Counselling children : a practical introduction / Kathryn Geldard, David Geldard and Rebecca Yin Foo.

By: Geldard, Kathryn [author.]
Contributor(s): Geldard, David [author.] | Foo, Rebecca Yin [author.]
Publisher: London : SAGE, 2018Edition: 5th editionDescription: 370 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1473953332; 9781473953338Subject(s): Child psychotherapy | Children -- Counseling of | Children -- Counseling of | Child psychotherapy | AustralianAdditional physical formats: Electronic version: Counselling children.DDC classification: 618.92/8914 LOC classification: RJ504 | .G44 2018
Contents:
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 Beehaviours -- Part 6. In Conclusion.
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General Collection 618.928914 GEL 2018 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available m29640a4870
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Previous edition: 2013.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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 Beehaviours -- Part 6. In Conclusion.

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