Written by a well-respected author and practitioner, this user-centered text teaches the basics of developing therapeutic relationships, assessing and diagnosing complaints, promoting exploration and understanding, designing and ...
Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
This book is intended to give students in various professions a basic overview of the theory, process, and skill of helping methods. It is designed as a resource and "operating manual" for those in human service professions to learn the basics involved in developing helping relationships, assessing and diagnosing complaints, promoting exploration and understanding, and designing and implementing action plans. It covers the foundational theory, core skills, and standard interventions used when helping others work through personal struggles. This text is intended as a primary and secondary text in both undergraduate and graduate courses in counseling, psychology, human services, social work, education, family studies, marital and family therapy, nursing, and other helping professions. It may also be used as a supplementary text for allied health and professional fields such as law, medicine, communications, and others.
CHAPTER The Nuts and Bolts of Helping Introduction Defining Some Important
Terms What Is Helping ? Is Interviewing Helping ? What Are Counseling and
Psychotherapy ? How Is Professional Helping Different from Friendship ? What
Author: Mark E. Young
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This book introduces readers to basic helping skills and advanced helping techniques within an eclectic framework, providing interactive, step-by-step instructions and practice exercises. A straightforward writing style discusses the most commonly used techniques, and prepares future practitioners to integrate assessment data, plan treatment, and implement strategies for a wide range of clients. Chapter topics include the therapeutic relationship; invitational skills; reflecting and advanced reflecting skills; understanding the client; challenging, goal-setting, and solution skills; enhancing efficacy and self-esteem; practicing new behaviors; new learning experiences; and evaluating the effectiveness of helping. For counselors, social workers, psychologists, and anyone interested in learning the basic techniques of helping.
This book is an expanded and revised edition of the author's critically acclaimed volume Nuts and Bolts for the Social Sciences.
Author: Jon Elster
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book is an expanded and revised edition of the author's critically acclaimed volume Nuts and Bolts for the Social Sciences. In twenty-six succinct chapters, Jon Elster provides an account of the nature of explanation in the social sciences. He offers an overview of key explanatory mechanisms in the social sciences, relying on hundreds of examples and drawing on a large variety of sources - psychology, behavioral economics, biology, political science, historical writings, philosophy and fiction. Written in accessible and jargon-free language, Elster aims at accuracy and clarity while eschewing formal models. In a provocative conclusion, Elster defends the centrality of qualitative social sciences in a two-front war against soft (literary) and hard (mathematical) forms of obscurantism.
In Nuts and Bolts of Sales Management, John Treace, mining decades of executive sales experience gained from successful business turnarounds, provides managers with proven strategies to build a high-performing sales team that will ...
Author: John Treace
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
"Sometimes managing a sales team feels like trying to manage chaos, and in a way it is--there are so many unpredictable influences at work in sales. In Nuts and Bolts of Sales Management, John Treace, mining decades of executive sales experience gained from successful business turnarounds, provides managers with proven strategies to build a high-performing sales team that will consistently produce desired results. The tools and tactics included in Nuts and Bolts of Sales Management help sales managers identify and solve the problems that cause companies to stumble and fail. Leaders will learn how they can take their sales force to the next level by developing effective sales processes and by promoting high morale and team work..."--Publisher's description.
The book presents readers with useful rubrics and flowcharts that may be used during each stage of the evaluation. Many of the concepts presented in the chapters are illustrated with specific examples from a range of disciplines.
Author: E. Jane Davidson
Evaluation Methodology Basics: The Nuts and Bolts of Sound Evaluation provides a step-by-step guide for doing a real evaluation. It focuses on the main kinds of "big picture" questions that evaluators usually need to answer, and how the nature of such questions is linked to evaluation methodology choices. Jane Davidson explains how to combine a mix of qualitative and quantitative data with "relevant values" (such as needs) to draw explicitly evaluative conclusions. The book presents readers with useful rubrics and flowcharts that may be used during each stage of the evaluation. Many of the concepts presented in the chapters are illustrated with specific examples from a range of disciplines.
