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Counseling Strategies That Work! : Evidence-Based Interventions for School Counselors

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6/12/2006
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Pearson
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Counseling Strategies that Worktargets the unique, day-to-day problems encountered by todayrs"s school counselor and provides a new perspective on treatment selection. This text is an anthology of intervention strategies that are rooted in scientific evidence supporting their effectiveness when applied to the day-to-day "problems" confronting todayrs"s school counselor. It is an excellent source for counseling techniques courses or as a reading assigned as part of their field placement experiences, as well as a useful reference text for all those currently employed as school counselors. Every chapter provides a blending of theory, practice and guided, personalized application. The content is broken down succinctly, beginning with a brief introduction to the nature of the problems being addressed before delving into a detailed presentation with case illustration of the application of an intervention strategy. Each chapter includes: A brief introduction to the nature of the problems being addressed. Precis of sample research supporting a specific intervention technique. Detailed presentation with case illustration of the application of the intervention strategy. A listing of clinical recommendations for direct application. A list of web based and literature based resources of additional material.

Table of Contents

Preface x
Acknowledgments xvi
SECTION 1 ASSISTING STUDENTS NAVIGATE ACADEMIC DEMANDS
1(76)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Interventions for Student Distractibility, Inattentiveness, and Time on Task
3(18)
Sample Interventions
A Multimethod Intervention for Social-Skills Deficits in Children with AD/HD and Their Parents
6(2)
The Effects of Self-Monitoring of Academic Performance
8(2)
School-based Multicomponent Program for Treating AD/HD
10(2)
Detailed Intervention
Group Counseling Intervention for Children with AD/HD
12(4)
From the Field
16(5)
Disruptive Behavior: Tantrums, Out-of-Seat, and Clowning
21(13)
Sample Interventions
Contingency Contracting: Reducing Classroom Tantrums
23(1)
Modifying Task Difficulty
24(2)
Group Contingency to Manage Disruptive Behavior
26(2)
Detailed Intervention
Reality Therapy and Solution-Focused Counseling for Student Off-Task Behavior
28(3)
From the Field
31(3)
Dishonesty: Cheating and Stealing
34(16)
Sample Interventions
Classroom Control as a Means of Reducing Cheating
37(2)
Encouraging Schoolwide Honesty
39(2)
Stimulus Control-Reinforcement and Response Cost as a Means of Reducing Stealing
41(2)
Extinction as a Means of Controlling Stealing
43(1)
Detailed Intervention
Family Contracting and Self-Reinforcement of Alternative Behavior
44(2)
From the Field
46(4)
Low Self-efficacy and Motivational Issues
50(13)
Sample Interventions
Goal Setting for Academic Improvement
52(2)
Poor Performance: Skills or Motivation?
54(2)
Goal Setting and Self-Assessment
56(2)
Detailed Intervention
The ``Go For It'' Club
58(2)
From the Field
60(3)
Task Completion and Homework Issues
63(14)
Sample Interventions
Use of Learning Stations to Increase Self-Control for Homework Completion
65(2)
Reinforcements and Real-Life Homework
67(1)
Personalizing Homework
68(2)
Detailed Intervention
The Use of Goal Setting and Contingency Contracting
70(2)
From the Field
72(5)
SECTION 2 ASSISTING STUDENTS WITH INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
77(86)
Social Withdrawal, Shyness, and Social Anxiety
79(14)
Sample Interventions
Social-Effectiveness Therapy
81(2)
Peer Pairing
83(2)
Cognitive Restructuring Strategy: A Case Study
85(2)
Detailed Intervention
Social-Skills Training for Shy Adolescents
87(3)
From the Field
90(3)
Violence: Aggression and Bullying
93(14)
Sample Interventions
Group CBT for Aggressive Boys
95(2)
Changing Attribution of Hostile Intent
97(2)
Bullying: A School-based Intervention
99(2)
Detailed Intervention
Think First!
101(3)
From the Field
104(3)
