By Margaret Hough
Belief this bestselling source to supply you with the clearest advent to the key techniques in counselling. Written by means of professional counsellor and bestselling writer Margaret Hough, this textbook presents the clearest evaluation and advent to the topic. It covers the foremost methods to the sector, how they interrelate and the way you could placed them into perform. compatible for a variety of skills from beginning classes to better schooling, it's going to assist you to appreciate the character of counselling, the abilities it is very important enhance and the way to beat the demanding situations chances are you'll face during this profitable career. This new version, now in complete color, presents updated study on issues corresponding to ethics in counselling and the significance of either supervision and person-centred care in residential and sanatorium settings. - Navigate your method simply with the book's transparent language and constitution - Translate idea into perform with practical case reports, workouts and different necessary beneficial properties - increase your wisdom with prolonged assurance of cognitive behavioural remedy, short treatment and on-line counselling - additional your figuring out with improved insurance of operating with more youthful consumers, counselling for trauma and catastrophe and psychodynamic theories
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Extra resources for Counselling Skills and Theory
Trainers often provide their students with specific scenarios or problems, which are then used in the role play situation. The following is an example of a role play brief. There is, of course, a very wide variety of possible problem situations which can be used for role play purposes. Besides the advantages already mentioned, role play also allows you to stop at any stage throughout the session in order to discuss your progress and the skills being used. On the other hand, role play makes it difficult for participants to become involved on a personal level, and it is also surprisingly difficult to be ‘real’ EXERCISE when problems discussed are hypothetical.
Bethan withdrew from counselling once she felt sufficiently confident to deal with her problems. COMMENTARY Many of the stages highlighted in the model described earlier are apparent in this case study. Bethan did, in fact, experience a pre-contemplation phase, and her fantasy about the nature of counselling almost prevented her from attending the first session. She experienced both emotional relief and greater clarity as a result of talking through her problems. Afterwards, she was able to identify important links between past and present and these served to increase understanding, diminish tension and offer some possibilities for management and change.
I didn’t want to go . . What’s the point anyway if I’m going to be made redundant? The others were really enjoying themselves, but I couldn’t get into the mood of it. 3 When my illness was diagnosed I didn’t believe it. I felt the specialist had made a mistake, and I even argued with him about it. 4 My two children are quite different. The younger one never gave a problem, but the elder one was trouble from the very beginning. I have tried not to compare them, but I’ve got to the stage where I just have to admit that Harry is different.