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World of the Counselor : An Introduction to the Counseling Profession

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780495007807

ISBN10:
0495007803
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/20/2006
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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Summary

Neukrug's comprehensive introductory text gives students an unparalleled look into the practicalities of the counseling profession, providing them with a broad overview of the field including a firm foundation in the skills, theories, and day-to-day realities of the job. Thorough and research based, the book presents the key concepts and material about the counseling profession with great clarity and insight, while keeping readers engaged through the many illustrative case examples and personal narratives. To ensure that students are thoroughly prepared to further their studies and careers, Neukrug has structured around the eight core CACREP curriculum areas, while enhancing his discussion with insightful coverage of salient topics surrounding such important issues as specializations within counseling, finding a counseling job, and future trends in counseling.

Table of Contents

SECTION I Professional Orientation
1(82)
The Counselor's Identity: What, Who, and How?
2(24)
Guidance, Counseling, and Psychotherapy: Variations on the Same Theme?
3(1)
Comparison of Mental Health Professionals
4(7)
Counselors
5(3)
Art and Creative Therapists
8(1)
Psychoanalysts
8(1)
Psychiatric Nurses
8(1)
Psychiatrists
9(1)
Psychologists
9(1)
Psychotherapists
10(1)
Social Workers
10(1)
Professional Associations in the Social Services
11(5)
The American Counseling Association
11(3)
The American Art Therapy Association (AATA)
14(1)
The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)
14(1)
The American Psychiatric Association (APA)
14(1)
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA)
14(1)
The American Psychological Association (APA)
15(1)
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
15(1)
The National Organization for Human Services (NOHS)
15(1)
Characteristics of the Effective Helper
16(5)
The Therapeutic Alliance
16(1)
Empathy
17(1)
Genuineness
18(1)
Acceptance
18(1)
Open-Mindedness
19(1)
Cognitive Complexity
19(1)
Psychological Adjustment
20(1)
Competence
21(1)
Multicultural Issues
21(1)
The Helping Professional's Responsibility to Minority Clients
21(1)
A Call to the Profession: Inclusion of Multiculturalism
22(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
22(1)
Knowing Who We Are and Our Relationship to Other Professional Groups
22(1)
Impaired Mental Health Professionals
23(1)
The Counselor in Process: Personal Therapy and Related Growth Experiences
23(1)
Summary
24(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
25(1)
A History of the Counseling Profession
26(27)
Understanding the Human Condition: From Early Antiquity to the Present
27(1)
A Brief History of Related Helping Professions: Social Work, Psychology, Psychiatry
28(7)
The Field of Social Work
29(2)
The Field of Psychology
31(2)
The Field of Psychiatry
33(2)
An Early History of the Counseling Profession: The 1800s
35(1)
Social Reform Movements of the 1800s
35(1)
Vocational Guidance in the 1800s
35(1)
The Beginnings of the Testing Movement
36(1)
Psychoanalysis and the Development of Psychotherapy
36(1)
Modern-Day Counseling: Its Early Beginnings (1900--1950)
36(5)
Early Vocational Guidance and the First Guidance Counselors
36(2)
The Expansion of the Testing Movement
38(2)
The Spread of Psychotherapy and Its Impact on the Counseling Profession
40(1)
Modern-Day Counseling: Its Recent Past (1950--2000)
41(6)
The 1950s: Emergence, Expansion, and Diversification
41(1)
The 1960s: Increased Diversification
42(1)
The 1970s: Continued Proliferation of the Counseling Field
43(2)
The 1980s--2000: Recent Changes in the Field
45(1)
2000 and On: The New Millennium
46(1)
Do We Have to Memorize All Those Names? A Developmental Perspective
47(3)
Multicultural Issues: Learning from the Past, Moving Toward the Future
50(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
50(1)
Ethics: Changing over Time
50(1)
Forming a Collective Identity
51(1)
The Counselor in Process: Looking Back, Looking Ahead, and Embracing Paradigm Shifts
51(1)
Summary
51(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
52(1)
Standards in the Profession: Ethics, Accreditation, and Credentialing
53(30)
Ethics
54(15)
Defining Values, Ethics, Morality, and Their Relationship to the Law
54(1)
The Development of and Need for Ethical Codes
55(2)
Codes of Ethics in the Helping Professions
57(3)
Resolving Ethical Dilemmas: Models of Ethical Decision-Making
60(6)
Reporting Ethical Violations
66(1)
Legal Issues Related to Ethical Violations
67(2)
Accreditation
69(3)
The History and Development of Professional Preparation Standards
69(1)
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP): A Short History
70(2)
Other Accrediting Bodies
72(1)
Credentialing
72(5)
Registration
73(1)
Certification
73(1)
Licensure
74(1)
Credentialing in Related Helping Professions
74(1)
Credentialing for Counselors
75(2)
Multicultural Issues
77(2)
Do Our Standards Address Multicultural Counseling?
