourselves? --
Beginning with myself : reflections of an applied psychologist --
Beginning with ourselves in learning style --
Teachers and counselors begin with themselves --
Consultants and supervisors begins with themselves --
Theorists and researchers begin with themselves --
Beginning with ourselves in practice-theory relations --
Beginning with ourselves in interpersonal relations.
Responsibility: David E. Hunt.

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"This books describes how practitioners, theorists, and nonprofessionals can begin with themselves. Practitioners include teachers, counselors, therapists, social workers, nurses, consultants, supervisors, and trainers who are encouraged to bring out their experienced knowledge about their practice. Theorists and researchers in psychology, education, and other social sciences are encouraged to bring out their personal and practical knowledge rather than their theoretical knowledge. When practitioners and theorists bring out their experienced knowledge they have a common basis for improving communication and working relations. Nonprofessional should also find these approaches appropriate with only slight revision"--preface.

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