Christine Murray, Amber Pope, Ben Willis
SAGE Publications; Inc; 1st edition
1483343723; 1506350070; 1506350097; 1506350089
9781483343723/ 9781506350073 9781506350097/ 9781506350080
Offering a complete; research- and principle-primarily based strategy to sexuality counseling; Sexuality Counseling: Theory; Research; and Practice; (PDF) is an accessible and participating ebook that’s grounded in an integrative; multi-degree conceptual framework that talks in regards to the numerous ranges at which people expertise sexuality. At each degree (physiological; psychological; developmental; gender id and sexual orientation; cultural/contextual; relational; and constructive sexuality); the authors spotlight sensible methods for evaluation and intervention. Interactive options; together with case research; ethics discussions; utility workouts; and guided reflection questions; assist readers implement and mix the knowledge as they develop the skilled competency required for efficient observe.
“A coherent and inclusive resource which will prove invaluable in preparing to work with clients concerned with issues of sexuality and intimacy.” — Sue Becker
“It is a comprehensive; multimodal text that works to offer counseling students and those in the sphere of social work with practical skills to encourage their clients to make positive changes in their sexual lives.” — Matthew Okay. Siemionko
“Sexuality Counseling: Theory; Research; and Practice is a vital resource for mental health practitioners. Sexuality is complicated and rather than attempting to simplify; this ebook works within that complexity in a well-organized and comprehensive way.” — Alexandra H. Solomon; Northwestern University
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