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Testbank for Introduction to the Profession of Counseling (5th Edition) by Karyn Dayle Jones

By: Karyn D. Jones , Frank A. Nugent Professor Emeritus
ISBN-10: 135144302
/ ISBN-13: 9780135144305

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Authors: Karyn D. Jones , Frank A. Nugent Professor Emeritus
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Table of contents:

I. FOUNDATIONS OF COUNSELING
1. History and Trends of Counseling
What is Professional Counseling?
A Brief History of Counseling
The New Millennium: Trends in Counseling
2. Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues
Foundations of Professionalism, Ethics and Legal Issues
Professional Associations
Counselor Training
Counselor Credentialing: Licensing and Certification
Ethical Codes to Protect the Client and Monitor the Profession
3. The Effective Counselor
Personal Qualities
Professional Competencies
The Whole Counselor
4. Counseling in a Multicultural World
Culture, Race, and Ethnicity
Multicultural Counseling
II. THEORIES
5. Human Development Theories
Pioneers in Human Development Theory
Contemporary Life-Span Development Theories
Trends: Toward an Integrated Theory of Development
6. Counseling Theories and Techniques
Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theories
Humanistic and Existential Theories
Behavioral, Cognitive, and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories
Creative Therapies
Theories of Brief Counseling
Toward and Integrative Theoretical Approach
III. COUNSELING ACTIVITIES
7. Assessment, Testing and Diagnosis
A Brief History of Testing in Counseling
Different Ways Counselors Use Assessment
Types of Assessment
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
8. Individual Counseling
Client Characteristics
The Counseling Process
9. Group Counseling
Overview of Group Counseling
Ethical Guidelines with Groups
Group Counseling Theories
The Group Experience
Future Trends
10. Consultation
Consultation Defined
Types of Consultation
A Consultation Model
Areas of Consultation
IV. COUNSELING SPECIALTIES
11. Marriage and Family Counseling
Family Systems Theories
The Family Life Cycle
Family Counseling and Therapy in Practice
Marriage and Couple Counseling Theories
Changing Family and Marriage Patterns
Child Abuse and Neglect
12. Career Counseling
Historical Perspective
The Current Scene
Theoretical Approaches to Career Counseling
Career Counseling Process
Special Tools in Career Counseling
Employment Counselors
Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling
13. Substance Abuse Counseling
The Major Substances of Abuse
Theories of Substance Abuse
Counseling Persons with Substance Abuse Problems
Process Addictions
Youths and Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse in Older Adults
Training of Substance Abuse Counselors
14. Counseling Older Adults
Stereotypes of Older Adults
New Perspectives on Older Adults
The Counseling Needs of Older Adults
Consultation with Families of Older Adults
15. Counseling Programs in Schools
The Profession of School Counseling
Counseling Children in Elementary Schools
Counseling Children in Middle Schools
Counseling Children in High Schools
School Counselor Activities and Interventions
Addressing Cultural Diversity
16. Counseling Programs in Colleges and Universities
Brief History of College and University Counseling
Organization and Administration of Counseling Centers
Developmental Needs of College Students
College Counseling Center Services
Presenting Problems of College Students
Addressing Cultural Diversity
17. Mental Health and Community Counseling
Overview of Mental Health Counseling and Community Counseling
Mental Health and Community Counselors: Roles and Activities
Credentialing of Mental Health and Community Counselors
Work Settings
Managed Care and Third-Party Reimbursement
Internet Counseling
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