'Integrative Counselling Skills in Action' has been updated & this new edition offers new material showing how to cope with demanding situations and use counselling skills successfully. It also includes a new extended case study.
One of the pioneering studies that informed the development of counselling skills analysed and described the microskills used by counsellors in the United States ( Truax and Carkhuff , 1967 : 18 ) . Many other studies have built on this ...
Author: Sue Culley
Basic Counselling Skills is a step-by-step guide for all who use counselling skills as part of their role. Counselling skills are used by professionals and volunteers to help others in a wide range of circumstances and settings - including health care, social work, education and agencies which provide specific advice and support to the public. This book supports the training and practice of such helpers, by providing a straightforward introduction. Divided into concise learning units, the book describes each skill and gives examples of its use in practice. Activities are also provided for practicing skills as they are introduced.
Unlike in formal counselling and psychotherapy , helpers who use basic counselling skills are often already in dual relationships with clients : for example , supervisor - worker , speech therapist - patient or hotel manager - guest .
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones
An introductory course suitable for professionals in health, social services, education and the voluntary services who are involved in counselling people with special educational needs.
counsellor should not attempt to hold on to the client or make him dependent on the relationship , for this discourages ... therapy although a booklet \\ Forever Ad wodhest bird # $ 27 PLAY ROOM 8 Counselling skills : participant's manual.
Author: Brenda Mallon
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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. It illustrates how you can create a positive relationship between listener and speaker and how asking the right questions is so important to the progression of that relationship. It also shows how you can better understand yourself, which is a crucial step in ensuring that you break down your own barriers to listening.
The Skilled Helper Person Centred Counselling in Action Counselling Skills and Theory The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy An Incomplete Guide to Using Counselling Skills on the Telephone Supervision in the Helping ...
Author: Gail Evans
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This counselling skills book will equip you with the necessary knowledge, skills and qualities to work with people in a range of different roles and settings. It defines counselling skills and introduces key skills including: listening and responding skills, empathy and different models, tools and techniques. Further chapters explore the importance of skills practice and self-awareness; ethics, boundaries and confidentiality; working remotely; working with difference and diversity, and different professional roles. Throughout, case studies show you how these skills can make a difference in practice, while exercises, including a student journal feature, help you reflect on your own attitudes to enhance your reflective practice. This book is an accessible guide to the BACP counselling skills competence framework for trainee counsellors and those using counselling skills as part of another professional role.
A wide range of roles that offer support, care and assistance can be built on a foundation of counselling skills. Understanding the relationship between the primary professional role and the counselling skills ensures that the support ...
Author: Traci Postings
From leading skills expert Richard Nelson-Jones, this third edition remains the most accessible and practical introduction to the basic counselling skills essential for the helping professions. Steeped in vivid case examples, experimental activities and therapeutic dialogue, this book provides a thorough, step-by-step guide to the subject, working through each stage of the helping process. The key skills covered include: - Starting, structuring and summarizing the helping process - Active listening - Offering challenges and feedback - Facilitating problem solving - Improving clients' self-talk, rules and perceptions - Coaching, demonstrating and rehearsing - Managing resistance and changing referrals - Conducting middle sessions and terminating help Accessible, practical and concise, this bestselling book also discusses ethical issues and dilemmas, multicultural and gender aware helping, providing a master class for anyone using counselling skills in the course of their work.
Sometimes, as in the case of Gerard Egan's textbook The Skilled Helper, the term helper is used as a generic term to cover all those engaged in using counselling and helping skills, be they counselling and psychotherapy professionals or ...
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones
The third edition Counselling Skills for Dieticians has been fully revised and updated to reflect the recent developments, research and interests in the field. It explores the skills required for dietetic counselling, and includes frequent examples of dialogue from patient consultations, as well as exercises and activities so that the reader can undergo experiential learning relevant to their practice. Includes examples from daily practice to illustrate the difficulties encountered by dietitians and demonstrate the application of counselling skills Clearly explains theoretical models of accepted counselling practice underpinning the skills described Has been updated to include additional information on topics such as assertiveness skills and eating distress Addresses practical and psychological issues faced by dietitians and patients Includes the latest research evidence for counselling skills in dietetic practice Draws upon research evidence, theory and experience from the fields of psychotherapy and counselling Now provides access to a range of supportive online material including videos of consultations, case studies and resources for trainers
In view of the everincreasing emphasis on lifestyle change and preventive measures in health care , it is intended that Counselling Skills for Dietitians will also benefit a wider range of health professionals . ' Counselling Skills for ...
Author: Judy Gable
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Exhaustive work pressures, unmanageable deadlines, and over-stressed work schedules, often lead a manager to a situation, where he/she fails to perform upto his/her potential. At that point of time, counselling becomes mandatory for mental healing and positive outlook. In the second edition, the book continues to focus on counselling concepts by delving on the issues of termination and follow-up, while discussing Counselling Procedures. The concept of REBT (Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy) has been examined to help the counsellors improve or enhance the behaviour of clients through counselling. While discussing organizational application of counselling skills, a detailed analysis dealing with clients in crisis and trauma has been deliberated, that has a great relevance in today’s challenging environment. Further, a section has been specifically devoted to ‘Counselling Women’, as they have to encounter different kinds of issues in both personal and professional lives. A comprehensive model of ethical decision-making has been added into the chapter, ‘Ethics in Counselling’. The book is designed for the postgraduate students of management and organizational psychology. Besides, the book will also be useful for the practising managers and counsellors.
the skills of counselling. Use of counselling skills in business organization is still a relatively new concept and one that has tremendous potential for increasing individuals and their organizational effectiveness.
Author: SINGH, KAVITA
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Category: Business & Economics
This second edition is a step by step practical guide to counselling skills for trainees and practitioners. It presents key skills clearly and concisely.
he previous chapter provided an introduction to the idea that counselling can be viewed based on the application of a set of skills and discussed the ideas of important counselling skills theorists such as Carkhuff, Egan, Hill and Ivey.
Author: McLeod, John
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
This is a practical book written for teachers who are involved in pastoral work with students aged 11-18 in mainstream education. The basic listening and responding skills are described with examples relevant to a school setting.
Other courses were soon established in other parts of the country with the emphasis varying from the therapeutic to careers guidance. At first it looked as if eventually there would be a counsellor appointed in every school.
Author: King, Gail
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)