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45 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know

Author : Bradley T. Erford
ISBN : 0134694899
Genre : Counseling
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A user-friendly guide to essential counseling techniques and skills Concise, yet thorough, 45 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know is designed to prepare students to enter their field with sound ideas for applying theory-based techniques to their counseling. Coverage of each technique starts with the presentation of the theoretical origins, then provides a step-by-step guide to implementation, and culminates with opportunities for application. Transcriptions, case examples, multicultural implications, and outcomes-based research demonstrate real-life application of how the techniques can be used in counseling practice. This indispensable resource provides hands-on help for working with clients from all backgrounds to create positive changes in their lives and meet their counseling goals. The 3rd Edition features new case studies and application questions and five new techniques detailed in new chapters on Mindfulness Meditation (Ch. 17); Assigning Homework (Ch. 29); Narrative Theory (Ch. 43); Strengths-Based Counseling (Ch. 44); and Client Advocacy (Ch. 45).
Category: Counseling

Child And Adolescent Counseling

Author : Brenda L. Jones, PhD, LPC
ISBN : 9780826147646
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 31.13 MB
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"I am impressed with the layout, the writing, and the integrative nature of this volume. It should have a long shelf life, for it is extremely comprehensive and will be relevant for years to come." -Samuel T. Gladding, PhD, LPMHC, CCMHC, NCC Professor of Counseling Wake Forest University Fellow in the American Counseling Association Past President of the American Counseling Association This the first text to fully integrate the developmental, systemic, multicultural, and relational elements of child and adolescent counseling. This unique approach emphasizes the powerful interconnections supporting effective child and adolescent counseling with creative and time-efficient methods. Supported by CACREP standards, competencies, and outcomes, this book features best practice strategies and techniques to aid counselors-in-training who will be assisting children, adolescents, and their families in developing transformative coping methods while navigating contemporary issues. This textbook is distinguished by its broad and holistic focus as a means of increasing counseling efficacy and applies to a range of therapeutic modalities. The text advocates for a multisensory approach, using creative props, expressive arts, and interactive activities that helps to foster change by harnessing the learning styles best suited to individual children and adolescents. Based in theory yet highly practical, time-efficient, real-world counseling methods are illustrated through case studies, vignettes, and verbatim counseling sessions that are tailored to the needs of today's child and adolescent counselor. The book presents a comprehensive toolkit to foster engagement and assist the future counselor in grasping key concepts. Pedagogical aids include learning objectives, key terms, learning activities, case studies, points to remember, chapter summaries, and questions for further study. Abundant instructor resources include sample syllabi, an instructor's manual with experiential activities and assessment rubrics, additional chapter discussion questions and resources, a test bank, and PowerPoint slides. Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers. Key Features: Grounded in a unique integrated approach encompassing developmental, systemic, multicultural, and relational elements and innovative and time-efficient practices Applies to a range of therapeutic modalities including school, marriage, couples and family, clinical mental health, clinical rehabilitation counseling, and more Illustrates time-efficient counseling methods through case studies, vignettes, and examples from actual client and counselors-in-training sessions Highlights contemporary issues including incarcerated parents, sexual minorities, military influences and same-sex parents. Infused with CACREP standards, competencies and outcomes to help with accreditation and prepare students for exams Edited and authored by educators and authors with a wealth of professional expertise Includes learning objectives, key terms, charts, tables and figure, questions for further study and chapter summaries
Category: Psychology

Career Counseling Interventions

Author : Wendy K. Killam, PhD, NCC, CRC, LPC
ISBN : 9780826132178
Genre : Education
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Goes beyond traditional “job hunt strategies” to provide innovative solutions targeted to specific populations This graduate text for courses in career counseling is distinguished by its emphasis on creative interventions tailored to the unique needs of diverse populations. With a focus on career as a cornerstone of personal identity, the book explores the specific meaning of careers within different cultures and examines the challenges faced by—and potential solutions for--individuals with diverse backgrounds and needs. It describes unique interventions that allow counseling students to visualize and actualize career counseling with a wide range of clients and demonstrates techniques targeted to each population that can be put into practice immediately. The text provides demographic information regarding specific job-seeking groups including such “traditional” populations as college graduates and working parents, as well as groups that encounter special challenges such as stay-at-home parents returning to work, formerly incarcerated individuals, people with disabilities, teen mothers, African American, Hispanic and Asian males and females, older adults, LGBT individuals, and many others. Over fifty creative, innovative interventions that have been successfully applied help counselors to provide effective career development strategies with each population. Chapters include a vignette representing each population, group demographics, a history of career paths and obstacles, unique needs of the group, supports already in place, and specific career counseling assessment and interventions. The book also provides abundant resources for additional study. In addition to its value to career counselors, the text will also be useful to personal counselors who often deal with their client’s career issues during treatment. Key Features: Provides in-depth exploration of underserved populations who hold unique career development needs Includes innovative career counseling interventions that move beyond standard “job hunt strategies” or “resume preparation tips” Explores life stage concerns related to career development across multiple diverse identities Gives readers step-by-step details on implementing over 40 innovative career counseling techniques Presents case studies that provide clear examples of the application of relevant interventions
Category: Education

Counseling Older Adults

Author : John Blando
ISBN : 9781135854096
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 85.6 MB
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Counseling older adults is not equivalent to counseling the general population, and specialized skills and knowledge, as well as sensitivity to the contexts in which older adults live, are essential in working successfully with this population. This text provides an introduction to gerontological counseling, integrating the basic skills of working with older adults with theories of counseling and aging. Specific counseling issues discussed include mental health counseling, career counseling, rehabilitation counseling, and family counseling. Along with these, important contextual factors such as race/culture, social class, social justice, spirituality, Alzheimer’s and other dementias, and family issues are considered in light of the latest research. Each chapter contains case studies, discussion questions, a glossary, and suggestions for further reading to reinforce the material presented.
Category: Psychology

