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EVALUATIONActualizing TendenciesUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through Social Identity DevelopmentBACKGROUNDMAJOR CONSTRUCTSCross-Cultural ConsiderationsLimitationsThe Process of ChangeBACKGROUNDOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyLimitationsTraditional Intervention StrategiesTraditional Intervention StrategiesUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through the Oppression ModelMAJOR CONSTRUCTSNo Two People See the World Exactly AlikeMAJOR CONSTRUCTS: PERSONALITY THEORYPeople Make Simple Mistakes in JudgmentOverviewGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyPrefaceTheoretical AntecedentsOverviewTreatment PlanOverviewWolpe and Systematic DesensitizationLimitationsMATOR CONSTRUCTSEngendered Lives: Helping Relationships: From Core Dimensions to Brief ApproachesThe Process of ChangeACKNOWLEDGMENTSSupporting ResearchPeople Are TrustworthyTHE CASE OF MARIA: A RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY APPROACHTraditional Intervention StrategiesOverviewMiddle AgeCounseling Goals and TechniquesStrategies That Aid in Data GatheringOverviewTraditional Intervention StrategiesA Different VoiceAPPLICATIONSTraditional Intervention StrategiesOverviewHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: STAGESMeaninglessness/MeaningfulnessThe Process of ChangeIndividually Perceived WorldBECOMING A DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL TUSTICE COMPETENT COUNSELORField Theory: Organism and EnvironmentThe Collective UnconsciousClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesEVALUATIONFreedomOverviewTreatment PlanningFamily Therapy ProcessSymbolic ApproachesAuthenticity and Vulnerability: Two Sides of the Existential SelfMAJOR CONSTRUCTSMAJOR CONSTRUCTSBrief Intervention StrategiesEVALUATION: Psychoanalytic TheoryDEFINITIONSSupporting ResearchAPPLICATIONSBrief Intervention StrategiesBACKGROUNDSupporting ResearchTraditional Intervention StrategiesLife and Death InstinctsTHEORIES OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPYMATOR CONSTRUCTSExperimentsLimitationsBrief Intervention Strategies: Jungian Therapy With Children and AdolescentsEarly RecollectionsAPPLICATIONSAPPLICATIONSDichotomies and PolaritiesThe Process of ChangeThe Process of ChangeHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEAPPLICATIONSInvestigationAppropriate Counseling Interventions With Diverse ClientsEVALUATIONClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesStrategies That Add Depth and Enhance the RelationshipOld AgeEVALUATIONBACKGROUNDThe Process of ChangeOverviewCross-Cultural ConsiderationsThe Importance of LearningEVALUATIONLimitationsEVATUATIONSocial Justice CounselingOverviewSelf-in-RelationTHE CASK OF MARIA: AN EXISTENTIAL APPROACHINTEGRATIVE APPROACHESPsychosexual DevelopmentOverviewAPPLICATIONSInteraction With External FactorsConfluenceTheoretical AssumptionsLimitationsSupporting ResearchGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyOverviewCross-Cultural ConsiderationsThe Family GenogramThe Four Skill ModulesBACKGROUNDTHE CASE OF MARIA: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACHThe Counseling RelationshipSymbolic ApproachesMaria's Phenomenological WorldFeminist InterventionsChildhood: Characteristics and Therapeutic InterventionsClients With Serious Mental Health Issues: Cognitive-Behavioral TheoriesThe Process of ChangeOverviewAdolescenceThe Process of ChangeBACKGROUNDLimitationsBrief Solution-Focused TherapySupporting ResearchSupporting ResearchHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEAPPLICATIONSEmotions and FeelingsThe Process of ChangeAPPLICATIONSOverviewA Worldview: Reality Therapy/Choice TheoryTHE CASK OF MARIA: A DIALECTICAL APPROACH Brief Intervention StrategiesLimitationsOverviewClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesWorking HypothesisFinal ThoughtsGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyTraditional Intervention StrategiesThe Process of ChangeHUMAN NATUREInner ResourcesMaria's Problem ListLimitationsTHE CASE OF MARIA: A REALITY THERAPY APPROACHExpressive ArtsCross-Cultural ConsiderationsAdler's Human Personality TheoryI-Thou, What and How, Here and NowThe Process of ChangeTHE CASE OF MARIA: A TRANSPERSONAL APPROACHIsolationEVALUATIONBirth Order and Family ConstellationOverviewImmediacyPhenomenology, Existentialism, Field Theory, Dialogue, andMAJOR CONSTRUCTSThe Personal ConsciousSupporting ResearchOverviewForeground and BackgroundCross-Cultural ConsiderationsBrief Intervention StrategiesResponsibilityExpressive Arts ApproachesDeathBoundariesOverviewCongruent Individuals Trust Their WorldviewSupporting ResearchHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEWarmthGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyCross-Cultural ConsiderationsSupporting ResearchThe Importance of Therapeutic EmpathyLimitationsLimitationsCourse of TreatmentHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: STRATEGIESCounseling GoalsOverviewOverview: Feminist TheoryTraditional Intervention Strategies: Person-Centered TheoryThe Personal UnconsciousThe Process of ChangeThe Mother-Child Relationship: Transpersonal TheoryThe Family