Easy Counselling Essays: Easy to Read

Easy Counselling Essays: Easy to Read

by Francis Sturt Dip Ps


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"Great Read...an excellent book and easy to understand...value for money..." Ruby D. Amazon Reviewer. Based on a review of Volume 1.

"Do you like things to be simple? If you do, you will love this book."

It is a compelling selection of "back to basics", easy to read, argumentative essays, that are mostly free of "scary" jargon.

Is it for you? Yes, if you have a little knowledge of counselling theory or practice and it is ideal for those of you studying GCSE, "A" levels and Level 4 courses.

What makes a good counsellor? Take this excerpt from Assignment 1,
" ...a valuable and effective counsellor is, one of high ethical standards, a good listener, has empathy and holds the client in absolute positive regard..."

Written from a Humanistic/Integrative, theoretical perspective,it has you the reader in mind throughout the essays. A simple, uncomplicated, refreshing introduction to the fundamentals of counselling that should provide the knowledge and skills necessary for further study.
It is also an informative guide to counselling for those of you, who simply wish to have a greater understanding of oneself or others.

The 10 assignments include eating disorders; anxiety; depression; phobias; self-harm; sexuality; case studies; session plans and lots more!

It was worth all the effort to give you an easy to read collection of argumentative essays that were rewarded with a "Distinction."

Francis R Sturt. BSc Hons. Dip.Couns & Psych.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541394087
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/02/2017
Series: Complete Collection of "A" Grade Essays , #2
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Francis Sturt lives in the Midlands of the UK, together with his rock (partner) and flea infested moggie. In his spare time, Francis enjoys walking, cycling, travelling and home brewing.
Francis says he has one goal in life, to be infamous rather than famous. Why? Everybody has got it - infamy!

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