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Author Sweeney, Thomas J., 1936- author

Title Adlerian counseling and psychotherapy : a practitioner's wellness approach / Thomas J. Sweeney
Edition Sixth edition
Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Praise; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Forms; Acknowledgments; Introduction to the Sixth Edition; PART I: Adler's Individual Psychology: The Indivisible Self and Wellness; Chapter 1: Alfred Adler: The Man, the Movement, and His Individual Psychology; The Man; The Movement; Basic Concepts; Validation; Adler and Beyond; Summary; Study Questions; Chapter 2: The Indivisible Self: Wellness and Neuroscience Methods and Tools for Practitioners; Definitions of Wellness; Positive Psychology; The Wheel of Wellness
Chapter 4: Encouragement: The Essential Element of HelpingOn Believing in Oneself; Self-Esteem; Assessment and Intervention; Definition and Assumptions; Essence of Encouragement; Communicating Encouragement; On Being Encouraging; Summary; Study Questions; Activities; PART III: First- Versus Second-Order Change: Counseling and Psychotherapy; Chapter 5: Lifestyle Assessment: Uncovering the Unconscious; Data Gathering; Sources of Data; Summary; Study Questions; Activities; Chapter 6: The Practice of Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy; Stages of Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy
Practice CaseCareer-Style Counseling; Summary; Study Questions; Chapter 9: Guiding Children toward Social Interest through Cooperation; Principles of Child Guidance; Goals of Disruptive Behavior; Identifying Goals of Children's Disruptive Behavior; Time-Tested Methods and Techniques; Corrective Action; Summary; Study Questions; Activities; Chapter 10: Intimate Couples Counseling; Love: The Antecedent and By-Product of an Intimate Relationship; Choosing a Mate; Couples Counseling; The Case of Nel and Mark; Summary; Study Questions; Chapter 11: Family Counseling and Consultation
Specific TechniquesSummary; Lifestyle and Early Recollection Session Excerpts; Study Questions; Chapter 7: Using Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) Diagnosis for Adlerian Outcomes; The DSM and Diagnosis; An Adlerian Perspective on Psychopathology; Treatment Planning and Change; Conclusion; Study Questions; PART IV: Applications of Individual Psychology: Work, Friendship, Love, and Spirit; Chapter 8: Career-Style Counseling; The Matching Model; Adlerian Enhancement of the Matching Model; Adlerian Career Counseling; Career-Style Interview; Career-Style Assessment
The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of WellnessWellness Research; Neuroscience: Basics of Brain-Based Wellness; Wellness Counseling; Summary; Study Questions; Activities; PART II: What We Learn from Life; Chapter 3: Natural and Logical Consequences: Life's Rules Are for Everyone; Action Dimensions; Experiencing Natural Consequences; Practical Implications; Logical Consequences: Social Living Lessons; Comparisons of Consequences and Punishment; Aspects of Logical Consequences; New Rules; Summary; Study Questions; Activities; Examples
Summary Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy, now in its sixth edition, places a fresh emphasis on wellness both in concept and in practice. Written with the practitioner in mind, this text provides a definitive overview of the theory and practice of individual psychology based on the work of both Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. The sixth edition retains the clarity, focus, and practicality of the previous editions and incorporates research, methods, and techniques to illustrate the usefulness of the Adlerian approach with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages in settings with individuals, groups, and couples. Parent education, career counseling, lifestyle assessment and counseling, and clinical diagnosis and psychotherapy are all discussed, as are applications for working with clients of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds and gender orientations. Neuroscience concepts and methods are described in case examples that illustrate their effectiveness across the lifespan. Readers will also find clinical examples from lifestyle assessment and family counseling meetings, as well as tables and figures that augment the activities and review questions included with each chapter
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Thomas J. Sweeney, PhD, is professor emeritus at Ohio University and executive director emeritus at the Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International
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Subject Adlerian psychology
Counseling
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2018057698
ISBN 1351038710
1351038729
1351038737
1351038745
9781351038713 ( Mobipocket)
9781351038720 (ePub3)
9781351038737 (Adobe)
9781351038744 (Master)
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