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Counseling Children

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780534363277

ISBN10:
053436327X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/13/1999
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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Summary

Truly unparalleled as a text that translates theory into practice, Charles Thompson and Linda Rudolph's COUNSELING CHILDREN, FIFTH EDITION covers the most practical up-to-date methods that readers can use to develop effective approaches for counseling children. Comprehensive yet not overwhelming, the new edition of this popular book again succeeds at presenting a realistic look at the field of counseling children, as it presents useful strategies and intriguing case studies from actual counseling sessions. Easy-to-read and thoroughly contemporary, the Fifth Edition defines and describes the counseling process, answering questions often asked by first-time counselors. The book gives readers the most practical and up-to-date methods for helping children with developmental, social, or behavioral problems such as fighting, stealing, lying, cheating and shyness; self-destructive behaviors; children in homeless families; suicidal children; children in gangs; children involved in violent behavior; children in satanic cults; and terminally ill children. The book's complete coverage, with its clear presentation, applicable interventions, and references to useful resources on the Internet, makes it an invaluable training tool and ongoing resource--one that is sure to help any reader become a more empathic counselor.

Table of Contents

Part One Introduction to Counseling Children 1(62)
Chapter 1 Introduction to a Child's World
3(23)
What Causes Our Children's Problems?
5(4)
A Changing World
6(1)
The American Home
7(1)
Gender Issues Affecting Children
8(1)
Societal Crises
8(1)
Changing Values
9(1)
The Personal World of the Child
9(8)
A Child's Cognitive World
12(3)
The Child's World for Social Development
15(2)
What is Counseling?
17(2)
How Does Counseling Differ from Psychotherapy?
18(1)
What Is an Appropriate Working Definition of Counseling?
18(1)
What Counseling Can Do
19(3)
What Specific Types of Assistance Can Be Expected from the Counseling Session?
20(2)
Who Are the Mental Health Professionals?
22(2)
Websites for Child Counselors
24(1)
References
25(1)
Chapter 2 The Counseling Process
26(37)
Which Approaches to Counseling Are Most Effective?
26(2)
Classifying Counseling Theories
28(2)
What Do Effective Counselors Do?
30(6)
Preparing for the Interview
30(2)
What Are Some Things to Consider During the First Interview?
32(3)
First Interview Goals and Observations
35(1)
A General Model for Counseling
36(3)
Questions Counselors Ask
39(21)
What Does the Counselor Need to Know About Counseling Records?
39(1)
How Much Self-Disclosure Is Appropriate for the Counselor?
40(1)
What Types of Questions Should the Counselor Use?
41(2)
How Can Silences Be Used in Counseling?
43(1)
Should Counselors Give Advice?
44(1)
Should Counselors Give Information?
45(1)
How Does the Counselor Keep the Client on Task During the Counseling Session?
45(1)
What Limits Should Be Set in Counseling?
46(1)
What About the Issue of Confidentiality?
47(1)
Is This Child Telling Me the Truth?
48(1)
What Can Be Done When the Interview Process Becomes Blocked?
48(1)
When Should Counseling Be Terminated?
49(1)
How Can Counseling Be Evaluated?
49(3)
Goal Attainment Score Calculation: Level at Intake
52(1)
Goal Attainment Score Calculation: Level at Follow-up
53(1)
How Do Professional Counselors Work with Managed Health Care?
