Handbook of Counselling in Organizations

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Michael Carroll, Michael Walton
SAGE, Feb 28, 1997 - Psychology - 363 pages
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This major handbook covers all aspects of counselling within an organizational context,

The authors provide a thorough examination of all the key areas and concerns in the field, including: models of counselling in organizations; assessing the organization for counselling provision; introducing counselling into the organization; how the organization can impact on the counselling process; understanding and working with the organization as a counsellor; evaluating counselling provision within organizations; and training and supervising counsellors working with organizations.

 

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Contents

Models of Counselling in Organizations
7
Models of Counselling in Organizations
29
Internal Counselling Provision for Organizations
42
On Being a Chameleon A Freelance Workplace Counsellors
57
External Counselling Provision for Organizations
74
Understanding Organizations and Counselling
91
The Counselling Consultants Role in Assessing Organizations
111
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About the author (1997)

Michael Carroll, Ph.D. is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. He is an accredited Executive Coach and an accredited Supervisor of Executive Coaches with APECS (Association for Professional Executive Coaches and Supervisors).  

 

Michael is Visiting Industrial Professor in the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol and the winner of the 2001 British Psychological Society Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology.

 

Michael works with individuals, teams and organizations specializing in the theme of learning and wellbeing.  He supervises, coaches and trains nationally and internationally and works within the private and public spheres. He runs the Centre for Supervision Training. He has trained in,  written about and  researched  supervision for over  30 years, both supervising and being supervised.  He has written, co-written and edited 10 book including the following   Training Counselling Supervisors:  Strategies, Methods, Techniques (Edited with Elizabeth Holloway, Sage:1999); Counselling Supervision in Context (Edited with Elizabeth Holloway:  Sage:  1999), The Handbook of Counselling in Organisations (Edited with Michael Walton:  Sage, 1997), Counselling Supervision:  Theory, Skills and Practice (Sage, 1996); Workplace Counselling (Sage, 1996).  

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