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Choosing A Counselling Or Psychotherapy Training

Author : Sylvie K. Schapira
ISBN : 9781134619184
Genre : Psychology
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There are a bewildering number of counselling and psychotherapy courses on offer: yet often trainees are not fully aware of the implications of their choice of course for their time, finances and future career until they have already begun training. Choosing a Counselling or Psychotherapy Training takes the reader through all the stages of the therapeutic training path, looking at everything from starting a course to employment prospects. Informative and realistic, the book includes: * Theoretical approaches to counselling and psychotherapy * Preparation for starting a course: costs and course content *Qualifications, registration, accreditation and research *Careers in therapy Choosing a Counselling or Psychotherapy Training is essential preparatory reading for all those embarking on counselling or psychotherapy courses, as well as for trained counsellors and therapists considering their career development.

A Beginner S Guide To Training In Counselling Psychotherapy

Author : Robert Bor
ISBN : 9781848608603
Genre : Psychology
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'This book will be of interest to anyone who may be considering training for a career in counselling and psychotherapy.... This text provides the reader with a considerable amount of information that may be used to select and hopefully successfully complete the right programme of study pertinent to their specific requirements. It maintains a good balance of being honest about the often rigorous and intense task of completing training, as well as being kindly reassuring that success can be achieved if approached in the right manner with sound advice being given throughout on how this may be carried out effectively' - Jacqueline A Lawrence, Counselling Psychology Review This highly practical and informative book is designed for all who are considering training in counselling, counselling psychology or psychotherapy. To secure work within these increasingly professional and competitive fields, candidates need to have the appropriate training and qualifications. While theoretically, and in practice, the professional groups have much in common, each has its own distinct training routes and qualifications which can be confusing for the newcomer. A Beginner's Guide to Training in Counselling & Psychotherapy sets out clearly the range of options for trainees including the professional pathways and main theoretical models available to them. Drawing on their vast experience as trainers, practitioners and former trainees, the contributors provide insights into what to expect from training and offer clear advice to help the reader: - select the right training - identify personal qualities which make them suitable or unsuitable - make a successful application - get the most out of training This book is the ideal starting point for anyone considering training in counselling, counselling psychology or psychotherapy. Trainers who want to provide students with an overview of the training process will find this an excellent text to recommend as initial or pre-course reading.

The Student Guide To Counselling Psychotherapy Approaches

Author : Adrian Pennington
ISBN : 9781446290880
Genre : Psychology
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This pocket guide to modality approaches in counselling & psychotherapy is a one-stop-shop for trainees on introductory counselling courses. It describes 12 models of therapy, as well as introducing the origins of counselling and providing guidance and tips on practical issues like time-keeping, supervision, endings and boundaries. Each short approach-specific chapter has a consistent structure which allows easy comparison and cross-referencing between the modalities. The chapters cover - origins & background - big names & big ideas - how the approach works & who it's for - critical considerations - identifying features - reflection & summary - learning ideas & suggested reading This book is essential reading when choosing a professional counselling training in which to specialise, or if you just want an overview of other counselling modalities outside of your own. Those trained or training in wider metal health and psychology will also find it an useful overview of counselling approaches. Adrian Pennington is a Counselling Psychologist, Performance Psychologist, Clinical Supervisor, Trainer in Counselling and Mediator.

What You Really Need To Know About Counselling And Psychotherapy Training

Author : Cathy McQuaid
ISBN : 9781317815389
Genre : Psychology
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Becoming a counsellor or psychotherapist is a transformative and life-changing experience. Some trainees manage this process well, while others struggle to come to terms with the personal impact of their training. In What You Really Need to Know about Counselling and Psychotherapy Training, Cathy McQuaid provides an in-depth but accessible guide to the processes of understanding individual motivations for wanting to undertake training and choosing the most appropriate course. Backed by extensive research, the book explains the training process from beginning to end, covering topics including: entry requirements, course curriculum and terms and conditions of training; the training relationship and group process; the challenges of training; the outcomes of counselling and psychotherapy training. McQuaid leads the reader through the process of choosing a course, working with the course leader and with a group of peers and considering potential employment prospects upon completion. Prompting the reader to consider their own personal, professional and educational needs within the framework of training, this is essential reading for anyone thinking of training as a counsellor or psychotherapist and for trainers and training course providers.

