HOLISTIC COUNSELING When we concern ourselves with providing counseling for terminally ill patients , we need an appropriate psychological model from which to work . We must begin with an understanding of our reasons for entering into a ...
Author: George S. Lair
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Placing a focus on the spiritual needs of death and dying, the theme of this book is that the focus of counselling with people who are dying should be on the psychospiritual aspects of death and dying. It is based on two assumptions - that death and anxiety, not pain, are the most critical issues for the dying, and that the time of dying is an opportunity for growth and transformation. The author believes that it is imperative for counselling professionals to realize that at this time understanding and caring are primary.
Author: Charlette R. Gallagher-AllredPublish On: 1989
COUNSELING THE TERMINALLY ILL CHILD Do not be surprised if terminally ill children shock you by their acceptance of death and their forthrightness in discussing it . Children understand and accept a poor prognosis often better than ...
Author: Charlette R. Gallagher-Allred
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Category: Health & Fitness
Abstract: This book is an authoritative and complete text on the nutritional needs of dying persons in palliative care settings. The information is intended for dietitians on palliative care teams. Topics include: specific, appropriate nutritional techniques, effective counseling skills, and how to participate in interdisciplinary team meetings. The objective of this document is to define the roles and responsibilities of dietitians working with terminally ill patients.
Author: Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LCP, DCMHS, CRC, CCMPublish On: 2008-11-11
In order to counsel the dying and their loved ones, it is important to understand how you, the counselor, respond to these questions and your comfort in doing so. Necessary skills for counselors working with the dying are listening, ...
Author: Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LCP, DCMHS, CRC, CCM
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Named an Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 byChoice! "Marini and Stebnicki, both professors and scholars in rehabilitation counseling, have compiled an extremely useful and practical counseling resource covering a variety of topics...[U]ndergraduates, graduate students, and new counselors will find this a valuable tool....This unique volume is a great addition for college and university libraries...Highly recommended." ---Choice "An excellent resource for the counseling student as well as the practicing counselor. It is well-written and comprehensive without being overwhelming. A must for every counselor's and future counselor's library!" --Donna Falvo, PhD, CRC, Professor, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Medical School "I found the chapters to be well-written, organized in a clear manner, and presented in a balanced wayÖ.This is a reference work that people will want to keep." --Gerald Corey, EdD, ABPP, Professor, California State University (From the Foreword) The Professional Counselor's Desk Reference (PCDR) is the first resource of its kind, serving as an authoritative guide for both pre-professionals working towards counselor licensure and certification, as well as seasoned counselors, counselor educators, clinical supervisors, psychologists, and social workers. Drs. Marini and Stebnicki present this quick, user-friendly desk reference guide based on the core content and knowledge areas outlined in both the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) and Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) accreditation standards. With contributions from 95 experts in counselor education, research, and practice, this book includes: Bulleted "how to" strategies for working with clients under various models in counseling and psychology Easy-to-read tables, graphics, and figures to capture a holistic picture of specific client issues Guidelines for conducting interviews and assessments with culturally diverse clients, as well as treatment protocols that suggest evidence-based practices Discussions on counselor impairments such as empathy fatigue, and developing a plan of self-care to prevent counselor burnout A comprehensive self-exam of 323 multiple-choice items based on the CORE/CACREP core content and knowledge areas for counselor education and training This invaluable reference guide is the most current source related to professional counseling issues, ethics, theories, and practices. Marini and Stebnicki provide a wide range of culturally diverse treatment approaches that will expand the counseling profession's knowledge, awareness, and skills.
When one fears death, usually after learning he or she has a terminal illness, the client may seek counseling. Some hospitals operate a hospice though these are not commonplace. I can think of at least two hospices in the Jacksonville, ...
