culture centered counseling and interviewing skills a practical guide

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Culture Centered Counseling And Interviewing Skills

Author : Paul Pedersen
ISBN : 027594669X
Genre : Education
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This is a practical guide for developing and using culture-centred counselling and interviewing skills. It examines the culturally-learned assumptions that everyone employs to manage and interact with others, and uses models of synthetic cultures for students, teachers and others.

Facilitating The Genetic Counseling Process

Author : Patricia McCarthy Veach
ISBN : 9780387217741
Genre : Science
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Designed as an aid to students in Genetics counseling classes and professionals interested in honing their skills, Facilitating the Genetic Counseling Process will guide the reader through the why's and how's of assisting clients with these complex issues. The authors' collective years of both teaching students and counseling clients is reflected in the clear, practical approach of this manual.

Encyclopedia Of Counseling

Author : Frederick T. Leong
ISBN : 9781452265957
Genre : Psychology
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CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 2008 Best Reference, Library Journal "The scope, depth, breadth, currency, arrangement, and authority of this work reflect the thorough, in-depth approach of the entire editorial and publishing team . . . Advancing current thought and models in the field, this work provides an unparalleled attempt to approach this important subject from many perspectives. Moreover, each volume has a list of entries, a reader's guide, and information about the authors and the contributors. The reader's guide incorporates substantive topics, e.g. assessment, testing and research methods, biographies, coping . . . this is an essential addition to graduate and research collections." —Library Journal Professional counseling involves helping clients, individually or in groups, or as couples and families, deal with various career, vocational, educational, and emotional problems. Whether performed by psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, or counselors, thousands of professionals throughout the United States, as well as the world, are providing counseling services to fellow human beings to help them address and resolve the various problems of living that exceed their coping resources and social support. The Encyclopedia of Counseling provides a comprehensive overview of the theories, models, techniques, and challenges involved in professional counseling. With approximately 600 entries, this definitive resource covers all of the major theories, approaches, and contemporary issues in counseling. The four volumes of this Encyclopedia are flexibly designed so they can be use together as a set or separately by volume, depending on the need of the user. Key Features · Reviews different types of counselors, their different professional identities, and their different models of graduate education · Examines important historical developments that have shaped the evolution of the counseling profession into its current form · Provides a comprehensive compilation of information about established and emerging topics in mental health and personal/emotional counseling · Addresses problems in personal/emotional counseling ranging from concerns about normal developmental processes and common life transitions to debilitating problems of great severity · Discusses the major social, scientific, and professional forces that have shaped the evolution of cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy · Offers complete information on conventional and up-and-coming areas of interest in career counseling Key Themes · Assessment, Testing, and Research Methods · Biographies · Coping · Counseling—General · Economic/Work Issues · Human Development and Life Transitions · Legal and Ethical Issues · Organizations · Physical and Mental Health · Professional Development and Standards · Psychosocial Traits and Behavior · Society, Race/Ethnicity, and Culture · Subdisciplines · Theories · Therapies, Techniques, and Interventions This ultimate resource is designed for laypeople who are interested in learning about the science and practice of counseling. It is also a useful source for undergraduate and graduate students and professionals from other specialties to learn about counseling in all its forms and manifestations.

A Practititioner S Guide To Understanding Indigenous And Foreign Cultures

Author : George Henderson
ISBN : 9780398076542
Genre : Medical
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Counseling Across Cultures

Author : Paul B. Pedersen
ISBN : 9781452217529
Genre : Psychology
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Containing various perspectives on counselling individuals from cultures other than that of the counsellor or therapist, this book covers everything on cross-cultural counselling. Topics cover a broad range from basic issues in cross cultural counseling and counselling in ethnocultural contexts to counseling individuals in transitional, traumatic, or emergent situations, and counseling in the context of some common culture-mediated circumstances.

