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Introduction to Therapeutic Counseling With Infotrac: Voices from the Field

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4/23/2003
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Summary

Part I: THE PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR. 1. What Counseling Is and How It Works. 2. Foundations of Counseling: Basics of History and Research. 3. Settings for Therapeutic Counseling. 4. The Therapeutic Relationship. Part II: COUNSELING APPROACHES. 5. Insight-Oriented Approaches. 6. Action-Oriented Approaches. 7. Integrating Theory and Counseling Skills. 8. Assessment, Testing, and the Diagnostic Process. Part III: COUNSELING APPLICATIONS. 9. Group Counseling. 10. Marital, Family, and Sex Counseling. 11. Career Counseling. 12. Addictions Counseling. 13. Counseling with Diverse Populations. Part IV: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. 14. Ethical and Legal Issues. 15. Toward Closure. Appendix A: Code of Ethics, American Counseling Association.

Table of Contents

PART I THE PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR
1(111)
What Counseling Is and How It Works
2(22)
Why Be a Counselor?
3(5)
To Be a Counselor
8(7)
Dealing with Anxiety
9(1)
Making a Commitment
9(1)
Striving for Excellence
10(2)
Adopting a Neutral Posture
12(1)
Subjugating Personal Needs
13(1)
Coping with Discomfort
14(1)
Dealing with Ambiguity
14(1)
Definitions of Counseling
15(3)
Why Does Therapeutic Counseling Work?
18(4)
Significance of the Self
20(2)
Summary
22(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
22(1)
Suggested Readings
23(1)
Foundations of Counseling
24(28)
Basics of History and Research
25(1)
The Identity of Counseling
26(4)
History of Therapeutic Counseling
30(11)
The Ancient Philosophers
31(1)
The First Psychiatrists
31(2)
Influences from Psychology
33(1)
The Guidance Era
34(2)
The Counseling Era
36(4)
The Era of Therapeutic Counseling
40(1)
Licensing and Regulation in Counseling
41(2)
Research Foundations of Counseling
43(6)
Counselors as Scientist-Practitioners
43(1)
Counseling and Research Processes
44(2)
Research for the Counselor
46(3)
Becoming an Informed Consumer of Research
49(1)
Summary
50(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
50(1)
Suggested Readings
51(1)
Settings for Counseling
52(30)
What Counselors Have in Common
55(6)
A Unique Identity
55(1)
Many Different Roles
55(2)
A Set of Generic Skills
57(1)
A Set of Common Goals
58(1)
Both Developmental and Remedial Orientation
59(2)
Teamwork
61(1)
A Day in the Life
61(14)
High School
62(1)
Private Practice
63(3)
Preschool
66(1)
Mental Health Center
67(1)
Crisis Center
68(1)
Street Ministry
69(2)
University Counseling Center
71(1)
Counseling in Industry
72(2)
Current and Future Trends
74(1)
The Value of a Flexible Specialty
75(4)
Guidelines for Selecting a Counseling Specialty
77(2)
Summary
79(2)
Self-Guided Explorations
81(1)
Suggested Readings
81(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
82(29)
Qualities of Counseling Relationships
84(4)
Perspectives on Helping Relationships
88(3)
A Bit More of History
88(1)
Congruence, Positive Regard, and Empathy
88(1)
Working Alliance
89(2)
Counselors as Relationship Specialists
91(4)
Conflict Resolution in Relationships
95(2)
Practical Dimensions of the Therapeutic Relationship
97(4)
Commitment
97(1)
Trust
98(1)
Empathy
98(1)
Confidentiality
99(1)
Benevolent Power
99(1)
Experiencing the Therapeutic Relationship as a Client
100(1)
Creating a Relationship in the Initial Interview
101(7)
Establishing Rules
102(1)
Planting Hope
102(2)
Assuring Confidentiality
104(1)
Assessing Expectations
104(1)
Collecting Information
105(1)
Identifying Problems
105(1)
Beginning Intervention
106(1)
First-Session Agenda Review
106(2)
Reciprocal Influence in Helping Relationships
108(1)
Summary
109(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
109(1)
Suggested Readings
110(1)
PART II COUNSELING APPROACHES
111(118)
Insight-Oriented Approaches
112(32)
Introduction to Theory Construction
113(5)
Approximation of Truth and Reality
115(3)
Client-Centered Counseling
118(5)
Basic Assumptions
118(2)
Favorite Techniques
120(2)
Criticisms of Client-Centered Counseling
122(1)
Personal Applications
123(1)
Existential Counseling
123(5)
Premises of Existential Counseling
125(2)
Criticisms of Existential Counseling
127(1)
Personal Applications
127(1)
Psychoanalytic Counseling
128(5)
Basic Psychoanalytic Concepts
128(3)
Criticisms of Psychoanalytic Counseling
131(1)
Personal Applications
132(1)
Gestalt Counseling
133(3)
Originators and Basic Concepts
133(1)
Techniques of Gestalt Counseling
134(2)
Criticisms of Gestalt Counseling
136(1)
Honorable Mentions
136(4)
Adlerian Counseling
137(1)
Narrative Therapy
138(1)
Feminist Therapies
139(1)
Summary
140(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
141(1)
Suggested Readings
142(2)
Action-Oriented Approaches
144(26)
Behavioral Counseling
147(6)
Early Background
147(2)
Behavioral Technology
149(3)
Criticisms of the Behavioral Approach
152(1)
Rational Emotive Behavior Counseling
153(6)
Basic Points of REBT
154(3)
Criticisms of Cognitive-Based Therapies
157(1)
Personal Applications
158(1)
Strategic Counseling
159(4)
Strategic Interventions
161(1)
Criticisms of Strategic Counseling
162(1)
Personal Applications
162(1)
Honorable Mentions
163(5)
Multimodal Counseling
163(1)
Reality Therapy
164(1)
Expressive Therapies
165(2)
Bibliotherapy
167(1)
Summary
168(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
168(1)
Suggested Readings
169(1)
Integrating Theory and Counseling Skills
170(26)
A Personal Journey
171(2)
Movement toward Integration
173(2)
Grabbing Truth by the Tail
175(1)
A Personal Theory
176(2)
Criteria of Effectiveness
176(1)
Guidelines for Usefulness
177(1)
Stages in Developing a Personal Theory
178(5)
Entry
178(2)
Mentorhood
180(1)
Eclecticism
181(1)
Experimentation
181(1)
Pragmatism
181(2)
How Are You Doing So Far?
183(4)
Generic Counseling Skills
185(1)
Stages of the Counseling Process
185(2)
Pivotal Counseling Skills
187(6)
Being Intentional and Reliable
188(1)
Significance of Attending Skills
188(5)
Summary
193(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
193(2)
Suggested Readings
195(1)
Assessment, Testing, and the Diagnostic Process (Coauthored with Perry L. Collins)
196(33)
What Is Assessment?
199(1)
The Role of Testing in the Assessment Process
200(3)
Technology and Assessment
202(1)
Why Study Testing?
202(1)
Standardized Measures
203(7)
Tests of Ability
205(1)
Tests of Aptitude
206(1)
Tests of Achievement
206(1)
Tests of Typical Performance
207(1)
Selecting Tests
207(3)
Nonstandardized Measures
210(2)
Observational Assessment
210(1)
Rating Scales
210(1)
Self-Assessment
211(1)
Using Assessment Methods in Counseling
212(3)
Test Interpretation
212(1)
Summary of Assessment Principles
212(1)
Critical Application of Assessment Principles: Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse
213(1)
Applications of Assessment Principles to Other Clients-at-Risk
214(1)
Formal and Functional Diagnosis
215(11)
Diagnosis
219(4)
Ethical Concerns
223(2)
Behavioral Diagnosis
225(1)
Summary
226(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
226(1)
Suggested Readings
227(2)
PART III COUNSELING APPLICATIONS
229(136)
Group Counseling
230(32)
Survey of Groups
231(9)
Encounter Groups
234(1)
An Encounter Group in Action
235(1)
Psychoeducational Groups
236(1)
A Psychoeducational Group in Action
236(1)
Counseling Groups
236(1)
A Counseling Group in Action
237(1)
Therapy Groups
238(1)
A Therapy Group in Action
238(1)
Self-Help and Support Groups
239(1)
Some Considerations in the Use of Group Modalities
240(2)
Counteracting Potential Limitations
242(1)
Advantages of Group Work
242(4)
Cost Efficiency
242(1)
Spectator Effects
243(1)
Stimulation Value
243(1)
Opportunities for Feedback
244(1)
Support
245(1)
Structured Practice
246(1)
Basic Assumptions about Groups
246(4)
Group Process Stages
250(5)
High-functioning Groups
253(2)
Cues for Intervention
255(2)
Abusive Behavior
255(1)
Rambling and Digressions
255(1)
Withdrawal and Passivity
256(1)
Lethargy and Boredom
256(1)
Semantic Errors
257(1)
Specialized Skills of Group Work
257(3)
Special Training
259(1)
Summary
260(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
