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Culturally Alert Counseling

Author : Garrett McAuliffe
ISBN : 9781412910064
Genre : Psychology
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"The Second Edition of Culturally Alert Counseling is a thorough update to the first comprehensive guide to culturally alert counseling, complete with a companion demonstration DVD. Co-author and editor Garrett J. McAuliffe expands the traditional "definition" of multicultural counseling from the usual two categories of race and ethnicity to seven groupings: race, ethnicity, gender, religion/spirituality, disability, class, and sexual orientation. With case vignettes and interactive activities, students will be informed, moved, and changed by the encounters with culture that lie in these pages. The book and companion DVD encourage readers to examine the complex nature of culture and how it impacts all stages of the counseling process."--Publisher's website.

Culturally Alert Counseling

Author : Garrett McAuliffe and Associates
ISBN : 9781452289564
Genre : Social Science
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The Second Edition of Culturally Alert Counseling is a thorough update to the first comprehensive guide to culturally alert counseling, complete with a companion demonstration DVD. Co-author and editor Garrett J. McAuliffe expands the traditional "definition" of multicultural counseling from the usual two categories of race and ethnicity to seven groupings. The book and companion DVD encourage readers to examine the complex nature of culture and how it impacts all stages of the counseling process.

Handbook Of Counselor Preparation

Author : Dr Karen Eriksen
ISBN : 9781412972130
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"Published in cooperation with the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)"

Generalist Case Management A Method Of Human Service Delivery

Author : Marianne R. Woodside
ISBN : 9781305947214
Genre : Education
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This practical text equips students with the fundamental information and skills needed to be effective case managers, covering such central issues as the responsibilities of case management, competencies needed for ethical and multicultural case management, participation in interdisciplinary and interorganizational teams, and engagement in advocacy and leadership. The first-person experience of a client and her case managers draws students into the text. To ensure that the book offers current and accurate information, the authors interviewed human service case managers nationwide about their jobs, skills, challenges, and clients. These interviews, combined with current research and numerous case studies, make GENERALIST CASE MANAGEMENT: A METHOD OF HUMAN SERVICE DELIVERY, 5th Edition, realistic and relevant. The text also aligns with NASW case management standards and helps to prepare students for earning C-SWMC certification and the HS-BCP credential. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Correctional Mental Health

Author : Thomas J. Fagan
ISBN : 9781452236315
Genre : Social Science
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Correctional Mental Health is a broad-based, balanced guide for students who are learning to treat criminal offenders in a correctional mental health practice. Featuring a wide selection of readings, this edited text offers a thorough grounding in theory, current research, professional practice, and clinical experience. It emphasizes a biopsychosocial approach to caring for the estimated 20% of all U.S. prisoners who have a serious mental disorder. Providing a balance between theoretical and practical perspectives throughout, the text also provides readers with a big-picture framework for assessing current correctional mental health and criminal justice issues, offering clear strategies for addressing these challenges.

The World Of The Counselor An Introduction To The Counseling Profession

Author : Edward S. Neukrug
ISBN : 9781305537538
Genre : Medical
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Neukrug's comprehensive introductory text gives students an unparalleled look into the practicalities of the counseling profession by providing 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 clarity and insight, while keeping readers engaged through illustrative case examples and personal narratives. To ensure that students are thoroughly prepared to further their studies and careers, Neukrug has structured the book around the eight core CACREP curriculum areas, while enhancing the discussion with coverage of salient topics such as specializations within counseling, finding a counseling job, and future trends in counseling. The fifth edition has numerous changes, including updated references, new information on DSM-5, updates about the current status of CACREP accreditation, and revised information to reflect the new ACA ethics code. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Strengths Based Therapy

Author : Elsie Jones-Smith
ISBN : 9781483321981
Genre : Social Science
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Combining both the theory and practice of strengths-based therapy, Elsie Jones-Smith introduces current and future practitioners to the modern approach of practice—presenting a model for treatment as well as demonstrations in clinical practice across a variety of settings. This highly effective form of therapy supports the idea that clients know best about what has worked and has not worked in their lives, helps them discover positive and effective solutions through their own experiences, and allows therapists to engage their clients in their own therapy. Drawing from cutting-edge research in neuroscience, positive emotions, empowerment, and change, Strengths-Based Therapy helps readers understand how to get their clients engaged as active participants in treatment.

Drinking From The Same Well

Author : Lydia F. Johnson
ISBN : 9781630876715
Genre : Religion
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Drinking from the Same Well is designed for those who seek a praxis-oriented theological grounding in the exploration of cross-cultural perspectives in the field of pastoral care and counseling. It traverses the broad terrain of cultural analysis and also explores in depth a number of discrete cross-cultural issues in pastoral counseling, related to communication, conflict, empathy, family dynamics, suffering, and healing. Cultural analysis and theological reflection are situated alongside numerous case studies of persons and situations that enflesh the concepts being discussed, and readers are invited to engage personally with the material through a variety of focus questions and reflective exercises. This book can serve as a helpful textbook for seminarians and a useful guide for pastors and priests, church study groups, multicultural parishes, and anyone engaged in helping ministries with persons from other cultures. The goal is to develop culturally competent pastoral caregivers by providing a comprehensive and practical overview of the generative themes and challenges in cross-cultural pastoral care.

Counseling Diverse Clients

Author : Jeanne M. Slattery
ISBN : 0534563902
Genre : Psychology
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This text helps future counselors and therapists understand the context in which they practice from and to learn how to evaluate the context their clients are coming from. It moves away from the traditional categorization of clients into one group or another based on race, ethnicity, culture, lifestyle, socioeconomic status or religion. Rather, it helps students learn to practice with others different from themselves by evaluating the context or life circumstances from which their clients come. The book also provides a sound model for understanding and assessing the role that race, ethnicity, culture, lifestyle, disability and religion play in the client's life, and it gives concrete practice implications and skills.

Preventing Prejudice

Author : Joseph G. Ponterotto
ISBN : 0761928189
Genre : Education
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The Second Edition of Preventing Prejudice: A Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents has been completely revised and expanded to provide the most up-to-date and extensive coverage of prejudice and racism available. The new edition of this bestselling text presents a comprehensive overview of these topics and also includes practical tools for combating prejudice development in children, adolescents, and adults.

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