Helping the Client: A Creative Practical Guide

Helping the Client: A Creative Practical Guide

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Helping the Client is the best-selling text, which has long been used as the basis of interpersonal skills training in a wide range of professions from medicine to management. Based on John Heron's well-known six category model, the book presents different forms of helping behavior which can be adopted by any practitioner working face-to-face with a client. Drawing on his many years of experience as a therapist, consultant and teacher, the author explores the contexts and issues associated with these different forms of helping and, for each, describes a wide range of practical interventions for the practitioner to use. He examines the objectives of helping, states of person-hood, the many ways in which helping can degenerate, the preparation and training of the practitioner, and examples ...

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