By David Capuzzi, David Capuzzi, Douglas R. Gross
This student-friendly and good designed introductory textual content offers a radical evaluation of every of the subsequent commonplace theories: psychoanalytic, Jungian, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, cognitive-behavioral, dialectical habit, rational emotive habit, fact therapy/choice idea, family members, feminist, transpersonal, and integrative. Eighteen specialists research each one idea from the point of view of its historic historical past, significant constructs, pursuits, cross-cultural issues, and obstacles. conventional and short interventions combine conception with particular counseling innovations, giving scholars additional perception into the counseling approach and tips in constructing their own counseling type. A constant case examine throughout chapters reinforces the diversities among theories and illustrates evaluation of patron matters and remedy making plans. Introductory chapters discover middle dimensions and short ways to the aiding dating, and the way to top convey counseling and advocacy companies to various consumer teams. A complimentary try out guide and PowerPoints for teachers' use can be found via request on collage letterhead.
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Leading Counselor/Therapist: You told me whose voice it is, but you didn’t tell me what the voice says. Would you talk about this? Client: (raising his voice) It says, “Get out or you’re going to get hurt. ” Strategies That Add Depth and Enhance the Relationship This group of strategies is used to enhance and expand the communicative and relationship patterns that are established early in the counseling or therapeutic process. When used effectively, these strategies should open up deeper levels of communication and strengthen FOUNDATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY 14 the relationship patterns that have already been established.
Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who ever felt this way. Counselor/Therapist: (smiling) I am very pleased with what you just said. At this moment, I also do not feel alone with my anger. Confrontation This strategy enables the counselor or therapist to provide the client with feedback in which discrepancies are presented in an honest and matter-of-fact manner. A counselor or therapist uses this strategy to indicate his or her reaction to the client, to identify differences between the client’s words and behaviors, and to challenge the client to put words and ideas into action.
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