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The Helping Relationship: Process and Skills,9780205290420

The Helping Relationship: Process and Skills

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780205290420

ISBN10:
0205290426
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

This book describes, in non-technical language, the human helping process and provides training for anyone interested in becoming a helper. Using a systematic approach, the text focuses on how to help people help themselves. The seventh edition is complete with examples and step-by-step outlines of how to begin developing basic counseling skills. Important personal issues of being a helper are raised for the readers to consider as they enter professional or paraprofessional roles as helpers.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
1 Helping: What Does It Mean?
1(25)
What Is Your View of Helping?
1(2)
The Helping Process
3(1)
Facilitating Helpee Growth
4(1)
Responsibility
5(2)
Helping by Agreement
7(1)
Meeting Helpee Needs
8(2)
Seeking Wellness
10(2)
Motives: To Be or Not to Be a Helper
12(1)
Science and Art of Helping
13(1)
Effectiveness of Helping
14(1)
Professionals and Paraprofessionals
14(4)
Community Helping
18(1)
Peer and Cross-Age Helping
18(2)
Self-Help Groups
20(1)
Helping Is Learning Self-Help Coping Skills
21(1)
Helping Skills Model for Understanding, Support, and Action
22(2)
Suggestions for Further Study
24(2)
2 Characteristics of Helpers
26(22)
Why Is Helping Effective in Assisting People to Grow?
26(1)
Levels and Styles of Functioning
27(9)
The Helper Personality
36(9)
A Concluding Statement
45(2)
Suggestions for Further Study
47(1)
3 The Helping Process
48(22)
Relationship
48(4)
The Helping Process as Experienced
52(2)
Stages in the Helping Process
54(14)
A Process Dilemma
68(1)
Suggestions for Further Study
69(1)
4 Helping Skills for Understanding
70(28)
Rationale for Skills Training
70(1)
Skill Cluster 1: Listening
71(5)
Skill Cluster 2: Leading
76(4)
Skill Cluster 3: Reflecting
80(3)
Skill Cluster 4: Challenging
83(6)
Skill Cluster 5: Interpreting
89(4)
Skill Cluster 6: Informing
93(2)
Skill Cluster 7: Summarizing
95(2)
Suggestions for Further Study
97(1)
5 Helping Skills for Loss and Crisis
98(27)
Human Conditions of Concern
99(2)
Definitions of Terms
101(7)
Strategies for Helping in Crises
108(7)
Skills for Support and Crisis Management
115(8)
Suggestions for Further Study
123(2)
6 Helping Skills for Positive Action and Behavior Change
125(28)
The Action Approach to Helping
126(1)
Problems and Goals
127(4)
Problem Solving, Decision Making, and Planning
131(7)
Behavior Changing
138(14)
Suggestions for Further Study
152(1)
7 Ethical Issues in Helping Relationships
153(11)
What Are Ethics?
153(2)
Helper Self-Care
155(1)
Ethics and Interpersonal Relationships
156(3)
Helper Competence and Limitations
159(2)
Emergency/Crisis Response
161(1)
Suggestions for Further Study
162(1)
Websites
163(1)
8 Thinking about the Helping Process
164(23)
Theory as a Guide
164(1)
A Personal Theory of Helpfulness
165(6)
General Theories of the Helping Process
171(6)
Social Issues
177(2)
Tying Theory to the Practice of Helping Skills
179(2)
When Helpees Do Not Change
181(2)
Helping through Groups
183(1)
Personal Epilogue
184(1)
Suggestions for Further Study
184(3)
Bibliography 187(6)
Index 193


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