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Learning To Counsel 4th Edition

Learning To Counsel  4th Edition Author Jan Sutton
ISBN-10 9781472138798
Release 2017-09-07
Pages 272
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Drawing on their numerous years experience as counsellors, tutors, and writers, Jan Sutton and William Stewart introduce readers to the basic principles that underpin counselling practice. Written in a clear, concise and jargon-free style, and with its wealth of case studies, examples of skills in practice, and practical exercises, this new edition is an ideal text for those embarking on a counselling or psychotherapy course, trainee counsellors, counselling tutors to use in training, professionals working in the area of health care, management and education, and counsellors working in the voluntary sector. It provides insight into various counselling approaches; clarifies the nature of counselling and the role of the counsellor, and assists readers to develop a repertoire of key counselling skills and qualities, such as active listening, genuineness, unconditional positive regard, empathy, goal-setting, etc. The book also addresses the important issues of ongoing supervision to enhance counselling practice, and counsellor self-care to reduce the risk of burnout.



Learning to Counsel

Learning to Counsel Author Jan Sutton
ISBN-10 1857037960
Release 2002
Pages 196
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This comprehensive book is essential for would-be counselors, those working in the helping professions, and anyone who uses counseling skills as part of their work. With its practical, hands-on approach, a wealth of case studies, examples of skills, illustrations, exercises, and extensively updated resource sections, this updated edition is a valuable tool for tutors of counseling skills courses.



Learning to Counsel

Learning to Counsel Author Jan Sutton
ISBN-10 1857037960
Release 2002
Pages 196
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This comprehensive book is essential for would-be counselors, those working in the helping professions, and anyone who uses counseling skills as part of their work. With its practical, hands-on approach, a wealth of case studies, examples of skills, illustrations, exercises, and extensively updated resource sections, this updated edition is a valuable tool for tutors of counseling skills courses.



Learning to Counsel Develop the Skills Insight and Knowledge to Counsel Others

Learning to Counsel Develop the Skills  Insight and Knowledge to Counsel Others Author Jan Sutton
ISBN-10 0230328806
Release 2010-02-01
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Now in its second edition, this comprehensive book is essential reading for would-be counselors, those working in the helping professions and anyone who uses counseling skills as part of their work. With its practical, hands-on approach, wealth of case studies, examples of skills, Illustrations, exercises and extensively updated resources section, it is also a valuable tool for tutors of counseling skills courses.



Counselling in a Nutshell

Counselling in a Nutshell Author Windy Dryden
ISBN-10 9780857021151
Release 2011-01-19
Pages 134
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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.



Learning to Counsel

Learning to Counsel Author Jan Sutton
ISBN-10 1857032292
Release 1997-01
Pages 176
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The new edition of this popular and userfriendly book has been thoughtfully revised, updated and expanded. Fresh informationhas been added to keep pace with the rapidly advancing field of counselling and psychotherapy.Learning to Counsel, Third Edition, contains an abundance of illustrative graphics, case studies, examples of skills in practice, practical exercises, and sample letters, forms and checklists designed to stimulate learning. Its predecessor appears onthe recommended reading list of several counselling certificate courses.This new revised edition is an ideal text for those contemplating embarking on a counselling course, trainee counsellors, counselling tutors to use in training, professionals working in the area of health care, management, and education, and counsellors working in the voluntary sector.



Counselling Skills For Dummies

Counselling Skills For Dummies Author Gail Evans
ISBN-10 9781118657560
Release 2013-07-23
Pages 352
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Discover the practical skills for helping others. Whether you are considering becoming a counsellor, have to provide some form of counselling as part of your job, or are simply interested in communicating well, Counselling Skills For Dummies provides the perfect introduction to the practical basics of counselling. Starting with a thorough guide to the qualities, knowledge and skills needed to become a ‘listening helper’, the book goes on to provide a framework for a counselling session, helping you to successfully manage a potentially daunting process. Counselling Skills For Dummies, 2nd Edition: Illustrates how you can create a positive relationship between listener and speaker Teaches you how to structure a helping conversation Explains how asking the right questions are important to the progression of the relationship between speaker and listener Shows how you can better understand yourself, which is a crucial step in ensuring that you break down your own barriers to listening



Basic Counseling Techniques

Basic Counseling Techniques Author Wayne Perry
ISBN-10 1463464312
Release 2008-01-21
Pages 362
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Wayne Perry has been a therapist for more than thirty years, but he still hears the same thing from beginning counselors and therapists: Yes, I know what the theory says, but what do I do with this particular client? Drawing on his decades of experience training marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and pastoral counselors, he answers that question in the updated edition of his landmark book: Basic Counseling Techniques. He provides practical suggestions for setting up the therapy room, using audiovisual recording equipment, and conducting those first critical interviews. You'll learn how to: apply nine different sets of clinical tools; select the appropriate tool for the appropriate clinical situation; and improve how you carry out the clinical thinking process. Each chapter concludes with a "Living into the Lesson" section that allows you to participate in experiential exercises to master what you've learned. While designed for counselors and therapists in the beginning of their careers, even veterans in the field will find value in this updated edition.



Thinking Like a Lawyer

Thinking Like a Lawyer Author Frederick Schauer
ISBN-10 9780674032705
Release 2009-04-27
Pages 239
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This primer on legal reasoning is aimed at law students and upper-level undergraduates. But it is also an original exposition of basic legal concepts that scholars and lawyers will find stimulating. It covers such topics as rules, precedent, authority, analogical reasoning, the common law, statutory interpretation, legal realism, judicial opinions, legal facts, and burden of proof.



