9780132434560

Counseling : A Comprehensive Profession

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  • ISBN13:

    9780132434560

  • ISBN10:

    0132434563

  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/1/2008
  • Publisher: Pearson
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Summary

Counseling: A Comprehensive Profession, 6/e like it predecessors, covers every major topic in the counseling field, e.g., history, theory, practice, specialties, current trends, and does so in a very readable and interesting style. The book is developmental in nature and leads the reader logically and smoothly from one important area to another. The chapters are illustrated and up-to-date with the most recent research in the field. This book is often used by students as the main source in studying for the National Counselor Exam (NCE). It is considered the "gold standard" by which other books in the field are judged since it has been the best-selling book in this area of counseling for 20 years.

Table of Contents

Summary and Conclusion
Classroom Activities
Historical and Professional Foundations of Counseling
History Of and Trends in Counseling
Definition of Counseling
History of Counseling
Current Trends in the New Millennium
Summary and Conclusion
Summary Table
Classroom Activities
Personal and Professional Aspects of Counseling
The Personality and Background of the Counselor
Professional Aspects of Counseling
Credentialing of Counselors
Attribution and Systematic Framework of the Counselor
Engaging in Professional Counseling-Related Activities
Summary and Conclusion
Classroom Activities
Ethical and Legal Aspects of Counseling
Definitions: Ethics, Morality, and Law
Ethics and Counseling
Professional Codes of Ethics and Standards
Making Ethical Decisions
Educating Counselors in Ethical Decision Making
Ethics in Specific Counseling Situations
Multiple Relationships
Working with Counselors Who May Act Unethically
The Law and Counseling
Legal Recognition of Counseling
Legal Aspects of the Counseling Relationship
Civil and Criminal Liability
Legal Issues Involved When Counseling Minors
Client Rights and Records
The Counselor in Court
Ethics and the Law: Two Ways of Thinking
Summary and Conclusion
Classroom Activities
Counseling in a Multicultural Society
Counseling Across Culture and Ethnicity
Defining Culture and Multicultural Counseling
History of Multicultural Counseling
Difficulties in Multicultural Counseling
Issues in Multicultural Counseling
Counseling Considerations with Specific Cultural Groups
Summary and Conclusion
Classroom Activities
Counseling with Diverse Populations
Aged Populations
Gender-Based Counseling
Counseling and Sexual Orientation
Counseling and Spirituality
Summary and Conclusion
Classroom Activities
Counseling Process and Theories
Building a Counseling Relationship
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