Good. [ No Hassle 30 Day Returns ][ Underlining/Highlighting: SOME ] [ Writing: SOME ] [ Edition: First ] Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA) Pub Date: 6/1/1999 Binding: Hardcover Pages: 401.
This is the most brilliant book on developing counselling skills that I now possess. Lots of examples, some exercises, lots of helpful explanations. Good index, good chapter headings. I refer to it often. You can dip in and out at will. I read and re-read bits without being bored. Suitable for level 2 [if you're a book person] and level 3 [UK helping/counselling skills] at least. Because it is APA published it maintains high standards.
Jul 17, 2007
The book was very easy read, as plenty of examples were provided. The chapters are short yet do not leave out any relevant information. It is great for anyone wanting to become a counselor or other type of helper. The book provides practice exercises to assist in further learning. I would highly recommend this text book to anyone learning helping skills. I used it for a graduate level course, but you don't need to be in graduate school to understand and appreciate the information provided.
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