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Author Nugent, Frank A., 1921-

Title Introduction to the profession of counseling / Frank A. Nugent and Karyn Dayle Jones
Edition Fourth edition
Published Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, [2005]
©2005

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Description xxvi, 548 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Brief Contents -- Part 1Foundations of Counseling -- Chapter 1 The Current Scene -- Chapter 2 A Historical Perspective -- Chapter 3 Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues -- Chapter 4 The Effective Counselor -- Part 2 Theories and Techniques -- Chapter 5 Human Development Theories -- Chapter 6 Counseling Theories and Techniques -- Chapter 7 Assessment: Tools and Processes -- Chapter 8 Counseling Outreach: Prevention and Intervention -- Part 3 The Counseling Process -- Chapter 9 Individual Counseling -- Chapter 10 Family and Marriage Counseling and Therapy -- Chapter 11 Group Counseling -- Chapter 12 Career Counseling -- Chapter 13 Substance Abuse Counseling -- Chapter 14 Counseling in a Pluralistic World -- Chapter 15 Counseling Older Adults -- Part 4 Counseling Practice -- Chapter 16 Counseling Programs in Elementary Schools -- Chapter 17 Counseling Programs in Secondary Schools -- Chapter 18 Counseling Programs in Colleges and Universities -- Chapter 19 Counseling in the Community -- Appendices -- Indices -- Detailed Table of Contents -- Part 1 Foundations of Counseling -- Chapter 1 The Current Scene -- What Is Professional Counseling? -- Counseling Is a Process -- Counseling Involves Both Personal and Social Growth -- Counseling Includes Outreach Services -- Who Does Professional Counseling? -- Professional Counselors and Counseling Psychologists -- Comparison of Counselors and Psychotherapists -- Other Mental Health Specialists -- Where Do Professional Counselors Work? -- School Settings -- College and University Settings -- Counseling in the Community: Traditional Services -- Counseling in the Community: Current Trends -- What New Challenges Face the Profession? -- Managed Health Care Programs -- Internet Counseling -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 2 A Historical Perspective -- 1900-1920: The Beginnings of Counseling -- Vocational Counseling and Guidance -- College Clivics -- Community Clinics -- 1920-1940: The Early Years -- Growth of the Testing Movement -- Educational Guidance in Schools -- Vocational Guidance -- College Counseling -- Child Guidance Clinics and the Beginnings of Therapy -- 1940-1960: Emergence of Professional Counseling -- Origins of Counseling Psychology and Counselor Training Programs -- Development of Professional Associations -- Counseling Practice: The Struggle to Clarify and Implement the Counselor Role -- 1960-1980: Growth in Professional Counseling -- Professional Associations Set Standards for School Counselors -- Counseling Centers Spread on College Campuses -- Counseling Theories Multiply in the 1970s -- Psychological Education Emerges -- Community Counseling Emerges in the 1970s -- The 1980s: Coming of Age -- Life-Span Development Theories -- Cognitive Therapies -- Awareness of Pluralism -- Counseling in Colleges and Schools -- New Community Counseling Services -- Changing Professional Associations -- The 1990s: Recent Trends in Counseling -- Pluralism and the Environment -- School Counseling -- College Counseling -- Community Counseling -- Introduction of the Internet to the Counseling Field -- Professional Issues -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 3 Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues -- Components of a Profession -- Professional Associations -- Unique Counselor Role -- Counselor Training -- Counselor Credentialing: Licensing and Certification -- Ethical Codes to Protect the Client and Monitor the Profession -- Ethics Regarding the Counseling Relationship -- Clients' Rights in Counseling -- Counselors Professional Responsibilities -- Ethical Considerations in Family and Marriage Counseling -- Legal Issues -- Privileged Communication -- Child Abuse: A Requirement to Report -- Legal Duty to Warn -- Counseling Liability (Malpractice) -- Minors' Rights -- School Counseling: Free Choice, Informed Consent, and Confidentiality -- Community Counseling -- Research and Evaluation -- Ethical Concerns -- Need for Qualitative Studies -- Internet Counseling -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 4 The Effective Counselor -- Personal Qualities -- Multicultural Awareness -- Self-Awareness and Growth -- Avoiding Burnout -- Professional Competencies -- Knowledge About Counseling Theories and Strategies -- Interviewing Skills -- Assessment Skills -- Sound Ethical Judgment -- Professional Collaboration -- The Whole Counselor -- Internet Counseling -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Part 2 Theories and Techniques -- Chapter 5 Human Development Theories -- Pioneers in Human Development Theory -- Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development -- Carl Jung's Stages of Life -- Other Pioneers -- Contemporary Life-Span Development Theories -- Erik Erikson's Psychosocial Life-Span Development Theory -- Moral Development: Kohlberg and Beyond -- Adult Development Theories -- Religious and Spiritual Development -- Emotional Intelligence: A Developmental Learning Process -- Ivey's Developmental Counseling and Therapy -- Trends: Toward an Integrated Theory of Development -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 6 Counseling Theories and Techniques -- The Purpose of Counseling Theory -- Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theories -- Psychosocial Neo-Analytic Theories -- Contemporary Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theories -- Carl Jung: Analytical Psychology -- Humanistic and Existential Theories -- Rogers's Client-Centered (Person-Centered) Theory -- Gestalt Theories -- Existential Counseling and Therapy -- Holistic and Transpersonal Counseling -- Behavioral, Cognitive, and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories -- Behavioral Theories -- Cognitive Theories -- Cognitive-Behavioral Theories -- Constructivist and Social Constructionist Theories -- Constructivism -- Social Constructionism -- Constructivist and Social Constructionist Dialogues -- Creating Therapies -- Creative and Expressive Arts Therapies -- Narrative Therapy -- Theories of Brief Counseling and Therapy -- Psychodynamic Brief Counseling and Therapy -- Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Brief Counseling and Therapy -- Limitations of Brief Therapy -- Toward an Integrative Theoretical Approach -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 7 Assessment: Tools And Processes -- New Expectations For Counselors -- Different Ways Counselors Use Assessment -- Intake Interviewing -- Assessment During Counseling -- Career Counseling Centers -- Crisis Intervention -- Diagnostic Evaluation for Agencies -- Types Of Assessment -- Nonstandardized or Qualitative Assessment Skills -- Standardized Tests and Inventories -- Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders -- Need For Quality Training In Assessment -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 8 Counseling Outreach: Prevention and Intervention -- Counselors As Consultants -- The Consultation Process -- Types of Consultations -- Psychoeducation -- Teaching Courses -- Leading Workshops and Groups -- Training Paraprofessionals -- Providing Wellness Activities -- Offering Career Education Programs -- Social Change Activities -- Crisis Intervention -- The Process of Intervention -- Suicide Intervention -- Liaison Activities -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Part 3 The Counseling Process -- Chapter 9 Individual Counseling -- The Counseling Setting -- Client Characteristics -- The Counseling Process -- Initial Stage: Developing a Relationship and Clarifying the Presenting Problem -- Middle Stage: Exploring More Deeply -- Last Stage: Integrating Client Changes Into Daily Life -- Termination of Counseling Sessions -- Terminating Too Soon -- Research Studies on Counseling Outcome: Meta-Analysis -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 10 Family and Marriage Counseling and Therapy -- Family Systems Theories -- Object Relations Theory -- Bowen's Family Systems -- Adlerian Family Therapy -- Satir's Process Model -- Minuchin's Structural Family Therapy -- Strategic Therapy -- Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Family Counseling -- The Family Life Cycle -- Family Counseling and Therapy in Practice -- Initial Stage: Developing a Relationship and Assessing the Family Problem -- Middle Stage: Developing Emotional Awareness and Acceptance of Dysfunctional Family Patterns -- Last Stage: Learning How to Change the Family System -- Termination: Separating From Therapy -- Marriage and Couple Counseling Theories -- Changing Family and Marriage Patterns -- Dual-Career Families -- Single-Parent Families -- Remarried (Blended) Families -- Child Abuse and Neglect -- The characteristics and Effects of Abuse -- Counseling Families in which Abuse has Occurred -- Trends in Family Therapy -- Community Family Therapy -- Feminist Family Therapy -- Systemic Cognitive-Developmental Therapy -- Research in Family and Marriage Counseling and Therapy -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 11 Group Counseling -- Ethical Guidelines with Groups -- Group Counseling Theories -- Psychodynamic Group Counseling -- Humanistic Group Counseling -- Cognitive-Behavioral Group Counseling -- Developmental Group Counseling -- The Group Experience -- Forming a Group -- Group Stages -- Future Trends -- Summary -- Projects and Activities -- References -- Chapter 12 Career Counseling -- Historical Perspective -- The Current Scene -- Need for Professional Training -- Trends in Career Counseling -- Theoretical Approaches t
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Counseling -- Textbooks.
Genre/Form Textbooks.
Author Jones, Karyn Dayle.
LC no. 2004014014
ISBN 0130982180