Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and


Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques [with eText & MyCounselingLab Code] ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques [with eText & MyCounselingLab Code] By Mark E. Young ❄ – Thomashillier.co.uk This book introduces readers to basic helping skills and advanced helping techniques within an eclectic framework, providing interactive, step by step instructions and practice exercises A straightfor This book introduces readers to basic helping skills Art of PDF/EPUB ì and advanced helping techniques within an eclectic framework, providing interactive, step by step instructions and practice exercises A straightforward writing style discusses the most commonly used techniques, and prepares future practitioners to integrate assessment data, plan treatment, and implement strategies for a wide range of clients Chapter topics include the therapeutic relationship invitational skills reflecting and advanced reflecting skills understanding the client Learning the MOBI :↠ challenging, goal setting, and solution skills enhancing efficacy and self esteem practicing new behaviors new learning experiences and evaluating the effectiveness of helping For counselors, social workers, psychologists, and anyone interested in learning the basic techniques of helping.

  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques [with eText & MyCounselingLab Code]
  • Mark E. Young
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
  • 013447449X

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10 thoughts on “Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques [with eText & MyCounselingLab Code]

  1. Q Q says:

    Helpful for basic skills in listening and performing empathetic gestures however it still subscribes to the outmoded idea of cultural competency and the gender subsection of chapter 12 is the most out of touch description of a binary gender experience I ve ever seen The interchanging of man male and woman female is confused and aimless, and the description of socialization reinforces Western gender stereotypes, a bias the text itself warns about This section about encountering gender differe Helpful for basic skills in listening and performing empathetic gestures however it still subscribes to the outmoded idea of cultural competency and the gender subsection of chapter 12 is the most out of touch description of a binary gender experience I ve ever seen The interchanging of man male and woman female is confused and aimless, and the description of socialization reinforces Western gender stereotypes, a bias the text itself warns about This section about encountering gender differences also does not mention the existence of transgender people Not one passing sentence The gender chapter is new for the 2017 6th edition The APA s guideline for psychologists working with transgender and gender non conforming people in 2015 predates the 6th edition of this book by 2 years Why include a section on gender if the intention was not to describe how to approach working with different gender experiences Why leave out all mention of transgender people

  2. Neene Neene says:

    The author writes in a way everyone could understand It s a skills book but its definitely not boring I had 2 texts for this class plus I had to read the apa manual because my professor was a stickler for apa but this book made it not so bad The other book was boring and I fell asleep reading it alot But this one I read with ease Only thing I wish I had gotten the online component because I d like to have seen if there were videos that corresponded I noticed after I read and watch t The author writes in a way everyone could understand It s a skills book but its definitely not boring I had 2 texts for this class plus I had to read the apa manual because my professor was a stickler for apa but this book made it not so bad The other book was boring and I fell asleep reading it alot But this one I read with ease Only thing I wish I had gotten the online component because I d like to have seen if there were videos that corresponded I noticed after I read and watch the video it sticks better

  3. Caleb Dillinger Caleb Dillinger says:

    An excellent source for learning how to be a better helper, both professional and lay helper It walks you through basic skills and a few advanced ones I also highly recommend having a mentor teacher help you walk through it.

  4. Megan Megan says:

    CNSL 501

  5. t. t. says:

    will do anything to meet goodreads goal of the year pt 2

  6. Diana Diaz-Diurych Diana Diaz-Diurych says:

    Simple language which makes it a good start to learning counseling techniques Was required for my course and supplemented the material well

  7. Rachael Rachael says:

    Excellent textbook.

  8. Pascal Pascal says:

    Basic helping skills book.

  9. Adrian Adrian says:

    This was a class read I am definitely purchasing this book once I graduate.

  10. Claire Claire says:

    More than decent coverage given to issues one may come up against as a he ping professional Many worthwhile exercises and reflection points which at times can seem laborious and task like, bear if done with honesty and effort personal insights useful for a practitioner to know about themselves.The DVD therapy examples aren t always that skilled, in my opinion, and the book does not always highlight such things, so it can help to have some guidance around this if you are not yet savvy in thi More than decent coverage given to issues one may come up against as a he ping professional Many worthwhile exercises and reflection points which at times can seem laborious and task like, bear if done with honesty and effort personal insights useful for a practitioner to know about themselves.The DVD therapy examples aren t always that skilled, in my opinion, and the book does not always highlight such things, so it can help to have some guidance around this if you are not yet savvy in this area Good to have people to discuss things with in general Young s writing style is easy to take in, and his humor and openness is a welcomed addition to his teaching A book you can pick up and put down as needed Chapters are well organized, and the book is easy to navigate around if you need to review skills and knowledge

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