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Counselling In The Workplace

Counselling In The Workplace Author Coles, Adrian
ISBN-10 9780335212118
Release 2003-12-01
Pages 155
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Annotation. "Counselling in the Workplace also offers a unique management training programme for both counsellor-managers and non-counselling managers. The book is essential reading for counsellors, human resource managers, workplace supervisors, trade union officials and all those involved in decision-making with regard to employee counselling."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.



Workplace Counselling

Workplace Counselling Author Michael Carroll
ISBN-10 9781446264287
Release 1996-06-27
Pages 264
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`An invaluable resource book for anyone (counsellors, EAP providers and companies) involved in workplace counselling. Helpful and informative, it is set to become a classic text in its field' - Counselling and Psychotherapy, The Journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy `Accessible and meaningful... a valuable contribution to the growing body of literature on counselling in specific contexts, and Michael Carroll is to be congratulated for his skill in pulling together so many strands that influence the workplace counsellor's role' - Human Resource Management Journal Hand-in-hand with the increase in numbers of organizations offering counselling for their employees comes a growing demand for counsellors who are skilled not only in helping the individual but also in managing the counselling process within a workplace setting. This practical book provides core guidance on how to operate best in an employee-counsellor role and how to tackle the issues such a role raises. Michael Carroll presents a generic, integrative model of employee counselling which shows readers how to organize, administer and manage the counselling process, from assessment to termination, within an organizational setting. In so doing, he discusses the tasks and responsibilities of employee counsellors, covering such vital areas as: how to contract with organizations; the impact of the organization on the counselling process; evaluation; ethical dilemmas; loyalty clashes; and training and supervision.



Career Counselling and Guidance in the Workplace

Career Counselling and Guidance in the Workplace Author Melinde Coetzee
ISBN-10 0702172774
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 216
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The average 21st-century career is one of constant change: an individual can no longer expect to remain with one organisation his or her entire life, achieving managerial status through natural progression. Today's job market requires constant re-training and adjustment because of skills obsolescence, age discrimination and technological illiteracy. On the other hand, younger or less qualified workers find it difficult to enter the labour market because of a lack of skills or experience. Career counsellors should be able to help clients to navigate this difficult and changing role. The book offers a practical framework within which the career counsellor can work. The text explains the role of the career counsellor within the organisation; discusses the key concepts that influence career behaviour; explains the use of counselling and guidance tools and techniques; offers insight into the profession and practice of career counselling; and provides guidance within an international and a South African context. Integrating theoretical and practical perspectives, this book offers a comprehensive overview of career counselling and guidance services, practices, tools and techniques in an organisational context. It consists of five chapters, each of which has a summary, key terms and review an discussion questions.



Handbook of Counselling in Organizations

Handbook of Counselling in Organizations Author Michael Carroll
ISBN-10 0761950877
Release 1997-02-28
Pages 363
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This major handbook covers all aspects of counselling within an organizational context, The authors provide a thorough examination of all the key areas and concerns in the field, including: models of counselling in organizations; assessing the organization for counselling provision; introducing counselling into the organization; how the organization can impact on the counselling process; understanding and working with the organization as a counsellor; evaluating counselling provision within organizations; and training and supervising counsellors working with organizations.



Counselling Supervision

Counselling Supervision Author Mr Michael Carroll
ISBN-10 1446225364
Release 2001-01-30
Pages 208
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This work examines the practical skills needed for setting up a programme of supervision and the theoretical knowledge required. It provides two models: a four-stage model of setting up, maintaining and engaging in supervision; and a model connecting the tasks of supervision with its goals and purposes. It is intended for use by both supervisor and trainee as a means of managing their relationship



Handbook of Counselling

Handbook of Counselling Author Gladeana McMahon
ISBN-10 9781317857983
Release 2014-04-23
Pages 624
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The Handbook of Counselling provides a comprehensive and up-to-the-minute guide for counsellors and those using counselling skills in other professions. The contributors, all experienced practitioners, explore the major arenas and settings in which counselling is practised as well as the key themes and issues faced by those working in this field. This edition of the handbook has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the pace of growth and change within counselling over recent years. Six new chapters have been added, covering: * brief and time-limited counselling * working with adults abused as children * trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder * counsellor-client exploitation * private practice * counselling in voluntary settings. Published in association with the British Association for Counselling, the Handbook of Counselling provides a definitive source of information and guidance for counsellors both in training and practice.



