Brief Counselling: A Practical, Integrative Approach

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Mar 1, 2006 - Psychology - 236 pages
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In the rapidly maturing profession of counselling, this book's sensitivity to time as a precious resource, clients' perceptions, evidence-based guidelines and integration of some of the best thinking from several counselling models make it an ideal core text for beginners and reflective practitioners.
 

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Contents

Part II ASSESSING THE CLIENTS CONCERNS
43
Part III INITIATING CHANGE
89
Part IV ENCOURAGING CHANGE THROUGH HOMEWORK
111
Part V COUNSELLING IN THE MIDDLE PHASE
137
Part VI ENDING COUNSELLING
165
Afterword
184
Appendix 1
187
Appendix 2
189
Appendix 4
198
Appendix 5
205
Appendix 6
207
Appendix 7
211
Appendix 8
213
References
215
Index
223
Back cover
237

Appendix 3
192

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Page 1 - Preface to the second edition The first edition of this book was written in 1990/1991 and was my very first foray into the world of books and writing on such a scale.

About the author (2006)

Dr Colin Feltham is Reader in Counselling, Sheffield Hallam University.

Windy Dryden is Professor Psychotherapeutic Studies, Goldmsiths College, University of London.

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