Counseling Strategies and Interventions
"This book provides a concise orientation and introduction to the helping process and the counseling profession. Current issues, such as diversity and multiculturalism, are discussed thoroughly and integrated throughout the book. A unique focus is given to the reader's growth and development as a counselor." New and updated material on diversity and multicultural counseling includes subtopics such as: specialties and trends in counseling, cultural competence, relational and cultural empathy, cultural and gender factors, and working with different client social systems." Anyone with an interest in the helping and counseling professions.
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The Helping Profession
The Helping Relationship
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Sherry Cormier,Harold L. Hackney
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Counseling Strategies and Interventions: Pearson New International Edition
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