77(2)
Multicultural Counseling Competencies
79(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
79(1)
A Plethora of Ethical Codes?
79(1)
Counseling Online: Is It Ethical?
80(1)
Promoting Professionalism
80(1)
The Counselor in Process: A Lifelong Commitment to Professionalism
80(1)
Summary
81(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
82(1)
SECTION II The Helping Relationship I: Theories and Skills
83(70)
Individual Approaches to Counseling
84(39)
Why Have a Theory of Counseling?
85(2)
Four Conceptual Orientations to Counseling and Psychotherapy and the Theories Aligned with Them
87(27)
Psychodynamic Approaches
87(7)
Existential-Humanistic Approaches
94(7)
Behavioral Approaches
101(6)
Cognitive Approaches
107(7)
Current Theoretical Trends
114(3)
Integrative Approaches to Counseling (Eclecticism): From Chaos to Metatheory
114(1)
Brief and Solution-Focused Therapies
115(2)
Multicultural Issues
117(2)
Counseling Approaches Are Eurocentric and Developed by Men
117(1)
Bias in Counseling Approaches
118(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
119(2)
Respecting the Welfare of the Client
119(1)
Informed Consent and Confidentiality
119(1)
Confidentiality and Privileged Communication
119(1)
Clients Who Are in Multiple Helping Relationships
120(1)
Avoiding Harm and Imposing Values
120(1)
Dual Relationships and Sexual Relationships with Clients
120(1)
The Counselor in Process: Embracing a Theory but Open to Change
121(1)
Summary
121(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
122(1)
Counseling Skills
123(30)
The Counseling Environment
124(2)
The Office
124(1)
Nonverbal Behavior
125(1)
Counselor Qualities to Embrace/Counselor Qualities to Avoid
126(1)
Counseling Skills
126(15)
Foundational Skills
127(4)
Commonly Used Skills
131(6)
Commonly Used Advanced Skills
137(3)
Advanced and Specialized Counseling Skills
140(1)
Conceptualizing Client Problems: Case Conceptualization
141(1)
Stages of the Counseling Relationship
141(5)
Stage 1: Rapport and Trust Building
143(1)
Stage 2: Problem Identification
144(1)
Stage 3: Deepening Understanding and Goal Setting
144(1)
Stage 4: Work
144(1)
Stage 5: Closure
145(1)
Stage 6: Post-Interview Stage
145(1)
Theory, Skills, Stages, and Case Conceptualization: A Reciprocal Relationship
146(1)
Case Notes and Record Keeping
146(3)
The Importance of Case Notes
146(1)
Writing Your Case Notes
147(1)
Security of Record Keeping
148(1)
Multicultural Issue: Applying Skills Cross-Culturally
149(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
149(2)
The Clients' Rights to Records
149(1)
Confidentiality of Records and Privileged Communication
150(1)
The Counselor in Process: The Developmental Nature of Counseling Skills
151(1)
Summary
151(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
152(1)
SECTION III The Helping Relationship II: The Counselor Working in Systems
153(83)
Family Counseling
154(28)
Family Counseling: A Brief History
155(1)
General Systems Theory
156(2)
Boundaries and Information Flow in Systems
157(1)
Boundaries and Regulatory Mechanisms
157(1)
Functioning within Healthy and Dysfunctional Families
158(3)
Healthy Families
159(1)
Dysfunctional Families
160(1)
Models of Family Therapy
161(15)
Structural Family Therapy
162(2)
Strategic Family Therapy
164(4)
Communication Family Therapy
168(1)
Multigenerational Family Therapy
169(2)
Experiential Family Therapy
171(2)
Psychodynamic Family Therapy
173(1)
Behavioral Family Therapy
174(1)
Narrative Family Therapy
175(1)
Multicultural Issues: Points to Consider when Working with Minority Families
176(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
177(1)
Ethical Concerns
177(1)
Professional Issues
178(1)
Legal Concerns
179(1)
The Counselor in Process: Understanding Our Client's Family, Understanding Our Family
179(1)
Summary
180(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
181(1)
Group Work
182(27)
Groups: A Systemic Perspective
183(1)
Why Have Groups?
