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Counseling Strategies and Interventions

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780205370528

ISBN10:
0205370527
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2008
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

MT, 11/14/2003, coded; ISBN: 0-205-37052-7 Priority: B Discount Code: K Previous Edition ISBN: 0-205-29347-6 Counseling Strategies and Interventions, 6/e Sherry Cormier West Virginia University Harold Hackney Fairfield University Publication Data: 2005, 7 x 9 1/4, Paper, 224 pp Course codes: SE1203 Counseling Interventions SP0425 Strategies in Counseling and Psychotherapy SE1229 Counseling Process, Skills, and Techniques Appropriate Courses Designed for upper-level undergraduate and entry-level masters courses in strategies in counseling, process, skills, and techniques, and intervention offered in the Departments of Counseling and Psychology. Summary Counseling Strategies and Interventions, Sixth Edition, prepares students for the real world of counseling people in today''s global society from an integrative perspective. This highly readable, pragmatic text focuses on basic counseling skills and strategies within a multicultural context, providing a solid introduction to the helping process and the counseling profession. Concise and current, it discusses up-to-date issues, such as diversity and multiculturalism, throughout. The authors provide a unique focus on the student''s growth and development as a counselor and how the student can best use supervision in this developmental process. Features Practical exercises and discussion questions interspersed throughout the text provide students with opportunities to practice and apply the skills and strategies presented in each chapter. Each chapter provides several examples, vignettes, and client cases designed to model and illustrate the chapter''s key concepts and skills. Highly readable and easy-to-grasp content help students translate simple ideas into more complex and global models as each chapter progresses., allowing readers to easily outline objectives and goals. Provides a unique focus on the student''s growth and development as a counselor (Ch. 11). Material on diversity and multicultural counseling enlightens students on such subtopics as specialties in counseling, trends in counseling including spirituality, cultural competence, relational and cultural empathy, cultural and gender factors, and working with different client social systems. Discussion of credentialing and licensing of counselors gives students real-world perspectives (Ch. 1). New To This Edition "Application Exercises" interspersed throughout each chapter allow students to apply content and obtain feedback, helping to reinforce major chapter concepts. Features new content and available resources on professional identity, credentialing of professional helpers and professional organizations, and standards of practice to assist students in delineating the evolution of the helping profession (Ch.1 & Appendix A). A brand new chapter, "Common Challenges for Beginning Counselors," addresses the concerns, challenges, and ethical boundaries of beginning helpers (Ch. 10). Includes newly revised material on cultural competence, power, privilege, and social justice throughout (Chs. 1-9). Incorporates bold new discussions on current ethical issues addressed in the workplace and how to structure the counseling session around those issues (Ch. 5). Expanded dialogue of contextual, cultural, and nonverbal affect cues; building a positive client relationship utilizing the Prochaska, DiClemente, and Norcross Stages of Change model; and integrative counseling strategies augment the helper''s awareness of pitfalls in helping. Contents Each chapter concludes with "Summary," "Discussion Questions," and "Recommended Readings." Exercises. Preface. 1. The Helping Profession. What Is Helping? Setting in Which Counselors Work. Ingredients of Professional Counseling. Training and Credentialing of Counselors. 2. The Helping Relationship. Accurate Empathy. Positive Regard. Genuineness. Self-Disclosure. A Climate of Safety. 3. Attending to Clients. Communication of Attentiveness. Facial Expressions. Eye Contact. Body Positions and Use of Space. Verbal Behavior and Selective Attention. 4. Recognizing Communication Patterns. Ritualized Patterns of Communication. Interactive Communication Patterns. Silence. 5. Managing the Counseling Session. The First Interview. Objectives of the First Interview. Cultural Variables and the First Interview. Counselor Responses That Encourage Client Expression. Counselor Responses That Solicit Information. Intake-Interview Content. Using Intake-Interview Information. Opening Subsequent Interviews. Terminating the Interview. Terminating the Counseling Relationship. 6. Responding to Cognitive Content. Recognizing Alternatives. Responding to Alternatives. Verbal Responses to Cognitive Content. Differentiation and Selective Responding. 7. Responding to Affective Content. The Importance of Responding to Affective Content. Verbal and Nonverbal Cues Associated with Emotions. Types of Affective Messages. Verbal Responses to Affective Contents. 8. Differentiating between Cognitive and Affective Messages. Setting the Stage for Affect. Types of Differentiating Responses for Cognitive and Affective Content. Effects of Responding to Affective Contents. Effects of Responding to Cognitive Contents. The Differentiation Process in Cross-Cultural Counseling. 9. Conceptualizing Problems and Setting Goals. The Client''s World. The Role of the Counselor. Process and Outcome Goals. Culturally Appropriate Counseling Goals. Three Elements of Good Outcome Goals. Translating Vague Concerns into Specific Goals. Client Resistance to Goal Setting. Client Participation in Goal Setting. 10. Using Counseling Strategies and Interventions. Working with Client Feelings. Working with Client Beliefs and Attitudes. Working with Client Behaviors. Working with Client Interactional Patterns and Relationships. Working with Client Social Systems. 11. Receiving and Using Supervision, by Janine M. Bernard. The Parameters of Supervision. The Focus of Supervision. Styles of Supervision. Methods of Supervision. Avoiding Supervision. Putting Your Development as a Counselor in Perspective. Preparing for Supervision. Using Supervision. Appendix: Counseling Strategies Checklist. References. Index. MARKETING MANAGER: Cluster Guide Bullets: Counseling Strategies and Interventions, Sixth Edition, prepares students for the real world of counseling people in today''s global society from an integrative perspective. The authors provide a unique focus on the student''s growth and development as a counselor and how the student can best use supervision in this developmental process. A brand new chapter (10), "Common Challenges for Beginning Counselors," addresses the concerns, challenges, and ethical boundaries of beginning helpers. Short Retail Description: Counseling Strategies and Interventions, Sixth Edition, prepares students for the real world of counseling people in today''s global society from an integrative perspective. This highly readable, pragmatic text