53(7)
Websites for the Counseling Process
60(1)
Websites for Information on Managed Care
60(1)
References
61(2)
Part Two Counseling Theories and Techniques: Adaptations for Children 63(294)
Chapter 3 Psychoanalytic Counseling
65(32)
Sigmund Freud
65(2)
The Nature of People
67(3)
Theory of Counseling
70(7)
Structural Concepts
70(1)
Dynamic Concepts
71(1)
Developmental Concepts
72(3)
Psychosexual Stages
75(2)
Psychoanalytic Counseling and Development of Self-Esteem
77(3)
Object Relations Theory
79(1)
Counseling Methods
80(7)
Catharsis
81(1)
Free Association
82(1)
Interpretation
82(1)
Analysis of Transference
83(1)
Analysis of Resistance
84(1)
Analysis of Incomplete Sentences
84(1)
Bibliocounseling
85(1)
Storytelling
86(1)
Play Therapy and the Expressive Arts
87(1)
Case Studies
88(5)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Psychoanalytic Counseling
93(1)
Psychoanalytic Counseling and Managed Health Care
94(1)
Summary
94(1)
Websites for Psychoanalytic Counseling
95(1)
References
95(2)
Chapter 4 Reality Therapy
97(21)
William Glasser
97(1)
The Nature of People
98(4)
Choice Theory and the Nature of People
100(2)
Theory of Counseling
102(1)
Counseling Method
103(7)
The Reality Therapy Process
107(3)
Case Study
110(2)
The 10-Step Reality Therapy Consultation Model
112(3)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Reality Therapy
115(1)
Reality Therapy and Managed Health Care
115(1)
Summary
116(1)
Websites for Reality Therapy
116(1)
References
117(1)
Chapter 5 Brief Counseling: Solution-Focused and Paradoxical Counseling Strategies
118(22)
Background
118(1)
Solution-Focused Brief Counseling
119(8)
The Nature of People
119(1)
Theory of Counseling
120(2)
Counseling Method
122(1)
Setting Counseling Goals
123(2)
Using the Miracle Question to Formulate Goals
125(2)
Case Study
127(6)
Reviewing the Steps in SFBC
131(2)
Paradoxical Counseling Strategies
133(5)
The Nature of People
133(1)
Theory of Counseling
133(1)
Counseling Method
134(1)
Case Studies
135(1)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Brief Counseling
136(1)
Brief Counseling and Managed Health Care
137(1)
Summary
138(1)
Websites for Brief Counseling
138(1)
References
138(2)
Chapter 6 Person-Centered Counseling
140(22)
Carl Rogers
140(2)
The Nature of People
142(1)
Theory of Counseling
142(2)
Counseling Method
144(6)
Case Study
150(2)
Person-Centered Counseling and Development of Self-Esteem
152(3)
Integrating Self-Concept Activities with the Child's Life
154(1)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Person-Centered Counseling
155(3)
Person-Centered Counseling and Managed Health Care
158(1)
Summary
158(1)
Websites for Person-Centered Counseling
159(1)
References
160(2)
Chapter 7 Gestalt Therapy
162(23)
Fritz Perls
162(2)
The Nature of People
164(2)
Theory of Counseling
166(1)
Counseling Method
167(10)
Gestalt Techniques
168(5)
Gestalt Activities Adapted for Children
173(4)
Case Studies
177(2)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Gestalt Therapy
179(2)
Gestalt Therapy and Managed Health Care
181(1)
Summary
182(1)
Websites for Gestalt Therapy
183(1)
References
183(2)
Chapter 8 Rational-Emotive-Behavior Therapy and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
185(30)
Albert Ellis
185(1)
The Nature of People
186(2)
Theory of Counseling
188(4)
Counseling Method
192(8)
Rational-Emotive-Behavior Education
197(3)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
200(2)
Case Study
202(3)
Applications of CBT
205(3)
Cross-Cultural Applications of REBT and CBT
208(1)
REBT/CBT and Managed Health Care
209(1)
Summary
209(2)
Websites for Rational-Emotive-Behavior Therapy
211(1)
References
212(3)
Chapter 9 Behavioral Counseling
215(29)
Developers of Behavioral Counseling
215(2)
The Nature of People
217(1)
Theory of Counseling
217(4)
Behavior Analysis
218(2)
Schedules of Reinforcement
220(1)
Counseling Goals
221(1)
Counseling Methods
222(7)
Contingency Contracts
