New directions in counselling
Responds to the major changes affecting counselling - national and European legislation, drive for greater professionalism, accountability, competency and multiculturalism. Considers implications of accreditation and NVQs.
|Published:||London ; New York : Routledge, 1996.|
|Online Access:||E book Academic (EBSCO) Available to Current GSU Faculty, Staff and Students|
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- Part I. Counselling as a Profession
- Chapter 1. Who Will Count as a Counsellor?
- Chapter 2. The Emergence of Counselling as a Profession
- Chapter 3. Accreditation and Registration
- Chapter 4. Counsellor Competence
- Chapter 5. Future Developments in Ethical Standards for Counselling
- Chapter 6. Sexual Exploitation in Counselling
- Chapter 7. Evaluating Counselling
- Part II. Counselling Practice
- Chapter 8. Counselling in Primary Care
- Chapter 9. Counselling in the Workplace
- Chapter 10. Working with Abuse Survivors
- Chapter 11. Working with the Depressed Person
- Chapter 12. Smoking Cessation Counselling
- Chapter 13. New Directions in Stress
- Chapter 14. Working with Narratives
- Chapter 15. Teaching the Principles of Unconditional Self-Acceptance in a Structured Group Setting
- Chapter 16. Parenting Education and Support
- Part III. Counsellor Education and Training
- Chapter 17. Multiculturalism
- Chapter 18. Feminism and Counselling
- Chapter 19. Accreditation of Prior Learning
- Chapter 20. New Directions in Supervision
- Chapter 21. Towards the Construction of a Model of Counselling
- Chapter 22. Beyond Denial, Myth and Superstition in the Counselling Profession
- Name Index
- Subject Index
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