This sixth edition of the best-selling Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques emphasizes the techniques and skills necessary to be effective in the art of helping, from basic building blocks to advanced therapeutic ...
Author: Mark E. Young
Students and beginning counselors get step-by-step guidance for developing the skills and techniques they need to effectively help their clients. This sixth edition of the best-selling Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques emphasizes the techniques and skills necessary to be effective in the art of helping, from basic building blocks to advanced therapeutic techniques. The text is practical, innovative, and focused on the relationship between helper and client. The author incorporates the latest research on effective treatments, while offering an integrative perspective. The author's conversational tone is appealing to students, yet the book is carefully referenced for instructors. The goal is to make beginning helpers become "reflective practitioners." "Stop and Reflect" sections, exercises, homework, class discussion topics, and Journal Starters support this approach. The sixth edition includes new sections highlighting issues of culture in research, challenges related to gender differences, and helping skills specific to children.
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Author: Lupe Alle-Corliss
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Thorough, hands-on guidance for conducting group work in nonprofit, public, and for-profit agency settings. Because it improves access, is cost-effective, and can be modified to conform to evidence-based practice, group work has become the treatment approach of choice in a broad range of human service agencies. Written in an approachable manner that allows for direct translation of concepts into practice, Group Work: A Practical Guide to Developing Groups in Agency Settings provides a dual emphasis on clinical group skills along with a thorough understanding of agency systems that is necessary to meet the demands of today's practice settings. Written by two experts in the field, this book offers: Practical, detailed, ready-to-use group treatment plans, including group objectives, weekly session guidelines, discussion topics, activities, relevant research, and other essential tools Coverage of the three major types of agencies—nonprofit, public, and for-profit—supported by research and evidence-based treatments that reflect practitioners' actual experiences A unique agency perspective that includes coverage of agency structure, policies, history, staff, politics, informal and formal norms, and diverse client populations Group Work also contains a resourceful CD-ROM with over fifty different Group Profiles that can be customized to suit clients' unique styles and needs. Addressing a wide variety of psychological issues frequently encountered in therapy work with groups,¿the Group Profiles cover a range of clients across the lifespan—children, adolescents, adults, older adults, and the medically ill. Topics covered in these Group Profiles include anxiety, depression, divorce adjustment, substance abuse, foster care, trauma, chronic pain, anger management, hospice, weight management/obesity prevention, teen pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, and many more. Clear, concise, and current, Group Work: A Practical Guide to Developing Groups in Agency Settings is a useful resource from which professionals will gain the knowledge, skills, and awareness of the many intricacies involved in working with diverse groups within different agency settings. Its easy-to-follow presentation will enable all mental health professionals to successfully apply a variety of concepts, ideas, and skills into their group work practice. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (6th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson. Yusufov, M., Prochaska, J.O., Paiva, A.L., Rossi, J.S., Blissmer, B., Redding, C.A., & Velicer, W.F. (2016). Baseline predictors of singular ...
Author: Gavin, James
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Health & Fitness
Lifestyle Wellness Coaching, Third Edition With Web Resource, offers an evidence-based and systematic coaching methodology that professionals can use to help clients achieve long-term overall wellness by addressing health, fitness, and lifestyle.
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Author: Mark E. Young
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Author: Ana Isabel Puig, PhD, LMHC-S, NCCPublish On: 2022-11-15
Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (6th ed.). Pearson. CHAPTER 6 ORIENTATIONS TO COUNSELING AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS Ana Puig 140 FOUNDATIONS IN BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR □
Author: Ana Isabel Puig, PhD, LMHC-S, NCC
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Helps counselors-in-training develop their sense of identity as advocates and seekers of social justice Distinguished by a potent social justice and multicultural perspective, this comprehensive introductory text for counselors-in-training delivers foundational concepts through the lens of advocacy and intersectionality. This book emphasizes exploration of the individual and collective effect of local, national, and global social issues on clients and their communities, and imparts real world experiences from authors and clinical experts who provide personal accounts of challenges and successes in their practices. The text examines key evidence-based counseling theories with an in-depth focus on trauma-informed counseling and prompts reflection and dialogue about critical issues in counselor development. It introduces specific counseling micro-skills, techniques, and modalities and describes the varied settings in which counselors can practice. Engaging activities that foster self-analysis and self-actualization illuminate the path to becoming a professional counselor. Chapters encompass several features that promote high-level thinking and reinforce understanding of content. These include reflection exercises that relate chapter content to individual counselor identity, learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, Voices from the Field to bring counseling to life, Call to Action features to help students put learning into action, case studies, Group Process activities, and additional resources. Abundant instructor activities include Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, PowerPoints, and recorded video podcasts. Key Features: Addresses the foundations of counseling through the perspective of multiculturalism, advocacy, social justice, and intersectionality Emphasizes understanding of the individual and collective effect of social issues on clients and their communities Includes recorded interviews with clinical experts and Voices from the Field Weaves the concept of trauma-informed counseling throughout Covers such trending topics as telemental health, the influence of climate change, psychedelic assisted therapies, and the effect of social media on counseling, and neuroscience Offers engaging self-actualization and reflection activities to enhance counselor training Each chapter includes learning objectives, Call to Action features, Think About This reflection exercises, Group Process activities, case studies, and more Offers an abundant ancillaries package including Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, chapter PowerPoints, and video podcasts
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Author: James Gavin
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Coaching (Athletics)
Foundations of Professional Coaching With HKPropel Access is the essential guide to developing coaching skills and creating influential coaching relationships. Offering foundational concepts and underlying principles of coaching, this text will help all types of coaches cultivate a growth environment that encourages lasting change and maximizes each client's potential in their personal and professional lives. Grounded in the International Coaching Federation's eight core competencies, the text covers the theoretical basis of professional coaching models and the application of those models in modern coaching. Whether readers are looking for effective methods for client motivation, exercise adherence, or performance improvement, they will enrich their coaching skills in these ways: Understanding the journey of behavior change with key models on the change process Employing inclusive frameworks for working with clients to set and pursue goals and overcome challenges Adhering to ethical protocols, such as how to appropriately respond to clients' identity, environment, values, and beliefs Cultivating trust and safety in the coaching relationship with respect to power and relationship dynamics Establishing presence as a coach and developing a coach's voice Communicating effectively, with active listening and appropriate areas of inquiry Throughout the text, personal stories offer insights into meaningful coaching engagements, providing context for the concepts and their application to a wide variety of coaching professions, including personal trainers, fitness instructors, health and lifestyle wellness coaches, and sport coaches. Additionally, downloadable resources, delivered through HKPropel, include practical tools--such as forms and checklists--for a successful coaching practice. Foundations of Professional Coaching provides a pathway to excellence in coaching practice, with practical guidance on how to develop partnerships and address the physical and mental needs of clients to enact effective change. Note: A code for accessing HKPropel is included with all new print books.
