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Diagnosis and treatment planning are essential tools for counselors of the 21st century and have become integrated into all counseling roles and efforts. The third edition of this book takes a broad perspective of diagnosis and treatment planning and provides up-to-date information to help counselors and other mental health professionals develop skills to advance their own professional development and effectively help their clients. Chapters from the previous editions have been completely revised to reflect the latest developments in counseling including new roles and opportunities for counselors, information from the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), up-to-date information on treatment interventions and effectiveness, new and revised inventories for both school and mental health counselors, and predictions for the future of the field. The chapter on group counseling has been expanded and two new chapters have been added to the book, one on Counseling for Career and Organizational Development and one on Ethical and Professional Development for Counselors. Highlights of Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Third Edition include: Information on the evolution of the counseling profession including its history, new roles and employment opportunities for counselors, changing client groups, professional associations and credentials for counselors, and the impact of managed care on the profession; A thorough review of the DSM, including strategies for making a multiaxial assessment; Important assessment tools, including intake interviews, mental status examinations, and the selection, administration, and interpretation of both qualitative and quantitative inventories; A comprehensive, clear, and structured approach to treatment planning, the DO A CLIENT MAP; Treatment approaches and strategies for individual, family, group, career, and organizational counseling; Models and examples of counsel
|Edition description:||3rd ed. 2004|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.24(d)|
Table of Contents
The Evolving Role of the Counselor.- Opportunities for the Mental Health Counselor.-Diagnostic Systems and Their Use.- The Use of Assessment in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning.- Intake Interviews and Their Role in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning.- The Nature and Importance of Treatment Planning.- Theories and Strategies of Individual Counseling.- Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Families.- Assessment and Treatment Planning for Groups.- Counseling For Career and Organizational Development.-Documentation, Report Writing, and Record Keeping in Counseling.- Ethical and Professional Development for Counselors.- Future Trends and Predictions in Counseling.-Appendix.