Counsellor training is coming of age and there is now a need for an examination and clarification of the training issues surrounding counselling. Drawing on many years of practical knowledge, Mary Connor offers down-to-earth guidance and up-to-date information on key issues in counsellor training, examining and consultancy. A focal point of the book is a model for training competent and reflective counsellors, based on the York experience, which uses Egan's model of the skilled helper as its core. Other issues of training explored are course design, dealing with diffiuclt situations in the trainer/trainee relationship, ethical issues, assessment and research findings. Training the Counsellor
, together with its companion volume Supervising the Counsellor
, provides a valuable resource for counsellor trainers working in many different contexts and will also be of considerable interest to trainees themselves. Related link: Free Email Alerting
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