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Counselling Adolescents

The Proactive Approach for Young People

Counselling Adolescents
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"Filled with practical and effective approaches, this book is an asset to anyone wanting to develop their skills in working with adolescents."

Samantha Best, CAMHS Manager and Clinical Nurse Specialist

"This publication is a further invaluable resource to counsellors wanting to work with young people. It offers a 'one stop shop' for any practitioner who wants to understand adolescent development and the need for a counselling approach that parallels this, with helpful strategies for enhancing the counselling conversation and the relationship between counsellor and the young person."

Barbara Rayment, Director of Youth Access, London

"Providing an excellent introduction to counselling young people that is theoretically sound and rich in delivering practical techniques, this book is an important addition to the personal library of counselling students and counsellors"

Associate Professor Sylvia Rodger, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Queensland, Australia

In this third edition of their bestselling text, Kathryn and David Geldard provide a practical introduction to the principles and practices required for successful counselling, to show that working with young people can be both challenging and effective. The book is divided into three main parts, covering:

- how to understand the young client as a person

- the pro-active approach of working with young people

- the counselling skills and strategies needed.

This Third Edition has been completely revised and updated, and includes two new chapters. The first, Maintaining a Collaborative Relationship, identifies ways to engage a young person collaboratively throughout a proactive counselling process. The other, Professional and Ethical Issues, deals with these issues as they relate to working with young people. Additional practical case studies and examples show how counsellors can work pro-actively with this age group.

The book will be of particular interest as a textbook and resource to all professionals who work with emotionally disturbed young people, and will provide an excellent resource for trainees in courses on counselling, social work, psychology, occupational therapy, mental health and psychiatry, nursing, and education.

SAGE Publications; October 2009
321 pages; ISBN 9781446203774
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