Beingan ingenious inventor and tireless experimenter, he took an activepart in helping merealize projects that were initially barely formed ideas.
Author: Dan Rahmel
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Nuts and Bolts Filmmaking, an ideal book for the rapidly growing number of low-budget filmmakers, provides how-to information on the day-to-day techniques of actual low-budget production. Containing construction details describing how to replicate expensive tools for under $30 a piece, this book provides quick and inexpensive remedies to both the most common and most difficult production challenges. Nuts and Bolts Filmmaking is an invaluable resource to anyone looking to make a film without a big budget.
With 43 worksheets and 21 troubleshooting charts for assessment, instructions for basic movement and manipulative skills, tested activities to make the skills fun, illustrations of specific skills, and scripted lesson plans to help teachers ...
Author: A. Vonnie Colvin
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Teachers need to provide children with the building blocks for participating in physical activity while the children are young so they'll have a strong foundation to build their future physical activity upon. Yet too often children are not given a chance to fully develop their locomotor and manipulative skills. >Teaching the Nuts and Bolts of Physical Education> describes sure-fire ways to get kids and teachers excited about learning these important lessons.The book's many features make teaching the skills fun and hassle-free. With 43 worksheets and 21 troubleshooting charts for assessment, instructions for basic movement and manipulative skills, tested activities to make the skills fun, illustrations of specific skills, and scripted lesson plans to help teachers explain the activities to the children, this book will become your primary tool in helping children learn to move with skill.Discussion of each of the 13 manipulative skills includes:- Introduction to the skill- Basic components of the skill with appropriate cues- Activities and games to reinforce the skill- Culminating activities, including assessments and integrative ideas- Troubleshooting chart that identifies typical problems and provides remedies- A sample lesson plan>Teaching the Nuts and Bolts of Physical Education> is a collection of teaching strategies and ideas the authors have developed over a combined 70+ years of teaching experience. The "kid-tested" activities are successful with a variety of elementary school children. Learning the nuts and bolts of these crucial skills enables children to build a sturdy foundation on which to base a lifetime of physical activity.
Work with other church groups and committees, assisting them as they use educational methods and helping to coordinate Christian Education programs and ...
Author: Delia Halverson
Publisher: Abingdon Press
"Can you give me the book that will tell me how to DO Christian education?" The Nuts & Bolts of Christian Education is designed to answer the most frequently asked questions by new as well as veteran teachers and leaders. Even though most churches provide teacher and leader training at least once a year, generally these one- or two-day sessions are unable to answer every question that arises during the year. The Nuts & Bolts of Christian Education is a practical guidebook that leads new and experienced teachers through the challenging, and sometimes confounding, landscape of the education ministry of a congregation. This is not a collection of lesson plans--it is a chock-full survey of nearly every aspect of Christian education one could imagine. DOING Christian Education starts here.
I have been working with grants for 13 years in various capacities: I have written them, implemented them, performed post-award administration (helping ...
Author: Cynthia E. Carr
Publisher: SAGE Publications
In this practical, accessible guide for students, faculty, and other university personnel, author Cynthia E. Carr shares her best practices for planning, writing, and winning research grants based on her own experience submitting more than 300 grant proposals and securing millions of dollars in awards. Insightful, innovative, and informative, the book goes beyond coverage of standard grant writing to specifically address the issues faced by the higher education community, including the university bureaucracy and how to navigate it. The Nuts and Bolts of Grant Writing covers everything from budgets to submissions and federal to foundation competitions, giving novices the opportunity to leapfrog over some of the hard lessons that most college and university grant seekers must learn from trial and error and allowing those with more experience to sharpen their skills. “At last, a book aimed at helping college faculty learn the ins and outs of obtaining grant funding. Today more than ever, faculty at all types and level of schools want and need to pursue grant money to support their research efforts; and now they have useful tool to help them get started.” —Craig P. Donovan, Kean University “Insightful, innovative, and informative! A ‘must-read’ for the novice grant writer who is looking to gain some behind-the-scenes experience. I thoroughly enjoyed this text.” —Armen Shaomian, University of South Carolina “It is good, solid information, written in an understandable language. I like its honesty and straightforwardness. The author clearly knows the material and has information critical to the process of successful grant proposal writing.” —Sandra Yudilevich Espinoza, Salem State University “The inclusion of text about working with university-sponsored research and university relations is great. This is an important topic that, to my knowledge, has not been addressed in other grant writing books.” —Karen A. Randolph, Florida State University “The examples, boxes, and glossaries in the proposal are excellent and provide a ‘real-life’ look at the concepts being presented.” —Carol E. Gettings, State University of NY College at Buffalo
The finite clause 'he had retired' can be changed to a non-finite clause by deleting the subject 'he' after 'after' and changing the helping verb 'had' into ...
