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This is the first and only book in the market that provides a theoretical framework on basic counseling skills. It presents a strong multicultural thread, as well as a strong emphasis on self-awareness. The book discusses the counseling process, the microskills model and helping skills and techniques, and includes integrated case conceptualization. Written for students, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and anyone interested in learning the basic techniques of helping in the context of theory and application to diverse populations.
Kathryn MacCluskie is an Associate Professor of Counselor Education at Cleveland State University. She completed her undergraduate work and Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Following several years working with youth in residential treatment, she earned an Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology from West Virginia University. Dr. MacCluskie served as the Drug and Alcohol Program Coordinator at Morgantown Federal Correctional Institution, and then worked as a therapist in a community mental health center. She joined the faculty at Cleveland State in 1994, and in addition to leading the Counselor Education section, also served as Chair of the Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects. Her professional interests lie in counseling student growth and development, and the interface between mental health and global sustainability.
Table of Contents
|Acquiring Counseling Skills Brief|
|Counseling Skills and You|
|Multiculturalism and Diversity in Counseling|
|The Microskills Model|
|Silence, Minimal Encouragers, Paraphrasing and Summarizing|
|Reflection of Meaning|
|The Counseling Process|
|Intake Interviews and Initial Assessment|
|Empirically Supported Techniques (ESTs) and Common Psychotherapeutic Factors|
|Integrated Case Conceptualization|
|Self-Awareness and Self Care|
|ACA Code of Ethics|
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