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...Counseling Counseling is many things but it does not tell you if you are crazy, it does not attend to only major problems while disregarding the small ones, it is not an activity for self-absorbed people and it is not a crutch for weak people. (The Counseling Center) Comfort the troubled, is basically helping people come over their distress and helping them achieve a calmness that they could not experience. We all are worried and troubled by things in our lives. To some people these things make a lot of difference but to others they may not even cause a small hindrance in their paths. Life has become so complex and difficult, many things...
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Counseling
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...Counseling Case Analysis in Counseling Submitted) Introduction Over the past decades, illness has been treated central to the physical symptoms presented by the patient. However, for the last several years, experts advocated that health care providers should treat the patient as a whole including the family. This is because the process of being sick includes other aspects of health which is not an individual event alone but also concerns the family and social relationship. When one member of the family is ill, it is normal for the other members to be likewise affected more so, when the illness entails long term care. Thus, becoming ill and recover from it is a challenge. Being sick... ?Case Analysis in...
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...COUNSELLING Technology has brought about enormous advancements in different fields, and counseling has not been left behind. Advancements in computer technology have enhanced education, training, and learning sectors of the counseling profession. Although the pros of technology by far surpass the cons, not everybody has embraced it, and its advancements to far greater heights have hit the obstacle due to a limited amount of literature on counseling. Heinlen, K. T. (2003). The scope of WebCounseling: A survey of services and compliance with NBC Standards for the Practice of WebCounseling. Journal of...
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...Counseling Personal congruence is what is achieved when a person is completely aligned with himself or herself – they are confident in their own reasons for their existence and purpose. When someone feels that they are personally congruent, then they have lost the doubt and are no longer unsure about whom they are and what they are supposed to do. Personal congruence involves coming to terms with oneself; the person does not have to bother with shunting aside the negative thoughts, as they are no longer there by this time. Cultural sensitivity involves knowing that every culture is different from one another, while also knowing that there are many similarities. Cultural...
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Counseling
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...Counseling Counseling Part Advocacy refers to an act of representing another party in making certain recommendations especially incounseling. The process also involves the defending of a person in a case of contention. However, a consultant does professional work bordering on evaluation and diagnosis of the situation of the subjects. After a careful evaluation of the situation at hand, a consultant provides ideal recommendations for the client. Advocacy enhances the provision of care provided to counseling clients. According to Moe, Perera-Diltz and Sepulveda (2010), skills of advocacy and consultancy play a major role in boosting the...
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Counseling
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...Counseling Introduction: Hi, everybody! I am your eating disorder counselor and we’ll be discussing today issues pertaining to obesity and anorexia. These two are the leading eating disorders affecting mostly women and girls although boys and men are also vulnerable. An eating disorder is characterized by ‘extremes – such as extreme reduction of food intake or extreme overeating or feelings of extreme distress or concern about body weight or shape’ (Bryant-Waugh 2002). Eating disorders are real medical illnesses but are treatable. The main types are ‘anorexia nervosa and binge-eating and usually develop during adolescence or early adulthood’ (Natl. Inst. Of Mental Health). This disorder... ?Topic:...
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Counseling
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...COUNSELING FOR THE DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES FRESHMAN A freshman who has just joined college needs a lot of advice. This is because; this is somebody new in the institution and knows very little regarding his own surrounding. His first feelings, attitudes and perceptions would have a very great impact on his future life in the college. Among the areas he needs advices are: 1) CAREER One assumption I have made is that the college in question comprises of many career options that the students choose from. Of course a freshman already has a career in mind which he intends to pursue. Unfortunately he most probably might have not done a lot of research regarding his line of study... ADVISING/CAREER...
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Community Counseling
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...Counseling Community counseling is the act of taking counseling outside other establish domains such as the educational setting and bringing it to the larger community. Community counseling is an outreach program that relies on prevention and early intervention as its primary tools. Through the work of Frank Parsons, better known as the father of guidance, the counseling profession has expanded from guiding career decisions for youth into the numerous social issues that face people in the modern world. This paper will present my ideas of community counseling as well as other ideas dealing with community counseling as a profession. Counseling Philosophy An important aspect of modern... Community...
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Group Counseling
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...counseling Group counseling Group counseling is a form of therapy that approaches personal growth using interpersonal interaction (Corey, 2012). Individuals with similar issues, problems, or experience interact with each other together with a professional therapist to identify their problems and how to deal with them. Group interactions are very effective because it provides an opportunity to build relationship among people and receive interpersonal feedback on how individuals experience one another. The main concept is for people with similar problems to meet and share their experience and know that they are not alone. Through these groups, individuals are able to gain specific skill... and...
