Demystifying the Counseling Process: A Self-Help Handbook for Counselors

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Allyn and Bacon, 2001 - Psychology - 126 pages
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This informal, user-friendly book is intended to provide a journey for author and reader along some of the less-traveled roads of counseling. This book offers insight into some overlooked aspects of counseling, from subtle considerations of initial client contact to the preservation of the counselor's own vitality in a demanding profession. Topics covered in this journey include: attention to the powerful aspects of the language we choose to use; the elements of teaching that are integral to counseling; ethical and moral issues of concern; and potential pitfalls of a profession that draws from the essence of the counselor. For practicing psychologists and counselors.

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This is a quick and easy read. It breaks down the counseling process into a very simple understable format. Of course, you still need to read all the other more detailed books to gain the deeper ... Read full review

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