The Handbook of Counseling

Author: Locke, Don Cary Locke

Publisher: SAGE


Category: Psychology

Page: 788

View: 534

A landmark publication in its field, The Handbook of Counseling is the authoritative voice of the counseling profession. Comprehensive in its scope, this text explores how the field has developed, the current state of the discipline, and where this dynamic profession is going.

Counseling Theories and Techniques for Rehabilitation Health Professionals

Author: Fong Chan, PhD, CRC

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company


Category: Psychology

Page: 496

View: 987

This text provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the dominant theories and techniques of counseling and psychotherapy from a rehabilitation perspective. Written by recognized experts in their content areas, the book focuses on several knowledge domains underlying the practice of counseling in rehabilitation settings. These domains are presented within the framework of the major theoretical approaches to counseling and applications are explained as they relate specifically to people with disabilities. Case examples are used throughout the text. Basic techniques and selected professional issues related to practice are also presented. This collection will be useful for practitioners as well as for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in rehabilitation counseling/psychology and other rehabilitation health care disciplines such as nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.

Counseling Children

Author: Donna A. Henderson

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Category: Medical

Page: 768

View: 419

COUNSELING CHILDREN covers the most practical and up-to-date methods for developing effective approaches to counseling children. Donna Henderson and Charles Thompson's text is unparalleled in its translation of theory into practice. This easy-to-read guide includes useful strategies and case studies to provide students with a realistic look at the counseling field. To further prepare readers for their professional work, the ninth edition includes 2014 ACA ethical standards, best practice guidelines for typical and atypical children's problems, and fresh ideas that facilitate understanding of the world of the child. Expanded coverage of children who have special concerns and of family interventions provides readers with effective ways to deliver interventions across multiple settings. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Health Counseling

A Microskills Approach for Counselors, Educators, and School Nurses

Author: Richard Blonna

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning


Category: Education

Page: 323

View: 882

Health Counseling: A Microskills Approach for Counselors, Educators, and School Nurses, Second Edition teaches non-professionally trained counselors the basic skills of counseling. It addresses primary prevention issues such as preventing unintended pregnancy, STDs, as well as secondary prevention issues like diabetes and asthma. A new chapter on legal and ethical issues covers setting limits with students, ethical practice boundaries, and how to make referrals. Based on the Iveys MicroSkills Model, which breaks counseling into discrete skills that can be mastered and applied, it theorizes that to help people manage their health problems, counselors must help clients work through any emotional distress associated with them.

Nutritional Counseling for Lifestyle Change

Author: Linda Snetselaar

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 168

View: 927

Nutrition plays a role in the causes, treatment, and/or management of many chronic diseases, yet the physician's primary responsibility is to treat through medication. Translating research findings and clinical experience into practical treatment recommendations, the book focuses on alleviating chronic illnesses with nutritional support and interve

Counseling and Therapy

Author: Simon George Taukeni

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand


Category: Psychology

Page: 124

View: 243

This book, Counselling and Therapy, aims to equip students, life skills teachers, counselors, psychologists, academics, and other health practitioners with the most practical counselling and therapy basic skills, different counselling approaches, and problem-based techniques to address psychosocial problems. In this edition of Counselling and Therapy the following contents were covered: Definitions of counselling and therapy Counselling principles and theories Gender-based violence Self-efficacy and self-esteem Basic counselling communication skills

Career Counseling Over the Internet

An Emerging Model for Trusting and Responding To Online Clients

Author: Patricia Mulcah Boer

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Psychology

Page: 216

View: 193

This is one of the first books on the subject of counseling clients via e-mail. The author has taken the area of counseling practice and systematically reviewed relevant counseling theory, counseling ethics, and counseling skills in relation to Web counseling. The objective is to provide a practical text and guide for career counselors in online service. This book will be of interest to professionals in the field of career counseling, to graduate students of counseling, and to human resource management and outplacement professionals. The book begins by articulating issues in the debate on Internet counseling, giving particular attention to counselor concerns about ethical issues and the client-counselor relationship. Next, it details the 11 necessary competencies and skills for counseling professionals in general, translating these for use online, including the role of assessment, various electronic interventions, and the pros and cons of career counseling via the Web. Specific guidelines are offered for career counselors to implement online. The book concludes with suggestions for continuing research, as well as recommendations for counselor supervision, preparation, and training models as the field makes a paradigm shift. Framed into 10 chapters, 35 question and answer examples are interspersed to bring to life the actual experiences, themes, issues, and questions presented by a global clientele regarding their career development. Each chapter closes with discussion questions for practitioners to consider themselves or discuss with students in classroom and practice settings.

Christian Marital Counseling

Eight Approaches to helping Couples

Author: Everett L. Worthington

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 253

View: 228

Everett Worthington provides a Christian perspective and biblically based theory of marriage and marriage counseling. With an analysis of the individual, the couple and the family, Everett uses techniques drawn from several psychological schools of thought, combined with solid biblical principles to help guide counselors through the process of intervention, assessment and implementation of methods for change.