Table of contents for Essential counselling and therapy skills : the skilled client model / Richard Nelson-Jones.
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PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
What Are Essential Counselling and Therapy Skills?
PART TWO: THE SKILLED CLIENT MODEL
The Skilled Client Model
The Counselling and Therapy Relationship
Assessing Feelings and Physical Reactions
Assessing Thinking, Communication and Actions
Conducting Initial Sessions
Changing Communication and Actions - 1
Changing Communication and Actions - 2
Changing Thinking - 1
Changing Thinking - 2
Changing Feelings and Physical Reactions
Conducting Middle Sessions
Consolidating Skills and Terminating Counselling and Therapy
PART THREE: PRACTICE AND TRAINING ISSUES
Diversity Sensitive Counselling and Therapy
Ethical Issues in Practice and Training
Supervision and Continuing Professional Development
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