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The practice of collaborative counseling & psychotherapy [electronic resource] : developing skills in culturally mindful helping / David A. Par.̌

Author/Creator:
Par,̌ David A., author.
Publication:
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, 2017.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (477 pages) : illustrations
Series:
Sage knowledge.
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Other Title:
Practice of collaborative counseling and psychotherapy
Subjects:
Psychotherapy -- Cross-cultural studies.
Counseling psychology.
Ethnopsychology.
Counseling psychologist and client.
Psychotherapist and patient.
Summary:
Collaborative Helping Skills is a T1 for courses in the helping professions that helps students learn the basic skills of helping. The course is a requirement for any student in counseling, psychotherapy, or social work as it prepares the student for the work they will be doing with clients. This book has a focus on developing skills that are collaborative by involving the client in the helping process/solution and it has an integrated focus on multicultural skills and social justice. The book first outlines the basic process of counseling and counselor self care, then goes into conversation and counseling, receiving, attending, listening, positive regard, empathy, and connection. Then the author moves into the basics of developing a relationship with the client as well as relating ...
Notes:
Part of the SAGE Knowledge collection.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 448-468) and index.
Description based on MARC record for print version.
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Print version :
Print version :
ISBN:
9781544308456
OCLC:
1027146357
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.