This book discusses in depth a consistent way of thinking in a person-centred manner about people as individuals, as groups and as communities (community skills). It provides practical examples of how this thinking, as well as the values implied by this approach, can be put into action. It demonstrates ways of being actively involved with people without directing or prescribing. This book will be useful for facilitators from various professions as well as for other people who are concerned about their own views, relationships and powers of communication with others.
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Du Toit, Grobler, and Schenk
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