Table of Contents

Exercises
Preface
The Helping Profession
What Is Helping?
Setting in Which Counselors Work
Ingredients of Professional Counseling
Training and Credentialing of Counselors
The Helping Relationship
Accurate Empathy
Positive Regard
Genuineness
Self-Disclosure
A Climate of Safety
Attending to Clients
Communication of Attentiveness
Facial Expressions
Eye Contact
Body Positions and Use of Space
Verbal Behavior and Selective Attention
Recognizing Communication Patterns
Ritualized Patterns of Communication
Interactive Communication Patterns
Silence
Managing the Counseling Session
The First Interview
Objectives of the First Interview
Cultural Variables and the First Interview
Counselor Responses That Encourage Client Expression
Counselor Responses That Solicit Information
Intake-Interview Content
Using Intake-Interview Information
Opening Subsequent Interviews
Terminating the Interview
Terminating the Counseling Relationship
Responding to Cognitive Content
Recognizing Alternatives
Responding to Alternatives
Verbal Responses to Cognitive Content
Differentiation and Selective Responding
Responding to Affective Content
The Importance of Responding to Affective Content
Verbal and Nonverbal Cues Associated with Emotions
Types of Affective Messages
Verbal Responses to Affective Contents
Differentiating between Cognitive and Affective Messages
Setting the Stage for Affect
Types of Differentiating Responses for Cognitive and Affective Content
Effects of Responding to Affective Contents
Effects of Responding to Cognitive Contents
The Differentiation Process in Cross-Cultural Counseling
Conceptualizing Problems and Setting Goals
The Client's World
The Role of the Counselor
Process and Outcome Goals
Culturally Appropriate Counseling Goals
Three Elements of Good Outcome Goals
Translating Vague Concerns into Specific Goals
Client Resistance to Goal Setting
Client Participation in Goal Setting
Using Counseling Strategies and Interventions
Working with Client Feelings
Working with Client Beliefs and Attitudes
Working with Client Behaviors
Working with Client Interactional Patterns and Relationships
Working with Client Social Systems
Receiving and Using Supervision, by Janine M. Bernard
The Parameters of Supervision
The Focus of Supervision
Styles of Supervision
Methods of Supervision
Avoiding Supervision
Putting Your Development as a Counselor in Perspective
Preparing for Supervision
Using Supervision
Appendix: Counseling Strategies Checklist
References
Index
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