Author: Mark Chapman, Jr.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"Bible-Based Counseling: A Professional Approach to Inner Healing and Personal Growth" deals with real life issues that cause pain, conflict, and joy, and impact your life, your health, and your world. Applying these principles and lessons will help you be more effective in both work and play. You will also develop a more positive and realistic view of life.Author Mark Chapman Jr. draws on his own counseling experience to help those in need of various types of counseling. Chapman provides a preventative approach he calls a "preemptive strike," and describes the ways in which counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, or even good friends can make a difference by sharing and caring-whether through giving advice and counsel, or through their sheer presence. He also discusses more specialized mental health treatments and crisis counseling. Finally, Chapman deals with comfort, care, and counseling for the terminally ill patient."Bible-Based Counseling: A Professional Approach to Inner Healing and Personal Growth" can help you live a healthier, more fulfilling life-both mentally and spiritually.
Counseling terminally ill patients is an activity performed by many professionals — doctors, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, ministers, and social workers, as well as family members, friends, and other nonprofessionals ...
Author: Lewis R. Aiken
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Family & Relationships
Textbook for Death & Dying courses in psych, soc, soc work, nursing, development, and counseling depts.
CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN COUNSELING WOMEN WITH CANCER It is not unusual for mental health professionals to have countertransferential reactions when working with women with cancer , particularly when these women are terminally ill ...
Author: Mary Kopala
The Handbook of Counseling Women addresses current theories, research, and issues relevant to the mental and physical well-being of women. Edited by Mary Kopala and Merle A. Keitel, this comprehensive volume is divided into three parts. Part One focuses on theoretical, sociocultural, biological, and developmental considerations. Part Two is devoted to assessment, diagnosis, and intervention. Part Three covers supervision, research, and ethics. Most chapters include case studies, recommendations for further reading, and resources for clients. Essential reading for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses, this handbook will also appeal to graduate and undergraduate students in counseling, clinical psychology, and clinical social work courses.
Author: Shannon Hodges, PhD, LMHC, NCC, ACSPublish On: 2019-10-16
With elderly, terminally ill clients, many counselors may have conflicting emotions. Beyond the counselor's feelings, legal issues may include: (a) who is the client (the terminally ill patient or the family members); (b) who has legal ...
Author: Shannon Hodges, PhD, LMHC, NCC, ACS
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
This best-selling guide to the practicum and internship experience, written expressly for graduate counseling students by a seasoned counselor and educator, is now substantially revised. New and expanded content touches on CACREP developments, trauma-informed care, social media, mindfulness, multicultural competencies, and more. With a strong focus on counseling as a specific professional identity, the book helps graduate students and new counselors develop their own approach to counseling and supervision, maintaining beneficial working relationships, self-care, sharpening writing skills, and record-keeping. A completely new chapter focuses on trauma-informed care developed from evidence-based approaches. Concise and accessible, the book describes everything students need to know as they enter and progress through the practicum and internship process. Replete with case examples and sample forms, it encompasses information on how to select and apply for practicum/internships in all settings. It also examines ethical and legal issues, ensuring student safety at field sites, and clinical issues including teletherapy and termination. Instructor and student ancillary materials are included with this new edition. New to the Third Edition: Updated to include content on 2014 ACA Code of Ethics and CACREP developments New chapter on trauma-informed care including evidence-based approaches Information on crisis intervention and de-escalation Increased content on supervision styles and models Expanded information on student safety at field sites, job searching, dealing with mandated/resistant clients, and goal setting and self-evaluation Receiving feedback from supervisors and providing feedback to peers Stages of change/client willingness to change as counseling model Discussions about social media, vicarious trauma, cyberbullying, and mindfulness Teletherapy including confidentiality issues, hacking, encryption, and legal issues Multicultural counseling competencies Expanded case studies New Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint slides Key Features: Focuses on counseling as a specific professional identity and mentors students in a supportive, user-friendly style Covers everything students need to know as they enter and progress through the practicum/internship process Includes abundant case examples A concluding chapter on preparing for the job search, résumés, cover letters, and negotiating salary
It is defined by each client in terms of his or her concerns and anxieties about the dying process and death . Safe passage is achieved through allowing the client to express these fears and by allaying these fears as much as possible .