222(1)
Self-Management
223(1)
Shaping
224(1)
Biofeedback
224(1)
Modeling
224(1)
Token Economics
225(1)
Behavior-Practice Groups
225(1)
Role-Playing
226(2)
Counseling Homework Assignments
228(1)
Assertiveness Training
228(1)
Classical Conditional Methods
229(6)
Systematic Desensitization
230(3)
Flooding
233(1)
Hypnosis
233(1)
Counterconditioning
234(1)
Aversive Conditioning
234(1)
Case Study
235(3)
Applications of Behavioral Counseling
238(2)
Punishment and Response Cost
239(1)
Eating Disorders
239(1)
Multimodal Approaches
239(1)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Behavioral Counseling
240(1)
Behavioral Counseling and Managed Health Care
240(1)
Summary
241(1)
Websites for Behavioral Counseling
242(1)
References
242(2)
Chapter 10 Transactional Analysis
244(30)
Eric Berne
244(1)
The Nature of People and Theory of Counseling
245(13)
Structural Analysis
246(2)
Transactional Analysis
248(1)
Script Analysis
249(3)
Game Analysis
252(1)
Life Positions
253(1)
Games Clients Play
254(2)
The Pursuit of Strokes
256(2)
Rackets
258(1)
Counseling Method
258(10)
Case Studies
268(2)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Transactional Analysis
270(1)
Transactional Analysis and Managed Health Care
271(1)
Summary
272(1)
Websites for Transactional Analysis
272(1)
References
272(2)
Chapter 11 Individual Psychology
274(38)
Alfred Adler
274(1)
The Nature of People
275(5)
The Need for Success
277(1)
Goals of Behavior
277(1)
Lifestyle
277(1)
Social Interest
278(1)
Environment
279(1)
Theory of Counseling
280(11)
The Family Constellation
282(3)
The Family Atmosphere
285(2)
Goals of Misbehavior
287(4)
Counseling Method
291(10)
Early Recollections (ERs)
293(2)
Interventions for the Four Goals of Misbehavior
295(6)
Case Study
301(3)
Adlerian Family Counseling
304(2)
Parent Education
306(1)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Individual Psychology
306(2)
Individual Psychology and Managed Health Care
308(1)
Websites for Individual Psychology
309(1)
References
309(3)
Chapter 12 Family Counseling
312(45)
How Does Family Counseling Differ from Individual Counseling?
312(1)
What Defines a Family?
313(1)
How Does General Systems Theory Relate to Families?
313(1)
The Systems Approach to Family Therapy
314(6)
The Spousal Relationship
314(1)
Detriangulation of Self from the Family Emotional System
315(4)
Emotional Systems of the Family
319(1)
Modeling Differentiation
319(1)
Structural Family Therapy
320(4)
Salvador Minuchin's Contributions to Structural Family Therapy
321(3)
Strategic Family Therapy
324(6)
Paradoxical Interventions
325(1)
Contributions of Milton Erickson, Jay Haley, and Cloe Madanes to Strategic Family Therapy
326(4)
The Communications Approach to Family Therapy
330(3)
John Gottman's Behavioral Interview Method
331(2)
Virginia Satir's Conjoint Family Therapy
333(14)
The Nature of People
334(2)
Theory of Counseling
336(4)
Counseling Method
340(1)
An Example of Satir's Method
341(1)
The Importance of Including Children
341(2)
Three Keys to Satir's System
343(1)
Satir's Technique
344(2)
The Counselor's Role
346(1)
Case Studies
347(2)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Family Counseling
349(1)
Family Counseling and Managed Health Care
350(1)
Summary
351(1)
Websites for Family Therapy
352(1)
Websites for Parenting
353(1)
References
353(4)
Part Three Counseling with Children: Special Topics 357(156)
Chapter 13 Counseling with Children from Different Cultures
359(14)
Introduction
359(11)
African American Children
364(1)
Native American Children
365(2)
Asian American Children
367(1)
Latino Children
368(1)
Biracial Children
369(1)
Summary
370(1)
Websites for Counseling Children from Different Cultures
370(1)
References
370(3)
Chapter 14 Play Therapy
373(27)
Play Therapy and Counseling Children
373(2)
Cross-Cultural Applications of Play Therapy
375(1)
Theories of Play Therapy
375(7)
Adlerian Play Therapy
375(1)
Child-Centered Play Therapy
