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The Oxford handbook of prevention in counseling psychology

Author: Elizabeth M Vera
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, cop. 2013.
Series: Oxford library of psychology
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The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology presents a lifespan approach to prevention that emphasizes strengths of individuals and communities, integrates multicultural and social  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: Oxford handbook of prevention in counseling psychology
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth M Vera
ISBN: 0195396421 9780195396423
OCLC Number: 828663096
Description: xvii, 542 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part One: Fundamentals of Prevention ; 1. Prevention and Counseling Psychology: A Simple yet Difficult Commitment ; Elizabeth M. Vera and Megan K. Polanin ; 2. A History of Prevention in Counseling Psychology ; Robert K. Conyne ; 3. Prevention in the 21st Century ; John L. Romano ; 4. Best Practice Guidelines on Prevention: Improving the Well-Being of Individuals, Families, and Communities ; Sally M. Hage, Jonathan Schwartz, and Michelle Murray ; 5. Ethical Principles for the Practice of Prevention ; Jonathan P. Schwartz, Sally M. Hage, and Dianna M. Gonzalez ; 6. Teaching Prevention: Preparing the Next Generation of Psychologists ; Connie R. Matthews ; 7. Design and Evaluation of Prevention Programs ; Marsha Davis, Pamela Orpinas, and Arthur M. Horne ; 8. Advocacy and Prevention: Dismantling Systems of Oppression ; Alex L. Pieterse, Alexa E. Hanus, and Michael M. Gale ; 9. Prevention in Pursuit of Social Justice ; Maureen E. Kenny and Mary Beth Medvide ; 10. Critical Psychology, Prevention, and Social Justice ; Isaac Prilleltensky and Geoffrey Nelson ; Part Two: Best Practices in the Prevention of Behavioral, Emotional, and Health Problems ; 11. Understanding and Preventing Adolescent Bullying, Sexual Violence, and Dating Violence ; Dorothy L. Espelage and Sabina Low ; 12. Keeping the Dragons at Bay: Research-based Approaches to the Prevention of Substance Abuse ; Paul E. Priester and Janice E. Jones ; 13. Suicide Prevention in Counseling Psychology: Where We Have Been, Where We Need to Go ; James R. Rogers and Kathleen M. Benson ; 14. Dropout Prevention: A (Re)Conceptualization Through the Lens of Social Justice ; Richard Q. Shin and Mone't A. Kendall ; 15. Integrative Approaches to the Prevention of Eating Disorders and Obesity in Youth: Progress, Pitfalls, and Possibilities ; Suzanne E. Mazzeo, Rachel W. Gow, and Cynthia M. Bulik ; 16. Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence ; M. Meghan Davidson, Jonathan Schwartz, and Michael Waldo ; 17. Prevention of Conduct Disorder: Do We Have Reason to be Hopeful? ; Brian P. Daly, Cindy Buchanan, Kimberly Dasch, Dawn Eichen, and Clare Lenhart ; 18. Towards the Prevention of Risky Sexual Behavior among Latina Youth ; Lisa M. Edwards and Lucia J. Stubbs ; 19. Ameliorating Cancer Disparities in Medically Underserved Women: A Community-Based Approach ; Lydia P. Buki, Yadira Montoya, and Deborah E. Linares ; Part Three: Promoting Wellness and Adaptation ; 20. Promoting Healthy Aging in Counseling Psychology ; Robert D. Hill and Michael Duffy ; 21. Promoting College Retention in First Generation College Students ; Mindi N. Thompson and Julia C. Phillips ; 22. Promoting Resilience in Immigrants: Understanding Latino/a Adaptation and Strengths ; Melissa L. Morgan, Nelly Gonzalez, and Susana Ayala Lopez ; 23. Promoting Positive Identity of African American Girls ; Anita Jones Thomas, Suzette L. Speight, Laura D. Turner-Essel, and Rabiatu Barrie ; 24. Career Development as Prevention: Toward a Social Cognitive Model of Vocational Hope ; Steven D. Brown, Kristen Lamp, Kyle J. Telander, and Jason Hacker ; 25. A Life Skills, Community-Based Approach for Helping Returning Service Members and Their Families ; Steven J. Danish ; 26. Promoting Well-Being and Mental Health in Refugees ; Larisa Buhin Loncar ; 27. !Si Podemos! (Yes We Can!): Promoting Academic Success in Mexican American Girls ; Lisa Y. Flores and Patton O. Garriott ; 28. Promoting Mental Health in Asian Immigrants ; Pei-Wen Winnie Ma, Munyi Shea, and Christine J. Yeh ; 29. Dismantling the Bird Cage: How Counseling Psychologists Can Prevent Heterosexism ; Melinda Haley, Eve Adams, Ginger Dickson, Tracie Hitter, and Laura Luna ; 30. Preventing Racial Injuries, Promoting Racial Justice ; Helen A. Neville and Lisa B. Spanierman ; 31. Cents and Sensibilities: Promoting Mental Health with Sport and Exercise ; William D. Parham ; Part Four: Conclusion and Future Directions ; 32. Prevention in Counseling Psychology: We Have Seen the Future, and the Future is Us ; Elizabeth M. Vera and Megan K. Polanin
Series Title: Oxford library of psychology
Other Titles: Prevention in counseling psychology
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth M. Vera.


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