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Counseling and Psychotherapy - David Capuzzi

Year 2011

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PrefaceFEATURES OF THE TEXTNEW TO THIS EDITIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSMeet the EditorsMeet the ContributorsPart 1. FOUNDATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPYCHAPTER 1: Helping Relationships: From Core Dimensions to Brief ApproachesDEFINITIONS AND DESCRIPTIONSHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: STAGESHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: CORE CONDITIONSEmpathic UnderstandingRespect and Positive RegardGenuineness and CongruenceConcretenessWarmthImmediacyHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: STRATEGIESStrategies That Build Rapport and Encourage Client DialogueStrategies That Aid in Data GatheringStrategies That Add Depth and Enhance the RelationshipBRIEF APPROACHES: AN OVERVIEWBrief Problem-Focused TherapyBrief Solution-Focused TherapySolution-Oriented and Possibility TherapyCONCLUSIONSCHAPTER 2: Diversity and Social Justice Issues in Counseling and PsychotherapyDEFINITIONSMulticultural CounselingSocial Justice CounselingKEY CONCEPTS OF COUNSELING WITH DIVERSE CLIENTSUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through the Oppression ModelUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through Social Identity DevelopmentUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through WorldviewDIVERSITY AND THE COUNSELING PROCESSThe Counseling RelationshipCounseling GoalsAppropriate Counseling Interventions With Diverse ClientsBECOMING A DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL TUSTICE COMPETENT COUNSELORDiversity-Competent CounselorSocial Justice Competent CounselorCONCLUSIONSPart 2. THEORIES OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPYCHAPTER 3: Psychoanalytic TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATUREMAJOR CONSTRUCTSId, Ego, and SuperegoPsychosexual DevelopmentLife and Death InstinctsDefense MechanismsTransference and CountertransferenceAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Psychoanalytic TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACHCHAPTER 4: Jungian Analytical TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEChildhood: Characteristics and Therapeutic InterventionsAdolescenceMiddle AgeOld AgeMAJOR CONSTRUCTS: PERSONALITY THEORYThe Personal ConsciousThe Personal UnconsciousThe Collective UnconsciousArchetypesAPPLICATIONSGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention Strategies: Jungian Therapy With Children and AdolescentsClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchSummary Chart: Jungian Analytical TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A JUNGIAN APPROACHCHAPTER 5: Adlerian TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEEarly DevelopmentBirth Order and Family ConstellationEarly RecollectionsMAJOR CONSTRUCTSAdler's Human Personality TheorySocial InterestEmotions and FeelingsAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Adlerian Theory Human NatureTHE CASE OF MARIA: AN ADLERIAN APPROACHRelationship and EncouragementInvestigationInterpretationReorientationCHAPTER 6: Existential TheoryBACKGROUNDApproaches to ExistentialismHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEA WorldviewMAJOR CONSTRUCTSDeathFreedomIsolationMeaninglessness/MeaningfulnessAuthenticity and Vulnerability: Two Sides of the Existential SelfExistential RelationshipsHazards on the JourneyAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Existential TheoryTHE CASK OF MARIA: AN EXISTENTIAL APPROACHTreatment/Intervention PlanCase AnalysisCHAPTER 7: Person-Centered TheoryBACKGROUNDCarl L. RogersHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEPeople Are TrustworthyMovement Toward ActualizationInner ResourcesIndividually Perceived WorldInteraction With External FactorsMAJOR CONSTRUCTSNo Two People See the World Exactly AlikeEmpathic Understanding Is CriticalPeople Make Simple Mistakes in JudgmentPlace Confidence in the ClientPerceived World of the Client May Not Approximate the World SoughtCongruent Individuals Trust Their WorldviewAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Person-Centered TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A PERSON-CENTERED APPROACHMaria's Phenomenological WorldActualizing TendenciesThe Counselor's RoleExpectations for ProgressCHAPTER 8: Gestalt TheoryBACKGROUNDFrederick (Fritz) PerisLaura PerisPaul GoodmanPhenomenology, Existentialism, Field Theory, Dialogue, andHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEMAJOR CONSTRUCTSField Theory: Organism and EnvironmentDifferentiation and ContactConfluenceBoundariesDichotomies and PolaritiesForeground and BackgroundAwarenessResponsibilityShouldsI-Thou, What and How, Here and NowAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Gestalt TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A GESTALT APPROACHCase ConceptualizationTreatment PlanExperimentsCHAPTER 9: Cognitive-Behavioral TheoriesBACKGROUNDWatson and the Beginnings of Behavioral TheorySkinner and Operant ConditioningWolpe and Systematic DesensitizationA Brief History of Cognitive TherapyHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEMAJOR CONSTRUCTSThe Importance of CognitionsThe Importance of LearningThe Importance of Operational Definitions and Functional AnalysisThe Importance of Therapeutic EmpathyAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Case ConceptualizationThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Cognitive-Behavioral InterventionsClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVATUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Cognitive-Behavioral TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL APPROACHMaria's Problem ListWorking HypothesisPrecipitating and Activating SituationsSummary of Working HypothesisStrengths and AssetsTreatment PlanCHAPTER 10: Dialectical Behavior TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATUREMATOR CONSTRUCTSBiosocial TheoryEmotional Dysregulation and ValidationThe Four Skill ModulesDialecticsAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Dialectical Behavior TheoryTHE CASK OF MARIA: A DIALECTICAL APPROACH Presenting ProblemCourse of TreatmentCHAPTER 11: Rational Emotive Behavior TherapyBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEMATOR CONSTRUCTSTheoretical AssumptionsAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATION OverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Rational Emotive Behavior TherapyTHE CASE OF MARIA: A RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY APPROACHCHAPTER 12: Reality Therapy/Choice TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL• PERSPECTIVEMATOR CONSTRUCTSAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Reality Therapy/Choice TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A REALITY THERAPY APPROACHEstablishing the EnvironmentUsing the WDEP ProceduresCHAPTER 13: Family TheoryDEFINITIONSHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEThe Family Life CycleThe Family Life SpiralThe Family GenogramMATOR CONSTRUCTSTheoretical AntecedentsAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Family TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A FAMILY THERAPY APPROACHBackgroundFamily Therapy ProcessCase ConceptualizationTreatment PlanningTreatment PhaseCHAPTER 14: Feminist TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEThe Mother-Child RelationshipA Different VoiceToward a New Psychology of WomenSelf-in-RelationGender SchemaEngendered LivesConclusionsMAIOR CONSTRUCTSAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesFeminist InterventionsBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Feminist TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A FEMINIST APPROACHCHAPTER 15: Transpersonal TheoryBACKGROUNDHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEMAJOR CONSTRUCTSAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Transpersonal TheoryTHE CASE OF MARIA: A TRANSPERSONAL APPROACHCase ConceptualizationCounseling Goals and TechniquesFinal ThoughtsPart 3. INTEGRATIVE APPROACHESCHAPTER 16: Integrative Approaches: Expressive Arts, Narrative, and SymbolismBACKGROUNDExpressive Arts ApproachesNarrative ApproachesSymbolic ApproachesTheory IntegrationIntegrated IntegrationHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEExpressive ArtsNarrative ApproachesSymbolic ApproachesMATOR CONSTRUCTSExpressive ArtsNarrative ApproachesSymbolic ApproachesAPPLICATIONSOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Process of ChangeTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesCross-Cultural ConsiderationsEVALUATIONOverviewSupporting ResearchLimitationsSummary Chart: Integrative Approaches: Expressive Arts, Narrative, and SymbolismTHE CASE OF MARIA: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
 
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