Balancing Acts: Studies in Counselling Training
Psychology Press, 1998 - Psychology - 224 pages
In this book, counsellors, trainers and supervisors discuss the tensions, conflicts and complexities involved in many of the aspects of being a trainer, being a trainee and the elements of counselling training itself. Through innovative research and lively first-hand accounts, Balancing Acts explores both individual trainer development and course design and management in counselling and other training contexts in the helping professions. Using both research and the reflections of experienced counsellors to explore issues that affect their professional practice, Balancing Acts is a valuable resource for all those involved in adult learning.
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On the tightrope
Being a counselling trainer Keeping the plates spinning?
The stresses of being a counselling trainer
Issues of power for women counselling trainers
The cotraining relationship
Aspects of counselling training Juggling or fireeating?
Negotiated learning and assessment
Training volunteers in a noncounselling setting
Training by telephone
Counselling trainees Holding the balancingpole?
An academic invalid in a world of academic excellence
A trainees experience of trauma
Healing the wounded healer
Rainbows and shadows
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