9780134816425

Counseling Today Foundations of Professional Identity

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    9780134816425

  • ISBN10:

    0134816420

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-12
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Meaningful learning aids and real-life scenarios help students learn to become reflective practitioners.

Counseling Today: Foundations of Professional Identity does more than overview professional practice competencies—it actively engages students using relatable, real-life scenarios and effective pedagogical aids designed for the way they learn best.

As students are introduced to current research, controversial topics, and authentic counseling stories, they are challenged to think critically and reflect on what they learn. This approach keeps them involved in their learning as they acquire the skills they need to develop their professional identities. Filled with more first-person accounts, new social justice themes, over 300 updated reference citations, and the latest CACREP standards, the 2nd Edition gives readers true insight into the way that counseling is practiced today.


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Author Biography

Darcy Haag Granello, Ph.D., is a Professor of Counselor Education and Director of The Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program. She is an Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervising Credential. She has published over 60 articles in peer-reviewed national journals, has made over 300 international, national, and state presentations, and has secured over $2.2 million in grants and funding. She is co-author of three books: Suicide: An Essential Guide for Helping Professionals and Educators; Suicide, Self-injury and Violence in the Schools; and Counseling Today: Foundations of Professional Identity. One of Darcy’s research foci is in suicide prevention, assessment, and intervention, and she is the founder and director of a program to develop and implement a comprehensive suicide prevention plan for the OSU campus. Her second area of interest is in counselor education, specifically the cognitive development of counselors, counseling supervision, conducting outcome assessment, and attitudes towards persons with mental illness.


Mark Young is Professor of Counselor Education at the University of Central Florida, Orlando. For more than 20 years, he worked as a counselor in community mental health, college counseling centers, private practice, and corrections. He has been a state and national leader in counseling. For the past 14 years, he has conducted research and provided services for couples at the UCF Marriage and Family Research Institute. His writing is focused on practical issues that counselors face, including maintaining their personal wellness, understanding clients’ religious and spiritual perspectives, developing a theoretical orientation, and understanding the client/counselor alliance. His most recent books are Learning the Art of Helping and Counseling and Therapy for Couples.

Table of Contents

1. Who Are Counselors?
2. What Do Counselors Do?
3. How Are Counselors Trained and Regulated?
4. How Do Counselors Integrate Personal and Professional Identity?
5. How Do Counseling Students Get the Most from Their Graduate Programs?
6. How Do Counselors Use Theories?
7. How Do Counselors Use Research?
8. What Happens in a Counseling Session?
9. Where Do Counselors Work?
10. How Do Counselors Promote Social Justice and Engage in Culturally Competent Counseling?
11. How Do Counselors Collect and Use Assessment Information?
12. How Do Counselors Make Legal and Ethical Decisions?
13. How Do Counselors Support Wellness in Themselves and Their Clients?
14. Counseling Tomorrow

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