The Counseling Process: A Multitheoretical Integrative Approach by Elizabeth Reynolds WelfelThe Counseling Process: A Multitheoretical Integrative Approach by Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel

The Counseling Process: A Multitheoretical Integrative Approach

byElizabeth Reynolds Welfel, Lewis E. Patterson

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Master the basics of the counseling process with THE COUNSELING PROCESS: A MULTITHEORETICAL INTEGRATIVE APPROACH! Concise yet comprehensive, this counseling text provides you with the tools you need to succeed in this course and your career. Case studies, with questions, encourage you to place yourself in the role of the helper and to consider client material as a counselor would. Learning exercises assist in the internalization of learning and in the practicing of specific skills for effective counseling.

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Title:The Counseling Process: A Multitheoretical Integrative ApproachFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.5 × 6.69 × 1 inPublished:July 12, 2004Publisher:Brooks ColeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:053464032X

ISBN - 13:9780534640323

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Part One: FUNDAMENTALS OF THE COUNSELING PROCESS. 1. Some Perspectives on Effective Helping. 2. Understanding Counseling as a Process. 3. Building the Counseling Relationship and Facilitating Initial Disclosure. 4. In-Depth Exploration. 5. Commitment to Action and Termination. 6. Ethics in Counseling.Part Two: COUNSELING STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES.7. Assessment and Diagnosis in Counseling.8. Structuring, Leading, and Questioning Techniques.9. Working with Ambivalent, Indifferent, and Oppositional Clients.10. Major Theories of Counseling.Part Three: ADAPTING THE COUNSELING PROCESS TO SPECIFIC POPULATIONS.11. Working with Clients in Crisis.12. Issues in Human Diversity in Counseling.13. Working with Children and their Parents.14. Working with Older Adults.Appendixes:A. Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, ACA. B. Ethical Principles of Psychologists, APA. C. Listing of Related Codes of Ethics. D. Outline for Writing a Counseling Session Critique.

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