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This text presents the counseling student and beginning counselor with the necessary skills, interventions, and strategies for conceptualizing theoretically, planning therapy for change, and developing a means for self-assessment.Presents essential skills for beginning counselors the stages of counseling, specific goals and interventions for each stage, and including chapters on affective, behavioral, cognitive and systemic interventions, and termination.Pre-service counselors
Harold Hackney is professor and doctoral program coordinator in the Counseling and Human Services Department of Syracuse University's School of Education.
Table of Contents
The Language of Counseling
Stages and Skills of Counseling
Building a Working Relationship
Assessing Client Problems
Developing Counseling Goals
Defining Strategies and Selecting Interventions
Termination and Follow-Up
Integrative Practice Exercises
Forms and Guides for Use in Counseling Practice
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