6 edition of Compelling counseling interventions found in the catalog.
Compelling counseling interventions
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Garry R. Walz, Jeanne C. Bleuer, and Richard K. Yep.|
|Contributions||Walz, Garry Richard., Bleuer, Jeanne., Yep, Richard, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||BF636.6 .C64 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009000640|
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: Compelling Counseling Interventions: Vistas (): Walz, Gary G., Bleuer, Jeanne C., Yep, Richard K.: Books3/5(1). Client Characteristics and Needs -- Section III.
Counselor Education and Supervision -- Section IV. Effective Counseling Interventions -- Section V. Research and Evaluation -- Section VI. Technology and Counseling -- Appendix I. Authors and Titles of Additional Articles Accepted for Compelling counseling interventions book in the ACA VISTAS Online Library -- Appendix II.
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