184(1)
The History of Group Work
185(3)
Early History
185(1)
The Emergence of Modern-Day Groups
186(1)
Groups Become Faddish
186(1)
Recent Trends
187(1)
Defining Modern-Day Groups
188(7)
Self-Help Groups
189(1)
Task Groups
190(1)
Psychoeducational Groups
191(1)
Counseling Groups
192(1)
Group Therapy
193(1)
Comparing Psychoeducational, Counseling, and Therapy Groups
194(1)
The Use of Theory in Group Work
195(4)
Psychoanalytic Group Therapy
195(1)
Behavioral Group Therapy
196(1)
Rational Emotive Behavior Group Therapy
197(1)
Person-Centered Group Counseling
198(1)
Preparing for the Group
199(2)
Getting Members
199(1)
Group Composition
199(1)
Closed or Open Group
199(1)
Size of Group
199(1)
Duration of Meetings
200(1)
Frequency of Meetings
200(1)
Securing an Appropriate Space
200(1)
Group Leadership Style
200(1)
The Stages of Group Development
201(3)
The Pregroup Stage (Forming a Group)
201(1)
The Initial Stage
201(1)
The Transition Stage
202(1)
The Work Stage
203(1)
The Closure Stage
203(1)
Multicultural Issues
204(1)
Principles for Diversity-Competent Group Workers
204(1)
The Group as a Microcosm of Society
204(1)
Cultural Differences between a Group Member and the Group Leader
204(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
205(2)
Ethical Issues
205(1)
Professional Issues
205(1)
Legal Issue: Confidentiality and the Third-Party Rule
206(1)
The Counselor in Process: Allowing Groups to Unfold Naturally
207(1)
Summary
207(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., Eric and PsycINFO)
208(1)
Consultation and Supervision
209(27)
Consultation
210(11)
Consultation Defined
210(1)
A Brief History of Consultation
210(2)
Recent Trends
212(1)
Models (Styles) of Consultation
213(1)
Theories of Consultation
214(2)
The Consulting Process: Stages of Consultation
216(1)
The Counselor as Consultant
217(4)
Supervision
221(8)
Supervision Defined
222(3)
Models of Supervision
225(3)
Supervision of Graduate Students
228(1)
Supervision of Practicing Counselors
228(1)
Multicultural Issues
229(1)
Multicultural Consultation within a System
229(1)
Multicultural Consultation and Supervision with an Individual
230(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
230(3)
Ethical Issues
230(2)
Professional Issues
232(1)
Legal Issue: Liability in Consultation and Supervision
232(1)
The Counselor in Process: Committed to Ongoing Consultation and Supervision
233(1)
Summary
233(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
235(1)
SECTION IV The Development of the Person
236(87)
Development Across the Lifespan
237(27)
A Little Background
238(1)
Understanding Human Development
239(2)
Development Is Continual
239(1)
Development Is Orderly and Sequential and Builds Upon Itself
239(1)
Development Implies Change, but Our Core Remains More or Less the Same
239(1)
Development Is Painful, Yet Growth-Producing
240(1)
Developmental Models Are Transtheoretical
240(1)
Development Is Preventive, Optimistic, and Wellness-Oriented
240(1)
A Brief Overview of Physical and Psychosocial Development in Childhood
241(2)
Development in Adolescence and Adulthood
243(1)
The Development of Knowing: Cognitive and Moral Changes in Childhood
243(6)
Jean Piaget and Cognitive Development
244(1)
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development
245(1)
Gilligan's Theory of Women's Moral Development
246(2)
Comparison of Cognitive and Moral Development
248(1)
Adult Cognitive Development
249(3)
Kegan's Constructive Developmental Model
249(1)
Perry's Theory of Intellectual and Ethical Development
250(2)
Comparison of Adult Cognitive Development Theories
252(1)
Lifespan Development
252(3)
Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development
252(1)
Levinson's The Seasons of a Man's Life
253(1)
Comparison of Lifespan Development Theories
254(1)