Setting Up In Independent Practice

Author : Robert Bor
ISBN : 9780230368040
Genre : Psychology
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Working in independent practice can be attractive to therapists for a myriad of reasons; however, the practical challenges can also seem considerable. How can you negotiate these challenges to build a thriving counselling practice that fits with your personal aims and professional ambitions? For example: • What do you need to consider when choosing your practice location? • Where does marketing and promoting your practice fit in? • How can you build a support network when working independently? These questions, and many more, are discussed in this compact guide. Written by two highly regarded authors and practitioners, the book gives hands-on advice and support in planning, setting up and running independent practice. Packed with tips, tools and practical strategies for you to find your own way of working, the book: • Explores issues of engaging with clients, from the first client intake interview to practical arrangements for holiday periods • Discusses managing your finances, including setting fee structures and the pros and cons of doing your own accounts • Pinpoints risk factors for working in independent practice and discusses practical ways to manage these • Encourages you to assess your own practice through reflective exercises An in-depth and practical guide to working independently, this is an indispensable tool for both counselling and psychotherapy trainees considering their career options post-qualification, and established practitioners looking to refine their practice and revisit their skills in light of changing ambitions and circumstances.

Handbook Of Group Counseling And Psychotherapy

Author : Janice L. DeLucia-Waack
ISBN : 9781483321370
Genre : Education
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The most comprehensive and thoroughly researched text available on this topic, Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy, Second Edition underscores the notion that group work is improved through increased collaboration between researchers and practitioners. Edited by renowned leaders in the field, this thoroughly updated and revised Second Edition explores current literature and research and offers suggestions for practice in psycho-educational, counseling, and therapy groups. The Handbook is divided into five main sections: current and historical perspectives, best practices, multicultural and diverse groups, groups in special settings, and an introduction to special topics.

How To Choose A Psychotherapist

Author : Andrew Symington
ISBN : 9781780496764
Genre : Psychology
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The demand for psychotherapy and counselling is greater than ever. More and more people are enrolling on psychotherapy and counselling courses; the number of different associations in this industry has doubled and everyone knows someone who is in therapy or at least thinking about it. So are standards of practice being sacrificed while we are trying to keep up with the demand? Are the right people training to be a psychotherapists? Have you got the right psychotherapist?'This little book is written for patients. It is a challenge to action. Do not be satisfied with a malingering treatment. Gird your loins and challenge your psychotherapist and be prepared to go to a new one. It is worth the trouble to find the right person. Psychotherapy is a long and expensive process so ensure that youy make it effective. It is your responsibility to find the right person. This book is a guide to help you in that search.'- From the Introduction.

How To Survive Counsellor Training

Author : Rowan Bayne
ISBN : 9781137047205
Genre : Social Science
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Training to be a counsellor can be an intense and demanding experience, full of stresses and anxieties. It can also be positive and fulfilling. This easy-to-use guide can help you make the most of your training so that you survive - and, importantly, enjoy - your course. From choosing a course to writing a report, the book examines the biggest and passively most daunting issues you will face on the way to becoming qualified. The information is presented in easily digestible, bite-size chunks, so that you can dip in and out of the text as your training programme – and your understanding – progresses. Drawing on the authors' extensive teaching experience and the wider literature, How to Survive Counsellor Training: • Provides a realistic and reassuring advice at every stage, in order to reduce anxiety and allow you to grow in confidence • Informs your choices and suggests possible actions and strategies • Explains the rationale behind some aspects of training, offering hints about how to get the most out of the experience • Helps and encourages you to take care of yourself and pay attention to your own personal development • Warns you about some of the challenges you might face and suggests strategies for coping with them. Clearly structured and a pleasure to read and use, this text is aimed at prospective and beginning trainees and will prove a practical and stimulating reference for counsellors throughout their training and beyond.

Making Successful Decisions In Counselling And Psychotherapy A Practical Guide

Author : Lane, David
ISBN : 9780335244348
Genre : Psychology
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Drawing on both the existing literature and a range of practical exercises, Making Successful Decisions in Counselling and Psychotherapy provides invaluable guidance on how to tackle the task of decision-making in 'real world' counselling and psychotherapeutic settings in order to develop a systematic, effective and creative approach.

Online Counselling

Author : Gill Jones
ISBN : 9780230364431
Genre : Psychology
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Online counselling is becoming increasingly popular, but working with clients through the internet presents new challenges for practitioners. Is it really safe and confidential? How can clients build rapport with their therapist without face-to-face contact? Can feelings really be expressed through text? This book gives invaluable advice on the technical and therapeutic aspects of online work from two seasoned experts. Clear, supportive and very practice-friendly, Online Counselling explores the ways counsellors can use the internet to augment their practice. Readers are taken through a wide range of situations, from setting up contracts and creating a secure working environment to undestanding and using emoticons. Drawing on their considerable experience as online counsellors and supervisors, the authors explain how to create an online working alliance with clients through emails, instant messaging and live chat-room sessions. In particular, the book: Uses language that demystifies the jargon of the internet Tackles ethical and legal issues of working online Explores the use of image and sound online Shows how different theoretical approaches can be applied to online practice Includes step-by-step exercises, memorable examples and a handy glossary.

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