Students and lecturers have been waiting for a text like this which is thorough and thoughtfully put together. It synthesises theory and practice in way that is readable and applicable to CYP counselling work in the real world.
I welcome this important new guide for practitioners, which builds on the BACP’s Competences for humanistic counselling with young people (11-18 years) (BACP, 2014) to support counsellors to develop effective, ethical and evidence-based practice with children and young people.
A comprehensive, accessible and contemporary guide to counselling practice with young people. The book addresses a range of issues that have become essential to the field, including cultural competence, the use of measures, and working across contexts and agencies.
Rebecca's book is a 'must have' for all therapists working with young people. It is comprehensive and contains the answers to everything that you might wonder about when working in this field - development; theory and practice; professional and practice issues; context and settings.
If you work therapeutically with children and young people, you need to read this book.
This is a really accessible read for learners and covers a range of important considerations in counselling young people. This includes development, linking theory with practice, a range of counselling contexts and considerations within the field such as safeguarding.
Really applicable to some of the modules covered on our course.
Interesting and informative publication for counsellors' new to working with young people. The chapters offer in-depth information and flow in a logical and sensible way.
The important features of counselling young people are included with additional, supplementary information.