Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective / Edition 3

Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective / Edition 3

by Allen E. Ivey, Lynn Simek-Morgan, Mary B. Ivey
     
 

ISBN-10: 0205142265

ISBN-13: 9780205142262

Pub. Date: 10/28/1992

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.

Covers the major theories in detail and takes theory directly to practice. This is the most detailed and specific of all counseling books in terms of helping readers actually practice counseling and therapy. The book has a strong multicultural orientation and illustrates how traditional theory can be adapted with many different populations. Professional counselors

Overview

Covers the major theories in detail and takes theory directly to practice. This is the most detailed and specific of all counseling books in terms of helping readers actually practice counseling and therapy. The book has a strong multicultural orientation and illustrates how traditional theory can be adapted with many different populations. Professional counselors and counselors in training.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780205142262
Publisher:
Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Publication date:
10/28/1992
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
388
Product dimensions:
7.09(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Each chapter begins with "Chapter Goals."

Preface.

1. The Culturally-Intentional Counselor and Therapist: Introduction and Overview.
Relativity: Our Stories About Reality Depend on Our Perspectives.
Spirituality and Religion.
The Community Genogram: A Practice Strategy.
Cultural Intentionality.
The Scientist-Practitioner.
Ethics and the Counseling and Psychotherapy Process.

I. FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES AND SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE COUNSELING AND THERAPY.

2. The Empathic Attitude: Individual, Family, and Culture.
Individual, Family, and Cultural Empathy.
The Language of Multicultural Identity.
The Multicultural Cube.
Empathy, the Family, and Multicultural Issues.
The Family Genogram or Chart.
Toward Multicultural Empathy and Competence.
Using Individual, Family, and Multicultural Empathy in the Interview.

3. Conducting an Intentional Interview: Theory, Skills, Decisions, and Solutions.
The Microskills and Decisional Counseling Worldview.
Multicultural Issues, Microskills, and Decisional Counseling.
The Microskills Approach: Pragmatics of Constructivism.
Attending Skills.
Different Skill Patterns for Different Theories.
Decisional Counseling: Pragmatism in Action.
Microskills and Brief Solution-Oriented Counseling and Therapy.
Limitations and Practical Implications of the Decisional and Microskills Approach.

4. Developmental Counseling and Therapy: Individual and Family Therapy.
A Figure to Figure: What is Your Perspective?
The DCT Post-Modern Worldview.
Central DCT Constructs of Integrating Skills and Theory.
DCT in Applied Practice.
Developing an Integrated Assessment and Treatment Plan.
Systemic Cognitive-Developmental Therapy and Family Systems.
Using SCDT in Applied Practice.
Developing a Generalized Plan for Treatment.
Limitations and Practical Implications of an Integrative Approach to Psychotherapy.

II. MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING AND THERAPY.

5. Multicultural Counseling and Therapy I: Metatheory—Taking Theory into Practice.
Approaches to Multicultural Counseling and Therapy.
MCT as Metatheory.
The Multiple Contexts and Experiences of MCT.
Cultural Identity Development Theory.
Advantages and Limitations of MCT.

6. Multicultural Counseling and Therapy II: Integrative Practice.
Constructing Culturally Appropriate Techniques and Strategies.
Feminist Therapy.
Applying MCT with Culturally Different Clients.
MCT Practice and Multiple Helping Roles.
Family Therapy and Multicultural Issues.
Traditional Healing.
The Liberation of Consciousness.
Adapting Existing Theories, Skills, and Strategies to the MCT Counseling Session.
Limitations and Practical Implications of MCT.

III. HISTORICAL THEORIES OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: THE FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD FORCES.

7. Psychodynamic Counseling and Therapy: Conception and Theory.
The Psychodynamic Frame of Reference.
Multicultural Issues and the Psychodynamic Tradition.
Central Constructs of Psychodynamic Theory.
Object Relations Theory.
The Family Unconscious and Multicultural Psychodynamic Theory.
Using Psychodynamic Theory for Case Conceptualization.
Using Psychodynamic Theory for Treatment of Personality Style/Disorder.
Limitations and Practical Implications of Psychodynamic Approaches.

8. Psychodynamic Counseling and Therapy: Applications for Practice.
Free Association: The Central Strategy.
Dream Analysis.
Using Regression Techniques to Reexperience Past Trauma.
Analysis of Resistance.
Analysis of Transference and Countertransference.
Projective Identification.
Treating the Family/Multicultural Unconscious.
Limitations and Practical Implications of Psychodynamic Methods.

9. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Counseling I: Behavioral Foundations.
The Cognitive-Behavioral Frame of Reference.
The Multicultural Approach and Cognitive-Behavioral Issues.
Meichenbaum's Construction of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Applied Behavioral Analysis: Foundation of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Techniques.
Limitations and Practical Implications of Practicing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.

10. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Counseling II: Cognitive and Integrative Approaches.
The Cognitive Worldview and Its Relation to Cognitive-Behavioral Tradition.
Multicultural Issues in Cognitive Therapy.
Albert Ellis and Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy.
Aaron Beck and Cognitive Therapy.
William Glasser and Reality Therapy.
Arnold Lazarus and the Multimodal Approach.
Limitations and Practical Implications of Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling and Therapy.

11. The Existential-Humanistic Tradition I: Existential-Humanistic Theory and Person-Centered Theory and Practice.
The Existential-Humanistic Frame of Reference.
The Rogerian Revolution.
Case Examples from Three Periods of Rogers' Work.
Clemment Vontress: Searching for Life's across Cultures.
Limitations and Practical Implications of the Existential-Humanistic Tradition.

12. The Existential-Humanistic Tradition II: Logotherapy and Experiential Gestalt Therapy.
Implementing the Existential-Humanistic Tradition.
Viktor Frankl and Logotherapy.
Fritz Perls and Gestalt Therapy.
Limitations and Practical Implications of the Existential-Humanistic Tradition.

13. Toward Integrated Counseling and Psychotherapy.
Becoming a Samurai.
The Search for the "Best" Theory.
A Summary of the Four Major Theoretical Forces of Counseling and Therapy.
Integrating Multiple Approaches with a Client or Family.
Constructing Your Own View or Theory of Counseling and Therapy.

Index.

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