Author: Ali Almanna
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book is aimed primarily at undergraduate and postgraduate students of translation and contrastive linguistics across the world, as well as their instructors. It does not confine itself to showing the differences between Arabic and English in terms of traditional grammar alone, but gently extends to the discussion of such issues as functional grammar, syntax, cohesion, semantics, pragmatics, cognitive linguistics, stylistics, text-typology, translation procedures, and, to a certain degree, translation theories. It will serve to develop a professional translation competence in all essential areas in students and trainees by providing a suitably wide range of bidirectional practice materials for them and their teachers. Such competence will be developed from the basis of a contrastive study of Arabic and English, and will embrace not just contrasting grammar, but also such matters as awareness of collocations, stylistics and cohesive devices and the identification of text types.
However, in addition to two of the main purposes of this book—helping you to develop and strengthen your organization and helping you to find money to ...
Author: Robert J. Ligouri
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Nuts and Bolts: A Survival Guide for Non-profit Organizations provides down-to-earth, practical advice from two veterans of the non-profit and fundraising sector to strengthen your non-profit organization, to build community support, to secure necessary funding, and to express appreciation to supporters and friends. This guide is full of examples of matters well- and badly-handled to help you improve management of your non-profit organization and make it more successful.
In addition to reproducible charts and handouts, this book provides teaching tips and wisdom that most teachers learn only after years of trial and error.
Author: Delia Touchton Halverson
Publisher: Abingdon Press
This practical guidebook leads new and experienced teachers through the challenging, and sometimes confounding, landscape of the education ministry of a congregation. In addition to reproducible charts and handouts, this book provides teaching tips and wisdom that most teachers learn only after years of trial and error.
... RN 2000 A Nuts - and - Bolts Approach to Teaching Nursing , 2nd ed . ... W8AO 1993 An Addictions Curriculum for Nurses and Other Helping Professionals.
Author: Victoria Schoolcraft
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
This small book is written in a very clear and succinct manner - allowing for a great deal of content to be presented in a rather small space. It's a good resource of information for those trying to figure out (and survive) the academic work setting. - on the 1st edition, Nursing and Health Care. Here is the revised and updated edition of this down-to-earth survival manual for those who are teaching for a brief time, for those who are new to teaching, and for those who need a quick refresher course. Brimming with practical pointers and dozens of timesaving tables and checklists, this precise volume delineates strategies you will need to make clinical assignments, select the right textbook, construct and analyze student tests, facilitate student learning of technology, prepare and present lectures and much more.
We initially began this partnership as a way of helping a small group of South African scientists to learn how to grow their own ventures in 2008.
