Counseling: Theory and Process

Counseling: Theory and Process

by James C. Hansen, Richard W. Warner, Richard R. Stevic
     
 
Major theories of counseling are presented in historical context reflecting the developments in psychodynamic theory, existential and humanist ideas and the evolution of cognitive/behavioral ideas. Following the coverage of theory, the authors apply the theories to practice, providing an integrated examination of the process. Any course focusing on theory and/or the

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Major theories of counseling are presented in historical context reflecting the developments in psychodynamic theory, existential and humanist ideas and the evolution of cognitive/behavioral ideas. Following the coverage of theory, the authors apply the theories to practice, providing an integrated examination of the process. Any course focusing on theory and/or the process and procedures of counseling.

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This fifth edition introductory text explores the theory and process of counseling, from classical psychoanalysis to cognitive-behavioral counseling. The authors stress throughout the importance of counselors developing a personal approach to their work and encourage would-be counselors to develop a "personal theory of counseling" statement. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780205087495
Publisher:
Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Publication date:
01/01/1986
Pages:
578

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