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Premarital Counseling
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...Counseling al Affiliation In today’s society, marriage is an that is under threat; the divorce and separation cases are becoming increasingly rampant. Young men and women are giving up on marriage because of fears such as divorce. Family therapists are facing difficulties trying to make people understand that marriage is not as bad as it has been portrayed. Because of these difficulties, premarital counseling has been introduced. It is meant for young people, who are dating and considering marriage in the near future. They are taken through sessions dealing with issues that arise before and after marriage, such as insecurity in relationships. Many times, young couples opt for premarital... ? Premarital...
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Career Counseling
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...Counseling: An Article Review The objective of the essay is to proffer a critical review of an article on career counseling providing a short explanation of the topic including methodology and testing. Likewise, a description of the authors conclusions and a list of proposed areas for future research would be presented. Finally, one’s personal opinion as to the necessity and usefulness of the information would ultimately be discussed. Career Counseling: An Article Review An article published in the Academic Medicine (Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges) entitled “Need for More Career Counseling” written by Hesser, Mehaffey & Thompson (1995) proffered critical factors... Career...
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School Counseling
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...Counseling and id Due School Counseling Before going into the depth of understanding the importance of school counseling program with the focus on intervention and academic and behavioral treatment, let us get a better understanding of the concept of school counseling. Counseling means guidance or assistance that every student needs at school to show improved academic performances and behaviors. A school counseling program is aimed towards improving the academic achievement level, social and personal growth, and personality development of each student of the school. The program focuses on improving the skills, behaviors, and knowledge of the students that are needed to show excellence... in a...
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Counseling Theories
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...Counseling Theories Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy: The Individual as an Agent of Emotional, Psychological, and Behavioral Change Name Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Abstract Counselors can begin to adopt a counseling approach adapted to their individual characteristics by gaining comprehensive understanding of the foremost therapeutic theories and practice. Every therapeutic model has helpful features. It is unreasonable to believe that a particular theory or model is ‘correct’ or ‘incorrect,’ for every theory provides a distinctive idea of human behavior and has distinctive contributions to the profession... of...
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Multicultural Counseling
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...Counseling Q What general knowledge acquisition areas about African Americans do practitioners have to acquire and be aware of in order to counsel this particular population? Evidence from research suggests that ethnic groups including African Americans seldom make use of counseling services, as they consider counseling an ethnocentric activity that is founded in the values of white middle classes. Hence the first requisite in counseling Afro-Americans is to understand that they represent a different group with different values than the while class. Understanding their values is the core knowledge acquisition that is required in their counseling. There are common values to all... Multicultural...
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Psychology Counseling
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...Counseling BA degree One of the most attractive careers to an individual committed to the overall development and progress of his fellow beings has been Counseling Psychology, which is a psychological specialty encompassing important domains of human involvement such as supervision and training, career development and counseling, diversity and multiculturalism, and prevention and health. The professional practice of psychological counseling has great importance in the contemporary world as people are troubled by more and more psychological issues and the role of a professional in psychological counseling is unquestionable. As an individual who has deep concerns... Professional ment for Psychology...
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School counseling
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...Counsel from Johns Hopkins University would be a significant step towards achieving that goal. I have some significant personal attributes that allow me to relate with people of all kinds in our society. I have a natural ability to counsel others and I want to put it to use professionally in order to help students overcome challenges and learn from their mistakes. Since I began teaching in the schools, my desire to become a counselor in the school system has grown and I want to make it a reality. I know that many students face troubles in life... I have always had a passion to develop my inherent interpersonal skills and to gain knowledge so as to become a counselor. Completing the Master of School...
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Christian Counseling
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...COUNSELING of Table of Contents Part 1: Introduction3 Counseling Today..3 How The Church Handles Counseling4 Part 2: When Sickness Strikes..4 Anxiety from Sickness.5 Loneliness..6 Depression.6 Anger..7 The Later Years7 When Sickness Moves One to Feel Bitterness Against God7 Part 3: Eliminating Roadblocks to Counseling Through Effective Communication8 Part 4: Better Counselors, Better Pastors..13 Part 5: Conclusion 14 References: .15 ASSISTING PARISHIONERS COPE WITH SICKNESS THROUGH CHRISTIAN COUNSELING Part 1: Introduction God has primarily given each individual in the world a source of counseling that they actually... ASSISTING PARISHIONERS COPE WITH SICKNESS THROUGH CHRISTIAN...
