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Friday, 17 March 2017

New Book on Motivating Clients by Paul Grantham – Save Today

A new book by Paul Grantham is now available on Amazon:


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Clients often find change very difficult whether it is due to being stuck in repetitive cycles, low self-worth or simply fear of the unknown. This 106 page book is a collection of IDEAS, TIPS and TECHNIQUES based on decades of practice experience plus the thoughts of the very best counsellors and psychotherapists. In some ways - it is not just a book in the traditional sense. It is a PRACTICAL LEARNING PROGRAMME that will enable you to use your new skills with your clients straightaway.

Take this book with you to work and do some exercises straight after seeing a particularly unmotivated client, it will help you to find a way forward with them. Write in the book, answer questions, ask your own, use it as a practical tool and it will help you to be more effective in your everyday work. Furthermore, if you find any of the steps particularly useful or, perhaps, confusing - write to us at and share your views. If you can come up with additional steps for this programme, feel free to share them with us and we will be happy to mention you in future publications.

Offer valid until Monday 20 March, when RRP will apply.

I hope you will find this book practical and useful in your daily work.

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