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A Safe Place for Change Skills and Capacities for Counselling and Therapy

by Hugh Crago, Penny Gardner

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The study of counselling can be a bewildering experience. Learning to be a counsellor involves developing practical skills, not just acquiring knowledge. And trainee counsellors must reflect on their own behaviour - the theory doesn't make sense without self-awareness. Authors from Uni of Western Sydney.

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