Taking a very practical "how to be a psychotherapist" approach, this overview of the process of counseling provides information that is fundamental to counseling, but not representative of any one theoretical orientation. Concise, yet thorough--and accessible to novice and seasoned professional alike--it explores counseling basics (e.g., skills, relationship building) as well as specific populations (e.g., groups, clients in crisis, couples and diverse populations). Foundation skills. The initial interview. The early phase. The middle phase. The final phase. The client in crisis. Groups and group therapy. Couple therapy. Dealing with diversity. Care and feeding of therapists. For new and seasoned professionals in counsel and psychotherapy.
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This applications-oriented text outlines a framework and guidelines for becoming a skilled psychotherapist -- exploring in detail the kinds of problems and solutions that psychotherapists must deal with on a day-to-day basis in the treatment of a client.From the Back Cover:
The revision of The Process of Counseling and Therapy provides practical information and guidelines for becoming a skilled psycho-therapist. Now with the addition of a second author's perspectives on real-life ,each chapter offers an inviting writing style and conversational tone.
Suitable for both classroom and field learning, this book can be used as a supplement for counseling and psychotherapy courses, as well as a handbook for practicing counselors and psychotherapists. A multi-cultural component called "Dealing With Diversity" has been added, along with updated references.
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