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Practical Counselling and Helping

by Philip Burnard

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0415188830, Paperback)

Practical Counselling and Helping is a practical, jargon-free guide to counselling. It offers clear information about how counselling and helping may be put into practice, whilst acknowledging and discussing its limitations.
Contents include:
* what is counselling and helping?
* basic counselling and helping strategies
* handling difficult situations
* further personal development.
Drawing from a range of counselling methods, and offering a useful and detailed reading list, Practical Counselling and Helping will appeal to all students in the health professions and to all those professionals requiring a clear account of how they might improve their own communication skills.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:27:51 -0400)

This is a practical, virtually jargon-free guide, offering clear information on the difference between counselling and helping, their limitations, and how they may be put into practice.

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