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On Becoming a Counselor: A Basic Guide for Nonprofessional Counselors and Other Helpers #2020

On Becoming a Counselor A Basic Guide for Nonprofessional Counselors and Other Helpers Psychologist Eugene Kennedy and psychiatrist Sara C Charles have brought this already popular book up to date with the medical and psychological advances over the past ten years This book continues to

  • Title: On Becoming a Counselor: A Basic Guide for Nonprofessional Counselors and Other Helpers
  • Author: Eugene Kennedy Sara C. Charles
  • ISBN: 9780824519131
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • On Becoming a Counselor: A Basic Guide for Nonprofessional Counselors and Other Helpers By Eugene Kennedy Sara C. Charles, Psychologist Eugene Kennedy and psychiatrist Sara C Charles have brought this already popular book up to date with the medical and psychological advances over the past ten years This book continues to provide counselors with all the essential tools they need to respond to people s problems with intelligence and compassion.

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    1. I read a lot about psychology and personalities for two main reasons I have to help work with someone who has a mental health issue and I also use the skills and knowledge I get from that experience in my writing, so I got a huge amount out of this fantastic book.Importantly, this is not just for counsellors It can help people experiencing family or relationship problems to deal effectively with their own thoughts, underlying fears and with the personality traits and difficulties others pose, w [...]

    2. I was glad I stumbled upon this read This is a great tool for professional and non professional counselors, therapists, and other helpers such as individuals who may answer calls such as a suicide hotline, etc.It s been completely revamped and revised and re edited since it s first edition and it s a great basic read It covers everything from principles, to emotional involvement most of us I imagine may struggle with this as a therapist , being a self instrument in helping others, plotting goals [...]

    3. This book is a good primer on basic counseling skills however, its focus is on what s wrong with the client than on what to do about it Though, overall enlightening, one will still need training But it s very good at detailing the issues My major problem with it is that it s quite a bit overwritten has a rather dry academic diction and tone and could be about 150 200 pages shorter if the authors dealt with that But that made it rather nice to speed read get through quickly So, all in all, it s [...]

    4. Im currently reading this book and it s for non professional counsellors, but i d recomand this to anyone who find themselves in situations where they have to comfort someone or deal with issues wether it be directly or indirectly related to their own life this is an awesome book and i promise you that you wont regret it.

    5. Strong content Stiff writing style Authors included a few unnecessary and tangential conservative comments.

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