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.

‘Just Because we can't talk about the Sessions, doesn't mean we can't Talk’: Professional and Ethical Issues in the Ongoing and Ending Phases of Therapy

‘Just because we can't talk about the sessions, doesn't mean we can't talk’: Professional and ethical issues in the ongoing and ending phases of therapy
Eileen Armstrong

This chapter will examine the professional and ethical issues that can emerge in a school setting during ongoing therapy and at the stage of ending therapy with a young client. Ethical and professional issues appear particularly within the area of confidentiality and communication between the counsellor and other people around the client. The BACP (2006) guidelines for counselling in schools outline the importance of confidentiality for young clients ...

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