Employee Counselling Today: Volume 1 Issue 4

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

Introducing a Counselling Service – What to Consider

M. Megranahan

Discusses the need for planning and commitment when introducing acounselling service. Identifies 20 key questions about the service′scredibility, structure, cost, control…

Bereavement Counselling

C. Maxwell

Considers the psychological and physiological reactions tobereavement. Argues that the workplace counsellor is ideally placed tooffer help and reduce the intensity and…

Counselling Employees: The Rational‐Emotive Approach

J. Gordon, W. Dryden

Presents an overview of the basic theory and practice ofRational‐Emotive Therapy (RET). Discusses the goals and values of RET,including its view of the three main…

Transactional Analysis as a Counselling Medium in a Management Development programme

J. Hay

Describes how transactional analysis can be applied directly to theworkplace as “action development”. Considers the stages ofthe TA development programme to be: briefing…

Career Counselling in the Workplace

H. Brown

Considers the role of the career counsellor in the light ofincreasing employee expectations and job mobility. Examines careercounselling and employee appraisal, techniques…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited