Retaining its accessible format for which it is renowned, this text introduces the basic theoretical and practical skills essential for all health care professionals. New additions include sections on cultural aspects of communication and new evidence from recent research into counselling. Covers the revised British Association of Counselling Code of Ethics and Practice introduced in April 2002. Written for health care professionals and students for whom counselling is part of their role and who wish to take the first step to improving their counselling skills.
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"Acknowledgements Introduction 1. What Is counselling? 2. Psychological Approaches To Counselling 3. Counselling And Self Awareness 4. Culture And Communication 5. Basics Principles And Considerations 6. Maps Of The Counselling Relationship 7. Counselling Skills 1: Listening And Applying 8. Counselling Skills 2: Client-Cantered Skills 9. Counselling Skills 3: Helping With Feelings 10. 10. Information Giving And Counselling In Specific Health care Contexts 11. Problems And Support In Counselling 12. :Learning Counselling Skills 13. Counselling Skills Exercises 14. Extract From A Counselling Conversation 15. Conclusion Appendix References Index "
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Descrizione libro Nelson Thornes Ltd, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 3rd. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0748739769