Life SpiralAwarenessEmpathic UnderstandingAPPLICATIONSInterpretationRelationship and Encouragement: Gestalt TheoryOverviewTHE CASE OF MARIA: A GESTALT APPROACHCross-Cultural ConsiderationsNEW TO THIS EDITIONBiosocial TheoryFrederick (Fritz) PerisClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesMATOR CONSTRUCTSCross-Cultural ConsiderationsHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVENarrative ApproachesMATOR CONSTRUCTSArchetypesExistential RelationshipsEVALUATIONHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEBrief Intervention StrategiesHELPING RELATIONSHIPS: CORE CONDITIONSThe Process of ChangeTHE CASE OF MARIA: A PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACHSupporting ResearchBACKGROUNDHazards on the JourneyCase AnalysisSupporting ResearchEarly DevelopmentBrief Intervention StrategiesThe Family Life CycleThe Importance of Operational Definitions and Functional AnalysisTreatment/Intervention PlanConcretenessEmpathic Understanding Is CriticalCross-Cultural ConsiderationsHUMAN NATURESupporting ResearchPresenting ProblemSocial InterestHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEBackgroundGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyPerceived World of the Client May Not Approximate the World SoughtSymbolic ApproachesTHE CASE OF MARIA: A COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL APPROACHOverviewPaul GoodmanClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesPlace Confidence in the ClientHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVETraditional Intervention StrategiesUnderstanding Diverse Clients Through WorldviewNarrative ApproachesAPPLICATIONSRespect and Positive RegardClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyThe Importance of CognitionsGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyBACKGROUNDMulticultural CounselingAPPLICATIONSTHE CASE OF MARIA: A PERSON-CENTERED APPROACHClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesFOUNDATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPYSolution-Oriented and Possibility TherapyLaura PerisBACKGROUNDSkinner and Operant ConditioningLimitationsSupporting ResearchMAJOR CONSTRUCTSTransference and Countertransference: Rational Emotive Behavior TherapyKEY CONCEPTS OF COUNSELING WITH DIVERSE CLIENTSApproaches to ExistentialismEmotional Dysregulation and ValidationBrief Intervention Strategies: Jungian Analytical TheoryReorientationThe Counselor's RoleTreatment PhaseAPPLICATIONSCase ConceptualizationExpressive ArtsDialecticsTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Intervention StrategiesWatson and the Beginnings of Behavioral TheoryBACKGROUNDThe Process of ChangeGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyTraditional Intervention StrategiesTraditional Intervention StrategiesDEFINITIONSDIVERSITY AND THE COUNSELING PROCESSTHE CASE OF MARIA: AN ADLERIAN APPROACHGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyGoals of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Case ConceptualizationEVALUATIONAPPLICATIONSClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesGoals of Counseling and PsychotherapyTraditional Intervention StrategiesBrief Problem-Focused TherapyCross-Cultural ConsiderationsCross-Cultural ConsiderationsCarl L. RogersBACKGROUNDId, Ego, and SuperegoCase ConceptualizationEstablishing the EnvironmentCross-Cultural ConsiderationsUsing the WDEP ProceduresBrief Intervention StrategiesBACKGROUNDSocial Justice Competent CounselorGender SchemaExpectations for ProgressOverviewClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesOverviewShouldsCase ConceptualizationOverviewTheory IntegrationLimitationsMeet the ContributorsDiversity-Competent CounselorEVALUATIONDEFINITIONS AND DESCRIPTIONSEVALUATION: Adlerian TheoryStrategies That Build Rapport and Encourage Client DialogueBACKGROUNDAPPLICATIONSMAJOR CONSTRUCTSGenuineness and CongruenceCross-Cultural ConsiderationsClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesDefense MechanismsHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL• PERSPECTIVEMovement Toward ActualizationTHE CASE OF MARIA: A FAMILY THERAPY APPROACHMATOR CONSTRUCTSDifferentiation and ContactOverviewTHE CASE OF MARIA: A FEMINIST APPROACH: Family TheoryBrief Cognitive-Behavioral InterventionsTraditional Intervention StrategiesTHE CASE OF MARIA: A JUNGIAN APPROACHBrief Intervention StrategiesHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesEVALUATIONBRIEF APPROACHES: AN OVERVIEWMeet the EditorsIntegrated IntegrationClients With Serious Mental Health IssuesGoals of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Integrative Approaches: Expressive Arts, Narrative, and Symbolism: Existential TheoryPrecipitating and Activating Situations: Diversity and Social Justice Issues in Counseling and PsychotherapyA Brief History of Cognitive TherapyMAIOR CONSTRUCTS: Dialectical Behavior TheoryHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVENarrative ApproachesHUMAN NATURE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVEBrief Intervention StrategiesFEATURES OF THE TEXTOverviewCross-Cultural ConsiderationsToward a New Psychology of WomenEVALUATION Supporting Research
 
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