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This book is for students on basic introduction to counselling courses from around 20 to 100 hours duration. In his highly acclaimed approachable style, Sanders covers all relevant areas of training at this level - theory, personal development and building helping skills.Contents:What is Counselling?; Where do Ideas in Counselling Come From?; The Importance of Self-DevelopThis book is for students on basic introduction to counselling courses from around 20 to 100 hours duration. In his highly acclaimed approachable style, Sanders covers all relevant areas of training at this level - theory, personal development and building helping skills.Contents:What is Counselling?; Where do Ideas in Counselling Come From?; The Importance of Self-Development Prejudice, Oppression; and Counselling Counselling and Helping Skills; What to do When You Reach Your Limits; Ethics and Counselling; Support and Supervision in Counselling; Counselling Contexts and Connections; Who is Counselling For?; Who Does What in Helping?; Some Questions for Counselling in the 21st Century; What Comes Next?; Endings....

Title : First Steps In Counselling: A Student's Companion for Basic Introductory Courses
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ISBN : 9781898059516
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 152 Pages
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First Steps In Counselling: A Student's Companion for Basic Introductory Courses Reviews

  • Ellie Rose
    2018-10-20 19:40

    This was a recommended read on an Introductory Counselling course that I attended and a book that my tutor had raved about. Although I am no longer embarking on that course, I still consider it a worthwhile read and can understand how, for those continuing with their counselling courses it'd act as a base to build their learning on from.Pete Sanders is clearly knowledgeable in the field and has devised a book that not only informs, but educates the reader. Split into useful and sensible areas including; What is Counselling? Who is Counselling for? & Support and Supervision, this book allows you to read it all in one go, or dip in and out to suit your personal preference and training path. It also has a useful margin that features exercises, further information and annotations to further the reading experience.A recommended read for anyone considering taking their 'First Steps in Counselling', or just interested in the field.

  • Michael
    2018-10-17 22:36

    I've given this a pretty high rating as it answered just about all the questions I had about person-centred counselling at an introductory level, gives a very good over-view of other counselling approaches and is written in an engaging and interactive way.Interactive, because there are side panels with exercises, either written, reflective or experiential, to help illustrate the points in the text.A good foundational book.

  • Zlatka
    2018-11-15 01:29

    I was recommended this book on introductory course. It is a good overview, it has similar flow to the course I went to. I would recommend it to anyone interested. It's on introductory level, so it's not only for people studying for counselling, but I think it would give you a good idea if you were seeking a counsellor or if you just wanted to improve your skills (and I think anyone would benefit to certain extend from it...)