: Robert de Board
: 64.64 MB
Through the dialogues which make up the ten sessions, or chapters of the book, Toad learns how to analyse his own feelings and develop his emotional intelligence.
: Gail Evans
John Wiley & Sons
: 72.13 MB
... before she started counselling training. Karter explains and normalises some
of the experiences you're likely to have as a trainee, pointing out that each
student tends to think they're the only one feeling stupid, isolated, weird,
incompetent, and so on, and keeps it to themselves. Result? Every other student
thinks they're the only one with those thoughts and anxieties. Counselling for
Toads: A Psychological Adventure Counselling for Toads: A Psychological
(Routledge) is ...
: Patrick Wright
: 35.46 MB
Entitled Counselling for Toads: a Psychological Adventure
,7 Robert de Board's
book opens with Mole visiting Toad, only to find Toad Hall run down and Toad
himself in a state of abject depression — 'the saddest Toad he had ever seen'.
Once so reckless and conceited, Toad has sunk into morbid and immobilizing;
thoughts and is probably on the bottle, too. So a new animal is introduced, a
Heron who, like all counsellors, keeps a box of paper-tissues handy for clients
who find ...