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Teaching Interpersonal Skills By Philip Burnard

Teaching Interpersonal Skills

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Part of a series, this book argues that most people have the personal experience to enable them to help others to improve their interpersonal skills. This book is aimed at anyone in the health professions who is concerned about enhancing their own or others' interpersonal competence.
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Teaching Interpersonal Skills: A handbook of experiential learning for health professionals by Philip Burnard

Part of a series this book is aimed at therapists who are concerned with rehabilitation in a very broad sense. The author argues that most people, given a little time have the personal experience to enable them to help others to improve their interpersonal skills. It is aimed at anyone in the health professions who is concerned about enhancing their own or others interpersonal competence. It offers both theory and guidance in practice and contains many practical illustrations of how-to-do-it as well as a longer illustrative package that tries to convey the running of a typical interpersonal skills workshop. Whilst the book is primarily written for tutors, trainers and lecturers in the health professions, it may also be useful to the clinical practitioner who wishes to develop expertise in helping patients and clients to enhance their interpersonal skills. In the fields of social work, health visiting and psychiatric nursing, there are numerous occasions in which the development of conversational and social skills can help improve personal performance and self-awareness. The awareness of basic counselling and group skills can also do much to improve the quality of communication between people in families and organizations.

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Table of Contents


Experiential learning; experiential learning methods for interpersonal skills training; identifying and learning interpersonal skills; remembering and supervising experiential learning; educational principles and curriculum design in experiential learning; facilitating learning groups; using experiential learning activities; experiential learning activities for health professionals.

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GOR001812982
Teaching Interpersonal Skills: A handbook of experiential learning for health professionals by Philip Burnard
Philip Burnard
Therapy in Practice Series
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Chapman and Hall
1989-01-01
190
0412345900
9780412345906
N/A
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