376(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy
378(1)
Ecosystemic Play Therapy
379(1)
Eriksonian Play Therapy
379(1)
Gestalt Play Therapy
380(1)
Jungian Play Therapy
380(1)
Psychoanalytic Play Therapy
381(1)
Group Play Therapy
382(1)
Play Therapy with Families
382(3)
Dynamic Family Play Therapy
382(1)
Filial Therapy
383(1)
Strategic Family Play Therapy
384(1)
Theraplay
384(1)
Play Therapy Stages
385(1)
Play Therapy and Managed Health Care
386(1)
Play Therapy Media and Strategies
386(6)
Art
387(2)
Puppets
389(1)
Sand
390(2)
Case Study
392(2)
Summary
394(1)
Websites for Play Therapy
395(1)
References
395(5)
Chapter 15 Consultation
400(16)
Historical Perspective and Definition
400(1)
School and Parent Consultation Model
401(2)
Mental Health Consultation
403(2)
Collaborative Consultation
405(1)
The Consulting Process
406(2)
Consultation Interventions
408(2)
Role Shift
408(1)
Listing of Behaviors
409(1)
Logical Consequences
409(1)
Isolation Techniques
409(1)
Assessment as a Consulting Tool
410(4)
The Interview
411(1)
Case Histories
411(1)
Behavioral Observations
411(1)
Psychological and Educational Tests
411(3)
Summary
414(1)
Websites for Consultation
414(1)
References
414(2)
Chapter 16 Group Processes with Children
416(18)
Introduction
416(3)
Group Models
417(1)
Theoretically Oriented Group Counseling
417(2)
Group Leadership Skills
419(1)
The Group Counseling Process
419(9)
Forming a Group
419(7)
Research on Group Processes with Children
426(2)
Group Counseling Stages
428(1)
Group Prevention Processes
429(1)
Evaluation of Group Meetings
429(1)
Group Crisis Intervention
430(2)
Websites for Group Processes with Children
432(1)
References
432(2)
Chapter 17 Counseling Children with Special Concerns
434(44)
Child Abuse
434(7)
Psychological Maltreatment
436(1)
Physical Abuse
436(1)
Child Sexual Abuse
437(1)
General Counseling Strategies for Working with Abused Children
438(2)
Children's Memories of Abuse
440(1)
Children of Divorce
441(6)
Children in Stepfamilies
447(2)
Children in Single-Parent Homes
449(2)
Counseling with Children About Death and Dying
451(3)
Children in Alcoholic Families
454(2)
Latchkey Children
456(1)
Homeless Children
457(1)
Childhood Depression and Suicide
458(5)
Children in Satanic Cults
463(1)
Counseling Children About AIDS
464(2)
Children, Gangs, and School Violence
466(7)
Gangs
470(3)
Websites for Counseling Children with Special Needs
473(1)
References
473(5)
Chapter 18 Counseling with Exceptional Children
478(23)
The Situation of Exceptional Children
478(4)
Methods for Counseling with Exceptional Children
482(1)
Categories of Exceptionality
483(14)
The Gifted Child
484(2)
Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
486(2)
The Learning Disabled Child
488(3)
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD)
491(2)
The Mentally Retarded Child
493(2)
The Child with a Physical Disability
495(1)
Summary
496(1)
Counseling with Parents of Exceptional Children
497(1)
Summary
498(1)
Websites for Counseling with Exceptional Children
499(1)
References
499(2)
Chapter 19 Legal and Ethical Considerations for Counselors
501(12)
Privacy, Confidentiality, and Privileged Communication
502(4)
Informed Consent
503(1)
Confidentiality of Files
504(1)
Confidentiality in Groups
505(1)
Test Your Ethical Behavior
506(5)
Summary
511(1)
Websites for Legal and Ethical Considerations for Counselors
511(1)
References
512(1)
Appendixes 513
Appendix A Children's Conflicts with Others: Alternatives for Intervention 513(21)
Appendix B Children's Conflicts with Self: Alternatives for Intervention 534(15)
Appendix C American Counseling Association Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice 549(25)
Appendix D Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct: American Psychological Association 574(23)
Appendix E Code of Ethics: National Association of Social Workers 597


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