Noncompliance, Defiance, and Oppositional Behavior
107(13)
Sample Interventions
Reducing Oppositional and Aggressive Behavior: Social-Cognitive Group Intervention
109(2)
Facing Defiance---Avoiding the Power Struggle
111(2)
Student Self-Analysis on Monitoring of Behavior
113(2)
Detailed Intervention
Time-In/Time-Out
115(3)
From the Field
118(2)
Conduct Problems and Antisocial Behavior
120(15)
Sample Interventions
First Grade Prevention Program
123(2)
Performance-based Intervention---Child Training
125(2)
Decreasing Expression of Anger with CBT
127(2)
Detailed Intervention
Fast Track
129(3)
From the Field
132(3)
Sexual Behavior
135(14)
Sample Interventions
Behavioral Management of Public Masturbation
137(2)
Draw the Line/Respect the Line: Middle School Prevention Programming
139(2)
Culturally Sensitive Pregnancy-Reduction Program
141(2)
Detailed Intervention
Reducing Sexual Risk-Taking Behaviors
143(3)
From the Field
146(3)
Prejudice and ``Isms'' in the School
149(14)
Sample Interventions
Modifying Racial Attitudes
151(2)
Antihomophobia: A Teaching Module
153(2)
Attitudes Toward the Handicapped
155(2)
Detailed Intervention
Developmental Guidance Project Embracing Difference
157(3)
From the Field
160(3)
SECTION 3 HELPING STUDENTS WITH EMOTIONAL DIFFICULTIES
163(136)
Anxiety: Separation Social, and Tests
165(15)
Sample Interventions
Friends Program
168(2)
Social Anxiety: CBT and Social-Skills Training
170(2)
Separation Anxiety: A Case Study using CBT
172(2)
Detailed Intervention
Stop, Drop, and Roll to Reduce Test Anxiety
174(2)
From the Field
176(4)
Stress
180(15)
Sample Interventions
Stress---A Skills-Oriented Program
182(2)
Increasing Coping Skills with a School-based Program in Optimistic Thinking
184(2)
Muscle Relaxation and Cognitive Coping Strategies
186(2)
Detailed Intervention
A School-based Management Program
188(3)
From the Field
191(4)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
195(14)
Sample Interventions
Response Prevention with an Adolescent
197(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment and Medication Alone or in Combination
199(2)
Group Behavioral Treatment
201(2)
Detailed Intervention
The Use of Exposure and CBT
203(3)
From the Field
206(3)
Improving and Maintaining Self-Esteem
209(16)
Sample Interventions
Psychosocial Prevention Program
211(2)
Psycho-educational Approach
213(2)
Guided Imagery
215(3)
Detailed Intervention
Adlerian Adventure-based Counseling
218(3)
From the Field
221(4)
Depression
225(17)
Sample Interventions
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Program for Schoolchildren
229(2)
Preventing Depression
231(2)
An Ecological Approach
233(2)
Detailed Intervention
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Relaxation, and Self-Monitoring
235(3)
From the Field
238(4)
Suicidal Ideation and Behavior
242(14)
Sample Interventions
Reducing Suicide Potential---A School-based Prevention Program
244(2)
Counselor Interview as Prevention Intervention
246(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Structured Intervention---SNAP
248(2)
Detailed Intervention
Suicide Prevention Program---SOS
250(2)
From the Field
252(4)
Trauma, Loss, and the Grieving Process
256(14)
Sample Interventions
School-based Group Treatment Protocol
258(2)
School-based Intervention for Children Suffering Loss from Divorce
260(2)
Use of Puppets to Treat Traumatic Grief
262(2)
Detailed Intervention
Childhood Traumatic Grief
264(2)
From the Field
266(4)
Eating Disorders
270(13)
Sample Interventions
Student Bodies---Internet Prevention Program
273(2)
Primary Prevention Program for Middle School
275(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa
277(1)
Detailed Intervention
Eating Disorder Prevention Program---A Controlled Study
278(3)
From the Field
281(2)
Substance Use and Abuse
283(16)
Sample Interventions
287(6)
Multidimensional Family Therapy
287(2)
Preventing Binge Drinking
289(2)
Group-based Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Adolescents
291(2)
Detailed Intervention
Project Pride: A Counselor-Administered Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program
293(2)
From the Field
295(4)
Index 299


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