The Helping Relationship
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📒The Helping Relationship ✍ Lawrence M. Brammer
✏The Helping Relationship Book Summary : Describes in nontechnical language the human helping process and provides a road map through th complex concepts and research on helping. Aimed at self help.
📒The Helping Relationship ✍ Augustine Meier
✏The Helping Relationship Book Summary : The increased use of and emphasis on managed care, manualized treatment protocols, evidence-based treatments and quick treatments have marginalized the role of the helping relationship in the helping professions. This shift has sparked a debate within the helping professions over whether the helping relationship or technique is primarily responsible for healing and change. The Helping Relationship weighs in on this debate, arguing that healing and change always take place within the context of relationships and that the relationship is more important than the technique. While recognizing the value of techniques, the authors valorize the helping relationship, considering it in unconventional contexts, such as formal education, supervision, and faith communities to show its flexibility and efficacy. This alternative approach adds a new perspective on the helping relationship debate, shedding new light on the roles of relationship and technique in the healing process.
📒Personhood Professionalism And The Helping Relation ✍ Eleanor Allgood
✏Personhood Professionalism and the Helping Relation Book Summary : Explores the link between the professional and the personal within the counselling, guidance and therapeutic relation. In a year-long dialogue the two authors seek to understand ghe core qualities in the relation between the helper and the helpee. The concepts power, energy, wholeness, emancipation and interdependency are discussed as components in the professional relation between persons.
📒Process Consultation Revisited ✍ Edgar H. Schein
✏Process Consultation Revisited Book Summary : A new member of the renowned PH OD Series! The latest addition to the author's well-loved set of process consultation books, this new volume builds on the content of the two that precede it while expanding to explore the critical area of the helping relationship. Process Consultation Revisited focuses on the interaction between a consultant and client, and explains how to achieve a healthy helping relationship. Whether the advisor is an OD consultant, therapist, social worker, manager, parent, or friend, the dynamics between advisor and advisee can be difficult to understand and manage. Schein creates a general theory and methodology of helping that will enable a diverse group of readers to navigate the helping process successfully.
✏Interviewing and Change Strategies for Helpers Fundamental Skills and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions 6th Book Summary : This respected text skillfully combines evidence-based interviewing skills and cognitive-behavioral intervention change strategies applicable to a wide range of client ages, cultural backgrounds, and problems in living. The book interweaves attention to conceptual and empirical foundations with an emphasis on practical skills and real-life factors in contemporary settings with diverse clientele. Long commended for its synthesis of up-to-date professional knowledge with case models, learning activities, and guided feedback, INTERVIEWING AND CHANGE STRATEGIES FOR HELPERS: FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS, Sixth Edition, is a comprehensive book equally well suited to comprehensive courses and more specialized courses dealing with practice domains such as interviewing, relationship building, and assessment; empirically supported intervention strategies; and topical foci such as stress management, cognitive change interventions, and working with affect management and relapsing populations. The comprehensive, up-to-date features of this book make it one that students tend to retain for later reference in their professional work. In addition, you now have new options for using the book for more specialized needs: a bound version of the first half of the book for courses focusing on interviewing, relationship building, and assessment (ISBN 0495143928) and a bound version of the second half of the book for courses focusing on empirically supported intervention strategies (ISBN 0495143936). These valuable additions complement a proven instructional format focusing on essential knowledge, skills, values, and tools needed by today’s professional helpers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Communication Skills In Helping Relationships ✍ Vonda Olson Long
✏Communication Skills in Helping Relationships Book Summary : Vonda Long's fresh approach to the counseling process focuses on the important and essential communication skills necessary for all potential counselors. Her emphasis on personal growth makes the book engaging and helps students understand themselves as they practice and learn how to become thoughtful and empathic helpers. The book is organized into an operational, structural framework for the helping process that incorporates outcome and process goals, philosophy of growth, communication, and facilitative skills. The author does not purport hers be the only possible framework, only a suggested framework that has been used successfully. The framework is based on the 3 R's: Rights, Respect, and Responsibility.
📒Helping Relationships With Older Adults ✍ Adelle M. Williams
✏Helping Relationships With Older Adults Book Summary : Helping Relationships with Older Adults: From Theory to Practice examines the fundamental theoretical perspectives of the aging process with an emphasis on the healthy aspects of aging. Taking a comprehensive approach, author Adele Williams addresses various therapeutic methods as she highlights the strengths and resiliency of the older population. Exercises and case studies demonstrate key concepts and promote skill development by allowing students to experience the various challenges in the lives of older clients.
📒Initial Interviewing What Students Want To Know ✍ Tricia McClam
✏Initial Interviewing What Students Want to Know Book Summary : Modeled after the question-and-answer format of a student-centered classroom, McClam and Woodside’s INITIAL INTERVIEWING: WHAT STUDENTS WANT TO KNOW is a practical, concise guide to the complicated process of interviewing, with alI its many facets, nuances, and challenges. Each section of the text begins with a commonly heard student question, enabling faculty to provide a useful and relevant resource that is clear, topical, and addresses students’ concerns as well as the practical aspects of interviewing. This insightful text is accompanied by an extensive interactive video resource presenting model interviews in different settings and with different clients, practitioners sharing their experiences, the nuts and bolts of interviews, and much more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Fundamentals Of The Helping Process ✍ Richard D. Parsons
✏Fundamentals of the Helping Process Book Summary : Authoritative yet accessible, Fundamentals of the Helping Process, Second Edition, meets the training and skill-development needs of novice and experienced practitioners. The realm of professional helpers has grown to include community workers, educators, clergy, paraprofessionals, and peer counselors. Tapping the most recent research, Parsons introduces readers to theories, techniques, skills, and processes within a framework that prizes and respects unconditional valuing and carethe hallmarks of human helping. The latest edition includes discussions of a solution-focused approach, materials reflecting stage-based models of change, expanded coverage of the value and utility of theory as the framework of reflective practice, and Keystones of Helping, succinct reminders of each chapters main points. Engaging real-life cases demonstrate the applicability of key concepts, and interactive exercises animate skill development and personal reflection.
📒Becoming A Helper ✍ Marianne Schneider Corey
✏Becoming a Helper Book Summary : This book conveys the 'how' and 'why' of counseling as it helps you understand the struggles, anxieties, and uncertainties you'll encounter on the road to becoming an effective helper. This edition includes useful new information on ethics, diversity, and social activism. As you progress through the book's self-assessments and inventories that encourage the self-reflection process ---along with discussions on the reality of what it is to be a helper---you'll be able to examine your own motives and aptitude for becoming helpers.