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Professional Counselor

Harold HackneyL Sherilyn Cormier

Professional Counselor

Harold HackneyL Sherilyn Cormier

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All chapters conclude with "Summary," "Exercises," "Feedback for Exercises," "Discussion Questions," and "Additional Resources." Preface. 1. The Context for Counseling. What Is Counseling? The Parameters of Counseling. Counseling Conditions and Their Effects. Case Illustration of Possible Counseling Outcomes. Characteristics of Effective Helpers. The Developmental Nature of Learning to Counsel. 2. Stages and Skills of Counseling. Steps in the Counseling Process. The Client''s Experience in Counseling. 3. Rapport and Relationship. Characteristics of the Real Relationship. Communicating Empathy. Conditions That Convey Genuineness. Conditions That Convey Positive Regard. Functions of a Therapeutic Relationship. Effects of Therapeutic Relationships on Clients. The Relationship Stage. Children and the Counseling Relationship. 4. Assessing Client Problems. Purposes of Assessment. Components of Assessment. Clinical Assessment with Children. Clinical Assessment with Couples a

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This text presents the counseling student and beginning counselor with the counseling skills, interventions and strategies for conceptualizing theoretically, planning therapy for change, and developing a means for self-assessment.

The authors have maintained the basic organization of the text, beginning with an overview of the stages of counseling, specific goals and interventions for each stage, chapters on affective, behavioral, cognitive and systemic interventions, and termination. The text provides a conceptual structure for viewing the counseling process and then examines each part of that structure in-depth, addressing necessary counseling skills.



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All chapters conclude with "Summary," "Exercises," "Feedback for Exercises," "Discussion Questions," and "Additional Resources." Preface. 1. The Context for Counseling. What Is Counseling? The Parameters of Counseling. Counseling Conditions and Their Effects. Case Illustration of Possible Counseling Outcomes. Characteristics of Effective Helpers. The Developmental Nature of Learning to Counsel. 2. Stages and Skills of Counseling. Steps in the Counseling Process. The Client''s Experience in Counseling. 3. Rapport and Relationship. Characteristics of the Real Relationship. Communicating Empathy. Conditions That Convey Genuineness. Conditions That Convey Positive Regard. Functions of a Therapeutic Relationship. Effects of Therapeutic Relationships on Clients. The Relationship Stage. Children and the Counseling Relationship. 4. Assessing Client Problems. Purposes of Assessment. Components of Assessment. Clinical Assessment with Children. Clinical Assessment with Couples a
- Publisher

This text presents the counseling student and beginning counselor with the counseling skills, interventions and strategies for conceptualizing theoretically, planning therapy for change, and developing a means for self-assessment.

The authors have maintained the basic organization of the text, beginning with an overview of the stages of counseling, specific goals and interventions for each stage, chapters on affective, behavioral, cognitive and systemic interventions, and termination. The text provides a conceptual structure for viewing the counseling process and then examines each part of that structure in-depth, addressing necessary counseling skills.


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  • Catalogue Code 252664
  • Product Code 0205410650
  • EAN 9780205410651
  • Pages 396
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Care/counselling
  • Publisher Allyn And Bacon
  • Publication Date Mar 2004
  • Dimensions 235 x 185 x 26 mm
  • Weight 0.789kg

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