Fowler's Theory of Faith Development
255(3)
Other Developmental Theories
258(1)
Applying Knowledge of Development
258(1)
Comparison of Developmental Models
259(1)
Multicultural Issue: The Development of Cultural Identity
259(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
259(2)
The ACA Code of Ethics: A Developmental Emphasis
259(2)
Professional Associations
261(1)
Legal Issue: Missing Problems Because We're Too Positive
261(1)
The Counselor in Process: Understanding Your Own Development
261(1)
Summary
262(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
263(1)
Abnormal Development, Diagnosis, and Psychopharmacology
264(30)
Why Study Abnormal Behavior, Diagnosis, and Medication?
265(2)
You Can't Have One without the Other: Abnormal Behavior, Diagnosis, and Medication
267(1)
Personality Development and Abnormal Behavior
267(8)
Genetic and Biological Explanations
267(2)
Freud's Model of Psychosexual Development
269(2)
Learning Theory and the Development of the Person
271(2)
The Humanistic Understanding of Personality Development
273(2)
Comparison of Models
275(1)
Integrating Theories
275(1)
Diagnosis and Abnormal Behavior: What is DSM-IV-TR?
276(6)
Axes I and II: The Mental Disorders
278(3)
Axis III: General Medical Conditions
281(1)
Axis IV: Psychosocial and Environmental Problems
281(1)
Axis V: Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF)
282(1)
Making a Diagnosis
282(1)
Psychopharmacology
282(5)
Antipsychotics
284(1)
Mood-Stabilizing Drugs
285(1)
Antidepressants
285(1)
Antianxiety Medications
286(1)
Stimulants
286(1)
Multicultural Issues
287(1)
The Misdiagnosis of Minority Clients
287(1)
DSM-IV-TR's Attempt to Address Cross-Cultural Issues
287(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
288(2)
The Diagnosis of Mental Disorders
288(1)
Challenging Abnormality and Diagnosing
289(1)
The Over-Diagnosis of Mental Illness
289(1)
Confinement against One's Will
290(1)
The Counselor in Process: Dismissing Impaired Graduate Students
290(1)
Summary
291(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
293(1)
Career Development: The Counselor and the World of Work
294(29)
Some Definitions
295(1)
Is Career Development Developmental?
296(1)
Why Career Development and Career Counseling?
297(1)
A Little Bit of History
298(1)
Theories of Career Development
299(11)
Trait-and-Factor Approach
299(1)
John Holland's Personality Theory of Occupational Choice
300(3)
Ann Roe's Psychodynamic Theory
303(1)
Super's Lifespan Development Approaches to Career Counseling
304(2)
Social Cognitive Career Theory
306(1)
Constructive Development Approaches to Career Counseling
307(1)
Integrating Models of Career Development
308(2)
Bringing It All Together
310(1)
The Use of Career-Related Information
310(5)
Occupational Classification Systems
310(3)
Assessment Instruments
313(1)
Computer-Assisted Career Guidance
314(1)
Other Sources of Occupational Information
315(1)
The Clinical Interview: The Lost Child in Career Development
315(1)
Integrating Theory, Career Information, and Career Assessment
316(1)
Multicultural Issues
317(1)
Multicultural Career Counseling: Coming of Age
317(1)
Multicultural Theory of Career Development
317(1)
Career Counseling in a Diverse Culture: Specific Steps
318(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
318(2)
Ethical Standards for Career Counseling and Consultation
318(1)
Competency Guidelines for Career Development
319(1)
Professional Associations
319(1)
Optimizing Career Development
319(1)
Important Laws
319(1)
The Counselor in Process: Career Development as a Lifespan Process
320(1)
Summary
321(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
322(1)
SECTION V Research, Program Evaluation, and Appraisal
323(63)
Testing and Assessment
324(30)
Defining Testing and Assessment
325(1)
Why Testing and Assessment?
