Introduction to counselling skills : texts and activities / Richard Nelson-Jones.

By: Nelson-Jones, RichardMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Los Angeles, Calif. ; London : SAGE, 2013Edition: 4th edDescription: xii, 330 p. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 9781446210598 (hbk.); 1446210596 (hbk.); 9781446210604 (pbk.); 144621060X (pbk.)Other title: Counselling skills | Introduction to counseling skills : texts and activities | Counseling skillsSubject(s): CounselingLOC classification: BF637.C6 NEL
Contents:
Introduction. Who are counsellors and helpers? -- Creating communication skills and feelings -- Creating mind skills -- The counselling and helping process -- Counselling and helping relationships -- The relating stage. Understanding the internal frame of reference -- Showing attention and interest -- Reflecting feelings -- Starting the counselling and helping process -- Managing resistance and making referrals -- The understanding stage. Assessing feelings and physical reactions -- Assessing thinking -- Assessing communication and actions -- Challenges, feedback and self-disclosure -- Monitoring, summarizing and identifying skills -- The changing stage. Helping to solve problems -- Coaching skills : speaking, demonstrating and rehearsing -- Improving communication and actions -- Improving thinking -- Negotiating homework -- Conducting middle sessions -- Terminating counselling and helping -- Further considerations. Relaxation interventions -- Managing crises -- Multicultural and gender aware counselling and helping -- Ethical issues and dilemmas -- Training groups, supervision and support -- Using technology in counselling / Jane Evans -- Becoming more skilled and human.
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Previous ed.: 2009.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-324) and indexes.

Introduction. Who are counsellors and helpers? -- Creating communication skills and feelings -- Creating mind skills -- The counselling and helping process -- Counselling and helping relationships -- The relating stage. Understanding the internal frame of reference -- Showing attention and interest -- Reflecting feelings -- Starting the counselling and helping process -- Managing resistance and making referrals -- The understanding stage. Assessing feelings and physical reactions -- Assessing thinking -- Assessing communication and actions -- Challenges, feedback and self-disclosure -- Monitoring, summarizing and identifying skills -- The changing stage. Helping to solve problems -- Coaching skills : speaking, demonstrating and rehearsing -- Improving communication and actions -- Improving thinking -- Negotiating homework -- Conducting middle sessions -- Terminating counselling and helping -- Further considerations. Relaxation interventions -- Managing crises -- Multicultural and gender aware counselling and helping -- Ethical issues and dilemmas -- Training groups, supervision and support -- Using technology in counselling / Jane Evans -- Becoming more skilled and human.

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