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|Tipo de Documento:||Livro|
|Todos os Autores / Contribuintes:||
L Sherilyn Cormier; Harold Hackney
|Descrição:||xvii, 221 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Conteúdos:||Preface xvii Chapter One: The Helping Profession What Is Helping? Settings in Which Counselors Work Counselor Qualities and Skills Training and Credentialing of Professional Counselors Chapter Two: The Helping Relationship The Importance of the Relationship to Clients Accurate Empathy Positive Regard Congruence Self-Disclosure Positive Feedback Statements : Encouragement and Strengths Perspective A Climate of Safety Chapter Three: Attending to Clients Communication of Attentiveness Facial Expressions Eye Contact Body Positions and Use of Space Verbal Behavior and Selective Attention Listening for Context Chapter Four: Recognizing Communication Patterns Ritualized Patterns of Communication Interactive Communication Patterns: Culture and Gender Silence Chapter Five:Managing the Counseling Session The First Interview Cultural Variables and the First Interview Structuring of Initial Moments Client Reactions to Initial Interviews Intake-Interview Content Using Intake-Interview Information Opening Subsequent Interviews Terminating the Interview Terminating the Counseling Relationship Chapter Six: Responding to Cognitive Content Recognizing Alternatives Responding to Alternatives Verbal Responses to Cognitive Content Differentiation and Selective Responding The Differentiation Process in Cross-Cultural Counseling Effects of Responding to Cognitive Content Chapter Seven: Responding to Affective Content The Importance of Responding to Affective Content Verbal and Nonverbal Cues Associated with Emotions Types of Affective Messages Affective Competence Verbal Responses to Affective Messages Effects of Responding to Affective Content Chapter Eight: Conceptualizing Issues and Setting Goals The Client's World The Role of the Counselor in Assessing Client Concerns Process and Outcome Goals Culturally Appropriate Counseling Goals Three Elements of Good Outcome Goals Translating Vague Concerns into Specific Goals Client Resistance to Goal Setting and the Stages of Change Model Client Participation in Goal Setting Chapter Nine: Using Integrative Counseling Strategies and Interventions Working with Client Feelings Working with Client Behaviors Working with Client Beliefs and Attitudes Working with client language, symbolic meaning, and stories Working with Client Interactional Patterns and Relationships Working with Client Cultural and Social Systems Chapter Ten: Common Challenges for Beginning Counselors by T. Anne Hawkins, Sherry Cormier, and Janine Bernard Common Concerns of Beginning Counselors Preparing for Ethical Challenges Preparing for Supervision Challenges Appendix A: Websites for Ethical Codes and Related Standards of Professional Organizations Appendix B: Counseling Strategies Checklist References Index|
|Responsabilidade:||Sherry Cormier, Harold Hackney.|