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Dyslexia and Counselling

  • ID: 2223083
  • Book
  • March 2004
  • 372 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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While much has been written about dyslexia and literacy, little has been written about dyslexia and counselling. Good counselling remediates problems in relationships. Good teaching remediates problems in literacy. When the principles of effective counselling combine with the principles of effective literacy teaching, then dyslexia becomes not only manageable but potent, a source of individual strength and wisdom.

This book is designed to be a practical resource for busy counsellors and therapists working with dyslexic clients in the time–constrained world of modern therapy. It is also a reference for anyone who is interested in the counselling perspective on dyslexia: parents, teachers and anyone working in, for example primary care or the social services.

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Dyslexia as an Individual Difference.

The Social Landscape of Dyslexia. School.

The Effects of The School Environment.

The Effects of teachers and Peers.


The Family Environment of The Dyslexic Child.

The parents of Dyslexic Children. Effects.

The Psychological and Social Effects of dyslexia.


Psychological Strategies and Dyslexia.


Counselling Practice With Dyslexic Clients.

Counselling Process With Dyslexic clients.

Specialist Conuselling Approaches.

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Rosemary Scott
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