Employee Counselling Today: Volume 3 Issue 1

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STRESS‐MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES: MOTIVATING PARTICIPATION USING A SELF‐DIAGNOSTIC INVENTORY

Herbert S. Kindler, Dennis Schorr

Stress‐management training benefits individual participants andtheir employer organisations in terms of improved health, higherproductivity, reduced absenteeism, and fewer…

PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPE, THE MBTI AND COUNSELLING

Rowan Bayne

Distinctive characteristics of Myers′ psychological‐type theory,including its aims, “tone”, type development and the conceptof preference are discussed. The theory and the…

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/EUM0000000001020. When citing the…

TEACHERS AND COUNSELLORS – POTENTIAL ROLE CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE

Philip Burnard

In health care settings the trainer or lecturer may be asked tooccupy the joint role of teacher and counsellor. This article exploressome of the problems associated with…

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN THE WORKPLACE

Julia Segal

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological disorder which affectsmany of the working population. People who have it may be successfulworkers for a full lifetime. Others are…

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0955-8217

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1989 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited