Counselling

Gerard Egan : The Skilled Helper

Gerard Egan, PhD, is a Professor of Organisation Development and Psychology and author of The Skilled Helper. He has written over a dozen books, some …

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The Nineteen Propositions Of Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers based his theories on the following nineteen propositions.
1. All individuals (organisms) exist in a continually changing world of experience (phenomenal field) of which …

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Working With Clients Who Are Unable To Forgive

Being able to forgive someone, or one’s self, is considered an essential part of our emotional wellbeing. But what is forgiveness? According to Christian thought it …

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Counselling Clients With Approval Issues

Approval is sometimes defined as an official approbation, a sanction of behaviour and a favourable opinion or regard. In counselling terms the two other words we might use are …

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Chalice Model, Presenting And Blind Spots In Counselling

The Chalice Model
This describes a model of support. The top half of the chalice represents the client and what they bring to each session. The …

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Things To Think About As Studying Counsellors

Things to consider
Counselling isn’t just about learning a set of rules, ethics and procedures. It is a way of life. It is about choosing to …

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