Full of experiential exercises, ethical and legal vignettes, self-assessment/development scales, and helpful appendices, this workbook enhances student understanding of the standards found in Neukrug's The World of the Counselor: An Introduction to the Counseling Profession. While ideal for use with Neukrug's book, this workbook can also be used alone or with other introductory textbooks. Because the workbook reflects the eight core-curriculum areas as outlined by CACREP (The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs), it complements any text that offers a skills or theories approach for the introductory course.
1. Who Is the Counselor? What is Counseling? 2. History and Trends toward the Future. 3. Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues. 4. Individual Approaches to Counseling. 5. Counseling Skills. 6. Family Systems and Family Counseling. 7. Groups. 8. Consultation and Supervision. 9. Human Development: Normal and Abnormal. 10. Career Development. 11. Research and Evaluation. 12. Testing and Assessment. 13. Multicultural Counseling. 14. Specialty Areas In Counseling. 15. Going to Graduate School, Getting A Job. APPENDICES: A: Consultation at a Mental Health Center. B: The Career Rating Scale. C: Numbers and Percentages of People in the World. D: Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association.