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Counseling Strategy
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...Counseling strategy Table of content …………………………………………………………....3 Introduction………………………………………………………….4 Phase one…………………………………………………………......5 Goal: problem description Chief Aim: listen well Role: Build a rapport Phase two……………………………………………………………..8 Goal: goal description Chief Aim: Collaborate well Role: Build a rapport Assumption: counselee is not the problem Phase three……………………………………………………………10 Goal: Vision clarification Chief Aim: Execute well Role: build a rapport Assumption: Complex problem do not require complex solutions Phase four…………………………………………………………….. 11 Goal: consolidate and support change Chief Aim: connect well Assumption: counselee is always changing Conclusion... ...
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Multicultural Counseling
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...Counseling Today, the world is becoming a multiethnic, multiracial and a multilingual society and issue of stereotyping is inevitable. Therefore, there is a need for counseling to address issues of race, ethnicity and cultural differences that are facing our society. Multicultural counseling is a form of therapy that focuses both on racial and ethnic diversity of an individual. More so, this therapy covers an individual’s sexual orientation, ability or disability, social class, race, gender, and spirituality among others. Therefore, multicultural counseling refers to counseling individuals taking into account their cultural beliefs and the possible impacts on the patients’ treatment... ? Multicultural...
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Counseling clients
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...Counseling Counseling The of the organization to be used in this study is the Moore Haven correctional facility. The person interviewed that provided information is Richard Oppelt, who is the Assistant Warden of Operations at the institution. This institution is devoted to instilling correctional behavior to the adult offenders in the state of Florida. Moore Haven correctional facility aims at providing inmate programs to convicts such as correctional programs that aims in instilling good behavior among the law offenders. In the interview with Richard Oppelt, it was identified that the common tool used for correctional activity is the Prevention Assessment...
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Counseling Theory
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...counseling as they endeavor to realize their personal growth and uniqueness. Adlerian Psychology is based on the holistic and subject approaches. Alder’s philosophy of counseling is guided by the concept that human conduct is not solely predicated on hereditary and environmental factors. Adlerians therefore focus on subjective factors that steer individual behavior. These factors include “goals, beliefs, values, interests…” and the way the individual perceives reality (Day, 2008, p. 177). Adlerians believe that the holistic approach automatically follows, in that if a counselor can help individuals... ?Part Major Theorist Adlerian Psychology will also assist me in developing my integrative approach to...
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Counseling Theories
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...COUNSELING THEORIES Counseling theories The multimodal theory was founded by Arnold Lazarus who espoused technical eclecticism in holding that such techniques demonstrate efficiency in resolving specific problems. Lazarus was concerned about theoretical eclecticism in view of his belief that if different theories are blended with each other they could confuse matters. He contended that if theoretical consistency is maintained while keeping it technically eclectic, counselors can precisely define the kind of interventions and procedures that are to be used with varied clients (Lazarus, 1989). While counseling children and parents, different techniques can be used by referring to varied... ? Running head:...
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Genetic Counseling
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...counseling Genetic counseling involves professional advice to victims and potential victims of a genetically transmitted disorder, of the nature of the disease, a person’s risk factors, potential of transmitting it to other people and management initiatives. This paper seeks to adopt a genetic counselor’s role, to explain to a couple whose child is suffering from Tay-Sachs disease, though neither have they been tested for the disease nor have reported cases in their families, of the scope of the disease and possible implications to their future children. Tay-Sachs is hereditary problem and impairs a child’s brain and its directly associated organs. A victim child for example loses sight... Genetic...
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Counseling Assignment
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...counseling trainees. Sue Wheeler Journal and Reference: Conselling Psychology Quarterly, vol.13, No.1, 2000,pp. 65-83. Introduction: Therapist is a person who guides his clients through his or her troubled times and promotes well-being. Vicious self-defeating tendencies in the person are minimized and ebullient fountain of positive spirit is made to flow freely. A shift in focus on to his positive qualities initiates transformation in his outlook and translates into proper action. Given such a context, certain desirable qualities are necessary in the therapists who take... up the responsibility in transforming lives of others. Trainers of these would be therapists are on lookout for such...
