Employee Counselling Today: Volume 1 Issue 2

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

How counselling can add value to organisations

B. Proctor, A. Ditton

Examines how counselling can be useful in terms of the contributionit can make to organisational and individual development. Considers thereasons why counselling should be…

Council’s war on booze

K. Chadwick

Discusses the creation of an alcohol policy for employees as partof Birmingham City Council′s counselling initiative. Examines therecognition of the need for such a…

Substance abuse at work – the legal issues

G. Howard

Examines the legal factors surrounding employers′ treatment ofmisconduct and substance abuse. Discusses problems of alcoholism anddrug abuse for the employer, employers…

Alcohol and work

M. Megranahan, O. O′Brien

Considers the problem of how alcohol abuse impacts on the workplaceand implementing a strategy for education and prevention. Discusses thefour main points of an alcohol…

Transactional analysis: image and reality

I. Stewart

Outlines some of the resources that transactional analysis has tooffer counsellors. Discusses the origin of TA′s over‐simplified popularimage, the central idea of the…

Providing a staff counselling service

J. Murray

Discusses the counselling service in the communicationsorganisation News International. Considers the role of counselling inthe organisation, the use of counselling skills…

Pathological gambling

Bryan Tully

Examines the nature of compulsive gamblers from the point of viewof counselling. Considers the stages in becoming a gambler, whengambling becomes a problem, how gamblers…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited