Assessment in Counselling PDF ePub eBook

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Assessment in Counselling free pdf Whilst assessment has long been central to the counselling process, with the moves towards evidence-based practice and increased regulation, it is taking an increasingly pivotal role in service provision. This text helps clarify the nature and purpose of assessment in counselling. It explores the theoretical underpinnings of assessment across the core therapeutic schools and addresses critical differences in the meanings and importance deferred to it. It should be valuable reading for all trainees as well as for practitioners wishing to gain a broad insight into therapeutic practice across the boundaries of the many therapeutic models.

About Judith Milner

JUDITH MILNER and PATRICK O'BYRNE are both freelance brief therapists with the Northope Hall Trust Counselling Scheme for young people who have experienced violence, school children with emotional and behavioural problems, adults with mental health problems and substance abuse. They also work with the Kirklees Domestic Violence/Northope Hall Trust domestic violence scheme which provides counselling for men and women who are violent to their partners. Judith also provides training in solution focussed and narrative therapies for a wide range of professionals. Patrick is also a family mediator with the West Yorkshire Family Mediation Service.

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Author : Judith Milner
Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
Data Published : 17 November 2003
ISBN : 1403904294
EAN : 9781403904294
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 232 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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