Author: McLean Sibanda
Publisher: Jonathan Ball Publishers
The future of Africa is bright. Innovation, and not aid, is the answer. McLean Sibanda believes that Africa must be deliberate about its economic development and that change requires champions, and importantly, fertile enabling environments. In Nuts & Bolts you will gain unique perspectives on challenges faced by leaders overseeing a turnaround in any organisation, and the thought processes behind innovation initiatives that yielded value. McLean provides practical insights on innovation and entrepreneurship for Africa’s development through a narrative of his seven years of repositioning Sub-Saharan Africa’s first internationally recognised Science and Technology Park, The Innovation Hub. Included, too, are reflections from entrepreneurs who have all gone on to build successful businesses which will be useful for anyone working on a start-up or innovation, particularly institutions set up to create new products or services. The musings of various successful entrepreneurs and ecosystem builders provide relevant context, inspiration and examples as to how best make use of support programmes provided by incubators and organisations similar to The Innovation Hub. Nuts & Bolts is a book about hope, it is full of stories about real people and companies who are making a difference, with testimonies of entrepreneurs, experienced ecosystem builders and innovators. It captures deep insights from the considerable time McLean has spent with entrepreneurs and innovators, on the importance of inclusive innovation and entrepreneurship, and provides a mix of global experiences and entrepreneurship narratives that eloquently sketch out the ‘nuts and bolts’ for entrepreneurship and innovation. ‘I hope this book will be of value to those wanting to make a difference, or be the difference, in solving many challenges faced by our world today, and in developing new products and services to create new market opportunities for a better world.’ – McLean Sibanda
In this practical, accessible guide for students, faculty, and other university personnel, author Cynthia E. Carr shares her best practices for planning, writing, and winning research grants based on her own experience submitting more than ...
Author: Cynthia E. Carr
Publisher: SAGE Publications
In this practical, accessible guide for students, faculty, and other university personnel, author Cynthia E. Carr shares her best practices for planning, writing, and winning research grants based on her own experience submitting more than 300 grant proposals and securing millions of dollars in awards. Insightful, innovative, and informative, the book goes beyond coverage of standard grant writing to specifically address the issues faced by the higher education community, including the university bureaucracy and how to navigate it. The Nuts and Bolts of Grant Writing covers everything from budgets to submissions and federal to foundation competitions, giving novices the opportunity to leapfrog over some of the hard lessons that most college and university grant seekers must learn from trial and error and allowing those with more experience to sharpen their skills.
You might feel that helping your people remember the values is more important than arranging them in order of importance. Consequently, you might form the ...
Author: Aubrey Malphurs
Publisher: Kregel Academic
A quintessential guide to the fundamentals of ministry, now updated and expanded. Since Aubrey Malphurs first wrote Ministry Nuts and Bolts in 1997 he has gathered even more insights and strategies thanks to his work consulting for churches, his further research, and the classes he teaches at Dallas Theological Seminary. He has applied this expanded knowledge to the second edition of Ministry Nuts and Bolts, a helpful guide designed to teach pastors what they need to know about the day-to-day, nitty-gritty of leading a pastoratethings that arent taught in seminary
Somehow along the way in God's creation of heaven and the earth, he had an angel helping him who he really liked. This angel helped God and learned how God ...
Author: Richard D. Blackstone
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Nuts and Bolts Spirituality explores the two belief systems that we hold about life. Theory number one of the universe says that we are separate from each other, separate from God, and is fear-based. Theory number two of the universe says that we are one with all things, one with God and is love-based. We observe that most of the people in the world subscribe to the theory number one about the universe. To get real clarity on the beliefs that we hold about life and our relationship with the source of life, God, Nuts and Bolts Spirituality explores the two questions that must be addressed and answered. First, "Why was the universe created in the first place?" Secondly, "What is our purpose in that creation?" By examining these questions we can understand life from a larger, clearer perspective. From this understanding the reader can view their own life with more clarity and awareness. This larger, clearer perspective allows the "sleepwalkers" of the world to wake up, become aware, and truly create the life of their intentions and desires.
Good SEO involves helping a search engine find and understand your site. For this first you need to identify the target audience Page 39 of 128 Nuts and ...
Author: Abhishek Malakar
Publisher: Agaska Publishers
If you never read anything on digital marketing this is a perfect start for you. This book covers stuff from the very basic things that are suitable for a newbie and gradually advances to an intermediate level. This book also have on the appendix section a list of all the digital marketing jargon a person can come across. Furthermore this book will also prepare you for the google digital marketing garage free certification. We hope you all the very best in this journey.