Nutrition Therapy

Author : Bridget M. Klawitter
ISBN : 0781777984
Genre : Medical
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This practical text presents a wealth of fresh ideas and techniques for strengthening counseling skills to face real-world issues in nutrition therapy. It offers students and practitioners advice on ways to increase referrals, decrease no-shows, and overcome common barriers to effective counseling. The Third Edition also explores strategies for counseling patients with AIDS, diabetes, and other chronic diseases, for group therapy, for teaching developmental skills, and for end-of-life counseling. This edition has a new reader-friendly design and layout. New learning activities—including case studies and critical thinking exercises—encourage students to apply what they have learned to common situations in clinical practice.

Counseling International Students

Author : Nancy Arthur
ISBN : 0306480697
Genre : Psychology
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This book is a useful resource for designing and delivering culturally responsive counseling services for international students. It introduces readers to contributions made by international students in higher education, and supplies in-depth information about the nature of cross-cultural transitions including initial entry to the host culture as well as the return home. A framework of multicultural counseling competencies is applied, case examples are provided, and the book is filled with practical information for counselors and other mental health professionals.

Racial Sensitivity And Multicultural Training

Author : Martin Strous
ISBN : 0275981487
Genre : Education
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Starcross Stables is a series of four books for Turquoise Band 7 of the Start Reading programme.

Skills For Effective Counseling

Author : Elisabeth A. Nesbit Sbanotto
ISBN : 9780830893478
Genre : Religion
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Anyone in a helping profession—including professional counselors, spiritual directors, pastoral counselors, chaplains and others—needs to develop effective communication skills. But learning these skills is like learning a new language: it takes time and practice to communicate effectively, and lack of practice can lead to the loss of one's ability to use this new language. Suitable for both beginning students and seasoned practitioners, Skills for Effective Counseling provides a biblically integrated approach to foundational counseling skills that trains the reader to use specific microskills. These skills include perceiving, attending, validating emotion and empathic connection. Chapters include textbook features such as sample session dialogues, role plays and a variety of both in-class and out-of-class exercises and reflection activities that will engage various learning styles. Strategically interwoven throughout the chapters are special topics related to: multicultural counseling biblical/theological applications current and seminal research related to microskills diagnostic and theoretical implications clinical tips for using skills in "real world" counseling settings the relevance of specific microskills to interpersonal relationships and broader ministry settings This textbook and the accompanying IVP Instructor Resources include all of the activities and assignments that an instructor might need to execute a graduate, undergraduate or lay course in foundational counseling skills. Professors teaching within CACREP-accredited professional counseling programs will be able to connect specific material in the textbook to the latest CACREP Standards.

Handbook Of Multicultural Mental Health

Author : Israel Cuéllar
ISBN : 9780121993702
Genre : Psychology
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The Handbook of Multicultural Mental Health, Second Edition, discusses the impact of cultural, ethnic, and racial variables for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, service delivery, and development of skills for working with culturally diverse populations. Intended for the mental health practitioner, the book translates research findings into information to be applied in practice. The new edition contains more than 50% new material and includes contributions from established leaders in the field as well as voices from rising stars in the area. It recognizes diversity as extending beyond race and ethnicity to reflect characteristics or experiences related to gender, age, religion, disability, and socioeconomic status. Individuals are viewed as complex and shaped by different intersections and saliencies of multiple elements of diversity. Chapters have been wholly revised and updated, and new coverage includes indigenous approaches to assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and physical disorders; spirituality; the therapeutic needs of culturally diverse clients with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities; suicide among racial and ethnic groups; multicultural considerations for treatment of military personnel and multicultural curriculum and training. Foundations-Overview of Theory and Models Specialized Assessment in a Multicultural Context Assessing and Treating Four Major Culturally Diverse Groups in Clinical Settings Assessing and Treating Other Culturally Diverse Groups in Clinical Settings Specific Conditions/Presenting Problems in a Cultural Context Multicultural Competence in Clinical Settings

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