Counselling Children: a practical introduction 2nd edition
Geldard, Kathryn M. & Geldard, David E. (2002) Counselling Children: a practical introduction 2nd edition. Sage Publications, London.
Counselling children is a highly acclaimed text, widely used in practical skills training of counsellors, social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists, nurses and teachers. The book presents the theory and practice of counselling in straightforward, jargon-free terms. Now in its second edition and including two new chapters, the book Counselling Children includes specific counselling skills for use with children, a new integrated model of counselling, how to select and use a range of media, activities and play when counselling children, and the benefits and practicality of combining individual work with children, and family therapy.Counselling Children alsofeatures photocopiable worksheets to use when helping children in specific areas such as developing self-esteem or managing emotions. The third edition due for publication in 2007 will include chapters focussing on counselling children in groups.
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