Counselling children: a practical introduction

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Sage Publications, 2002 - Psychology - 280 pages
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Counseling Children is a highly acclaimed, introductory guide to counseling children and to the practical issues of communicating with children in a counselling context. In this Second Edition, Kathryn Geldard and David Geldard relate the theory and practice of counseling children in a highly accessible, practical, and jargon-free style.

Key Features:
  • Teaches specific counseling skills for use with children, illustrated with carefully chosen case examples
  • Sets out a new model for counseling children which sequentially integrates ideas from a number of therapeutic approaches 
  • Provides advice on how to select and use a range of media, activities, and play when counseling children 
  • Gives guidance on the benefits and practicalities of combining individual work with children and family therapy 
  • Includes worksheets to use when helping children in specific areas such as developing self-esteem and managing emotions


Counseling Children is an invaluable resource for students and professionals in many fields including counseling, social work, psychology, occupational therapy, mental health, nursing and education.

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User Review  - USSangel85 - LibraryThing

Rather practical, good case studies representation, all in all, gets some where in the middle of getting a reaction form a practicing professional, from: "there, yes!" to "not really..." Can be read with minimum disappointments and some practical use to thous who prefer safe-and-sound results. Read full review

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User Review  - Krystal - Goodreads

Reading this for my Masters of counselling (Children and Adolescents) Read full review

Contents

Introduction to the second edition
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Counselling Children
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Goals for counselling children
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