By Mr Michael Carroll, Dr Michael J Walton

This significant instruction manual covers all elements of counselling inside an organizational context, The authors offer a radical exam of the entire key components and matters within the box, together with: types of counselling in corporations; assessing the association for counselling provision; introducing counselling into the association; how the association can influence at the counselling strategy; knowing and dealing with the association as a counsellor; comparing counselling provision inside businesses; and coaching and supervising counsellors operating with enterprises.

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1979; Skinner, 1979) developed independently of each other but there are many parallels between them. They aim to treat circumscribed problems that affect clients' current functioning; practical and attainable goals are set during the course of counselling, as are homework assignments; repeated skills practice is essential; and clients learn to monitor and evaluate behaviour (Marzilier, 1980). In both cognitive and behavioural approaches human distress is seen to arise from learning maladaptive behaviours rather than as a result of unconscious pro­ cesses arising from early life experiences, intrapsychic conflict, or from blocks in self-awareness or emotional catharsis, as respectively postulated in the psychodynamic and humanistic schools.

1979; Skinner, 1979) developed independently of each other but there are many parallels between them. They aim to treat circumscribed problems that affect clients' current functioning; practical and attainable goals are set during the course of counselling, as are homework assignments; repeated skills practice is essential; and clients learn to monitor and evaluate behaviour (Marzilier, 1980). In both cognitive and behavioural approaches human distress is seen to arise from learning maladaptive behaviours rather than as a result of unconscious pro­ cesses arising from early life experiences, intrapsychic conflict, or from blocks in self-awareness or emotional catharsis, as respectively postulated in the psychodynamic and humanistic schools.

Most see supervision as an essential requirement for continued efficacy here (Sugarman, 1992; Carroll, 1995). Sugarman stresses five focal points for the counsellor where ethical concerns need to be tackled: • • • • • Identifying the extent to which the aims of an organization over and above the aims of counselling compromise counselling's ethical foundation. Identifying any point at which the counselling provision benefits the organization at the individual's expense. Identifying any points at which the organization exceeds its right to control aspects of the employee's behaviour.

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