Interviewing and Counselling Skills for CanadiansUnknown - 2007 | Third edition.
Choices is a practical guide that will assist students and professionals in the helping disciplines to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to master effective interviewing and counselling techniques. It successfully combines the theoretical with the practical, offering a step-by-step process for teaching and learning, and emphasizes the notion of a range of skill choices for interviewing, rather than rules and recipes. Key Features: Case examples, statistics and ethical references reflect Canadian realities Challenging exercises promote skill development, conceptual understanding, and self-awareness Basic concepts and models help learners understand the theory and reasoning behind the use of skills "Conversations" sections offer debates on frequently asked questions Chapter 10 deals with multicultural counselling in Canada. Bob Shebib is an instructor at Douglas College, British Columbia. To view all of Pearson Education Canada's Social Work texts, visit our on-line catalogue www.pearsoned.ca/highered . ISBN: 0131976028
Publisher: Toronto : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.
Edition: Third edition.
Branch Call Number: 158.3 She 2007
Characteristics: xiv, 370 pages ; 24 cm