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Free Ebook - "Enhancing Motivation For Change in Substance Abuse Treatment"

If you are new to substance abuse counseling, if you are interested in this “motivational interviewing” that everyone is talking about, or if you are just trying to figure out how to stop arguing with your clients this resource could definitely be helpful to you. 316 more words

Substance Abuse

Questions for Counsellors.

Recently Amanda Williamson, a respected friend and colleague tweeted this;

@amBBAH: 1 in 20 view their therapy as damaging #MHyork15pic.twitter.com/l4yZxUIKl6”. < important not to ignore things like this…

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Society

Dreaming of Tomorrow.

I have written previously of how imagery can be used in a person centered manner to provide insight and facilitate understanding. Another traditional aspect of therapy which can seem alien to those of us operating in the here and now is the use of dreams in the therapy room. 573 more words

Personal Exploration

Chapter 41: "On Becoming a Person" by Carl Rogers

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change…I’m not perfect, but I’m enough.”

Born in 1902, Carl Rogers initially pursued a religious education. 784 more words

Chapters

Meeting as Equals: The Value of Person-Centered Therapy

In an earlier post, I discussed the counseling style I adhere to: person-centered therapy. Today, I’d like to share a short video clip from an interview with the founder of person-centered therapy, the late Carl Rogers.   556 more words

Kennesaw Counselor

On Change

As I am retraining to become a counsellor, often I am called upon to reflect on my personal experiences in the context of some theory or another. 427 more words

Counselling theories summary

A two-page summary of several therapies each, collated in point-form and into a pdf file.

counselling theories

Counselling Theories