A Counsellor's Companion

A Counsellor's Companion

Author: Kim Billington


ISBN: 1922497665


Page: 272

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Are you ready to refresh the creative sparkle in your work with children and families? Have you been looking for engaging and transformative therapeutic approaches for online and in-person counselling? If so, this book is your golden ticket! A Counsellor's Companion is a masterclass in child counselling, bringing inventiveness back into your practice and giving burnout the boot. This must-read book includes a variety of simple, expressive arts interventions as well as case studies and stories that demonstrate how to facilitate sensitive, imaginative and playful conversations about serious problems. Kim's pictorial focus in helping children share their experiences is revealed throughout, with over 50 stunning illustrations by award winning artist, Tamar Dolev. While the book and techniques are directed towards those living and working with children aged from 4-18 years, many have also proved helpful with adults too. Kim Billington is an esteemed counsellor, clinical supervisor and counselling trainer. This book celebrates her inspirational style and highlights 'what works'-proven methods she has developed to help children and young people over the past 30 years. In this companion guide, Kim also shares dozens of narrative therapy's most effective tools-of-the-trade. Every page will liberate you and increase your skills and confidence. Get ready to be motivated, top-up your tank and energise your practice, with this leap into a world of possibilities and impressive outcomes for children and their families.

The Counselor's Companion

The Counselor's Companion

Author: Jocelyn Gregoire

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780805856842

Category: Psychology

Page: 866

View: 625

Students and recent graduates of counseling and human services programs will consider The Counselor's Companion an indispensible tool to enhance professional practice, knowledge, and skill. The text is a reference-style resource that provides new counselors with a way to bridge the gap between what they learned in the classroom and the challenges they will meet in their practice. Beginning counselors will find concise answers to common questions that will likely arise in the course of their professional development and a reliable reference "companion" as they embark on their careers in the profession. This volume features contributions from counselor educators and professionals in the field, guided largely by the core-curriculum of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Program (CACREP). Information is presented in brief form, making the main points of each section concise, clear, visible, and easily accessible. Readers are also introduced to cutting-edge areas of research.

A Companion to Tudor Britain

A Companion to Tudor Britain

Author: Robert Tittler

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781405137409

Category: History

Page: 608

View: 629

A Companion to Tudor Britain provides an authoritativeoverview of historical debates about this period, focusing on thewhole British Isles. An authoritative overview of scholarly debates about TudorBritain Focuses on the whole British Isles, exploring what was commonand what was distinct to its four constituent elements Emphasises big cultural, social, intellectual, religious andeconomic themes Describes differing political and personal experiences of thetime Discusses unusual subjects, such as the sense of the pastamongst British constituent identities, the relationship ofcultural forms to social and political issues, and the role ofscientific inquiry Bibliographies point readers to further sources ofinformation

Four Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy

Four Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy

Author: Windy Dryden

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134769964

Category: Psychology

Page: 222

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Four Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy provides an essential introduction to and overview of the main therapeutic approaches used in psychotherapy and counselling today. Written clearly and concisely, it will have international appeal as an ideal introductory text for all those embarking on psychotherapy and counselling courses. The authors trace the development of counselling and psychotherapy, and examine the relationship between the two. They then consider the four main models of psychotherapy - psychodynamic, humanistic, integrative and cognitive-behavioural - before focusing on the most popular approach from each, including: person-centred, rational emotive behavioural, and multimodal. Each approach is clearly examined in terms of its historical context and development, its main theoretical concepts, and its aims. In the final chapter these approaches are compared, with the examination of a case vignette from the point of view of each approach by four well-known therapists.