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Community Counseling : Empowerment Strategies for a Diverse Society

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2nd
ISBN13:

9780534258542

ISBN10:
0534258549
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/24/1997
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

This respected book offers effective guidelines for planning and implementing productive community counseling programs and provides examples of outstanding community counseling programs now in operation. In this extensively revised and updated book, authors Judy A. Daniels and Michael J. D'Andrea join Judith A. Lewis and Michael D. Lewis in a fresh examination of how counselors can develop a new vision of their professional roles. This reexamination of roles is essential in the quest to better meet the needs of clients living in a rapidly changing, culturally-diverse, and technological society.

Table of Contents

FOREWORD xiii(3)
PREFACE xvi
CHAPTER 1 THE COMMUNITY COUNSELING MODEL
1(44)
The Search for More Effective Counseling Paradigms
1(6)
The Traditional Counseling Paradigm
2(1)
Shifting Paradigms
3(2)
Community Counseling Defined
5(1)
Building Community: The Challenge of the 21st Century
5(2)
The Community Counseling Model
7(10)
Overview
7(1)
Basic Assumptions
8(9)
The Role of the Community Counselor
17(3)
The Individual and the Environment
17(1)
A Multifaceted Approach Within a Multicultural Society
18(1)
Promoting Prevention
19(1)
From Model Concept to Model Program
20(6)
Direct Community Services: Prevention Education
22(1)
Direct Client Services: Outreach and Counseling for Vulnerable Populations
22(1)
Indirect Community Services: Systemic Changes and Public Policy
23(1)
Indirect Client Services: Advocacy and Consultation
24(2)
A Unified Approach
26(1)
The Community Counseling Model in Action
26(11)
Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center
26(5)
The Community Counseling Model in Action: The "I Have a Future" Program
31(6)
Summary
37(2)
Supplemental Activities
39(1)
References
39(6)
CHAPTER 2 PREVENTIVE EDUCATION
45(41)
A Rationale for Prevention
45(4)
The Limitations of Individual Counseling
45(1)
Resistance to Prevention
46(1)
Incorporating Prevention Strategies in Counseling Practice
47(1)
Multicultural Considerations
47(2)
Stress: An Overview
49(4)
Theories of Stress
50(1)
The Cultural Specificity of Stress Reactions
51(1)
The Universality of Stress Reactions
52(1)
Stress-Management Interventions
53(7)
Controlling the Environment
53(2)
Altering Mental Processes
55(1)
Changing Lifestyles
56(1)
Altering Physiological Responses to Stress
57(2)
The Stress-Management Workshop
59(1)
Health-Promotion Programs
60(6)
Overview: A Holistic Approach
60(2)
Health Promotion in an Urban Setting: A Health Center for At-Risk Youth
62(4)
Health Promotion in a Rural Setting: The Madison County Health Project
66(3)
Life-Skills Training: Promoting Personal Competence
69(9)
Definition and Importance of Life Skills
69(1)
Effectiveness of Life-Skills Training Programs
70(1)
Promoting Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Competencies
71(1)
Gazda's Life-Skills Training Model
72(2)
The Prepare Curriculum: Goldstein's Problem-Solving Program
74(2)
School-Based Preventive Life-Skills Programs
76(1)
Violence Prevention and Conflict Resolution
77(1)
Summary
78(1)
Supplemental Activities
79(1)
References
80(6)
CHAPTER 3 OUTREACH TO VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
86(36)
Defining Vulnerable Populations
86(7)
An Equation for Psychological Health
87(2)
Helping Clients Learn New Coping Strategies
89(4)
Model Outreach Programs
93(11)
Helping People Cope with Marital Disruption
94(5)
The Family Development Project: Helping Pregnant Adolescents
99(5)
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Latinos/Latinas: The Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion (IBA)
104(7)
Promoting the Wellness of Battered Women
107(4)
Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention
111(6)
