This groundbreaking book takes a humanistic approach to counselling young people, establishing humanistic counselling as an evidence-based psychological intervention.
- Therapeutic models for counselling young people
- Assessment and the therapeutic relationship
- Practical skills and strategies for counselling young people
- Ethical and legal issues
- Research and measuring and evaluating outcomes
- Counselling young people in a range of contexts and settings.
Grounded in the BACP’s competencies for working with young people, this text is vital reading for those taking a counselling young people course or broader counselling and psychotherapy course, for qualified counsellors working with this client group, and for trainers.
SAGE Publications; October 2017
- ISBN: 9781526417701
- Edition: 1
- Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure ePub format
- Title: Counselling Young People
- Author: Rebecca Kirkbride
Imprint: SAGE Publications Ltd
In The Press
I welcome this important new guide for practitioners, which builds on the BACP’s Competences for humanistic counselling with young people (11-18 years) (BACP, 2014) to support counsellors to develop effective, ethical and evidence-based practice with children and young people.