Fifty Activities for Developing Counselling Skills

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Gower, Jan 1, 1991 - Psychology - 222 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Time checklist
6
The activities 1 Accessing your counselling style
8
A question of attitude
15
Asking questions
18
Body talk
23
Challenging problems
27
Changing course
33
Going for goals
120
Is anybody listening?
124
want to tell you a story
127
Johari Window
131
Knowing that I know what I am good at
134
Lets look at that another way
137
Modelling
140
Motivating for change
147

Characteristics of effective counselling
37
Check it out
41
Clarify clarify clarify
44
Combining counselling skills
48
Activities for Developing Counselling Skills f
50
Constructive confrontation
55
Counselling empathy scale
59
Counselling goals
63
Cueing into counselling
67
Dress rehearsal
70
Encouraging sensitivity
73
Finding a focus
78
For the record
83
From strength to strength
87
Getting to the heart of the matter
96
Getting to know you
102
Give me a specification
108
Giving feedback
111
Giving information
113
Pay attention
150
Personal goals
152
Personal satisfactions and frustrations
156
Planning for action
159
Points of view
167
Probing
170
Productive versus unproductive experiences
174
Reading a persons face
178
Resourcing and challenging
181
Starting and continuing conversations
184
their uses and abuses
188
Summarizing skills
192
The processes and stages of counselling
200
Theres nothing so practical as a good model
202
The significant event 205
205
What it will look like how it will feel
210
Will I or wont I do I or dont I?
215
Working on aggression
220
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