Episode 34 – Counselling for Addiction Problems: Why, What, Who, and How?
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 34 – Counselling for Addiction Problems: Why, What, Who, and How?
In this week’s show, Doug talks about counselling. He explains why this type of intervention can be helpful for those of us trying to escape an addiction problem. Doug also offers advice for anyone who is thinking of joining the profession.
Some of the topics covered in the show include:
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The books Doug mentioned in the podcast include:
Counselling in a Nutshell by Windy Dryden
Counselling for Toads by Robert de Board
The Gift of Therapy by Irvin Yalom
The Road Less Travelled by Scott Peck
Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action by Tim Bond
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