Topics are presented in terms of an argument: key concerns, the underlying assumptions and beliefs about the topic; exploration of possible counsellor responses (relating potential interventions to the assumptions and beliefs of the counsellor); and concluding with general guidelines for professional and ethical practice.
Well referenced and researched, this revised edition updates the discourse on many current themes with new sections including:
" negative consequences of counselling
" issues of mental health and illness
" professional issues
" warnings for practitioners to heed
" challenges to concepts of selfhood
Challenging Blank Minds and Sticky Moments in Counselling: A Revised Edition addresses the skills and issues associated with all levels of counselling, enabling practitioners to reflect on their profession, with the ultimate goal of best possible practice. The text is down to earth, solidly grounded in theory, rich in practical skills and represents an engaging upper level text for trainees on a variety of courses as well as professionals.
|Introduction and Overview|
|Do I Really Have to Sit Here And Listen to Anything, Even When I Think it's Drivel?|
|Articulating Without Words|
|We Can Only Do what We Can Do!|
|What is all this About?|