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Counseling Psychology
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...Counseling psychology Insert Insert of Insert of supervisor Counseling psychology Psychoanalysis is based on the notion that individuals are not aware of issues that cause their emotions and behaviors. These unconscious factors that have the capability of causing unhappiness can be expressed in form of distinguishable symptoms that make it to difficult to relate with each other, general disposition and disturbance in one’s self esteem (Holmes,2001). Psychoanalytic therapy, which is highly individualized, tries to highlight how unconscious factors affect relationships, mental health and behavioral patterns. The validity and value of psychoanalysis as a method of treatment and theory has been... ?...
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GROUP COUNSELING
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...Counseling Introduction Counseling is simply a process that is learning-oriented occurring in a set of interactive relationship, having the objective of assisting a person know more about self and be able to put to use that kind of understanding into practice so as to become an effective societal member. The person helping needs to exercise some considerable care and have genuine concern towards the person experiencing the problem and be able to give him or her required facilitation for change and growth through the imparted self-knowledge (Winsome, 2010). Group counseling entails people who share some common problems or similar issues,...
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Counseling Process
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...counseling team in an ambulatory care setting, I used to counsel clients with varied dietary conditions. After conducting a number of counseling programs, one of my clients whom I was counseling for obesity disclosed to me that she is experiencing physical abuse from her spouse, a factor that has made her depressed. She promised that if I helped her solve her issue she will willingly offer my brother a job where she worked as a manger. I turned down her offer for a reward and instead stick to my professional obligation. However as an inexperience dietitian, I decided to have her continue with her nutrition... of affiliation: Case Study: As a newly employed registered dietitian (RD) working with a...
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Child Counseling
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...Counseling Child Counseling Introduction It is mandatory for a human being to go through various stages in life, whatever hardships the face at each stage. Each stage should be approached in a special manner because they are more challenging. This comes due to various challenges that people experience during the passage of each stage. One of the most common stages where people meet many challenges that may affect their life is the adolescent stage. Adolescent stage is the stage between 12 years to 18 years of age, especially in male children. In the presence of such challenges, it is advisable for these young children to seek for counselors, who are experts in helping people to overcome some...
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Cultural Diversity in Any Nation is Constantly Increasing
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...counseling a person from Jewish background. It immediately made me conscious of what was required of me as a counselor. It was a learning experience and I realized the areas where I need to hone up my skills as a multicultural counselor. I recently interviewed a Jew client who had approached me under the instructions of rabbi. There is a tendency amongst the Jews to first approach a rabbi in case of any mental or emotional problems. Rabbis seldom refer them to psychotherapists but when they do suggest meeting a counselor, the Jews... Cultural diversity in any nation is constantly increasing. Technological advancement has shrunk the world and has increased the possibility and capability of people...
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School Counseling
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...counseling Ethics A "The essence of a comprehensive school counseling program (is) to assure that each student has every possible opportunity to develop his or her potential" ("The essence of a comprehensive school counseling program (is) to assure that each student has every possible opportunity to develop his or her potential" (Schmidt, p. 107). And apart from this the concerns included ethical counseling are: bullying, divorce, child care, loneliness, relocation, stress, underachievers, child depression... Question and their answer List 3 critical roles generally associated with school counselors A: Identifiable Capable Available And accountable 2. Why is consultation important in terms of counsel...
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Counseling theories
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...Counseling Theories The problematic nature of the world we live in extends significant levels of stress and discomfort to particular individuals when confronted with certain situations. People engaged or met with stress require certain levels of support probably in form of consolation, advice or even physical support most of which entails financial support. Some levels of stress require in depth consultation of the distressed person with health psychologists. It is also worth accrediting that certain levels of stress results into deprivation of health of the individual victims. Certain stress and depression may be serious and even result to death of the individual victim....
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Career Counseling
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...Counseling al Affiliation Career Counseling Case Study1: Katie The first approach that can be used to tackle the case revolves around the social learning theory. According to Dawis (2001), the social learning theory says that people learn things by observing what the other people are doing. It explains that people learn their new behaviors, abilities as well as values through observing how other people are and how the people he or she associate with behave or act. It therefore requires attention to the person that is being observed and remembering the observed behavior or ability. This is then followed by replication of these behaviors after one is motivated to act the same way. Brown & Lent...
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Counseling Approaches
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...Counseling Approaches Psychodynamic counseling approach is concentrated on unconscious perception and feelings. This approach takes source from psychoanalysis of Freud and is focused on determining and improving of psychological function, which was not properly developed since the childhood. Such malfunction brings to discomfort and must be corrected by psychodynamic therapy. Using this approach counseling specialists discover the root of behavioral or psychological disorder, define it for the individual and offer special therapy. Frequently this approach also includes investigation and analysis of unconscious reaction of a person through interpersonal patterns. There are a lot of specific... ...
