Counselling Skills Training: A Sourcebook of Activities for Trainers

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Kogan Page, 1992 - Counseling - 327 pages
This is a practical training resource for use by trainers running any type of counselling skills workshop. Divided into two parts, Part 1 of the book provides all the information a trainer will need to run the activities in Part 2. The manual explains: when counselling skills training is appropriate and what it consists of; how to set up and manage counselling skills workshops; how to evaluate the success of the workshop; the importance of the process of experiential learning (learning by doing); and how to make the best use of the activities included. It provides useful checklists for trainers' use.

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Burnard is with the University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, UK.

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