Counseling Theories For Human Services Practitioners: Essential Concepts And Applications

Paperback | December 31, 2013

bySamuel T. Gladding

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Provides students with the tools to apply counseling theories to relationships.

 

Counseling Theories for Human Services Practitioners: Essential Concepts and Applications covers the major theories in counseling used in helping relationships today. This title explores counseling theories, how they develop, and how they influence perceptions and treatment of people. Each theory is applied to a single case history, showing the emphases and outcomes expected in this case.

 

As part of the Standards for Excellence Series, this title assists students in associating CSHSE's National Standards to all levels of human service practice. 

 

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NOTE: This is the bound book only and does not include access to the Enhanced Pearson eText. To order the Enhanced Pearson eText packaged with a bound book, use ISBN: 0133884759.   Provides students with the tools to apply counseling theories to relationships.   Counseling Theories for Human Services Practitione...

Samuel T. Gladding is chair of and a professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He holds degrees from Wake Forest University (B.A., M.A.), Yale (M.A.), and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Ph.D.). He has served as a counselor in both public and private settings ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8.9 × 7.3 × 0.4 inPublished:December 31, 2013Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205899218

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Table of Contents

In this Section:
1. Brief Table of Contents

2. Full Table of Contents

 


1. Brief Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1:                 Theories and Therapies

Chapter 2:                 Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Theories

Chapter 3:                 Adlerian Therapy

Chapter 4:                 Existential Therapy

Chapter 5:                 Person-Centered Therapy

Chapter 6:                 Gestalt Therapy

Chapter 7:                 Choice Theory/Reality Therapy

Chapter 8:                 Behavioral Therapy

Chapter 9:                 Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Chapter 10:               Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

Chapter 11:               Transactional Analysis

Chapter 12:               Feminist Therapy

Chapter 13:               Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Chapter 14:               Strategic Therapy

Chapter 15:               Solution-Focused Therapy

Chapter 16:               Crisis Counseling

Chapter 17:               Professional Ethics and Codes of Ethics


2. Full Table of Contents

Chapter 1:     Theories and Therapies

What Is a Theory?

Characteristics of Sound Theories

The Pragmatic Value of Theories 

The Evolution of Theories

Theories and Eclecticism

Theories and Application: The Case of Linda

 

Chapter 2:     Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Theories

Major Theorist: Sigmund Freud 

Levels of Consciousness

Formation of Personality

Psychosexual and Psychosocial Stages of Development

Defense Mechanisms

Role of the Counselor

Goals

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Therapies

Summary and Conclusion

 

Chapter 3:     Adlerian Therapy

Major Theorist: Alfred Adler 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Adlerian Therapy

 

Chapter 4:     Existential Therapy

Major Theorists: Rollo May and Viktor Frankl

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Existential Therapy

 

Chapter 5:     Person-Centered Therapy

Major Theorist: Carl Rogers 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory 

Treating Linda with Person-Centered Therapy 

 

Chapter 6:     Gestalt Therapy

Major Theorist: Fritz Perls 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Gestalt Therapy

 

Chapter 7:     Choice Theory/Reality Therapy

Major Theorist: William Glasser 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques  

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Choice Theory/Reality Therapy 

 

Chapter 8:     Behavioral Therapy

Major Theorist:  B. F. Skinner 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Behavioral Therapy

 

Chapter 9:     Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Major Theorists: Aaron Beck and Donald Meichenbaum 

View of Human Nature/Personality

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theories

Treating Linda with Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

 

Chapter 10:   Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

Major Theorist: Albert Ellis 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

 

Chapter 11:   Transactional Analysis

Major Theorist: Eric Berne 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Transactional Analysis

 

Chapter 12:   Feminist Therapy

Major Theorist: Carol Gilligan 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques  

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Feminist Therapy

 

Chapter 13:   Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Major Theorist: Murray Bowen

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals 

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Bowen Family Systems Therapy

 

Chapter 14:   Strategic Therapy

Major Theorist: Jay Haley 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals

Process and Techniques   

Multicultural Issues 

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Strategic Therapy

 

Chapter 15:   Solution-Focused Therapy

Major Theorists: Steve deShazer and Bill O’Hanlon 

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals

Process and Techniques  

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory

Treating Linda with Solution- Focused Therapy

 

Chapter 16:   Crisis Counseling

Major Theorists: Erich Lindemann and Gerald Caplan

View of Human Nature/Personality 

Role of the Counselor

Goals

Process and Techniques  

Multicultural Issues

Evaluation of the Theory 

Treating Linda with Crisis Counseling

 

Chapter 17:   Professional Ethics and Codes of Ethics

What are Ethics?

Why are Professional Codes of Ethics Important?

Limitations of Ethical Codes

Making Ethical Decisions 

Unethical Behavior