4 edition of Counseling at the Workplace found in the catalog.
Counseling at the Workplace
Norman C. Hill
by Vital Learning Corp
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||282|
Several broad areas of work dysfunction are examined, including overcommitment and burnout, undercommitment and fear of success and failure, work-related anxiety and depression, and personality disorders in the workplace. The book also offers guidance for the unique problems faced by artists, writers, and others in the creative : Written by a couples counselor, this book addresses communication in marriage, encouraging calm expression and verbal consideration. You will learn how to talk comfortably and effectively about troubles that may affect you and/or your spouse, including sex, chores, and more.
Older adults are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population. The number of people age 65 and older is expected to nearly double by the year From helping with family dynamics and end-of-life issues to working on a client’s coping and communication skills after hearing loss, counselors are uniquely skilled to help the older adult population, says Charlene Kampfe, a . In this session we first examine how to establish a good counselling environment. Then we review some of the tools and aids you can use to support your counselling activities and assist in communication; these include educational materials such as posters, flip charts, and home-based records. We also discuss group work as an aid to counselling.
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Counselling in the Workplace also offers a unique management training programme for counsellor-managers and non-counselling managers. The book is essential reading for counsellors, human resource managers, workplace supervisors, trade union officials and all those involved in decision-making with regard to employee by: Will be shipped from US.
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% money back cturer: McGraw-Hill. `An invaluable resource book for anyone (counsellors, EAP providers and companies) involved in workplace counselling. Helpful and informative, it is set to b. This book takes one context – the workplace – and considers counselling provision there.
Its focus is the interface between counsellor, client and organization. Counselling in the Workplace also offers a unique management training programme for counsellor-managers and non-counselling managers.
The book is essential reading for counsellors, human resource managers, workplace supervisors, trade union officials and all those involved in decision-making with regard to employee counselling. Why Marriage Counseling Books. Most couples only see their therapist once a week or every other week for an hour or so, which means there’s plenty of downtime to stray from the advice of the therapist between sessions.; Also, having the right marriage counseling books will allow couples to work together from the comfort of their own reading aloud from the book to Counseling at the Workplace book another.
Hurdles of Employee Counseling at Workplace: This counseling process faces bottleneck when the employee do not trust the counselor or the organization. The counselor should provide confidentiality to the employee in all perspectives so that he/she will feel comfortable while attending the session.
It has to be tackled very carefully. Workplace counselling can be defined as the provision of psychological therapy for employees of an organization that is paid for by the employer.
An ‘external’ service, such as an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), generally comprises face-to-face counselling, a telephone helpline, legal advice and critical-incident debriefing. Workplace counselling appears to work best in a face-to-face context, where the employee meets and is treated at the professional premises of the counsellor.
However, for some people, a telephone option can provide a more immediate opportunity, as well Author: Rick Hughes. `An excellent book focusing on counselling skills for both helpers and beginner counsellors.
Written in an easy-to-read and informative style' - Stephen Palmer, Director, Centre for Stress Management, London and City University `Basic Counselling Skills is a "master-class" in the subject.
It brings its readers systematically through the full range of skills needed to be a counsellor and adds 3/5(1).
Workplace Counselling is an invaluable resource book for anyone (counsellors, EAP providers and companies) involved in workplace counselling. Helpful and informative, it is set to become a classic text in its field' - Counselling and Psychotherapy, The Journal of the British Association for Counselling.
A comprehensive model of workplace counselling 10 The social context of workplace counselling 10 The organisational context 10 Employee factors 10 Counselling – service delivery factors 12 Workplace counselling outcome: a multi-dimensional construct 12 The importance of context in making sense of research findings 12 Conclusions 12 Chapter 2.
Inthe British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy published a report on workplace counselling which reported it to be an effective treatment for mental illness (McLeod, ). Organization’s has started Counselling at Workplace to retain the current employees, the talented employees, to increase the productivity and this is one of the way to motivate their employee.
Counselling is conducted by the employer and at the cost of employer, its free for employees. What Is Workplace Counseling.
Workplace counseling is therapy offered to employees of a company, often through an employee assistance program, that provides employees with a safe place to discuss any issues that they’re struggling with. 1 A counseling service offered by an EAP often includes both in-person counseling as well as a telephone-based helpline.
Counseling at work place: A proactive human resource initiative. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly by: 5.
This book presents an experientially based approach for beginning coun-selors to develop basic substance abuse counseling skills. Before reading this text, you should have an understanding of substance abuse counseling theory, principles, and knowledge.
Two works that fit well with this bookFile Size: KB. Workplace counseling can be defined as the provision of brief psychological therapy for employees of an organization, which is paid for by the employer. An ‘external’ service, such as an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), typically comprises face-to-face counseling, a telephone helpline, legal advice and critical-incident debriefing.
Through Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), personality assessments, and evaluations Summit Counseling helps make your business work. Below are few. Counseling for Marriage Dr.
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Grief Counseling in the Workplace Whether the loss takes place at work or outside of the office, losing someone you work with can be tough to process. It’s vital that the workplace leaders address grief in an appropriate way, or they risk the loss of morale, extended loss of productivity, and a generally negative attitude toward leadership.Counseling Strategies that Work targets the unique, day-to-day problems encountered by today's school counselor and provides a new perspective on treatment selection.
This text is an anthology of intervention strategies that are rooted in scientific evidence supporting their effectiveness when applied to the day-to-day "problems" confronting today's school counselor.The guide is a compilation of experiences of many professional counselors, counselor educators, counseling supervisors, and leaders in the counseling profession, and it is hoped that the guide will illuminate the diverse views within the adult developmental process as it pertains to issues of mental health, life satisfaction, and a focus on the uniqueness of the LGBTQ adult population.