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Counselling Children: A Practical Introduction

Counselling Children: A Practical Introduction

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By (author) Kathryn Geldard, By (author) Rebecca Yin Foo, By (author) David Geldard

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  • Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 344 pages
  • Dimensions: 170mm x 240mm x 22mm | 600g
  • Publication date: 17 May 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1446256545
  • ISBN 13: 9781446256541
  • Edition: 4, Revised
  • Edition statement: 4th Revised edition
  • Sales rank: 9,332

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Rich in practical exercises, this is the definitive guide to the skills and techniques used when working with children experiencing emotional problems. Now over fifteen years old, the Geldard's bestselling book covers everything you need to know to work effectively with this age group. This fully revised and updated fourth edition includes: - The goals for counselling children and the counsellor-child relationship - Practice frameworks for working effectively with children - Play therapy and using different media and activities - Building self esteem and social skills using worksheets. The book also has: - A brand new chapter on ethical considerations - A new chapter covering current research, helping you understand and demonstrate the evidence base for your practice - Lots more case studies to help you explore the most appropriate techniques across different settings and at different stages of your practice. This highly practical guide is vital reading for anyone working or training to work with children, whether you be counsellor, psychologist, social worker, occupational therapist, nurse or teacher.

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KATHRYN GELDARD, PhD, is a lecturer and counsellor supervisor in the School of Psychology and Counselling at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia. Her research interests include adolescent peer counselling and counselling effectiveness as perceived by the adolescent client in the QUT Psychology and Counselling Clinic. Kathryn is currently conducting research with Australian Aboriginal adolescents with regard to developing a culturally sensitive peer support program in a regional community. She is the author of a number of textbooks on counselling and has several years experience in supervising and training counsellors.

Table of contents

PART I: COUNSELLING CHILDREN Goals for Counselling Children The Child-Counsellor Relationship Ethical Considerations when Counselling Children Attributes of a Counsellor for Children PART II: PRACTICE FRAMEWORKS Historical Background and Contemporary Ideas about Counselling Children The Process of Child Therapy The Child's Internal Processes of Therapeutic Change Sequentially Planned Integrative Counselling for Children (the SPICC model) Counselling Children in the Context of Family Therapy Counselling Children in Groups PART III: CHILD COUNSELLING SKILLS Observation Active Listening Helping the Child to Tell Their Story and Get in Touch with Strong Emotions Dealing with Resistance and Transference Dealing with Self-concept and Self-destructive Beliefs Actively Facilitating Change Termination of Counselling Skills for Counselling Children in Groups PART IV: PLAY THERAPY - USE OF MEDIA AND ACTIVITIES The Play Therapy Room The Evidence-base for Play Therapy and Counselling Children Selecting the Appropriate Media or Activity The Use of Miniature Animals Sand-tray Work Working with Clay Drawing, Painting, Collage and Construction The Imaginary Journey Books and Stories Puppets and Soft Toys Imaginative Pretend Play Games PART V: THE USE OF WORKSHEETS Building Self-esteem Social Skills Training Education in Protective Behaviours PART VI: IN CONCLUSION Worksheets Bibliography Index