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.

The Beginner S Guide To Counselling Psychotherapy

Author : Stephen Palmer
ISBN : 9781473918054
Genre : Psychology
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Are you interested in the field of counselling and psychotherapy or just starting out in your training? Trying to get to grips with the many different approaches and decide which are right for you? This book can help! An ideal introductory text that assumes no prior knowledge, leading authors in the field provide overviews of 26 counselling and psychotherapy approaches in accessible, jargon-free terms. Each approach is discussed using the same framework to enable easy comparison and evaluation, covering: · Development of the Therapy · Theory and Basic Concepts · Practice · Which Clients Benefit Most? · Case study Four further chapters offer an insight into the therapeutic relationship, working with diversity, professional issues, and research, while resources such as suggested reading, discussion issues, appendices of further information and a comprehensive glossary help you consolidate your learning. So look no further if you want to know the differences between counselling and psychotherapy, compare psychodynamic and psychoanalytic theories, discover how constructivist approaches can be applied in practice, learn about third wave CBT therapies, or just get an general overview of the field; this second edition of a bestseller gives you a whirlwind tour of the breadth, complexity, fascination and problems of the field of counselling and psychotherapy.

The Social Work Skills Workbook

Author : Barry Cournoyer
ISBN : 9780495319467
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 48. 49 MB
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Now you can get involved in actual hands-on social work practice! Cournoyer's comprehensive workbook/textbook lets you rehearse and practice core skills needed for contemporary social work practice. The author includes interesting case examples and situations that clearly illustrate the essential skills of social work practice. As you work your way through the book's summaries and skill-building exercises, you'll find yourself becoming a more confident, ethical, and effective helper. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Interviewing

Author : Daphne Keats
ISBN : 0868405868
Genre : Business & Economics
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A reference for undergraduate students, whether they are studying Psychology, Counselling, Sociology or Social Work, with plenty of practical examples, and sample interviews with children, adolescents and older people. While the book is full of practical ideas and information, it has a solid basis in theory.

Strength Centered Counseling

Author : Colin C. Ward
ISBN : 9781452213255
Genre : Social Science
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Integrates popular postmodern techniques within a model of strength discovery and development The counseling model presented in this book goes beyond traditional approaches by equipping mental health practitioners with strength-centered techniques and interventions. It also provides graduate students in counselor education programs a foundation while working in an effective broad-application model of counseling. Authors Colin C. Ward and Teri Reuter resolve the ambiguity about how postmodernism fits into everyday practice and offer a cutting-edge text that presents the counseling knowledge and skills needed to assist individuals and families with embracing life's struggles not only from a context of problems and adversity, but also of solutions, strengths, and wellness. This text is designed for mental health practitioners as well as counseling theories and skills related courses in counseling, psychology, and related fields.

Personality

Author : Jerry M. Burger
ISBN : 0534339247
Genre : Personality
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This work integrates traditional personality theories with current research. The author stresses the relationship between research and theory enabling students to see the compatibility of the two.

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