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Counselling Children

RRP $182.00

'This book is a must have for anyone training to work with children. It combines theory, research-based strategies and direct experience to create a practical, accessible and thoughtful guide. New counsellors will no doubt continue to refer to the book's suggested strategies and media for years to come.'

Dr Samantha Bursnall, Clinical Psychologist, Department of Child and Family, Tavistock Centre, London

This fourth edition of bestselling Counselling Children is a highly practical guide to the skills and strategies which can be used in working with children who are experiencing emotional problems.

The authors cover:

-The goals for counselling children and the counsellor-child relationship

-Practice frameworks for working effectively with children

-Play therapy and using different media and activities

-Building self esteem and social skills using worksheets.

This fully revised fourth edition includes a new chapter on Ethical Considerations; a new chapter covering Historical Background and Contemporary Ideas, helping you understand and demonstrate the evidence base for your practice; and lots more case studies to help you develop appropriate techniques across different settings and at different stages of your practice.

The book is invaluable in the practical skills training of counsellors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, nurses, teachers, and other professionals who work with children.

Dr Kathryn Geldard is adjunct senior lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

David Geldard has an international reputation as a psychologist and trainer of counsellors. He is noted for his work in counselling children and their families.

Rebecca Yin Foo is an educational and developmental psychologist who specializes in working with children and families in her private practice.


Counselling... Me?

RRP $17.99

Although exact figures are hard to come by, statistical surveys suggest that as many as one in four people in Britain suffer mental distress at some time in their lives. This is reflected in the increasing numbers who turn to counseling for help.

But for the majority of people considering this approach there is the added concern of not knowing what they might be letting themselves in for. How does this form of therapy work, and why? How do they choose a counselor? What qualifications should the therapist have? What happens in a counseling session? How long does it take? What sort of results can they expect? When does it end? Without knowing the answers to questions like these, going for counseling is a something of a leap into the unknown; not an ideal situation for someone who may already be under considerable stress. As a consequence, many who could benefit from counseling may hold back and so delay dealing with their difficulties. This book sets out to address the most frequently asked questions about counseling to help readers decide whether this form of therapy could be helpful to them. Through an understanding of the processes involved, what they should expect from a counselor, and the part they will need to play, they should be better placed to make an informed decision about the best course to take.


Principles-based Counselling And Psychotherapy

RRP $363.99

Many current approaches to the treatment of psychological problems focus on specific disorders and techniques that are purported to be effective and distinct. Recent advances in knowledge and theory, however, have called into question this approach. The conceptual framework of transdiagnostic, rather than disorder specific, processes is gaining traction. Alongside this has been the call to focus on evidence-based principles rather than evidence-based practices and techniques. The rationale behind this is that many apparently unique and innovative practices are usually the reflection of common underlying principles. This book describes three foundational principles that are key to understanding both the rise and the resolution of psychological distress.

Principles-Based Counselling and Psychotherapy promotes a Method of Levels (MOL) approach to counselling and psychotherapy. Using clinical examples and vignettes to help practitioners implement a principles-based approach, this book describes three fundamental principles for effective therapeutic practice and their clinical implications. The first chapter of the book provides a rationale for the principles-based approach. The second chapter describes the three principles of control, conflict, and reorganisation and how they relate to each other from within a robust theory of physical and psychological functioning. The remainder of the book covers important aspects of psychological treatment such as the therapeutic relationship, appointment scheduling, and the change process from the application of these three principles.

With important implications for all therapeutic approaches, Principles-Based Counselling and Psychotherapy will be an invaluable resource for psychotherapists, counsellors and clinical psychologists in practice and training. It provides clarity about their role, and a means for providing a resolution to psychological distress and improving the effectiveness of their practice.



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