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Helping skills : facilitating exploration, insight, and action / Clara E. Hill.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Washington, DC American Psychological Association c2009Edition: 3 edDescription: xix, 430 p. 27 cmISBN:
  • 1433804514 (hbk.)
  • 9781433804519 (hbk.)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 158.3 22
Other classification:
  • 158
  • Dok
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Contents:
Introduction to helping -- An overview of helping -- Ethical issues in helping -- Overview of the exploration stage -- Attending, listening, and observing skills -- Skills for exploring thoughts -- Skills for exploring feelings -- Integrating the skills of the exploration stage -- Overview of the insight stage -- Skills for fostering awareness -- Skills for facilitating insight -- Immediacy -- Integrating the skills of the insight stage -- Overview of the action stage -- Skills used to implement action goals -- Steps for working with four types of action -- Integrating the skills of the action stage -- Integrating the three stages
Summary: "With this third edition of Helping Skills: facilitating exploration, insight, and action, respected clinician and researcher Clara E. Hill has revised and updated her popular textbook, continuing her comprehensive exploration of empirically supported, basic helping skills for undergraduate and first-year graduate students. Following Hill's well-established three-stage model of helping (Exploration, Insight, and Action), the text presents an integrative approach that is grounded in client-centered, psychoanalytic, and cognitive-behavioral theory. Hill's model recognizes the critical roles of affect, cognition, and behavior in the process of change, filling a void left by textbooks that focus more narrowly on the processes facilitating change."--Book cover
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 395-416) and index

Introduction to helping -- An overview of helping -- Ethical issues in helping -- Overview of the exploration stage -- Attending, listening, and observing skills -- Skills for exploring thoughts -- Skills for exploring feelings -- Integrating the skills of the exploration stage -- Overview of the insight stage -- Skills for fostering awareness -- Skills for facilitating insight -- Immediacy -- Integrating the skills of the insight stage -- Overview of the action stage -- Skills used to implement action goals -- Steps for working with four types of action -- Integrating the skills of the action stage -- Integrating the three stages

"With this third edition of Helping Skills: facilitating exploration, insight, and action, respected clinician and researcher Clara E. Hill has revised and updated her popular textbook, continuing her comprehensive exploration of empirically supported, basic helping skills for undergraduate and first-year graduate students. Following Hill's well-established three-stage model of helping (Exploration, Insight, and Action), the text presents an integrative approach that is grounded in client-centered, psychoanalytic, and cognitive-behavioral theory. Hill's model recognizes the critical roles of affect, cognition, and behavior in the process of change, filling a void left by textbooks that focus more narrowly on the processes facilitating change."--Book cover

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