326(1)
A Little Background
327(1)
Types of Assessment Techniques
328(6)
Assessment of Ability
328(3)
Personality Assessment
331(1)
Informal Assessment Procedures
332(2)
Norm-Referenced and Criterion-Referenced Assessment
334(2)
Standardized and Nonstandardized Assessment
335(1)
Examples of the Different Assessment Categories
335(1)
Basic Test Statistics
336(6)
Relativity and Meaningfulness of Test Scores
336(1)
Measures of Central Tendency
337(1)
Measures of Variability
337(2)
Derived Scores
339(2)
Correlation Coefficient
341(1)
Test Worthiness
342(4)
Validity
342(1)
Reliability
343(2)
Practicality
345(1)
Cross-Cultural Fairness of Tests
345(1)
Where to Find Tests and Assessment Techniques
346(1)
Writing Assessment Reports
347(1)
Multicultural Issue: Caution in Using Assessment Procedures
347(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
348(3)
Ethical Issues
348(1)
Professional Issues
349(1)
Legal Issues: Laws That Have Had an Impact on Testing
350(1)
The Counselor in Process: Assessment of Clients
351(1)
Summary
351(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
353(1)
Research and Evaluation
354(32)
Research
355(21)
The Purpose of Research
355(1)
Literature Reviews and the Statement of the Problem
356(2)
Quantitative Research Designs
358(9)
Qualitative Research Methods
367(2)
Statistics and Data Analysis in Quantitative and Qualitative Research
369(2)
Issues of Quality in Research Studies
371(4)
Reading and Writing Research
375(1)
Evaluation
376(3)
The Purpose of Evaluation
376(1)
Formative and Summative Evaluation
376(3)
Summarizing Quantitative Research, Qualitative Research, and Evaluation
379(1)
Multicultural Issues
379(3)
Bias in Research and Evaluation
379(2)
White Researchers Conducting Multicultural Research: An Unnatural Fit?
381(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
382(1)
Ethical Issue: Code of Conduct
382(1)
Professional Issue: Standards in Research
382(1)
Legal Issues
382(1)
The Counselor in Process: Discovering New Paradigms
383(1)
Summary
383(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
385(1)
SECTION VI Social and Cultural Foundations in Counseling
386(57)
Theory and Concepts of Multicultural Counseling
387(24)
What Is Multicultural Counseling?
388(1)
Why Multicultural Counseling?
389(4)
Diversity in America
389(1)
Counseling Is Not Working for a Large Segment of Our Population
389(4)
Some Definitions
393(3)
Culture
393(1)
Discrimination
394(1)
Ethnicity
394(1)
Minority
394(1)
Power Differentials
394(1)
Race
395(1)
Sexism, Heterosexism, and Sexual Prejudice
395(1)
Social Class
396(1)
Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Racism
396(1)
Political Correctness, or, Oh My God, What Do I Call Him or Her?
