Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective / Edition 7 available in Hardcover
Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy provides future mental health practitioners with a solid foundation in the theoretical concepts of the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy, enabling them to take these theories directly into clinical practice and to assist them in examining present-day counseling and therapy from a practical culture-centered perspective while simultaneously respecting traditional individual approaches to the field. The book is unique among other texts in that it fully integrates neuroscience and a multicultural approach, which is demonstrated throughout every chapter and reflects the need for mental health practitioners to have a heightened level of cultural competence and understanding of neuroscience in the future.
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About the Author
Allen E. Ivey received his counseling doctorate from Harvard University and is distinguished Emeritus Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Courtesy Professor, Counselor Education, University of South Florida, Tampa. He is past-President and Fellow of the Society for Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association, APA’s Society for the Study of Ethnic and Minority Psychology, the Asian-American Psychological Association, and the American Counseling Association. He has received many awards throughout his career and has authored over 40 books and 200 articles and chapters. His works have been translated into 23 languages. His recent work has focused on applying Developmental Counseling and Therapy and neuroscience to the analysis and treatment of severe psychological distress.
Michael D’Andrea received his doctorate in human development counseling from Vanderbilt in 1982. He is currently a faulty member with Seton Hall University as well as St. Mary’s University (San Antonio, Texas). In addition to his work as a Professor, he serves as the Executive Director of the National Institute for Cultural Competence. He has authored or coauthored more than 200 articles, book chapters, books, and other scholarly work ranging from human development to multicultural counseling. Besides his contributions as a writer, researcher, and professor, Dr. D’Andrea is well known for his political and social activism in the fields of counseling and psychology.
Mary Bradford Ivey received her doctorate from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is courtesy Professor of Counselor Education at the University of South Florida, Tampa and a Fellow of the American Counseling Association. She is a former school counselor in the Amherst schools and her program was named one of the top ten in the nation. She has co-authored 15 books, several articles, and has developed many video training demonstrations. She has served as visiting professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, University of Hawaii, Manoa, and Flinders University in South Australia.
Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgmentsPart I. An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories and Practices1. Past Influences, Present Trends, and Future Challenges in Counseling and Psychotherapy Chapter Goals Vignette #1 Introduction An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy The Individual Perceptions and Meaning Making Quadrant The Behavioral/Physical/Neurological Quadrant The Societal/Professional Quadrant The Scientist-Practitioner The Cultural Community Quadrant The Interfacing of the Integral Quadrants Linking Theory to Practice Summary2. Neuroscience Chapter Goals Vignette #2 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Neuroscience: The Missing Link in Counseling Acknowledging the Resistance to Neuroscience What Are Neurotransmitters? Helping Strategies That Promote Healthy Neurotransmitters Understanding the Complexity of Linking People's Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors to Various Parts of the Brain Using Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories to Promote Positive Brain Changes Neuroscience Research Findings and Psychodynamic Therapy Theories Neuroscience Research Findings and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Theories Cultural Neuroscience Trauma and Other Threats to One's Well-Being: Multicultural and Neurological Considerations Summary3. The Multidimensional Nature of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #3 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Multicultural and Feminist Counseling Movements RESPECTFUL Counseling and Therapy Professional Ethics and Multicultural Competence The Community Counseling Theory (CCT): A Multifaceted Approach to Counseling and Development Summary4. Using Narrative and Microskills in Counseling and Therapy: Foundations of the Intentional Interview Chapter Goals Vignette #4 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Five-Stage Interview: A Viable Model for All Theories Theories of Counseling and Therapy as Stories and Narratives Microskills: An Integrative Foundation for Counseling and Therapy Influencing Skills and Strategies Focusing: Internal and External Attribution Limitations and Practical Implications of the Microskills Framework Narrative Therapy: Storytelling in the Process of Counseling and Psychotherapy Narrative Therapy, Microskills, and Other Theoretical Models SummaryPart II. Introduction to the First, Second, and Third Forces in Counseling and Psychotherapy5. The Psychodynamic Tradition: Theoretical Constructs and Practical Applications Chapter Goals Vignette #5 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Indroduction Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalytic Counseling and Therapy: An Overview Freud's Psychoanalytic Worldview Freud's Stages of Development: The Roots of Behavior, Emotion, and Thought Other Key Freudian/Psychoanalytic Concepts Attachment Theory Adult Resistant and Avoidant Defense Mechanisms Recent Neuroscience Research on Attachment Theory Psychodynamic Counseling and Therapy Strategies: Applications for Practice Practical Implications and Limitations of Psychodynamic Methods Summary Professional Development Extension6. Adlerian and Jungian Counseling and Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #6 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Alfred Adler and Individual Psychology Adler's Theory of Individual Psychology The Adlerian Worldview The Teleological Nature of Humankind Social Interest, Personal Competence, Superiority, and Belongingness Other Key Adlerian Concepts Adlerian Counseling and Therapy Startegies: Applications for Practice Practical Implications and Limitations of Jung's Theory Carl Jung and Analystical Psychology The Jungian Worldview The Personal Unconscious Expanding Jungian Concepts Through Multicultural Psychodynamic Theory The Family Unconscious The Family and the Collective Cultural Unconscious Therapeutic Implications Jungian Counseling and Therapy Strategies: Applications for Practice Practical Implications and Limitations of Jung's Theory New Directions in Psychodynamic Counseling and Therapy: Interpersonal Therapy Summary7. Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling and Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #7 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Indroduction The Evolution of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: An Overview of Behaviorism Classical Conditioning Theory: Pavlov and Watson Operant Conditioning Theory: B. F. Skinner Social Learning Theory: Albert Bandura Behavioral Counseling and Therapy Strategies: Applications for Practice Functional Analysis: The A-B-C's of Behavior Pinpointing Behavior The Cognitive Revolution Meichenbaum's Theory of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Aaron Beck, Cognitive Therapy, and Automatic Thoughts Neuroscientific Support for Beck's Theory Multicultural and Feminist Approaches to CBT CBT Strategies: Applications for Practice New Directions in CBT: Mindfulness Counseling and Therapy Practical Implications and Limitations of CBT Summary8. Rational-Emotive Behavioral Therapy and Reality Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #8 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Cognition and the Cognitive-Behavioral Force Albert Ellis and Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy Central Theoretical Constructs and Techniques of REBT Integration of Theory and Action REBT and Multicultural Factors Linking Neuroscience With REBCT Limitations and Practical Implications of Ellis's Theory William Glasser and Reality Therapy Central Theoretical Constructs of Reality Therapy Glasser's Theory in Action Glasser's Criticisms of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Reality Therapy and Multicultural Counseling Innovative Technological Developments: New Directions for CBT and Reality Therapy Limitations and Practical Implications of Glasser's Theory Summary9. The Existential- Humanistic Tradition Chapter Goals Vignette #9 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Existential-Humanistic Worldview The Rogerian Revolution: Carl Rogers's Theoretical Worldview Expanding Self-Actualization Theory The Influence of Rogers Spirituality, Multiculturalism, and Existential-Humanistic Counseling New Directions in Client-Centered Counseling and Therapy: Motivational Interviewing Limitations and Practical Implications of the Existential-Humanistic Tradition Summary10. Logotherapy and Gestalt Counseling Chapter Goals Vignette #10 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Viktor Frankl and Logotherapy: An Overview Central Theoretical Constructs of Logotherapy Logotherapy Strategies: Applications for Practice Logotherapy, Spirituality, and Medicine Multicultural Implications of Logotherapy: Promoting Psychological Liberation Fritz Perls and Gestalt Therapy Central Theoretical Constructs and Techniques Gestalt Techniques Individualism and Other Cultural/Contextual Considerations Critiquing Perls's Work from Multicultural and Feminist Perspectives Limitations and Practical Implications of the Existential-Humanistic Tradition SummaryPart III. Exploring New Forces in the Evolution of Counseling and Psychotherapy11. Feminist Counseling and Therapy (FCT) Chapter Goals Vignette #11 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Feminist Counseling and Therapy Movement: An Overview Developing a New Psychology of Women The FCT Worldview Self in Relation: The Importance of Relational Considerations Dealing With Sexism in Counseling and Therapy Feminist Identity Development Theory Working Intentionally With Women in Counseling and Therapy Intentionally Focusing on Women's Strengths Feminist and Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Relational-Cultural Theory Summary12. Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #12 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Multicultural Counseling and Therapy as Metatheory Building a More Expansive View of Counseling and Therapy Being Mindful of Multiple Identities, Contexts, and Experiences Introspective Developmental Counseling Cultural/Racial Identity Development Theory Implications of Practitioners' White Cultural/Racial Identity Development Co-Constructing Culturally Appropriate Techniques and Strategies in MCT Applying MCT With Culturally Different Clients General Guidelines for Working With Persons in Specific Groups MCT Practice and Multiple Helping Roles Network Therapy The Liberation of Consciousness Paulo Freire's Theory of Psychological Liberation Quinones-Rosado's Consciousness-in-Action Theory Using the Consciousness-in-Action Model in Individual Counseling Limitations and Practical Implications of MCT Summary13. Positive Psychology/Wellness Counseling and Brief/Solution-Focused Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #13 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Wellness Counseling Model The Essential Self The Coping Self The Social Self The Creative Self The Physical Self Implementing a Personal/Contextual Approach to Wellness Counseling Brief/Solution-Focused Therapy and Wellness Counseling Limitations and Practical Implications of Brief/Solution-Focused Therapy and Positive Psychology/Wellness Counseling Summary14. Developmental Counseling and Therapy: Integrative Theory and Practice Chapter Goals Vignette #14 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Integrative Worldview of Developmental Counseling and Therapy Comparing Ivey's DCT Model and Lane's levels of Awareness Theory Piagetian Cognitive Stages Related to Client Assessment DCT Styles and Cultural Identity Development Theory Lane's Research on Emotions DCT's Approach to Treatment Planning The Unique Narrative Strategies of DCT Toward the Future: DCT, Neuroscience, Wellness, Health Psychology, Multiculturalism, and Prevention Limitations and Practical Implications of the DCT Integrative Approach Summary15. Basic Foundations of Family Counseling and Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Translations to Practice Chapter Goals Vignette #15 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction Origins of a Family Perspective in Counseling and Psychotherapy The Systemic Worldview Central Constructs of Family Counseling and Therapy Multicultural Issues in Family Counseling and Therapy Major Family Counseling and Therapy Theories Bowen Family Therapy: An Illustrative First-Force Perspective Structural Family Therapy: An Illustrative Second-Force Perspective Symbolic/Experiential Family Therapy: Illustrative Third-Force Perspective Systemic Cognitive-Developmental Therapy: Illustrative Fourth-Force Perspective Limitations of Family Counseling and Therapy Summary16. Identifying Your Own Integrated Approach to Counseling and Therapy Chapter Goals Vignette #16 An Integral Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy Introduction The Search for the "Best" Theory The Foundational Chapters: Basic to All Theories Searching for Theoretical Integration Multicultural Counseling and Therapy as the Theoretical Fourth Force A Summary of the Major Theoretical Forces of Counseling and Psychotherapy Embracing Research as Scientific Practitioners Constructing Your Own View or Theory of Counseling and TherapyReferencesAuthor IndexSubject IndexAbout the Authors