Counselling with Children and Young People provides a distinctive focus on child therapy in school settings, addressing in a unique level of detail. The authors adopt a broad ecosystematic, integrative approach that takes into account the factors of family, school and wider community, placing emphasis on significant development and attachment issues.

Intervening to Work with Other Relationships

Intervening to work with other relationships
Fiona Peacock

Introduction

The practicalities of living and counselling in a community such as a school can lead us to reflect on how to respond to people outside of the counselling room. All students in a school/college are clients, some actual, some potential. The majority will never use the counselling service and wouldn't need to use the containment from the therapeutic frame of individual counselling. They are normal, ordinary, developing human beings in an ordinary dynamic community, in as much as any human is ‘normal and ordinary’ and any educational establishment is ordinary. However, they still have something to gain from the experience of a counsellor operating as part of ...

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