Techniques

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ISBN : UVA:X006063277
Genre : Vocational education
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Making education and career connections.
Category: Vocational education

What Every Student Should Know About Study Skills

Author : Enid Leonard
ISBN : UVA:X030263365
Genre : College student orientation.
File Size : 32.57 MB
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What Every Student Should Know About Study Skills teaches students the study skills they need to master for college success. The strategy-development activities throughout the book allow student to assess their learning styles, improve time management and stress management, and become active learners. The What Every Student Should Know About... series is a collection of guide books designed to help students with specific topics that are important in a number of different college courses. Instructors can package any one of these booklets with their Allyn & Bacon/Longman textbook for no additional charge, or the booklets can be purchased separately. Consult your local Allyn & Bacon/Longman representative for more details.
Category: College student orientation.

Counseling For The Soul In Distress

Author : Richard W Roukema
ISBN : 9781317788300
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 41.60 MB
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Learn how to help your congregants work cooperatively with mental health professionals! This revised edition of The Soul in Distress i is a reader-friendly overview of the full range of adult psychiatric disorders. Updated with new information on genetics, brain scans, heredity, developmental concerns, new medications, and stress, it suggests ways for clergy to assist their congregants suffering from these illnesses and provides ethical guidance and clinical examples, often illustrating how physical disease can affect mental health. It also examines new short-term therapies and ways to handle difficult personalities. From author Richard W. Roukema, MD, FAPA: “With the recent events of terrorism in our country, the need for the clergy to be alert to the fallout on the lives of their congregants is clear. Anxiety, depression, prolonged grief, and post-traumatic stress disorder will be increasingly evident as the threat of terrorism continues. Now more than ever, the clergy should obtain a basic overview of the emotional and mental disorders they may encounter in their congregations. This book will update the clergy to the current state of knowledge in the field.” With fascinating case studies, and practical suggestions for dealing with various psychiatric disorders, Counseling for the Soul in Distress: What Every Religious Counselor Should Know About Emotional and Mental Illness, Second Edition examines: new trends in psychotherapy such as EMDR and Christian counseling the art of providing appropriate referrals to psychiatrists the aftermath of the September 11 attacks the ways that loss and grief affect the personality personality disorders depression and other mood disorders eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and obesity stress and its implications schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders neuroses organic mental disorders sexual problems drug abuse and alcoholism Written specifically for the clergy by a well-respected psychiatrist, this new edition of Counseling for the Soul in Distress is an essential addition to your reference shelf!
Category: Family & Relationships

Fundamentals Of Counseling

Author : Bruce Shertzer
ISBN : UOM:39015005528131
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 81.11 MB
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The underlying theories, processes, and techniques of educational counseling as well as the characteristics and responsibilities of counselors are examined. Bibliogs
Category: Psychology

Bulletin

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ISBN : UCAL:$B224884
Genre : Librarians
File Size : 36.69 MB
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Category: Librarians

A Consumer S Guide To Christian Counseling

Author : John Ed Roe
ISBN : 0687094801
Genre : Religion
File Size : 63.3 MB
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This CD is out of print. Complete lesson plans, stories, activities, scripts, station set-up tips, list of resources needed, printed music, lyric transparencies, and a music CD are included with each unit. Order this additional CD for multiple listening stations, work groups, or classrooms. For more information about PowerXpress, go to www.powerxpress.com.
Category: Religion

Techniques Of Guidance

Author : Arthur Edwin Traxler
ISBN : UOM:39015013430106
Genre : Educational counseling
File Size : 55.23 MB
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Category: Educational counseling

Healing Massage Techniques

Author : Frances M. Tappan
ISBN : UOM:39015013219491
Genre : Acupressure
File Size : 62.10 MB
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-- Clearly highlights massage technique in second-color -- Describes the use of massage in different professions and settings -- Includes self-evaluation sheets and sample health history forms This pioneering book in massage therapy provides basic information on the art and science of effective healing massage techniques in quick-learn, easy-to-understand terms. This leading book contains a thorough description of both Eastern and Western massage skills and explains the effects of massage in physiological as well as holistic perspectives. Also included are self-evaluation sheets and sample health history forms. A functional second color has been added to this edition to help highlight massage techniques. The perfect guide for physical therapists, massage therapists, health related professionals, and anyone interested in massage therapy.
Category: Acupressure

The Psychology Of Counseling

Author : Clyde Maurice Narramore
ISBN : UOM:39015039638401
Genre : Psychology
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Presents the basic concepts and techniques of counseling with appropriate illustrations. Discusses the effective use of Scripture in counseling. Contains a glossary and a bibliography.
Category: Psychology

Veterinary Medicine

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ISBN : CHI:62520736
Genre : Veterinary medicine
File Size : 89.36 MB
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Category: Veterinary medicine

Counseling Ethics And Decision Making

Author : R. Rocco Cottone
ISBN : UCLA:L0097717565
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 26.98 MB
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This book guides helping professionals, using the theme of decision-making as an anchor for the discussion of ethics in professional practice. Providing a thorough presentation of ethical principles and standards, the authors conscientiously examine ethical issues as they manifest themselves within several specialty areas (couple and family, school, mental health, career, group, rehab, additions, etc.) and use compelling case studies to illustrate the connection between ethical decision-making models and ethical practice. This revision includes additional coverage of multicultural issues, references the new 2005 American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics, and includes the highly-praised compendium of ethical codes.
Category: Philosophy