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The mutual wellbeing of individuals and organisations is essentialin rapidly changing environments where sound decision making is at apremium. Although elusive, wellbeing can be sustained by a systematicand continuous review of the challenges faced and the growth of thecapabilities of the people...
The article seeks to differentiate counselling and psychotherapy sothat users can distinguish between different kinds of service provision.Roles, functions, qualifications, training, areas of competence,distinctive focus and professional organisations are specificallydefined for counsellors and...
This article describes the practical example and experience ofsetting up from scratch an organisation called Support Line for KentSocial Services Department. It covers briefly the type of service, themarketing of it and organisational context and evaluation.
The article concerns a specialist service offering information,support and understanding for depressives and their relatives. Thearticle defines depression, outlines causes and the steps to be taken infinding treatment and ways of coping with and alleviating the illness.Common symptoms are...
A brief background to the historical context of welfare in theworkplace is provided and current attitudes amongst UK companies in theprivate sector are explored. It is argued that both the link withpersonnel and prevailing social and economic theories have had a directbearing on the status of...
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