260(1)
Suggested Readings
260(2)
Marital, Family, and Sex Counseling
262(28)
Family versus Individual Counseling
264(1)
Family Counseling Theories
265(3)
Power in Relationships
268(3)
Symptoms as Solutions
271(1)
Case Example of Family Counseling in Action
272(3)
Interpreting Symptoms as Metaphors
275(1)
Diagnostic Questions
276(1)
Reframing
277(2)
Directives
279(3)
Forcing the Spontaneous
280(1)
Opposition through Compliance
280(1)
Pretending
281(1)
Slowing Down
282(1)
Couples Counseling
282(3)
Ethical Issues in Couples and Family Counseling
284(1)
Sex Counseling
285(3)
Clinical Assessment Interview
285(1)
Physical Exam and Medical History
285(1)
Exploration of Relationship
286(1)
Sensate Focus Exercises
286(1)
Specialized Techniques
287(1)
Evaluation
287(1)
Summary
288(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
288(1)
Suggested Readings
289(1)
Career Counseling
290(26)
The Functions of Work
293(1)
Roles of Counseling
294(1)
Facilitating Self-Awareness
295(1)
Becoming Familiar with the World of Work
295(1)
Teaching Decision-Making Skills
296(1)
Teaching Employability Skills
297(11)
Life Coaching
297(1)
Theories of Career Development
298(1)
Theodore Caplow's Theory
299(1)
Donald Super's Theory
299(2)
John Holland's Theory
301(2)
Robert Hoppock's Theory
303(3)
Anne Roe's Theory
306(1)
John Krumboltz' Theory
306(2)
Other Models
308(1)
Career Education
308(2)
Abilities
309(1)
Interests
310(1)
Values
310(1)
Career Decision Making
310(2)
Trends and Issues in Career Counseling
312(2)
Changes in the Workplace
312(1)
Work and Leisure
313(1)
Use of Technology
313(1)
Summary
314(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
314(1)
Suggested Readings
315(1)
Addictions Counseling
316(20)
Symptoms of Addiction
318(1)
Drug Use and Drug Abuse
318(3)
Our Drug Culture
321(1)
Effects of Drug Abuse
322(1)
Adolescent Drug Use
323(1)
Prevention
324(1)
Abuse in Special Populations
325(3)
The Elderly
325(2)
The Disabled
327(1)
Principles for Counseling the Chemically Dependent
328(5)
Medical Model
328(1)
AA/NA Model
329(1)
Therapeutic Model
330(3)
Summary
333(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
334(1)
Suggested Readings
334(2)
Counseling Diverse Populations (Coauthored with Shane Haberstroh)
336(29)
Multiple Conceptions of Culture
338(2)
Being Culturally Sensitive
340(2)
Influence of Biases
342(4)
Identity Issues
346(1)
Preferred Clients
347(1)
Counseling and Gender
348(3)
Counseling Ethnic Minorities
351(3)
Counseling the Aged
354(3)
Counseling Lesbian Women and Gay Men
357(3)
Counseling Clients Who Are Physically Challenged
360(1)
Summary
361(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
362(1)
Suggested Readings
363(2)
PART IV PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
365(42)
Ethical and Legal Issues
366(24)
Professional Codes
368(2)
Divided Loyalties
370(1)
Areas of Ethical Difficulty
370(11)
Dual Relationships and Sexual Improprieties
371(2)
Clinical Misjudgments and Failures
373(2)
Deception and Informed Consent
375(1)
Confidentiality and Privileged Communication
376(1)
Recent Trends
377(4)
Making Ethical Decisions
381(3)
Legal Issues in Counseling
384(4)
Summary
388(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
388(1)
Suggested Readings
389(1)
Toward Closure
390(17)
Advice for the Passionately Committed Counseling Student
391(9)
Be Self-Directed
391(1)
Read
392(1)
Find a Mentor
392(1)
Volunteer to Do Research
392(1)
Ask Questions
393(1)
Challenge Your Teachers
393(1)
Challenge Yourself
393(1)
Experience Counseling as a Client
394(1)
Personalize Everything
394(1)
Expand Your World
395(1)
Become Active in Professional Organizations
395(1)
Develop a Flexible Specialty
396(1)
Resist Burnout
397(1)
Confront Your Fears of Failure
398(1)
Get the Most from Supervision
399(1)
Seize the Day
399(1)
What Most Students Don't Learn Until It Is Way Too Late
400(4)
Variations on a Theme
404(1)
A Closing Voice from the Field
404(1)
Self-Guided Explorations
405(1)
Suggested Readings
405(2)
Appendix A Code of Ethics, American Counseling Association 407(22)
References 429(18)
Index 447


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