By Roslyn Corney
Many GPs now hire counsellors to assist them with the mental and emotional difficulties in their sufferers. The participants to this e-book have huge event of counsellor attachments and feature been concerned with constructing and selling GP counselling on a nation-wide scale. They discover the counsellor's position ordinarily perform and examine the problems concerned, giving functional suggestions with a view to be priceless to these wishing to establish a counselling carrier.
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This debate involves differentiating between communication skills, counselling skills and counselling. The difference between these skills has been explained in terms of the values used and the context. e. more skilled) at communicating than others. Communication skills are value free; they are practised by a variety of people for a variety of purposes. Thus basic communication skills are used in proposing marriage, selling encyclopaedias and recommending a course of medication; it is the context in which the interaction takes place and the motivation of the communicator which contributes meaning and value.
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Counselling in General Practice by Roslyn Corney