396(1)
Conceptual Models for Working with Diverse Clients
397(6)
Minority Identity Models
397(3)
Stages of White Identity Development
400(3)
The Helping Relationship and Cultural Diversity
403(2)
The Culturally Skilled Counselor: Attritudes and Beliefs, Knowledge, and Skills
403(2)
Multicultural Issue: Multicultural Counseling as the ``Fourth Force''
405(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
406(2)
Expansion of Multicultural Standards and Training Models
406(1)
Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development
407(1)
Knowledge of Legal Trends
407(1)
The Counselor in Process: Working with Culturally Different Clients
408(1)
Summary
408(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
410(1)
Knowledge and Skills of Multicultural Counseling
411(32)
The Changing Face of America
412(1)
Understanding and Counseling Select Culturally Diverse Groups
413(1)
People from Varying Cultural/Racial Heritages
414(5)
African Americans
414(1)
Hispanics: People of Central American, South American, and Caribbean Origin
415(1)
People of Asian and Pacific Island Origin
416(1)
Native Americans
417(1)
Counseling Individuals from Different Cultures
418(1)
Religious Diversity in America
419(3)
Christianity
419(1)
Buddhism
420(1)
Hinduism
420(1)
Islam
420(1)
Judaism
421(1)
Counseling Individuals from Diverse Religious Backgrounds
421(1)
Gender Differences in America
422(7)
Counseling Women
423(4)
Counseling Men
427(1)
Counseling Men and Women: A Final Viewpoint
428(1)
Differences in Sexual Orientation
429(3)
Counseling Gay, Bi, and Lesbian Individuals
431(1)
Other Diverse Populations
432(7)
Individuals Who Are HIV Positive
432(1)
The Hungry, the Homeless, and the Poor
433(2)
Older Persons
435(1)
The Chronically Mentally Ill
436(2)
People with Disabilities
438(1)
Multicultural Issues
439(1)
Is All Counseling Multicultural?
439(1)
Client-Counselor Match versus Cultural Competence
440(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues: Making Wise Ethical Decisions
440(1)
The Counselor in Process: The Ongoing Process of Counseling the Culturally Different
441(1)
Summary
441(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
442(1)
SECTION VII Your Future in the Counseling Profession: Choosing a Specialty Area, Finding a Job, and Looking Ahead
443(99)
School Counseling
445(30)
What Is School Counseling?
446(1)
A History of School Counseling
447(5)
Early Developments
447(2)
Modern Day School Counseling: Becoming a Profession
449(1)
Recent History: Transforming School Counseling in the Twenty-First Century
450(2)
Roles and Functions of School Counselors
452(6)
Four Systems of the ASCA Model
453(3)
The Themes of the ASCA Model
456(1)
The Emergent Model
457(1)
Theory and Process of School Counseling
458(1)
Counseling Theory
458(1)
Career Development Theory
458(1)
Human Development Theory
458(1)
Systems Theory
459(1)
Settings Where You Find School Counselors
459(5)
Elementary School Counselors
460(1)
Middle School Counselors
461(1)
Secondary School Counselors
462(2)
Multicultural Issues
464(4)
Creating a Multicultural School Environment
464(3)
Assessing Multicultural Competence
467(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
468(4)
Select Ethical Issues: ASCA's Code of Ethics
468(1)
Select Professional Issues in School Counseling
469(1)
Select Legal Issues in School Counseling
470(2)
The School Counselor in Process: Adapting to the Twenty-First Century
472(1)
Summary
473(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
474(1)
Community Agency and Mental Health Counseling
475(28)
What Are Community Agency and Mental Health Counseling?
476(1)
A History of Community Agency Counseling and Mental Health Counseling
477(4)
The Beginning of the Mental Health Movement
477(1)
Expansion of Mental Health Services
478(1)
Recent Events
479(2)
Roles and Functions of the Community Agency and Mental Health Counselor
481(2)
Case Manager
481(1)
Appraiser of Client Needs
481(1)
Counselor
481(1)
Consultant
481(1)
Supervisor and Supervisee
481(1)
A Professional Who Is Accountable
482(1)
Other Roles
482(1)
Theory and Process of Agency and Mental Health Counseling
483(1)
Settings Where You Find Agency and Mental Health Counselors
484(9)
Career and Employment Agencies
484(1)
Community Mental Health Centers
484(1)
Correctional Facilities
485(1)
Family Service Agencies
485(1)
Gerontological Settings
486(1)
HMOs, PPOs, and EAPs
486(1)
The Military and Government
487(1)
Pastoral, Religious, and Spiritual Counseling Agencies
488(1)
Private Practice Settings
488(2)
Rehabilitation Agencies
490(1)
Residential Treatment Centers
491(1)
Substance Abuse Settings
492(1)
Youth Services Agencies
493(1)
Counselors in Other Settings
493(1)
Multicultural Issues
493(2)
Broad Issues Hindering Multicultural Counseling at Agencies
493(1)
Assessment of Clients at Agencies
494(1)
Limited Numbers of Minority Counselors
494(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
495(5)
Ethical Complaints Made against Licensed Professional Counselors
495(1)
Professional Issues
495(4)
Select Legal Issues
499(1)
The Community Agency and Mental Health Counselor in Process: Growing, Changing, Accepting
500(1)
Summary
501(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
502(1)
Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education
503(22)
What Is Student Affairs?
