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Integrative counselling skills in action / Sue Culley

Main Author Culley, Sue Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Sage, 1991 Description 148 p. ; 22 cm Series Counselling in action ISBN 0-8039-8277-1 CDU 615.851
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

′Excellent basic text′

`This excellent book describes a three-stage model of counselling compatible with similar models.. but using simple, everyday language which allows the ideas and structures suggested to be readily accessible to many people... A valuable addition to the existing books on counselling skills, the greatest value of this book will be to new students of counselling, helping them to identify and practice the skills they are learning. Its very easy, accessible style will make it a welcome addition to many a bookshelf′ - British Psychological Society Counselling Psychology Review

The focus of this book is upon the communication skills which every counsellor needs in order to work effectively with clients. Sue Culley presents an integrative model which describes and organizes these skills into a meaningful and consistent whole in relation to the counselling process. Using an overall framework of the different stages of counselling, she describes the aims of each stage and the strategies and the particular skills used to achieve these aims.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Overview
  • Introducing the Integrative Skills Model
  • Exploration, Contracting and Assessment
  • The Foundation Skills of Counselling
  • The Middle Stage
  • Reassessment and Challenging
  • The Ending Stage
  • Case-study
  • The Beginning Stage
  • Action and Closure

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