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Introduces the cyclic nature of all experience as it is understood in Gestalt terms. Reports on the author′s opinion that in training people in counselling skills to help individuals deal with being made redundant, it is useful to use the idea of a cycle of human experience. This helps...
It is a popular belief that exercise participation has both physical and psychological benefits and, more specifically, that performance at work, cognitive function and overall self‐esteem may be enhanced through exercise. While research in this area is variable, it has been shown that a...
Despite widespread agreement that work and family roles are interdependent, there is little consensus as to how work affects family functioning. Presents a framework to account for this. First, articulates two hypotheses critical to this framework. It is the quality of the employment experience,...
Surveys courses in counselling and reveals that the routes practitioners have taken towards British Association for Counselling (BAC) accreditation or British Psychological Society (BPS) chartered status often show a wide diversity. Suggests that eventually BPS and BAC accreditation will produce...
Scrutinizes the pace of change in society as a whole, and points out that successful management of change in the workplace is a continual struggle. In view of this: defines true change management and lists the expected results of successful change; continues to consider our reactions to change;...
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