Counseling Single Parents: A Cognitive-behavioral Approach
Author is in private practice, Indianapolis, IN. Outlines eight structured phases providing a natural therapeutic progression for counselors and residents. Topics include cognitive-behavioral theories, techniques for identifying problem areas, and methods to evaluate caregiving responses, and more.
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Background for Counseling and Therapy
Systematic Counseling Phases
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