Self Counselling

Self Counselling Author William Stewart
ISBN-10 9781845285982
Release 2014-03-20
Pages 224
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For some, self-counselling may be a valuable substitute for face-to-face counselling, for others it can provide a support to professional counselling sessions. In this practical self-help book, William Stewart introduces many self-counselling skills and techniques and uses case studies, and exercises working with dreams, imagination and intuition, to develop both a deeper self-awareness and the ability to solve propblems.



Counselling People on the Autism Spectrum

Counselling People on the Autism Spectrum Author Katherine Paxton
ISBN-10 9781843105527
Release 2007-01
Pages 207
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This manual provides counselling techniques that work for professionals, but also for individuals coping with being on the spectrum themselves, or living with someone with an ASD. It shows how to develop the tools to help people on the spectrum cope with their emotions, anxieties, and confusion about the often overwhelming world around them.



Personal Synthesis

Personal Synthesis Author Nash Popovic
ISBN-10 9780954838768
Release 2005
Pages 314
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Personal Synthesis is the most comprehensive model of personal development available. All the areas that play a part in everyday life, such as self-awareness, reasoning, confidence, coping, motivation, communicating, relationships and many others, are brought together and organised into a map. The book provides illuminating insights drawn from many sources for each of them.



A Counselor s Guide to Working With Men

A Counselor s Guide to Working With Men Author Matt Englar-Carlson
ISBN-10 9781119026501
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 408
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This book examines a variety of critical issues pertaining to the psychology of men and masculinity and presents successful, evidence-based strategies for treatment. Part 1 focuses on treating men in couples counseling, group work, and career counseling, as well as counseling men about their health. Part 2 explores the intersections of identity for sexual minority men, older men, and fathers, and discusses spiritual work with men in life transitions. Part 3 addresses the concerns of men in the military, prevention of sexual violence, and treating men with addictions and trauma-related issues. Part 4 provides the specific clinical frames of female counselors using relational–cultural theory with men, and examines using motivational and masculine-sensitive therapy with men. Examples and vignettes throughout the text provide clinical relevance, and reflective questions in each chapter encourage readers to explore their own biases and ideas about working with men. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website.



The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams Foreword by David Powlison

The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams  Foreword by David Powlison Author Heath Lambert
ISBN-10 9781433528163
Release 2011-11-02
Pages 224
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People inside and outside of the biblical counseling movement recognize differences between the foundational work of Jay Adams and that of current thought leaders such as David Powlison. But, as any student or teacher of the discipline can attest, those differences have been ill-defined and largely anecdotal until now. Heath Lambert, the first scholar to analyze the movement’s development from within, shows how biblical counseling emerged from, and remains rooted in, a commitment to the sufficiency of Scripture and the need to give practical help to struggling people. He identifies contemporary leaders—including Powlison, Ed Welch, Paul Tripp, and Wayne Mack—who emphasize the sinner as sufferer, the heart as key to motivation, and the need to interact humbly with critics. Demonstrating how these refinements in framework, methodology, and engagement style are characteristic of a second generation of biblical counselors, Lambert contends this new wave of counselors is now increasingly balanced in their counseling methods. With a substantial foreword from David Powlison and strong support from prominent biblical counselors, this book will help all Christians interested in the fundamentally theological task of counseling to think carefully and biblically about how it is taught and practiced.



Nutrition Counseling in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

Nutrition Counseling in the Treatment of Eating Disorders Author Marcia Herrin
ISBN-10 9781135201821
Release 2013-03-05
Pages 350
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Marcia Herrin and Maria Larkin have collaborated on the second edition of Nutrition Counseling in the Treatment of Eating Disorders, infusing research-based approaches and their own clinically-refined tools for managing food and weight-related issues. New to this edition is a section on nutrition counseling interventions derived from cognitive behavioral therapy-enhanced, dialectical behavioral therapy, family-based treatment, and motivational interviewing techniques. Readers will appreciate the state of the art nutrition and weight assessment guidelines, the practical clinical techniques for managing bingeing, purging, excessive exercise, and weight restoration as well as the unique food planning approach developed by the authors. As a comprehensive overview of food and weight-related treatments, this book is an indispensible resource for nutrition counselors, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, physicians, and primary care providers.



The Generalist Counsel

The Generalist Counsel Author Prashant Dubey
ISBN-10 9780199354535
Release 2013-07-27
Pages 216
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In the past two decades, the General Counsel in many companies has risen in importance, and the GC is now often involved in business strategy from the inception. Consequently, the position has become more desirable, lucrative, and competitive. Those who achieve it are required to be better versed in the same fundamental principles of business practice and leadership as other senior executives. In The Generalist Counsel: How Leading General Counsel are Shaping Tomorrow's Companies, Prashant Dubey and Eva Kripalani offer guidance for lawyers making the transition to company leadership. They describe the steps a lawyer should take to blend legal training with other business disciplines to perform a much broader and more strategic role for the organization. Further, the authors provide a view into the GC role that will enable non-lawyers to better understand how their in-house legal departments execute their role. Through research and in-depth interviews with sitting and former General Counsel and executives in the sphere of influence, the authors identify a deliberate evolution in the fabric and tenor of the role of the GC. The personal stories are not only thought-provoking, but also entertaining. The authors also discuss how this shift is leading to other innovations within the legal profession, such as the evolving relationship with outside counsel, General Counsel demands for new products and services, and models for service delivery that are similar to Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing delivery models.



Crisis Counseling

Crisis Counseling Author Howard W. Stone
ISBN-10 1451409788
Release 1976
Pages 96
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Crisis Counseling is written for persons who seek to provide such assistance, whether as ministers or hotline volunteers or pastoral counselor.