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Family Counseling
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...Counseling Family and Consumer Science Family Counseling I. Conflict within the Family Conflicts within the family and among the members can be considered as a normal challenge and experience. There are conflicts though that can be considered damaging or destructive to the overall family functioning. One of the main reasons for the conflict within the family is the leadership. During the early stage of the family, the parents are the leaders and the children are the followers. As the children grow older, they begin to develop their own personality which includes independence and responsibility specifically in the decision making process. One example of conflict is when the children already... ? Family...
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Career Counseling
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...Counseling Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Case 3 Case 2 4 Case 3 5 Bibliography 7 Case Social cognitive career theory is based on the three basic models of self efficacy, outcome expectations and personal goals of an individual. In the case of Randall, the social cognitive career theory can be applied for the reason that Randall has shown great courage after the accident and did not lose all hope. One of the basic factors in this theory is that of efficacy which means the power to create or an individual belief of success. It has been evident from the case that Randall has been a bright young boy in the past and has been good in academics as well as sports. It is also evident... ...
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COUNSELING THEORIES
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...counseling as a four-stage process. Which of the following is not one of the four stages? a. forming a relationship b. conducting... 1. Which of the following therapeutic approaches most places emphasis on an individual’s competencies, avoiding defining a client by a problem, establishing a collaborative relationship where the client is the senior partner, and focusing on a client’s strengths and resources? a. cognitive behavior therapy b. postmodern approaches c. reality therapy d. behavior therapy e. psychoanalytic therapy 2. In what theoretical orientation is the therapist’s job to confront clients with the restricted life they have chosen and to help them become aware of their own part in creating ...
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Group Counseling
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...Counseling” It is advantageous for people to gather and work in shape of groups. Individuals, after accomplishing their goals by working in groups, make their impression by creatively discussing the reasons for their success (McClure, 1990). People are not able to survive alone. The use of groups starts with the start of their career either as a student or businessman. With the purpose of being effective, group leaders must be conscious of the authority and strength of groups. They must plan further on and they must be alert to the phase of progress of the group. Equipped with this information they can make use of suitable skills to facilitate their groups grow completely (Gladding, 1994... “Group...
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Counseling process
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...Counseling and Psychotherapy, 7th ed. Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning Inc. Freeman, S. (2007) “A focused solution to therapy” Primary Heath Care, Vol. 17, No 7 (September 2007)... Approaches Postmodern Approaches to therapy are premised on the belief that have their own realities that are socially constructed. It affords much respect to clients as it considers the truth as they know it and not necessarily how the world accepts it. Therapists acknowledge that clients’ knowledge is time and culture bound, meaning what they know and do now may not necessarily be what their forefathers have known and done in their time, and what their counterparts in other cultures presently know and do. It ...
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Counseling Children
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...Counselling Children Childhood mistreatment is risk factor for various psychopathologies and various other deleterious outcomes and some forms of mistreatment are connected to increased incidences of depression, substance abuse and other risky behaviours. Moreover, child mistreatment is associated with aberrations in brain development as well as physical illnesses, which necessitate clear imperative for identifying, disseminating effective psychological treatments for such maltreated children in a timely manner. To carry out children counselling necessitates clear determination of the various forms of traumatic experiences such as children exposed to...
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School Counseling
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...Counseling: Bullying Prevention Unit: This paper focuses on creating a bullying prevention unit for of 8th grade. This unit will deliver the needs and address the concerns of 8th graders who quite commonly experience bullying in the schools. Bullying is a means of mental torture and devastates normal pattern of life for many kids leaving them vulnerable and ashamed. The reason for implementing this prevention unit is to ensure good psychosocial wellbeing of students which is essential to demonstrate satisfactory academic performance. The horrible shame experienced by victims of bullying rips them off of their self-esteems which is why this prevention unit needs to be...
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Ethics in Group Counseling
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...Counseling The purpose of this essay is to provide a summary/review of the article d ‘Group Counseling in the Schools: Legal, Ethical and Treatment Issues.” by Tony D. Crespi. The format that this paper will utilize is to first summarize the argument and then discuss how some of the information can be applied to group counseling theories. The article first highlights that, group counseling is both a viable and valuable tool in the treatment of mental health issues for minors. The paper specifically noted that a large number of children suffer from mental health issues and also receive no treatment. Ultimately the paper aimed to provide a kind of resource for practitioners interested... Ethics in Group...
