Stressing the importance of self-awareness, genuineness, and empathy in effective counselors, this book will be a practical, reader-friendly guide through the pitfalls and problems that arise when working with challenging populations. Building on a solid theoretical base in Reality Therapy, Humanistic Philosophy, Solution-Focused therapy, MRI Brief Problem-focused therapy, and Systems theory, the book identifies specific considerations and strategies for counselors.
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"[A]n understandable, coherent approach to counseling those youth who 'share an inability to manage their emotions ... and an inability to responsibly meet their needs.' This reviewer recommends the book to both neophyte and experienced practitioners.."-Counseling Today "Youth become challenging for many reasons, including the lack of healthy examples from the adults in their world. The book doesn't moralize, nor does it offer hype. It sticks to the issues surrounding the identification of youth that challenge and ways to rise to that challenge (both within the young person and within those that surround them)."-The Rev. Dr. Richard B. Gilbert, "Resources Hotline
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