Enhancing Self-Esteem, 3rd edition
C. Jesse Carlock (Author)
Providing comprehensive coverage of self esteem, this text presents a four phase process – identity, strengths and weakness, nurturance, and maintenance – which is described along with the resistance on encounters, and provides the basis for successfully enhancing self-esteem. Interventions are outlined to bring together theory and methods – cognitive, emotional and behavioural. The strategies included are applicable to several populations (child, teen and adult) and several settings (school, business and community). For both children and adults, features include: designed as a textbook for courses, workshops and seminars; serves as a resource for teachers and counselors; used by individuals for self-improvement; translates theory into practice; provides 107 activities with specific procedures and anticipated outcomes; relates each activity to one of four phase processes; utilizes a systematic approach to enhancing self esteem; and incorporates cognitive, emotional and behavioural aspects of individuals.
Paperback: 538 pages
Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 3 edition (August 1, 1998)
Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 6 x 8.8 inches