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Author: Jonathan H. Ohrt
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This innovative text presents a comprehensive review of the theoretical and empirical support for a wellness approach to counseling with current techniques for client assessment, case conceptualization, treatment planning, and intervention. The authors provide holistic strategies for wellness promotion with children, adolescents, and young, midlife, and older adults, as well as in counseling with groups, couples, and families. Each chapter includes reflection questions, learning activities, and resources to deepen readers’ understanding of the content and application to practice. Wellness boosters offer quick methods for clients and counselors to increase their domain-specific and overall well-being. In addition, experienced counselors share their personal experiences implementing wellness interventions in “Practitioner Spotlight” vignettes. A chapter on counselor self-care completes the book. Jonathan H. Ohrt, PhD, is an associate professor and counselor education program coordinator at the University of South Carolina. Philip B. Clarke, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University. Abigail H. Conley, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Special Education, and an affiliate faculty member in the Institute for Women’s Health, at Virginia Commonwealth University. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website.
Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. Young, M. E., & Lambie, G.W. (2007). Wellness in school and mental health systems: Organizational influences. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, ...
Author: Alicia M. Homrich
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book guides graduate faculty and supervisors in effective gatekeeping by bringing together the body of professional performance standards for multiple mental health fields and providing best practices, tools, and templates for use with trainees. Following an introduction to the professional, ethical, and legal issues involved in gatekeeping, the authors discuss contextual factors that can affect trainee functioning. Topics addressed include strategies for assisting low-performing trainees, faculty and supervisor roles, professional collaboration, evaluating trainee performance, designing remediation plans, documentation, and prevention and early intervention. Text features include “Notes From the Field,” “On the Legal Side,” and “What Would You Do?” to enhance understanding of the material. “Gatekeeping in the Mental Health Professions presents a treasure trove of rigorous scholarship and practical recommendations for addressing one of the most vexing challenges that clinical educators and supervisors face—dealing with the problematic personal issues, interpersonal behavior, or unprofessional conduct of a student/trainee. From admission to graduate school through licensing for independent practice, the authors provide policies, procedures, contracts, and sample dialogues that are compassionate, mindful of students’ varying developmental stages, and respectful of due process. This authoritative text will help to fulfill the fundamental responsibility of every clinical educator and supervisor to protect our profession and the clients we serve.” —Anne Marie “Nancy” Wheeler, JD, and Burt Bertram, EdD, Coauthors, The Counselor and the Law “This unique and valuable contribution to the field covers all aspects of gatekeeping, a term frequently discussed but sometimes not practiced. As the experts in this volume point out, mental health educational programs are ethically bound to ensure that their graduates are competent. This book not only discusses gatekeeping responsibilities but also provides useful ways to practice and document them. This must-read text is thorough, interesting, and critically important.” —Samuel T. Gladding, PhD, Wake Forest University *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]
She did the best she could, and knowing my grandmother, she probably got less love than me. It's just. ... Cognitive therapy of personality disorders (2nd ed.). ... Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (3rd ed.).
Author: Leah Brew
Highly practical and student centered, Applied Helping Skills: Transforming Lives, is an experiential text focusing on basic skills and core interventions. Although it has a consistent a big-picture perspective, this book emphasizes the role of counselors to make contact with their individual clients, to help them feel understood, and to clarify the major issues that trouble them.
The great psychotherapy debate: The evidence for what makes psychother-psychotherpsychotherapy work (2nd ed.). ... The truth about women and power (6th ed.). ... Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (5th ed.).
Author: Valerie Nash Chang
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Chang, Decker, and Scott's multilayered teaching and learning system provides a creative blend of learning methods and clear presentation of topics to help students think like practitioners and apply foundational skills to real-world practice. Students first read about professional practice and the skills required to work effectively with clients. Next, they reflect on and write about the ideas presented in the text by completing homework exercises that follow each new concept. The book also includes a case, presented one section at a time, with questions that engage students in learning how to think like professionals. Role-playing in practice interviews promotes skill development, and simple evaluation tools allow for ongoing evaluation of competencies. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.