Table of contents for Practical counselling and helping skills : text and exercises for the lifeskills counselling model / Richard Nelson-Jones.

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What Is Counselling and Helping
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Counselling, psychotherapy and helping
What is counselling?
What is the lifeskills counselling approach?
Create Communication Skills and Feelings
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What are lifeskills?
Creating communication and action skills
Feelings and physical reactions
Create Mind Skills
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The Situation-Thoughts-Consequences (STC) framework
What are mind skills?
Situation-Thoughts-Consequences revisited
The Lifeskills Counselling Model
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Stages and phases of the lifeskills counselling model
Applying the model
Pre-Counselling Contact
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Orientation of counselling service
Physical premises
Advertising a counselling service
Clients making initial contact
Arranging suitable support for trainees
Listening Skills
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The counselling relationship
Active listening
Skill 1: Possess an attitude of respect and acceptance
Skill 2: Understand the client's internal frame of reference
Skill 3: Receive voice messages accurately
Skill 4: Receive body messages accurately
Skill 5: Give small rewards and ask open-ended questions
Show Understanding Skills
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Showing understanding
Skill 6: Paraphrase
Skill 7: Reflect feelings
Skill 8: Use mind skills
Skill 9: Manage initial resistances
Skill 10: Show understanding of context and difference
Concluding comment
Start the Counselling and Helping Process
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Goals for the initial counselling session
Starting initial sessions
Structuring skills
Basic summarizing skills
Starting the counselling and helping process
Referral skills
Crisis counselling
Clarify Problems Skills
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Questioning skills
Challenging skills
Feedback skills
Self-disclosure skills
Assess Feelings and Physical Reactions
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Role of assessment
Why assess feelings and physical reactions?
Physical reactions
Dimensions of feelings
Skills for eliciting and assessing feelings and physical reactions
Assess Thinking
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Skills for eliciting and assessing thinking
Form hypotheses about mind skills to improve
Assess Communication and Actions
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Skills for eliciting and assessing communication and actions
Form hypotheses about communication and action skills to improve
Agree On a Shared Analysis of Problems
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Steps in shared analyses of problems
Some skills for agreeing on shared analyses of problems
Ending initial sessions
Plan Interventions
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Interventions and plans
Choosing interventions
Planning interventions
Considerations in planning
Skills for working with clients
Deliver Interventions
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The counsellor as trainer
Reconnect and catch-up skills
Establishing session agenda skills
Speaking skills
Demonstrating skills
Coaching skills
Interventions for Thinking - 1
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Attend to feelings
Creating rules
Creating perceptions
Creating self-talk
Creating visual images
Interventions for Thinking - 2
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Creating explanations
Creating expectations
Creating realistic goals
Creating realistic decisions
Preventing and managing problems and altering problematic skills
Interventions for Communication and Actions - 1
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Develop monitoring skills
Raise awareness of vocal and bodily communication
Rehearse and role-play
Timetable activities
Interventions for Communication and Actions - 2
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Plan sub-goals and sequence graded tasks
Assist clients to use changing communication//action skills experiments
Use activities and games
Assist clients to use self-reward skills
Use counsellor's aides and help clients to obtain support
Interventions for Feelings
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Assist clients to experience feelings
Assist clients to express feelings
Assist clients to manage feelings
Use of medication
Systematic Desensitization
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Progressive muscular relaxation
Construct hierarchies
Present hierarchy items
Real-life desensitization
Negotiate Homework
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Skills for negotiating homework
Conduct Middle Sessions
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Middle counselling sessions
Length, frequency and number of sessions
Monitoring and evaluating progress
End and Client Self-Helping
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When should counselling end?
Formats for ending counselling
Consolidating skills when ending counselling
Further ending counselling tasks and skills
Client self-helping
Ethics in Practice and Training
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Ethical principles of counselling and helping
Ethical issues and dilemmas in counselling and helping practice
Ethical issues and dilemmas in counselling and helping training
Making decisions about ethical issues and dilemmas
Diversity-Sensitive Counselling and Helping
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Some criticisms of traditional counselling approaches
Multicultural counselling and helping
Gender-aware counselling and helping
Using the lifeskills counselling model with diverse clients
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Contexts for supervision
Formats for supervision
Functions of supervision
Presenting material in supervision
Conducting supervision sessions
The shadow side of supervision
Personal Counselling and Continuing Professional Development
Chapter outcomes
Personal counselling and self-help
Continuing professional development (CPD)
Concluding comment
Review activity

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