The Soul of Counseling: A New Model for Understanding Human Experience
Professional counselors and therapists must be prepared to deal with their clients' issues of the human spirit. Medical models and specific techniques are not enoug to foster genuine healing and long-term change. This book offers practical, down to earth aids: awareness exercises, therapeutic techniques, and a new framework for responding to client needs in professional psychotherapy practice. An indispensable resource for counselors who want to provide holistic and meaningful help for clients.
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