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The books in this series represent the four key areas or theoretical constructs counsellors use when working with clients: Solution Focused, Behavioural, Cognitive, and Person-Centred.
Thinking and Acting Like a Cognitive Counselor provides counsellors with a practical guide for learning to think and then ACT like an expert counsellor.
The author focuses upon the development of the skills employed by cognitively oriented counsellors as they process client data, develop case conceptualizations, and then formulate and implement specific treatment plans.
The book provides extensive case illustrations and guided practice exercises to move the reader from simply 'knowing' to 'doing' and is ideal for training new and less experienced counsellors in what to say, how to say it, and why to say it.