504(1)
The History of Student Affairs
504(2)
The Beginning
504(1)
The Expansion of Student Affairs Practices
504(1)
Modern-Day Advances
505(1)
Current Practices
506(1)
Roles and Functions of Student Affairs Specialists
506(4)
The Counselor: Guiding, Supporting, Advising Students
506(1)
The Educator: Fostering Intellectual and Personal Growth
507(1)
The Campus Ecology Manager: Creating a Successful Student Development Climate
508(1)
The Administrator: Designing and Managing Programs
509(1)
Theories of Student Development
510(2)
Developmental Theory
510(1)
Chickering's Seven Vectors of Student Development
510(1)
Perry's Scheme of Intellectual and Ethical Development
511(1)
Settings Where You Find Student Affairs Specialists
512(6)
Academic Support Services
512(1)
Career Development Services
512(1)
Counseling Centers
513(1)
Disability Services
514(1)
Health Services
514(1)
Human Resources
514(1)
Multicultural Student Services
514(2)
Residence Life and Housing Services
516(1)
Student Activities Services
516(1)
Other Student Services Offices
517(1)
Multicultural Issues
518(1)
Applying Student Development Theory to Minority Students
518(1)
Implementing a Cultural Environment Transitions Model
518(1)
Becoming a Cultural Broker
519(1)
Lessening the Barriers to Academic Excellence of Underrepresented Students
519(1)
Creating a Social Justice Environment
519(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
519(3)
Ethical Concerns
519(1)
Professional Issues
520(1)
Legal Issue: Liability Concerns
521(1)
The Counselor in Process: The Student Affairs Practitioner
522(1)
Summary
522(2)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
524(1)
A Look Toward the Future
525(17)
Medical Breakthroughs
525(3)
Genetic Research and Genetic Counseling
526(1)
Psychotropic Medications
526(1)
The Mind-Body Connection
527(1)
HMOs, PPOs, Uh Oh, and the Changing Nature of Therapeutic Practice
528(1)
Computers and the Information Superhighway
529(2)
Your Future: Choosing a Counseling Program/Finding a Job
531(3)
Some Select Items to Consider when Choosing a Program or Finding a Job
531(1)
The Application Process
531(1)
The Resume
531(1)
The Portfolio
531(1)
Locating a Graduate Program/Finding a Job
532(2)
Being Chosen, Being Denied
534(1)
Multicultural Issue: Increased Emphasis on Multicultural Counseling
534(1)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues: The Future?
535(3)
Suicide as an Option for Terminally Ill Clients
535(1)
Expansion of Accreditation
535(1)
Proliferation of Credentials
535(1)
Increased Emphasis on Standards of Care
536(1)
After Changes upon Changes, We Are More or Less the Same
536(1)
A Wellness Model for Counselors
537(1)
The Counselor in Process: Falling Behind or Moving Forward?
538(2)
Summary
540(1)
InfoTrac College Edition and Other Information Resources (e.g., ERIC and PsycINFO)
541(1)
Appendix A Web Sites of Professional Associations and Associated Ethical Codes 542(3)
Appendix B Cross-Cultural Competencies and Objectives 545(3)
References 548(42)
Credits 590(2)
Author Index 592(9)
Subject Index 601


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