Brief Counselling: A Practical, Integrative Approach
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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Part II ASSESSING THE CLIENTS CONCERNS
Part III INITIATING CHANGE
Part IV ENCOURAGING CHANGE THROUGH HOMEWORK
Part V COUNSELLING IN THE MIDDLE PHASE
Part VI ENDING COUNSELLING
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