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Discusses four ways of conceptualising counselling as a set ofskills, as a relationship, as a means of attaining outcomes, and as aset of definable tasks. Considers the issues arising from the BACdefinition of counselling, Pattersons 1974 approach, and the debateabout counselling versus...
Describes one particular alternative therapy aromatherapyand its overlaps with counselling. Considers the diagnosis anduse of aromatherapy oils, aromatherapy in industry, stress, counselling,and touch and space. Concludes that orthodox and complementary medicinescould form a marriage, so that...
Outlines the main issues arising from debt, and explains oneapproach to helping people cope. Examines the effects of debt at homeand work. Considers the causes of the amount of debt in the UK to beloss of income, marital breakdown, overcommitment, financialmismanagement and poverty. Highlights...
This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/01425458910133950. When citing the article, please cite: A.J. Geare, (1989), “Job Stress: Boon as well as Bane”, Employee Relations, Vol. 11 Iss: 1, pp. 21 - 26.
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