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Community and Agency Counseling

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9780135219232

ISBN10:
013521923X
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/1997
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

Appropriate for courses in Community and Agency Counseling. Well-written and user-friendly, this scholarly introduction to community counseling provides a thorough presentation of all aspects of community/agency counselingin a readable, accessible format that highlights the common experiences and unique aspects of being a counselor in a community setting.

Author Biography

Deborah W. Newsome is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Samuel T. Gladding is a professor and chair of the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Table of Contents

Part 1 HISTORY AND FOUNDATIONS OF COUNSELING 1(74)
Chapter 1 A History of Community Counseling
2(21)
Chapter 2 The Effective Community Counselor: Personal, Educational, Theoretical, and Systemic Factors
23(28)
Chapter 3 Ethical and Legal Aspects of Counseling
51(24)
PART II COUNSELING WITH SPECIFIC POPULATIONS 75(92)
Chapter 4 Multicultural Counseling
76(21)
Chapter 5 Counseling with Children, Adolescents, and College Youth
97(28)
Chapter 6 Counseling Adults and the Aged
125(22)
Chapter 7 Gender-Specific Counseling
147(20)
PART III COUNSELING SPECIALTIES 167
Chapter 8 Working with Groups
168(26)
Chapter 9 Marriage and Family Counseling
194(34)
Chapter 10 Mental Health, Addiction, and Employee Assistance Counseling
228(22)
Chapter 11 Career and Employment Counseling
250(30)
Chapter 12 Consultation
280(22)
Chapter 13 Assessment and the Use of Psychological Tests in Counseling
302(24)
Chapter 14 Evaluation and Research in Counseling
326(24)
Chapter 15 Counseling and Creativity: Uses of the Expressive Arts
350(29)
Chapter 16 Practical Aspects of Being a Community and Agency Counselor
379


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