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Author Geldard, Kathryn, author

Title Counselling children : a practical introduction / Kathryn Geldard, David Geldard and Rebecca Yin Foo
Edition Fourth edition
Published London : SAGE, 2013
Los Angeles, California : Sage publications, 2013
©2013

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Description ix, 342 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
regular print
Contents Contents note continued: pt. 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 -- pt. 5 The Use of Worksheets -- 31.Building self-esteem -- 32.Social skills training -- 33.Education in protective behaviours -- pt. 6 In Conclusion
Machine generated contents note: pt. 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 -- pt. 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 -- pt. 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 --
Summary This book is a must have for anyone training to work with children. It combines theory, research-based strategies and direct experience to create a practical, accessible and thoughtful guide. New counsellors will no doubt continue to refer to the book's suggested strategies and media for years to come. This fully revised fourth edition includes a new chapter on Ethical Considerations; a new chapter covering Historical Background and Contemporary Ideas, helping you understand and demonstrate the evidence base for your practice; and lots more case studies to help you develop appropriate techniques across different settings and at different stages of your practice. The book is invaluable in the practical skills training of counsellors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, nurses, teachers, and other professionals who work with children
Analysis Australian
Notes Previous ed.: 2008
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Child psychotherapy.
Children -- Counseling of.
Counseling.
Play therapy.
Child.
Counseling -- methods.
Author Foo, Rebecca Yin, author
Geldard, David, author
LC no. 2012949475
ISBN 1446256537 (hbk.)
1446256545 (paperback)
9781446256534 (hbk.)
9781446256541 (paperback)