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Charts the origins of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) in New Zealand and describes the development of the broadbrush EAP model that led to EAPs as they are known today. Highlights the main features of EAP Services New Zealand, a not‐for‐profit charitable foundation for which the authors...
Organizations, in their structuring and administrative practices, stimulate and promote certain personality traits and attitudes in the individuals who work in them. Focuses on the contention that a “psychostructure” is developed which can be identified but may also be the source of anxiety,...
Reveals there is a strong connection between counselling and active staff development, and that similar behaviours can be used to accomplish both goals. Provides an explanation of client‐centred counselling and the more familiar crisis counselling, and links them to development counselling....
Examines the widespread pseudocompetence issues which frequently affect counsellors, psychotherapists and supervisors, and their supervisors and trainers. Pseudocompetence is defined as the experience of a big difference between people′s own (low) assessment of themselves and others′ (high)...
Considers the relevance of relationship‐counselling to the workplace. Geneograms are used to provide a method of achieving an historical perspective within short‐term counselling. The thesis is that an understanding of the ways in which we have related to significant persons in the past can...
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