(PUBCrossroad)"The definitive book in its field,"---America. Since its publication in 1977, this has become one of the most widely used introductions to counseling for nonprofessionals---clergy, teachers, nurses, lay leaders. It maps the terrain from listening skills to identifying substance abuse with intelligence and compassion. 448 pages, softcover.
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Date:July 6, 2009
This book is a must-have for nonprofessional counselors. It provides a great deal of insight into the professional counseling world to help a lay person know when to refer someone for professional help. The book also provides great information for knowing how to conduct yourself as you offer help to others. This information is foundational for anyone who wants to become a lay counselor or life coach.