The Helping Relationship: Process and Skills
The seventh edition of this work uses examples and step-by-step outlines of how to begin developing basic counselling skills. Important personal issues of being a helper are raised for the reader to consider as they enter professional roles.
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Characteristics of Helpers
The Helping Process
Helping Skills for Understanding
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