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Counselling And Enabling By Philip James
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Counselling is best described as Active Listening. It is the process by which we give ourselves to another in a way that says we are listening to them. Perhaps we advise young people or... More > colleagues, perhaps we are talking to a bereaved relative or friend. In all these scenarios and more, when we listen to someone describe the problems they are facing, we are in the counselling process. We are not unique or special when we counsel someone, we are a friend indeed to a friend in need. Having thirty years experience both working as a counsellor and training others, I believe that through learning the underlying communication skills that are fundamental to the counselling process, and combining them with a moderate amount of life and social experience, we can all become competent to counsel those in need. That is the aim of this book, to help the reader acquire the skills, necessary to counsel others, either in their everyday life or as part of a role within the caring professions.< Less
Counselling And Enabling By Philip James
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Counselling is best described as Active Listening. It is the process by which we give ourselves to another in a way that says we are listening to them. Perhaps we advise young people or... More > colleagues, perhaps we are talking to a bereaved relative or friend. In all these scenarios and more, when we listen to someone describe the problems they are facing, we are in the counselling process. We are not unique or special when we counsel someone, we are a friend indeed to a friend in need. Having thirty years experience both working as a counsellor and training others, I believe that through learning the underlying communication skills that are fundamental to the counselling process, and combining them with a moderate amount of life and social experience, we can all become competent to counsel those in need. That is the aim of this book, to help the reader acquire the skills, necessary to counsel others, either in their everyday life or as part of a role within the caring professions.< Less
Counseling Companion By Zahid Ameer
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How To Navigate Your Way Through Addiction Counseling! Many people became victims of addiction because of different reasons. But, according to a survey, the majority of those who get addicted to a... More > substance like drugs or alcohol don't have any idea about what addiction could bring into their lives. Fortunately, there is a thing called counseling, which is a great way to overcome addiction effectively. Below are the information that you are about to learn: + Addiction Counseling Basics + Realize That You Need Help + Realize the Importance of Selecting the Correct Treatment + Work On Identifying the Source of Why You Have an Addiction + Have an Open Mind + Be Honest With Yourself and Others + The Dangers of Not Getting Help When You Need It + And so much more...< Less
Called to Counsel By Matthew Kowalski, Bill Bracco
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This book takes on counseling from a Christian view point and vantage point. It would be helpful for those who are Christian counselors who are using their faith in their practice.
A Counseling Guide By Dr. Thomas H. Carter,
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A Counseling Guide for Beginning Counselors, Therapists, and Psychologists provides information on the counseling process, the skills a counselor needs to be an effective counselor, counselor... More > responsibilities, and compares counseling theories and therapies. Dr. Carter also talks about when a counselor should refer a client. A must read for beginning counselors.< Less
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING By V. Ravi
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The purpose of any education system is not only to foster academic learning but also all-round development of children. Besides cognitive development, schooling also involves appropriate... More > socio-affective development (i.e., self-reliance, self-discipline, taking initiative, independence of thought, understanding relationships with people and environment, responsible action, etc.).< Less
Counsel for the Defense By Leroy Scott
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Counsel for the Defense is a lost 1925 silent film drama directed by Burton L. King and starring Jay Hunt, Betty Compson and House Peters. Excerpt from:... More > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counsel_for_the_Defense Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Consummate Counsel By Dirk Wild
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Dirk has done it again with this marvellous compendium of guidance for the weak minded modern chum. Dirk has known Wimmin and this is what they have told him, but is it true? Dirk has tested each bit... More > of it with the science and the result is page after page of Consummate Counsel certified by himself. You will be better for it you know.< Less
Unconditional Counsel By Arnita R. L. Lewis
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This novel takes on the task of dealing with relationships: Marriage, fornication, adultery, divorce, sexual immorality and a relationship with God. Erica loves her family, but she... More > doesn’t really know how to love herself and how can that be love; truly? She finds herself in turmoil with every relationship and the most important relationship, which should be with God is in the most trouble. In the midst of it all, lust and loves will be lost and lives will be changed forever. Some will learn that you cannot live this life without God; even if it is your belief; Not to Believe. "May He give to you according to your heart, and all your counsel may He fulfill." Psalm 20:4 NASB< Less
Counsels and Maxims By Arthur Schopenhauer
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A key focus of Schopenhauer’s philosophy was his investigation of individual motivation. Before Schopenhauer, Hegel had popularized the concept of Zeitgeist, the idea that society consisted of... More > a collective consciousness which moved in a distinct direction, dictating the actions of its members. Schopenhauer, a reader of both Kant and Hegel, criticized their logical optimism and the belief that individual morality could be determined by society and reason. Schopenhauer believed that humans were motivated by only their own basic desires, or Wille zum Leben ("Will to Live"), which directed all of mankind.< Less