Counselling Skills for Health Professionals
Hardcover edition of a text specially relevant to students and practitioners in the health sciences, which provides a basic introduction to counselling in health care. It then focuses on a range of specific instances in which counselling has been of established value, including sexual counselling, counselling for families, counselling for women and counselling for drug users and those who are HIV positive. Includes bibliography and index. The authors are co-authors of 'Psychology for Nurses'.
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Principles and theories of counselling
The effectiveness of counselling
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