Personal Development in Counsellor Training
This new edition explores:
@! the importance of personal development and the core concepts that underpin it
@! the aims, commonalities and differences of personal development in different settings and levels of training
@! the key differences in theoretical approaches and their implications for personal development
@! communication and relationships between counsellors and professional organizations, society, and the 'virtual' world, with all its demands on identity, privacy and congruence.
@! the trainee and trainer and the challenges of personal development.
Packed full of vivid accounts of personal experiences, questions and points for reflection, this book will prove an essential companion for anyone wishing to grow personally and professionally as a therapist.
Hazel Johns is a Fellow of BACP, and has been for many years a trainer, supervisor and BACP-accredited counsellor.
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- Paperback | 216 pages
- 170 x 242 x 12.7mm | 360g
- 05 Mar 2012
- Sage Publications Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
Other books in this series
05 Mar 2012
Table of contents
The Contexts of Counselling Training
Why Personal Development ?
Communication and Relationships in the 2010s
Counselling Training: Aims and Levels
Theoretical Differences and Personal Development
Trainees and Personal Development
Trainers and Their Courses
A Curriculum for Personal Development: Contradiction or Paradox?
Personal Development through Individual Exploration
Personal Development through Structured Activities
Personal Development through Groups
Ian Horton, formerly of University of East London
About Hazel Johns