Beyond Counseling and Therapy Author:Robert R. Carkhuff, Bernard G. Berenson Second Edition. — This book is aimed at all persons concerned with effective human relations — in particular, those in the helping and teaching professions: counselors and psychotherapists, guidance and rehabilitation specialists, educators, psychologists, and social workers, as well as the intelligent, interested, and concerned lay public. — The ... more »authors believe that the attitudinal disposition of the whole counselor is key to his effectiveness as a helper. He or she is a whole person, who view counseling as a way of life.
The book examines the development of the helping model in six sections:
1. Developing the dimensions of the helping model.
2. Developing the skills of the helping model.
3. Developing the unique contributions of traditional therapeutic approaches.
4. Developing the clinical applications of the helping model.
5. Developing the training applications of the helping model.
6. Developing the learning applications of the helping model.
"We are growing — and that is the privilege of life. In a world where so many around us have given up and are merely going through the motions of living out the roles that others have assigned them, we are building steps to our dream of humankind's fulfillment of its humanity — it full development of its human resources. We continue to think there is no more worthwhile to which to give ourselves."