Counselling Supervision in Context

Counselling Supervision in Context Author Michael Carroll
ISBN-10 0761957898
Release 1999
Pages 206
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`The book is written in such as way as to challenge and educate through the use of exercises, scenarios and activities. Something it does rather well... A well-written, practical and informative publication... of value to supervisees, supervisors and all those involved in counsellor and supervisor training' - Counselling Psychology Review `This book... argues that the social context is important for the individual client, supervisee and supervisor, as is the context in which the work and supervision are done... it is a clear, well-written and enjoyable book, containing helpful information for both supervisees and supervisors' - Transformations, The PCSR Journal There is an increa



Counselling Skills In Social Work Practice

Counselling Skills In Social Work Practice Author Seden, Janet
ISBN-10 9780335216499
Release 2005-02-01
Pages 174
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· In what ways is counselling relevant to contemporary social work? · How do counselling skills integrate with social work roles and responsibilities? This book examines these skills and their applicability, drawing from social work and counselling theories and methods using clear, practical examples. Skills are discussed with reference to social work knowledge and values illustrating how, when used competently, contextually and sensitively they can appropriately underpin good social work practice. Questions and activities for self development are linked to the practices discussed. This new edition ofCounselling Skills in Social Work Practicehas been thoroughly revised to reflect the National Occupational Standards for social work which identify the importance of communication skills and a developmental understanding of people in their social contexts. The chapters are linked to the six key roles for social work practice. This book builds on the strengths of the first edition, as well as addressing the challenges of practice in relevant legislative and policy contexts. The book includes: · Evidence of how the competencies which underpin counselling practice are directly transferable to effective social work practice · Practical advice on communication skills · Examples of how to build effective working relationships; a whole chapter is now devoted to the specific skills required for working within inter-agency and multi-disciplinary teams This book is key reading on the subject of ethical and effective social work for those teaching, studying or practising in the field.



Counselling in the Workplace

Counselling in the Workplace Author Jenny Summerfield
ISBN-10 0852925808
Release 1995
Pages 232
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Counselling can play a crucial role in any business. It enhances learning and empowerment, fosters trust and commitment and can have a significant impact on the bottom line. This books shows you how to use counselling to unlock individual potential and benefit the whole organisation.



The Use Of Counselling Skills In The Emergency Services

The Use Of Counselling Skills In The Emergency Services Author Hetherington, Angela
ISBN-10 9780335200603
Release 2001-04-01
Pages 129
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This book examines the use of counselling skills in the unique working environment of the emergency services. It looks at the stress and trauma of emergency service work, and draws extensively on the first hand experiences of personnel.



Postmodern Career Counseling

Postmodern Career Counseling Author Louis A. Busacca
ISBN-10 9781119292050
Release 2016-06-10
Pages 360
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This practiced-based handbook describes postmodern career counseling models and methods designed to meet clients’ diverse needs in today’s challenging work environment. Readers will gain a solid understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of postmodern career counseling and learn practical approaches to counseling clients of various ages and backgrounds on occupational choice and other issues, such as coping with developmental tasks, career transitions, and work traumas. Drawing directly from their experiences with clients, career counseling experts link theory to practice in 17 application chapters that demonstrate the process of postmodern career assessment and intervention embedded in culture and context. Multicultural case vignettes and a “Practical Application Guide” in each of these chapters facilitate classroom learning and discussion. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website.



Workplace counselling

Workplace counselling Author Di Kamp
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924078628520
Release 1996
Pages 176
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Workplace counselling has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Workplace counselling also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Workplace counselling book for free.