Definition of Crisis
111(1)
The Phases of Crisis
112(2)
Suicide Prevention
114(3)
Summary
117(1)
Supplemental Activities
118(1)
References
118(4)
CHAPTER 4 COMMUNITY COUNSELING AND THE COUNSELING PROCESS
122(49)
The Role of Direct Counseling Services
123(3)
Four Models of Responsibility
123(1)
Understanding and Nurturing Hope
124(2)
Promoting Personal Responsibility
126(15)
Self-Efficacy
127(1)
Self-Managed Behavior Change
127(2)
Social Responsibility
129(2)
Developmental Stages
131(6)
Multicultural Counseling and Therapy (MCT)
137(4)
Systems Theory and Environmental Influences
141(9)
Family Counseling
142(1)
Postmodernism and Family Counseling
143(2)
Contextualism
145(1)
Counseling for Personal Liberation
146(4)
Practical Applications of Community Counseling
150(15)
Assessment
150(2)
Individual and Environmental Change
152(13)
Summary
165(1)
Supplemental Activities
166(1)
References
166(5)
CHAPTER 5 CLIENT ADVOCACY
171(44)
Introduction
171(2)
Limitations of Direct Counseling
171(1)
Distinguishing Client Advocacy from Counseling
172(1)
Stigmatization
173(3)
Labeling Resulting from Disability of Impairment
173(1)
Racial/Cultural Stereotyping
174(1)
The Counselor's Role
174(2)
Empowerment Through Self-Help Groups
176(14)
The "Helper-Therapy" Principle
178(2)
The Ideology of Self-Help Groups
180(2)
Mutual Support in Self-Help Groups
182(3)
Self-Help and Political Action: Disability Rights
185(3)
Self-Help and Volunteerism
188(2)
Fostering a Responsive Helping Network
190(19)
Class Advocacy
191(2)
Advocacy in a Multicultural Society
193(1)
Coalition Building
194(4)
Community-Based Planning
198(3)
Consultation
201(8)
Summary
209(1)
Supplemental Activities
210(1)
References
211(4)
CHAPTER 6 THE COMMUNITY COUNSELOR AS SOCIAL CHANGE AGENT
215(35)
The Role of Social Change Agent
216(5)
Barriers and Challenges
216(3)
Promoting Clients' Empowerment Through Social Activism
219(2)
Ecological Considerations in Counseling Practices
221(21)
Using an Ecological Approach with Culturally Diverse Clients
223(5)
Microsystems: School-Based Programs
228(3)
Mesosystems: Projects for School Development
231(3)
Exosystems: Neighborhood Organizations
234(6)
Macrosystems: Shaping and Changing Society
240(2)
Indirect Community Programs as Empowerment Strategies
242(3)
Summary
245(1)
Supplemental Activities
246(1)
References
246(4)
CHAPTER 7 APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMUNITY COUNSELING MODEL
250(38)
Review of the Community Counseling Model
250(1)
Mental Health Agencies
251(5)
Direct Community Services
251(3)
Direct Client Services
254(1)
Indirect Community Services
255(1)
Indirect Client Services
256(1)
Career Development Agencies
256(4)
Direct Community Services
257(1)
Direct Client Services
258(1)
Indirect Community Services
259(1)
Indirect Client Services
259(1)
Specialized Agencies
260(4)
Direct Community Services
260(2)
Direct Client Services
262(1)
Indirect Community Services
263(1)
Indirect Client Services
263(1)
Business and Industry
264(4)
Direct Community Services
264(1)
Direct Client Services
265(1)
Indirect Community Services
266(1)
Indirect Client Services
267(1)
Educational Settings
268(15)
Elementary and Secondary Schools
269(6)
Colleges and Universities
275(8)
Summary
283(1)
Supplemental Activities
284(1)
References
284(4)
CHAPTER 8 MANAGING THE COMMUNITY COUNSELING PROGRAM
288(33)
Planning
289(5)
Needs Assessment
289(3)
Goal Setting
292(1)
Decision Making
293(1)
Planning for Implementation
293(1)
Budgeting
294(3)
Sources of Revenue
295(2)
Organizing
297(4)
Contrasting Two Organizational Models
297(3)
Future Organizational Challenges
300(1)
Leadership and Supervision
301(11)
Leadership Style
301(2)
The Five Components of Effective Leadership
303(1)
The Supervisory Relationship
304(4)
Multicultural Supervision
308(4)
Evaluation
312(3)
Process Evaluation
313(1)
Outcome Evaluation
314(1)
Unique Managerial Challenges
315(1)
Summary
316(1)
Supplemental Activities
317(1)
References
317(4)
NAME INDEX 321(4)
SUBJECT INDEX 325


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