40 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know (3e) : 9780134694894

40 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know (3e)

 
Edition
 
3
ISBN
 
9780134694894
ISBN 10
 
0134694899
Published
 
28/01/2019
Published by
 
Pearson Higher Ed USA
Pages
 
336
Format
 
Out of stock
 
Title type
Book
$49.99
 
 
Title type
 
$32.99
 
 
Description
Ideal for practicum, internship, or an advanced or applied skills course.

Concise, yet thorough, 45 Techniques Every Counselor Should Know is designed to prepare students to enter their field with sound ideas for applying theory-based techniques to their counselling. Coverage of each technique starts with the presentation of the theoretical origins, then provides a step-by-step guide to implementation, and culminates with opportunities for application. Transcriptions, case examples, multicultural implications, and outcomes-based research demonstrate real-life application of how the techniques can be used in counselling practice. This indispensable resource provides hands-on help for working with clients from all backgrounds to create positive changes in their lives and meet their counselling goals.

Table of contents
  • Section 1: Techniques Based on Solution-Focused Brief Counseling Approaches 
  • 1. Scaling 
  • 2. Exceptions 
  • 3. Problem-Free Talk 
  • 4. Miracle Question 
  • 5. Flagging the Minefield 
  • Section 2: Techniques Based on Adlerian or Psychodynamic Approaches 
  • 6. I-Messages 
  • 7. Acting As If 
  • 8. Spitting in the Soup 
  • 9. Mutual Storytelling 
  • 10. Paradoxical Intention 
  • Section 3: Techniques Based on Gestalt and Psychodrama Principles 
  • 11. Empty Chair 
  • 12. Body Movement and Exaggeration 
  • 13. Role Reversal 
  • Section 4: Techniques Based on Mindfulness Approaches 
  • 14. Visual/Guided Imagery 
  • 15. Deep Breathing 
  • 16. Progressive Muscle Relaxation Training (PMRT) 
  • 17. Mindfulness Meditation
  • Section 5: Techniques Based on Humanistic-Phenomenological Approaches 
  • 18. Self-Disclosure 
  • 19. Confrontation 
  • 20. Motivational Interviewing 
  • 21. Strength Bombardment 
  • Section 6: Techniques Based on Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches 
  • 22. Self-Talk 
  • 23. Reframing 
  • 24. Thought Stopping 
  • 25. Cognitive Restructuring 
  • 26. Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT): The ABCDEF Model and Rational-Emotive Imagery 
  • 27. Systematic Desensitization 
  • 28. Stress Inoculation Training 
  • Section 7: Techniques for Use Within and Between Sessions
  • 29. Assigning Homework 
  • 30. Bibliotherapy 
  • 31. Journaling 
  • Section 8: Techniques Based on Social Learning Approaches 
  • 32. Modeling 
  • 33. Behavioral Rehearsal 
  • 34. Role Play 
  • Section 9: Techniques Based on Behavioral Approaches Using Positive Reinforcement 
  • 35. Premack Principle 
  • 36. Behavior Chart 
  • 37. Token Economy 
  • 38. Behavioral Contract 
  • Section 10: Techniques Based on Behavioral Approaches Using Punishment 
  • 39. Extinction 
  • 40. Time Out 
  • 41. Response Cost 
  • 42. Overcorrection 
  • Section 11: Techniques Based on Emerging Approaches 
  • 43. Narrative Therapy 
  • 44. Strengths-based Approach
  • 45. Client Advocacy 
Features & benefits
  • Forty-five counselling techniques introduce students to numerous techniques from various theoretical approaches with multiple applications.
  • New chapters in this edition give readers the latest information on important new and emerging issues and techniques. New chapters cover: Mindfulness Meditation (Ch. 17) Assigning Homework (Ch. 29) Narrative Theory (Ch. 43) Strengths-Based Counseling (Ch. 44) Client Advocacy (Ch. 45)
  • A new section covers techniques that can help clients reach counselling goals outside of the counselling session. The techniques come from diverse theoretical approaches, including: Brief Counseling; Adlerian or Psychodynamic, Gestalt; Mindfulness; humanistic-phenomenological; Social Learning; Cognitive; Behavioral; and Cognitive-behavioural.
  • Transcripts, case examples, and descriptions of step-by-step implementations of techniques help students bridge theory to practice by providing actual demonstrations of each technique with clients and familiarising students with possible client responses.
  • The 3rd Edition includes 5 new case studies throughout the chapters.
  • Application Questions at the end of each chapter prompt students to apply the chapter techniques to the 5 brief case studies provided in the Introduction or to one of their own clients.
  • Evidence-based outcome research on each technique helps counsellors determine which techniques are best with which populations depending on specific variables and goals.
  • Origins and often-used variations of each technique familiarise counsellors with the theoretical basis underlying each technique and the common variations for implementation.
  • Multicultural implications are explored to help readers learn more about applying each technique and approach to counselling clients from diverse cultures.