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Case Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780534348205

ISBN10:
0534348203
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/6/2000
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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This is the 5th edition with a publication date of 3/6/2000.
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Summary

Designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice, this text presents vivid examples of how 10 counseling approaches (psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, reality, behavior, cognitive-behavior, feminist, and family systems) work with a single client, Ruth. By applying each theory to a single client, Corey illustrates each therapeutic approach in action and helps clear up misconceptions students might have about how a therapeutic model actually works. Guest commentators (each a well-known and highly recognized practitioner) discuss Ruth's case based on their perspectives. In some cases, Corey was able to enlist the founder of a particular therapy such as William Glasser for control theory and reality therapy, Arnold Lazarus for multimodal therapy, and Albert Ellis for rational emotive behavior therapy.

Author Biography

James Robert Bitter, Ed.D., is a professor of human development and learning at East Tennessee State University. William Blau, Ph.D., has a private practice and teaches as an adjunct instructor at Copper Mountain College in Joshua Tree, California, and Chapman University Academic Center, 29 Palms, California. David J. Cain, Ph.D., ABPP, was the founder and editor of the Person-Centered Review and founder of the Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach. He is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. Currently, he is the Director of the Counseling Center at United States International University. He teaches at Chapman University and maintains a private practice in Carlsbad, California. Barbara Brownell D'Angelo, Ph.D., a California-licensed psychologist taught in the Human Services Program at California State University at Fullerton and was a counselor in the Counseling Center there. She later had a private practice in psychotherapy in Santa Ana, California. Frank M. Dattilio, Ph.D., ABPP, is on the faculty of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Hospital and is a guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School. He is also a clinical psychologist in private practice He is also a clinical member and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. John M. Dusay, M.D., is a psychiatrist in private practice in San Francisco and an associate clinical professor at the University of California at San Francisco. Albert Ellis, Ph.D., ABPP, is the founder and director of the Albert Ellis Institute for Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy in New York. Kathy M. Evans, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of Counselor Education at the University of South Carolina and is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed psychologist. Rainette Eden Fantz, Ph.D., was one of the founders of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She was the chairwoman of the Institute's Intensive Postgraduate Training Program. She died in 1994. Jon Frew, Ph.D., is in private practice in Vancouver, Washington, and is an Associate Professor at Pacific University's School of Professional Psychology. William Glasser, M.D., is the founder and president of The William Glasser Institute in Chatsworth, California. Elizabeth A. Kincade, Ph.D., is a counselor in the Counseling and Student Development Center at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Arnold A. Lazarus, Ph.D., ABPP, is distinguished professor in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University. He is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. Mary Moline, Ph.D., MFT, is a Professor of the Department of Family Psychology at Loma Linda University. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California. She received her Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy from Brigham Young University and her doctorate in public health from Loma Linda University. She is a clinical member and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. Donald Polkinghorne, Ph.D., is a professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Southern California and a licensed psychologist. He served as president of the Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology of the American Psychological Association. Pam Remer, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky and is a licensed psychologist. She also is a Certified Practitioner in Psychodrama. Susan R. Seem, Ph.D., is a faculty member in the Department of Counselor Education at the State University of New York College at Brockport and is a licensed psychologist and a national certified counselor. Robert E. Wubbolding, Ed.D., is professor of Counseling at Xavier University in Cincinnati and the director of the Center for Reality Therapy in Cincinnati. He is also the director of training for the Institute for Reality Therapy in Los Angeles.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Introduction and Overview
1(33)
Structure of the Book
1(3)
Overview of the Therapeutic Perspectives
4(20)
The Case of Ruth
24(10)
Case Approach to Psychoanalytic Therapy
34(20)
Introduction
34(1)
A Psychoanalytic Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
35(11)
William Blau
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Psychoanalytic Perspective
46(7)
Questions for Reflection
53(1)
Case Approach to Adlerian Therapy
54(29)
An Adlerian Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
54(1)
James Robert Bitter
General Diagnosis: Initial Interview
55(5)
Specific Diagnosis: Lifestyle Assessment
60(16)
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From an Adlerian Perspective
76(5)
Questions for Reflection
81(2)
Case Approach to Existential Therapy
83(22)
An Existential Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
83(15)
Donald Polkinghorne
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From an Existential Perspective
98(6)
Questions for Reflection
104(1)
Case Approach to Person-Centered Therapy
105(19)
A Person-Centered Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
105(12)
David J. Cain
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Person-Centered Perspective
117(5)
Questions for Reflection
122(2)
Case Approach to Gestalt Therapy
124(18)
A Gestalt Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
124(7)
Jon Frew
Another Gestalt Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
131(3)
Rainette Eden Fantz
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Gestalt Perspective
134(6)
Questions for Reflection
140(2)
Case Approach to Reality Therapy
142(19)
A Reality Therapist's Pespective on Ruth
142(6)
William Glasser
Another Reality Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
148(7)
Robert E. Wubbolding
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Reality-Therapy Perspective
155(5)
Questions for Reflection
160(1)
Case Approach to Behavior Therapy
161(24)
A Multimodal Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
161(9)
Arnold A. Lazarus
Another Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
170(8)
Barbara Brownell D'Angelo
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Behavioral Perspective
178(5)
Questions for Reflection
183(2)
Case Approach to Cognitive Behavior Therapy
185(27)
A Rational Emotive Behavior Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
185(11)
Albert Ellis
A Transactional Analyst's Perspective on Ruth
196(8)
John M. Dusay
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective
204(6)
Questions for Reflection
210(2)
Case Approach to Feminist Therapy
212(35)
A Feminist Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
212(18)
Kathy M. Evans
Susan R. Seem
Elizabeth A. Kincade
Ruth as a Survivor of Sexual Assault: Another Feminist Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
230(8)
Pam Remer
Jerry Corey's Work With Ruth From a Feminist Perspective
238(7)
Questions for Reflection
245(2)
Case Approach to Family Therapy
247(41)
A Cognitive Behavioral Approach to Family Therapy With Ruth
247(13)
Frank M. Dattilio
A Family Systems Therapist's Perspective on Ruth
260(26)
Mary E. Moline
Questions for Reflection
286(2)
Bringing the Approaches Together and Developing Your Own Therapeutic Style
288(21)
Working With Ruth From a Multicultural Perspective
288(3)
Questions for Reflection
291(1)
Jerry Corey's Integrative Approach to Working With Ruth
291(17)
An Exercise: Themes in Ruth's Life
308(1)
Concluding Comments
309


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