[EBOOK FREE] (Problem Drinking A Person centered Dialogue Living Therapy Series) Author Richard Bryant–Jefferies

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EBOOK FREE (Problem Drinking A Person centered Dialogue Living Therapy Series) Author Richard Bryant–Jefferies

This book provides a new realism in understanding the world of alcohol counselling It uses dialogue to enable the reader to appreciate the nature of counselling a person with an alcohol problem through the application of person centred counselling theory It provides deep insights into what goes on in counselling sessions and how this inks into the counsellor's own supervision It is essential reading for all counselling trainers supervisors and trainees provides useful approaches and frameworks for other caring professions and includes many valuable insights for clients themselves.

'The intention of Radcliffe's new Living Therapy series is to enable the reader to enter imaginatively into the therapeutic processes and thereby to acuire an experiential knowledge which can seldom be obtained through the conventional text book This book succeeds impressively in this aim' Professor Brian Thorne Emeritus Professor of Counselling University of East Anglia and Co founder The Norwich Centre 'This book is full of useful information for those working with alcohol problems on when and how to discuss drinking patterns and on how to convey information on alcohol and its.

Effects' Alistair Sutherland Director Drug and Alcohol Services South Staffordshire Healthcare NHS Trust 'This tremendous contribution to professionals working in the addiction field is bound to have an effect in decreasing stigma towards individuals with alcohol problems by the examples and problems so well described by the author in this book A 'must read' for all professionals counselling persons with alcohol problems' Professor Dana Murphy Parker Professor of Nursing Arizona Western College USA; Chair of the Education Committee for the International Nurses Society on Addiction.