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Group Counseling/Psycology
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...COUNSELING/PSYCHOLOGY Counselor Preparation: Using Personal Growth Groups in Multicultural Counseling s to Foster Ethnic Identity Development By P. Clay Rowell & James M. Benshoff SUMMARY The present study, on the topic of Multicultural Counseling Competence Program, serves as perhaps the first published study on the effectiveness of personal growth counseling groups (PGGs) in order to find out relationship between multicultural counseling courses and students’ ethnic identity development. One hundred and ninety nine Masters level students were selected as participants in this research. The main purpose for conducting this research was to discover how much the course effects on the skills... ?GROUP...
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Counseling in Schools
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...Counseling in Schools Counseling in Schools Counseling can be defined as the provision of services for pupils with emotional, behavioral and social difficulties, and special educational need. There was a rapid expansion of counseling in schools during the 1960s followed by a subsequent decline (Ajmal and Rees, 2001). This was a response to the Newsom report that recommended school counselors. Universities introduced special courses for practitioners, which accelerated this growth in the 1970s. However, lack of coordination, lack of monitoring, and failure of embedding counseling in the school culture led...
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Discipleship Counseling Paper
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...Counseling Discipleship counseling, which can also be referred to as Christian counseling is a very effective way of counseling if approached from the correct perspective and when the correct essentials are addressed. Three very important and essential approaches are needed if the counselor is to succeed in the counseling ministry. This is when the counselor will approach the problem at hand by establishing whether it is as a result of spiritual warfare, takes a wholistic approach in investigating it and deals sympathetically with the counselee. The absence of these three approaches in the counseling ministry will result in an ineffective ministry that will not adequately meet serve... ? Discipleship...
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Analysis of Counseling Theories
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...Counseling Theories Analysis of Counseling Theories Introduction Theories refer to creations of philosophersand academicians to provide anecdote as to the proper and viable procedure towards averring particular mystery or hidden information. Theories provide platform and basis from where an investigator or a researcher can begin thinking and analyzing situation to understand it significantly if not wholly. Counseling theories are strategies and techniques created and proposed by psychologists, philosophers and psychiatrists to help in shaping of a counseling process. There are many counseling theories that, however, apply and prove effective in different situations. Even though some might... Analysis of...
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Student Counseling Service
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...Counseling Service, John Howard of Commerce and Industrial Relations Print here: The survey on student counseling service has been critically examined with regard to its purpose, content, questionnaire, responses and their amenability to an objective analysis. Each item of the survey has been reviewed, and refinements suggested for improvement. 1. Aims: a. The aims of the survey are verbose. The statement: "students who have used the service in any capacity", is not clear. Nowhere in the questionnaire has the services sought in different capacities been captured. This aim therefore, cannot be achieved b. Reforms and changes to be suggested to the Student... Critical Analysis on Survey Design:...
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Substance abuse counseling
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...counseling constitutes a profession that is in constant demand in almost every human society that exists today. The job of a substance abuse counselor remains relevant and essential as the number of persons who become addicted to drugs and alcohol increase at an alarming rate. From as early as 1994 the American Psychiatric Association reported that substance abuse was the most prevalent mental order. Just like other professions in the field of mental health, however, it is a profession that requires a certain level of personal commitment and academic achievement. The Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 edition stated that ‘persons interested in counseling should have a strong... Substance abuse...
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Theories of counseling
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...Counseling This paper integrates the learned theories about counseling with the role of personal values in shaping the course of counseling practice, thereby, indicating that personal inclinations and values are important determinants of counseling practice. The practice of psychoanalytical and psychodynamic theories of counseling is also discussed with an examination of the implementation of counseling techniques such as P-technique analysis, transference analysis and action-oriented techniques in the treatment of clients. Furthermore the paper also considers the characteristics of helping relationships, key elements of initial counseling sessions and the development of counseling... ? My Thoughts on...
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Multicultural Approaches to Counseling
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...Counseling Explain whether or not you agree with this information (from your experience) and explain why. Counseling is one of the most essential processes which needs to be done in an environment that suits to the client and it is obvious the role of the counselor changes according to the cultural background and the demands of the situation. The article "Counseling African American Men (a summary)" has a pertinent value in this background in order to address the issues of counseling in the background of the African American culture and history. The information presented through the article has important meaning in an analysis of the counseling needs of the African... Multicultural Approaches to...
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