Online Counselling: A Handbook for Practitioners [NOOK Book]

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Therapy via the internet is a developing field for counsellors. This accessible guide focuses on technological and therapeutic aspects of online work, relevant across all counselling approaches. With practical step-by-step exercises and jargon-free advice, this is an indispensable tool for all practitioners and trainees planning to work online.
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Online Counselling: A Handbook for Practitioners

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Overview

Therapy via the internet is a developing field for counsellors. This accessible guide focuses on technological and therapeutic aspects of online work, relevant across all counselling approaches. With practical step-by-step exercises and jargon-free advice, this is an indispensable tool for all practitioners and trainees planning to work online.
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"What a delightful read! Jones and Stokes have succeeded in covering a tremendous range of issues and strategies relevant to all aspects of online communication." – Dr Michael Fenichel, Past President and Fellow of the International Society for Mental Health Online.
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Meet the Author

GILL JONES is Co-Director of Counselling Online Ltd, where she writes and directs training courses for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists.  She is a qualified counsellor, supervisor and trainer, and has also worked in universities and further education institutions.

ANNE STOKES is Co-Director of Counselling Online Ltd, where she continues to draw on her experience as a counsellor, trainer and supervisor. She is also a BACP Accredited counsellor and has also worked in universities and further education institutions. 
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Table of Contents

About This Book
Introduction to Online Counselling
Making a Start
The Online Contract
Counselling Asynchronously by Email and Message Board
Counselling Synchronously by Live Chatroom Session
Using Text to Explore Feelings
Working Therapeutically Online with Image and Sound
Supervision Online
An Overview of Useful Theories
Boundaries and Online Counselling
Putting it all into Practice
Glossary
Appendix - Codes of Practice Relating to Online Therapy
References
Index
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