Author: Mary Ann Hoffman
Publisher: Guilford Press
Counseling interventions are a proven and powerful way to help individuals with HIV cope with the enormous changes in their lives wrought by the disease. Proposing an innovative conceptual model for HIV clinical work, this book integrates empirical research on the psychosocial aspects of HIV with extensive case material. It provides a framework for assessing clients' psychosocial concerns and implementing interventions to facilitate adjustment; reviews medical and neurocognitive aspects of HIV disease progression; explores the psychotherapeutic context of HIV clinical work; and addresses risk reduction and prevention.
Therapists are free to have conscientious objections to counseling such clients, but they are not free to coerce, ... But this training does not qualify the therapist to determine that a terminally ill client must be mentally ill simply ...
Author: Elliot D. Cohen
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Counseling Ethics for the 21st Century prepares students to address ethical issues arising in contemporary counseling practice. Drawing on their own clinical and practical experiences, authors Elliot D. Cohen and Gale Spieler Cohen present detailed, realistic, and engaging clinical case studies along with a comprehensive five-step model that can be used to manage the complex ethical problems raised throughout the book. Each chapter focuses on particular virtues in the context of examining a particular counseling issue, including online counseling, digital record keeping, and social media. Students will be empowered to define problems, identify relevant facts, conduct ethical analyses, and make the best decisions for their clients.
Author: Shannon Hodges, PhD, LMHC, NCC, ACSPublish On: 2015-11-16
Counseling Terminally Ill Clients Counselors working with terminally ill clients, whether in hospice or other agencies, may face several ethical, legal, moral, and spiritual issues. Terminally ill clients whose pain and suffering are ...
Author: Shannon Hodges, PhD, LMHC, NCC, ACS
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Praise for the First Edition: "I highly recommend The Counseling Practicum and Internship Manual. It is the single best all-in-one resource Iíve read for all things practicum and internship." ñRyan Thomas Neace, LPC, NCC, CCMHC, Blogger, American Counseling Association; Founder, CounselingInternships.com and Change, Inc. "[U]sing this text in my practicum course. It is a very user friendly book with many resources in addition to good clinical information." ñ Jessica Brumm-Larson, PhD, Alverno College This best-selling guide to the practicum and internship experience, written expressly for graduate counseling students by a seasoned counselor and educator, is now substantially revised with updated and expanded content including the 2014 ACA Standards of Ethics. With a strong focus on counseling as a specific professional identity, the book includes new information on developing one's own approach to counseling and supervision, maintaining satisfactory working relationships with supervisors and colleagues, developing good writing skills and record keeping, and managing crisis and trauma. The Second Edition also reflects such developments as DSM-5 and CORE/CACREP standards. With a concise, accessible writing style, the book describes everything students need to know as they enter and progress through the practicum and internship process. Replete with plentiful case examples and downloadable sample forms and templates, this supportive manual encompasses information addressing how to select and apply for practicum/internships in all settings, including mental health, rehabilitation, schools, addictions, and marriage and counseling. It examines such ethical legal and issues as informed consent, confidentiality, client records, boundary issues, and liability insurance. Multicultural considerations that impact counseling along with the importance of self-care including stress management and dealing with aggressive client behaviors are also discussed in detail. This "mentor in a book" gives counseling students invaluable assistance in preparing for and successfully assimilating their first experiences with the realities of working with clients, and eases the journey toward developing into a self-confident, skilled, and ethical practitioner. New to the Second Edition: Updated to include content on 2014 ACA Ethics Code, CACREP/CORE developments, legal issues, DSM-5, and social media Expanded content on developing an individual approach to counseling and supervision Provides new information on crisis intervention Increased content on supervision styles and models Expanded information on student safety at field sites Augmented discussion of careers Includes expanded self-reflection exercises for the intern Provides downloadable versions of student forms and templates Key Features: Focuses on counseling as a specific professional identity Covers everything students need to know as they enter and progress through the practicum/internship process Helps students to understand the realities of working with clients after they leave the "safe" learning environment Mentors students in a supportive, user-friendly style Includes abundant case examples Includes abundant forms and templates for students, available as online downloads