Counselling skills and studies / Fiona Ballantine Dykes, Traci Postings, Barry Kopp ; with an introduction by Anthony Crouch
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Counselling Skills -- 1.Using counselling skills ethically and safely -- 2.Establishing a helping relationship -- 3.Working empathically as a helper -- 4.Focusing on the helpee's needs and concerns -- 5.Using self-awareness in helping work -- 6.Using counselling skills -- 7.Using reflection and feedback to enhance counselling skills -- pt. II Counselling Studies -- 8.Preparing to work within an ethical and legal framework as a counsellor -- 9.Understanding the counselling relationship -- 10.Understanding difference and diversity to develop empathic understanding -- 11.Working within a user-centred approach to counselling -- 12.Using theory to increase self-awareness -- 13.Understanding theories of counselling in practice -- 14.Using supervision to support counselling -- pt. III Counselling Study Skills -- 15.Motivation and blocks to learning -- 16.Essay writing skills -- 17.Journal writing skills -- 18.Self-care -- 19.Critical thinking -- and Note continued: 20.Experiential learning -- 21.Research in counselling and helping work.
- 9781473980983 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 312-314) and index.
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