Cybercounseling and Cyberlearning : Strategies and Resources for the Millennium

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Twenty-seven contributions exploring issues involved in on-line counseling are presented by Bloom (education, Butler U.) and Walz (director, Educational Resources Information Center's Counseling and Student Services Clearinghouse (ERIC/CASS), U. of North Carolina). Among the topics: experiences of utilizing audio, visual, and written methods of on-line interaction; and the use of virtual libraries. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556201806
  • Publisher: American Counseling Association
  • Publication date: 3/1/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 473

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xix
About the Editors xxi
About the Authors xxiii
Introduction xxxiii
Cybersampler xxxvii
Part I Benefits and Challenges of Technology in the Millennium
Chapter 1 Historical Context: The Relationship of Computer Technologies and Counseling 3
Chapter 2 Managing Technology Wisely: A New Counselor Competency 17
Chapter 3 Expanding Professions Globally: The United States as a Marketplace for Global Credentialing and Cyberapplications 29
Chapter 4 The Internet: Blessing or Bane for the Counseling Profession? 39
Chapter 5 The Odyssey of a Technologically Challenged Counselor Educator Into Cyberspace 51
Part II Infusing New Technology Into Counseling, Education, and Human Services
Chapter 6 Using Cyberspace to Enhance Counselors' Cultural Transcendence 67
Chapter 7 Cybercounseling and Empowerment: Bridging the Digital Divide 85
Chapter 8 Coping With Loss and Grief Through On-Line Support Groups 95
Chapter 9 Interactive Career Counseling in Middle and Secondary Schools: Integrating the Use of the Internet Into School Career Development Programs 115
Chapter 10 Using the Web for Distance Learning 129
Chapter 11 Electronic Delivery of Career Development University Courses 143
Chapter 12 The International Career Development Library: The Use of Virtual Libraries to Promote Counselor Learning 161
Chapter 13 Electronic Portfolios in Counselor Education 171
Chapter 14 Professional Publication in Cyberspace: Guidelines and Resources for Counselors Entering a New Paradigm 185
Part III Outcomes, Achievements, and Quandaries of Cybercounseling
Chapter 15 The Subjective Experiences of Therapists in Face-to-Face, Video, and Audio Sessions 203
Chapter 16 Skills for On-Line Counseling: Maximum Impact at Minimum Bandwidth 219
Chapter 17 Technology-Delivered Assessment: Power, Problems, and Promise 237
Part IV Applications of Technology in Counselor Preparation, Professional Development, and Distance Learning
Chapter 18 Getting Counselor Expertise Into a Computer: A Cyberassistant for Students of Brief Counseling 255
Chapter 19 Cyberspace Education and Lifelong Learning for Professionals: Dangerous Opportunities 275
Chapter 20 Technology and the Continuing Education of Professional Counselors 291
Chapter 21 On-Line Instruction in Counselor Education: Possibilities, Implications, and Guidelines 303
Part V Ethical and Professional Challenges in Cybercounseling
Chapter 22 Cybercounseling and Regulations: Quagmire or Quest? 321
Chapter 23 Cybercounselors v. Cyberpolice 339
Chapter 24 Understanding the Implications of Distance Learning for accreditation and Licensure of Counselor Preparation Programs 361
Chapter 25 Cyberpaths to Ethical Competence 379
Part VI Envisaging the Future of Cybercounseling
Chapter 26 Summing Up 405
Part VII Web Site Resources
Chapter 27 Introducing the Cybercounseling and Cyberlearning Web Site 417
Appendixes
Appendix 1 Ethical Standards for Internet On-Line Counseling of the American Counseling Association 423
Appendix 2 Technical Competencies for Counselor Education Students: Recommended Guidelines for Program Development 429
Appendix 3 Technology Standards for School Counselors 431
Appendix 4 Technology Competencies Matrix 433
Appendix 5 Standards for the Ethical Practice of Web Counseling of the National Board for Certified Counselors 441
Appendix 6 National Career Development Association Guidelines for the Use of the Internet for Provision of Career Information and Planning Services 445
Index 453
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