Essential skills and strategies in the helping process

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Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1992 - Psychology - 301 pages
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Now available in paperback and offering numerous case studies and examples, Doyle's up-to-date book successfully integrates theory and skills, providing a thorough and applied overview of the field. The book's unique conceptual model walks the reader through how and why to use different counseling interventions. Section One provides an overview of the essential components of the counseling process; Section Two outlines some basic counseling intervention strategies; and Section Three presents the author's comprehensive counseling model.

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About the author (1992)

Dr. Doyle has been working in the field of counseling more than thirty years and teaching counseling courses for twenty-five of those years. He is a professor of Counselor Education at St. John's University in Jamaica, New York. His doctorate degree was earned at New York University. He has been an active member and has held positions of leadership in professional counseling associations such as APA, ACD, ARVIC, and ACES.

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