The Art Of Helping
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📒The Art Of Helping In The 21st Century ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒The Art Of Helping ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
✏The Art of Helping Book Summary : This is the ninth edition of The Art of Helping. More than 500,000 copies have been sold over three decades. Literally, millions of people have been trained in helping skills. Many more have been recipients of these skills. The effects upon hundreds of thousand of these recipients have been researched. The results are in: skills acquisition and use are spectacularly powerful. This book explains the essential interpersonal skills needed by professional and lay counselors, teachers, business managers, parents, everyone. All in an easy to understand manner.
📒The Student Workbook For The Art Of Helping ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒The Art Of Helping ✍ Lauren Littauer Briggs
✏The Art of Helping Book Summary : Provides insight and understanding of the feelings people have when they are in a time of crisis and what they need from their support systems, friends, and family.
📒The Art Of Helping Others ✍ Mark K. Smith
✏The Art of Helping Others Book Summary : When searching for someone to help them reflect upon and improve their lives, people tend to be drawn towards those who are compassionate, committed and wise. This book is aimed at those who recognise these qualities in themselves and wish to develop their capacity to engage with and help others. The authors argue for ways of approaching helping and counselling that are rooted in care and commitment, drawing upon the experiences and practice wisdom of youth workers, housing support and hostel workers, the clergy and those working in a religious setting, educators and settlement and community workers. They explore the key characteristics of those who counsel and teach and examine aspects of the helping process, focusing on living life well, knowing and being oneself, relating to others and working to make change possible. This book will be essential reading for students on professional training programmes in youth work, community education, ministry, social care and counselling.
📒Learning The Art Of Helping ✍ Mark E. Young
✏Learning the Art of Helping Book Summary : Students and beginning counselors get step-by-step guidance for developing the skills and techniques they need to effectively help their clients. This sixth edition of the best-selling Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques emphasizes the techniques and skills necessary to be effective in the art of helping, from basic building blocks to advanced therapeutic techniques. The text is practical, innovative, and focused on the relationship between helper and client. The author incorporates the latest research on effective treatments, while offering an integrative perspective. The author's conversational tone is appealing to students, yet the book is carefully referenced for instructors. The goal is to make beginning helpers become "reflective practitioners." "Stop and Reflect" sections, exercises, homework, class discussion topics, and Journal Starters support this approach. The sixth edition includes new sections highlighting issues of culture in research, challenges related to gender differences, and helping skills specific to children.
📒Art Of Helping ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒The Art Of Helping ✍ American National Red Cross
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📒Exercises In The Art Of Helping ✍ Mark E. Young
✏Exercises in the Art of Helping Book Summary : Shows the techniques used in counseling.
📒Zen In The Art Of Helping ✍ David Brandon
✏Zen in the Art of Helping Book Summary : A succinct, uncompromising study of what it means to help other people, this book, first published in 1978, examines the helping process in the light of the principles of Zen Buddhism. Emphasizing the Zen precepts of true compassion, newness and Taoistic change, it explains how a helper can break down the artificial barriers that serve to separate people and hinder the helping process. As the teachings of Zen demonstrate, real compassion involves a selflessness and respect that can bring helper and helped together.