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Product Details

  • Paperback: 202 pages
  • Publisher: Counselor Publishing (December 15, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0969415540
  • ISBN-13: 978-0969415541
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,452,595 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Daniel Keeran lives with his wife Jennie in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Born in 1947, he is the youngest of four sons and the father of Phoebe and Seth. A practicing psychotherapist since 1976, he is currently engaged in writing, research, and community development related to homelessness and alienation. He is a graduate of David Lipscomb University (BA, European History), the University of Kentucky (MA, Russian History), and Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville (MSW, Clinical Social Work). In 1985, he and his wife founded the Counsellor Training Institute that expanded to five cities in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. He has written Healing Words: The Counsellor Training Course Manual, Therapeutic Journal: A Four-Month Diary for Counselling and Personal Growth, Personal Counseling Journal, and Personal Recovery Journal also available at www.amazon.com.

More About the Author

Daniel Keeran, MSW, has 30+ years experience in hospital and private practice settings. Practical healing articles on dying, grief, anger, depression, sexual abuse, suicide, marriage and more, are collected in "Counseling In A Book: Help For Common Life Problems" also on Amazon.

You can earn the "Certificate of Mental Health Counseling and Therapy" at the College of Mental Health Counseling http://www.collegemhc.com

Effective Counseling Skills Reviews:
"Wow! At first glance I thought to myself here goes another one of those books that just keeps repeating itself. But no! By the time I reached "The Counseling Session," I began to look for my credit card. This is the best Effective Counseling Skills Text Book I have ever seen. And in just a few days I will have one as well. Thanks for the heads-up, and if anyone out in cycberland hasn't purchased this book, you are missing out."
- V.G., Counselor, Texas Treatment Services, Dallas

"Loving every page as I devour every word. I'm sure you've heard this many times. Your insight is profound,challenging and stirring. By the time I had reached page 40, I had two huge realizations of my own regarding family of origin issues. I welcomed the tears of healing."
- D.R., Canada

"Very informative using down-to-earth language. This book is hands-on ready-to-use technique type of information. Nice read without a lot of clinical jargon."
- C.R., Addiction Counselor, Texas

"The book I found excellent and a natural complement to my own existing therapeutic style."
- Elena Y, Psychotherapist, Boston, Massachusetts

"I am still a student, but it is awesome to have such a wonderful resource to count on for real world advice. Thank you!"
- F.W., Alabama

"Thank you for this amazing resource."
- J. Martin, Licensed Counselor

"When first reading the text I was nervous about remembering everything that I was reading. The more I read the more it made sense and linked all together. I liked how it took you step by step into the situations that you may encounter. It was quite incredible how I would pause to ask a question, to have it answered only a few sentences later."
- L.M., Counselling Student, Alberta, Canada

"I immensely enjoyed reading the text book and its in-depth discussions of how to conduct a counselling session, the things to look for and what to say."
- N.K., Banff, Canada

"I found the textbook very enjoyable. I found it especially helpful that Mr. Keeran provided so many first-hand accounts. I thought that this textbook provided the fundamental building blocks to becoming a skilled counsellor."
- M.P., Alberta, Canada

"The more I read the more it made sense and linked all together. I liked how it took you step by step into the situations that you may encounter. It was quite incredible how I would pause to ask a question, to have it answered only a few sentences later."
- L.M., Ft. McMurray, Alberta

"I think the practical wording of statements given throughout the text was very helpful in providing how to effectively communicate with clients. The text was written in a very practical way and the essential skills and interventions were well written and laid out in a way that was not too complex to grasp."
- G.P., Canada

"The text was written in a clear and understandable way. It taught me a variety of subjects such as respect and dignity for all clients. It showed ways of dealing with supporting and alleviating distress."
- R.R., Canada

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By ticogringo on January 30, 2013
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The reader expected a discussion of a religion without a deity. The author simply makes many very poor arguments for the existence of a god.
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