Counselling Children

Counselling Children

A Practical Introduction

Geldard, Kathryn; Yin Foo, Rebecca; Geldard, David

Sage Publications Ltd

12/2017

384

Dura

Inglês

9781473953321

15 a 20 dias

810

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Introduction to the fifth edition
Part 1 Counselling Children
1. Goals for counselling children
2. The child-counsellor relationship
3. Ethical considerations when counselling children
4. Attributes of a counsellor for children
Part 2 Practice Frameworks
5. Historical background and contemporary ideas about counselling children
6. The process of child therapy
7. The child's internal processes of therapeutic change
8. Sequentially Planned Integrative Counselling for Children (the SPICC model)
9. Counselling children in the context of family therapy
10. Counselling children in groups
Part 3 Child Counselling Skills
11. Observation
12. Active listening
13. Helping the child to tell their story and get in touch with strong emotions
14. Dealing with resistance and transference
15. Dealing with self-concept and self-destructive beliefs
16. Actively facilitating change
17. Termination of counselling
18. Skills for counselling children in groups
Part 4 Play Therapy - Use of Media and Activities
19. The play therapy room
20. The evidence-base for play therapy and counselling children
21. Selecting the appropriate media or activity
22. The use of miniature animals
23. Sand-tray work
24. Working with clay
25. Drawing, painting, collage and construction
26. The imaginary journey
27. Books and stories
28. Puppets and soft toys
29. Imaginative pretend play
30. Games
31. Technology
Part 5 The Use of Worksheets
32. Building self-esteem
33. Social skills training
34. Education in protective behaviours
Part 6 In Conclusion
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child therapy;childrens emotional wellbeing;working with children;psychotherapy with children;child-counsellor relationship;child counselling;child counsellor;play therapy;counselling and psychotherapy