This practical guide to counselling and the particular demands of the workplace setting covers basic practice issues central to all therapeutic work, including the relationship between theory and practice, client and practice management skills, and process and difference issues. It also explores specific workplace issues including organizational culture the role of counselling at work and interventions. Taking into account the diversity of work experiences and different types of counselling training, a variety of approaches and theoretical views are discussed to help readers make sense of concepts and integrate them in a practical way.
LORETTA FRANKLIN is an Organisational Consultant and Psychotherapist who currently provides a range of professional development programmes for Mangers, Chief Executives, and Senior Civil Servants. She combines a business background with considerable experience in the counselling and training field. She is a Fellow of IPD, a Member of the Group-Analytic Society, and Guest Lecturer at the Civil Service College.