Clara E. Hill has revised and updated her textbook, Helping Skills. The volume teaches empirically supported, basic helping skills to undergraduate and first-year graduate students. Following Hill's three-stage model of helping (Exploration, Insight, and Action), the text presents an integrative approach that is grounded in client-centered, psychoanalytic, and cognitive-behavioral theory. Hill's model recognizes the critical roles of affect, cognition, and behavior in the process of change, filling a void left by textbooks that focus narrowly on the processes facilitating change.
Material new to this edition includes a revised Action stage, designed to enable instructors to incorporate the current thinking about this area; more attention to multicultural issues; and new measures to test the training model, which will allow students to evaluate their skills and level of confidence.
With her accessible yet instructive style, Hill instills enthusiasm for the process of learning to help others. She also encourages students' personal and professional growth with questions that challenge them to think about and discuss the process of becoming helpers and their reasons for doing so.
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