Counselling Skills for Social Work

Counselling Skills for Social Work Author Ms Lisa Miller
ISBN-10 9781848604711
Release 2005-11-08
Pages 216
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Bringing a range of therapeutic models, with their theoretical underpinnings and skills, directly into a social work context, this core textbook offers a guide to the application of counselling skills to social work practice. `The content of the book is excellent.... The strength lies in its detailed application of ideas to practice. The use of the case material to illustrate application is excellent and works well' - Helen Cosis-Brown, University of Middlesex The book focuses on eight principal therapeutic models and each of these is explored to illustrate how the underlying theory can be applied to professional practice. The author then identifies the key skills which can be employed for the most effective social work intervention. Key features of the book include: - a practical skills-based approach - a range of case-studies drawn from a variety of `real-life' settings - satisfies the benchmark guidelines structuring the new social work degree - end-of-chapter Reflective Questions, Tips for Practice and Tables summarizing the key theoretical concepts and their applications. This is an essential guide to improving communication skills and intervention with service-users. Written in a lively and engaging style it will be an invaluable text for undergraduate students in social work. It will also be useful for qualified practitioners to enhance understanding of communication and the process of change through the medium of counselling skills.



Professional Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Professional Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy Author Peter Jenkins
ISBN-10 9781526421449
Release 2017-03-20
Pages 240
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Developing and maintaining a secure framework for professional practice is a core part of any counselling and psychotherapy training, as all therapists need to understand the key values, ethics and laws that underpin the profession today. But what does being a member of a 'profession’ actually mean, and what does being a ‘professional’ actually involve? Structured around the BACP Core Curriculum, and with the help of exercises, case studies and tips for further reading, this book covers everything from the requirements of the BACP Ethical Framework to broader perspectives on good professional practice. It includes: Practising as a therapist in different roles and organizational contexts. Working with key issues, including difference, vulnerable clients and risk. Understanding the law and relevant legal frameworks for practice. Working ethically, including contrasting models and approaches to ethics.



Counselling in a Nutshell

Counselling in a Nutshell Author Windy Dryden
ISBN-10 1446241939
Release 2010-12-20
Pages 144
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What is counselling and how does it work? Counselling in a Nutshell provides the answers to these questions and more, as part of a step-by-step guide to the counselling relationship and the therapeutic process. Drawing together theory from the psychodynamic, person-centred and cognitive-behavioural approaches, Windy Dryden explores: - bonds between counsellor and client - goals and tasks of counselling - stages of the therapeutic process - core therapeutic change. This revised and updated second edition also includes new material on person centred and psychodynamic counselling, further discussion of the influence of counselling contexts on the work of counsellors, and five discussion issues at the end of each chapter to stimulate thinking. Counselling in a Nutshell provides a concise introduction to core components of the therapeutic relationship and process and is suitable for counsellors of all orientations.



Multicultural Issues in Counseling

Multicultural Issues in Counseling Author Courtland C. Lee
ISBN-10 9781119535171
Release 2018-08-24
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With an emphasis on direct application to practice, this graduate-level text offers strategies for working with diverse client groups in a variety of settings. Introductory chapters build a foundation for cross-cultural counseling with discussions on current theory, the ongoing pursuit of multicultural competence, and the complexities of intersecting identities. Next, 15 chapters designed to help counselors develop their knowledge about and skills with the following populations are presented: African Americans American Indians Arab Americans Asian and Pacific Islanders Economically disadvantaged clients Immigrants Latinx LGBTQ clients Men Military personnel Multiracial individuals Older adults People with disabilities White people of European descent Women Detailed case studies in this section illustrate real-world perspectives on assessment and treatment for an increased understanding of culturally responsive counseling. The final section of the book focuses on ethics and social justice issues. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]



Interactive group counseling and therapy

Interactive group counseling and therapy Author William B. Kline
ISBN-10 0130121002
Release 2003-05-17
Pages 331
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The premise of this book is that group counseling is not individual counseling; and what works for the former likely won't work for the latter. It's a fresh new introduction to the principles, theories and procedures of group counseling and therapy. It's written to show how group work really works, and ensures readers an understanding of how to create and maintain a group environment that actually succeeds in helping its members achieve significant growth and change. It emphasizes unique group processes and a systemic perspective, asserting that the quality of members' interactions is the critical determinant of a group's progress. It addresses all of the essential tasks in planning, conducting, and concluding groups. Other topics include teaching essential membership skills, how to teach group members interaction skills to assist them in personal growth and the process of becoming an effective leader. For professionals in the field of group counseling.