This comprehensive overview grounded in the theory and research of the counseling process explores the "how" of counseling, offering readers in-depth coverage of the varied skills they will need to form effective therapeutic relationships with those who come to them for assistance. Speaking directly to helpers-in-training with compassion and humor, Ira David Welch and David Gonzalez cover virtually everything beginning counselors need to know before meeting their first clients. The authors provide both the attitudinal conditions that are important for effective counseling and psychotherapy, as well as the concrete, step-by-step procedures that developing counselors need to master. Ideal for stand-alone use or in conjunction with The Path of Psychotherapy: Matters of the Heart, Welch's companion volume, this is one book you won't want your students to miss.
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"This is the most exciting and complete text for a counseling techniques or practicum course that I have reviewed in 15 years of teaching counselors. It covers virtually everything that a beginning counselor needs to know before meeting a real client. It represents a refreshing and invigorating look at the topics I've tried to teach for years. It is also the first text in 15 years that has tempted me to consider adoption of [another text]."
"This text provides quite a comprehensive overview of the process of counseling and the varied skills which the counselor needs along the way. It is presented in a natural dialogue manner and would be an excellent text to complement a microcounseling skills development focus and in providing a picture of the overall scope and integration of all the pieces of the process of counseling."
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Descripción Brooks Cole, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110534344135