The professional counselor: a process guide to helping
*Designed for courses in Introduction to Counseling, Counseling Methods, Fundamentals of Counseling, and Techniques of Counseling. *Written for the counseling student who is entering the experiential phase of training. *Provides a conceptual structure for viewing the counseling process and then examines each part of that structure in depth, addressing necessary counseling skills.
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Case Illustration of Possible Counseling Outcomes
The Clients Experience in Counseling
Behaviors Associated with Empathy
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