By Richard Velleman
This new version is an quintessential advent to the middle rules of counselling for these attracted to counselling and people contemplating education. It describes the most types of counselling, offers a very good framework for aiding, and introduces the various techniques and key instruments used inside of a counselling dating bargains a stimulating and hugely available advent to the major elements of counsellingRecurring case reviews to demonstrate in actual fact the sensible program of the variety of kinds and methods in counselling and experiential routines are integrated in each one bankruptcy to facilitate the reader's studying and understandingGuides the reader, in an easy, readable type, in the course of the major matters that come up inside counselling/helping relationshipsA ebook to enthuse, excite and empower these considering counselling education, or those that have launched into a direction and wish a vast advent
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Here is an example: sarajane: You’ve told me that you’re concerned about what you’ll feel like after the operation to remove your breast. mary: Yes, I mean all sorts of complications could set in, but . . well, will I look ugly, you know to my husband, you know, er . . will he still want me . . Will it affect me in any way other than physically 34 Foundations and Core Processes . . you know, you hear so much about hysterectomy affecting women – they get depressed and anxious . . will this, this operation do the same ...?
In the middle of the continuum of helping is the use of counselling skills. People can offer all types of help to others, but only some of this help will utilise the sorts of counselling skills that we describe in detail in the next chapter and throughout the rest of the book. Hence some of the helpers in the illustrations above offered help without using counselling skills, whereas others used the same skills as a professional counsellor: seeing the problem from the viewpoint of the person asking for help (as opposed to offering an ‘if I were you’ response), and helping the person to work out what they really wanted and what was best for them.
Help and coercion The idea of seeking help implies that the process is voluntary but this is not always the case. For example, many people receive counselling help because a third party wants them to. They may have been sent by someone in authority, or been asked to come by a family member or chosen to receive counselling because it is a route to get something that they want: for example, many people with drug problems accept counselling in order to obtain methadone, a prescribed opiate drug which they receive if they attend drugs counselling.
Counselling and Helping by Richard Velleman