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Skills and Techniques for Human Service Professionals by Ed Neukrug

Skills and Techniques for Human Service Professionals

Description : This is a unique hands-on guide that helps students understand the helping relationship from a human service perspective. This goal of this text is to offer students a thorough understanding of the attitudes, techniques and skills, and major treatment issues that are unique to the helping relationship of the human service professional.

Subtitle : Counseling Environment, Helping Skills, Treatment Issues

Authors : Ed Neukrug

Published Date : 2002

Publisher : Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

ISBN : 0534567681

Page : 225 Pages

Categories : Education

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Filesize: 4 MB

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