Peer Counseling

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Science and Behavior Books, 1996 - Social Science - 422 pages
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This remains the best (and only) handbook for learning to be a peer counselor. After years of success with their first editon, the editors have updated and greatly expanded Peer Counseling with new chapters by additional contributors. This new edition provides the basics of rapidly training college students and others in:

Listening skills
-- Crisis counseling
-- Counseling skills

Cultural and ethnic perspectives
-- Resident advisors

Suggested training curriculum

Chapters from new contributing authors help reflect changes in the work of the average college campus peer counselor:

Ethical considerations
-- Making referrals
-- Date rape
-- Sexual orientation
-- HIV antibody test counseling

Complete with bibliography and index

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Contents

What Is Peer Counseling?
3
Becoming an Effective Counselor
14
Minimal Attending Skills 20 Asking Open
38
Copyright

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