Geldard, Kathryn M. & Geldard, David E. (2006) Counselling Children. In Feltham, Colin & Horton, Ian (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. London, pp. 499-503.
There are a number of therapeutic approaches that do not fall into the category of a distinct theoretical orientation yet have significant identities or areas of applicaton of their own. This chapter adds to the subject of couple, group, family and systems therapies. This chapter highlights the importance of counselling children within the family,and presents an overview of several therapeutic approaches before describing an integrative model for counselling children called Sequentially Planned Integrative Counselling for Children (SPICC)
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