By John Sommers-Flanagan,Rita Sommers-Flanagan
Expand and strengthen your realizing of counseling and psychotherapy theories
This supplementary source to Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and perform, moment Edition will extra deepen your figuring out of 3 key parts of counseling and psychotherapy conception and perform: self-awareness, wisdom, and alertness and ability development.
This Study Guide offers:
A pre-test and post-test in every one bankruptcy that may orient you to key theoretical rules and overview how good these rules healthy together with your values and beliefs
An establishing and shutting specialist improvement essay written by means of a pupil, practitioner, or college member who's lively in the counseling or psychology professions
Multiple-choice perform checks for every bankruptcy to enhance very important theories and concepts
A entire short-answer query evaluate for every chapter
Practice actions designed to aid scholars adventure and perform implementation of every theory
Critical reflections on each one theory
Crossword puzzles to maintain studying fun
A thesaurus of key words for every chapter
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