Employee Counselling Today: Volume 2 Issue 4

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

THE SCOPE OF “STRESS” COUNSELLING IN ORGANISATIONS

Petruska Clarkson

This article provides a broad perspective on the scope ofcounselling in organisations conceptualised around stress. Twointersecting dimensions are postulated – that of the…

PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA AND THE ORDINARY WORKING PERSON

Douglas H. Duckworth

Psychologically traumatic experiences can arise out of apparentlynormal, everyday situations, can affect perfectly ordinary workingpeople, and may only involve one or two…

THE EAP – EMPLOYEE COUNSELLING COMES OF AGE

John Berridge

The growing use of employee assistance programmes (EAPs) from theUS and Britain is reported. There often include employee counselling.Welfare officers, occupational health…

WORKPLACE COUNSELLING FROM A PERSONNEL PROFESSIONAL’S PERSPECTIVE

Mike Donne

Employers are slowly increasing their understanding and awarenessof counselling, the services it provides and its professionals.Counselling agencies need to promote not…

IS THERE A FUTURE FOR RETIREMENT EDUCATION?

Joanna Walker

Discusses the changing composition of the retired population interms of age and volume and the need for pre‐ and post‐retirementeducation programmes with counselling as an…

SPECIALIST RESOURCES IN THE UK

Examines the role of the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deathsand details the sources of support and advice available to bereavedparents: professional help;…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited