Employee Counselling Today: Volume 4 Issue 3

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

The Three Cs of Staff Counselling

Craig Newnes

Describes why and how a staff counselling service was set up atShropshire Health Authority. Details the different phases of itsdevelopment and the problems encountered.

Correspondence Counselling: FOR CLIENTS COMMITTED TO CHANGE

Janine Turner

Offers an alternative approach to counselling. Describes a form oftherapy based on long‐distance communication between counsellor andclient. On a contractual basis, it is…

Black Clients, White Counsellors: WORKING WITH DISCRIMINATION AND PREJUDICE IN THE WORKPLACE

Nicholas Banks

Outlines the organizational and personal issues that white employeecounsellors may face when counselling black employees in the workplace.Discusses training issues and…

Industrial Chaplains: THE LOW‐PROFILE COUNSELLORS AT WORK

Graham Elkin

Contextualizes the activity of industrial chaplains, who areordained or lay people who visit places of work and seek to minister toindividuals in the workplace. Describes…

Schizophrenia: A Real Disease

Gwynneth Hemmings

Discusses the nature of schizophrenia. Suggests it may be aheterogeneous condition and that many different bodily diseases mayshare common psychiatric symptoms such as…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited