Technique References

The following textbooks can be partially accessed on Google Books

Basic Counseling Techniques: A Beginning Therapist's Tool Kit (Second Edition) by Wayne Perry (Author) 2008

Brief Counseling: A Practical Integrative Approach by Colin Feltham (Author), Windy Dryden (Author) 2006

Integrative Counseling Skills in Action (Counseling in Action series) (Second Edition) by Susan Culley (Author), Tim Bond (Author) 2003

Intentional Interviewing & Counseling: Facilitating Client Development... by Allen E. Ivey, Mary Bradford Ivey, Carlos P. Zalaquettby 2009

Introduction to Counseling Skills: Texts and Activities (Second Edition) by Richard Nelson-Jones (Author) 2004

Learning Counseling and Problem-Solving Skills/With Instructors Manual by Stephen B Fawcett (Author), Leslie Borck-Jameson (Author) 1982

Person-Centered Counseling: An Experiential Approach by David L. Rennie (Author) 1998

Saving the Best 'Til the last

Very important instructors are your clients, co-workers, friends who listen, college instructors and field supervisors.

But most important of all are the mothers and papas, servers and handy-folk who dispense compassion and discernment with every scoop of ice cream served and every picture hung.

A daughter is a mother's gender partner, her closest ally in the family confederacy, an extension of her self. And mothers are their daughters' role model, their biological and emotional road map, the arbiter of all their relationships. - Victoria Secunda