With this third edition of Helping Skills, respected clinician and researcher Clara Hill has revised and updated her popular textbook, continuing her comprehensive exploration of empirically supported, basic helping skills for undergraduate ...
Author: Clara E. Hill
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn
With this third edition of Helping Skills, respected clinician and researcher Clara Hill has revised and updated her popular textbook, continuing her comprehensive exploration of empirically supported, basic helping skills for undergraduate and first-year graduate students. Following Hill's well-established three-stage model of helping (Exploration, Insight, and Action), the text presents an integrative approach that is grounded in client-centered, psychoanalytic, and cognitive-behavioral theory. Hill's model recognizes the critical roles of affect, cognition, and behavior in the process of change, filling a void left by textbooks that focus more narrowly on the processes facilitating change. The text includes many student-friendly features and provides in-depth information on: the theoretical foundation of the three-stage model of helping the different goals used in each stage (e.g., attending and listening, restatement, challenge, self-disclosure, and feedback) the general principles of ethical conduct and strategies for resolving ethical dilemmas numerous practice exercises, labs, and Web forms that illustrate (and help evaluate) the complex interaction between client and helper and how students can intervene most effectively from moment to moment, based on their intentions and the client's reactions. New material for this edition includes: a revised approach to the three-stage model, emphasizing goals and tasks of the stages and the ability to traverse among the stages in a helper-client relationship more attention to multicultural issues and better delineation of steps of the Action stage for four discrete tasks (relaxation, behavioral change, behavioral rehearsal, anddecision-making). With her accessible yet instructive style, Hill instill
Helping Skills: Facilitating Exploration, Insight, and Action. (3rd edition). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Hill, C.E., Diemer, R., & Heaton, K.J. (1997). Dream interpretation sessions:Who volunteers, who benefits, ...
Author: Ladislav Timulak
This book offers a helping hand to trainees wishing to make the transition to the next level in their counseling and psychotherapy training. With wide-ranging content closely aligned to actual practice, this intermediate level text covers the research-informed skills, interventions, processes and issues that students need to know once they’ve covered the basics. It includes specific techniques from different therapeutic orientations, how to tailor the skills or approach used to the specific client problem, case conceptualization and management, therapeutic alliance; establishing and exploring the relationship, ethics, multidisciplinary working, and how to deal with situations such as silence, crying, and aggression. Integrating cognitive, behavioral, person-centered/experiential and psychodynamic approaches, the author provides research-informed practical instructions on how to deliver therapy and includes extracts from counseling sessions to demonstrate the skills in action.
Author: John Sommers-FlanaganPublish On: 2015-06-29
In this practical text, Pamela Hays offers many concrete examples for how clinicians can develop a strong therapy alliance with diverse clients. Hill, C. E. (2009). Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (3rd ed.) ...
Author: John Sommers-Flanagan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition blends a personal and easy-to-read style with a unique emphasis on both the scientific basis and interpersonal aspects of mental health interviewing. It guides clinicians through elementary listening and counseling skills onward to more advanced, complex clinical assessment processes, such as intake interviewing, mental status examination, and suicide assessment. Fully revised, the fifth edition shines a brighter spotlight on the development of a multicultural orientation, the three principles of multicultural competency, collaborative goal-setting, the nature and process of working in crisis situations, and other key topics that will prepare you to enter your field with confidence, competence, and sensitivity.
Helping skills. Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (4th ed.). American Psychological Association. Ivey, A. E., Ivey, M. B., & Zalaquett, C. P. (2014). Intentional interviewing and counseling: Facilitating client development ...
Author: Fong Chan, PhD, CRC
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Category: Social Science
New updates, practices, and tips to pass the exam! Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers. This compact resource—noted for its quality and credibility—delivers a comprehensive overview of the CRC exam to help graduate students and professionals prepare. The third edition is extensively updated in content and format to incorporate the new skills and knowledge sets needed in the rapidly evolving rehabilitation counseling area. Each chapter corresponds to the most recent Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Program (CACREP) accreditation standards for master's degree programs. The third edition is easy to navigate. It includes three new chapters, 150 new test practices with explanations, and a mock exam with 200 questions. Each chapter has key concepts, illustrative tables and charts for fast review, and resources for further study needs. New to the Third Edition: Extensively updated in content and format aimed at promoting exam success Based on the most recent empirically derived CRC roles and function studies, Each chapter includes sample questions with rationales for distractors and correct answer New chapter on study tips and CRC exam-taking strategies New chapter on Crisis and Trauma New chapter on Demand-Side Employer Engagement Updated and expanded internet resources in each chapter Key Features: Provides over 350 multiple choice questions and mock exam Written in user-friendly outline format Provides key terms and concepts to help readers grasp key ideas in no time Contains concise summary table for reviewing key takeaways Includes web links in each chapter for further study interest
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 24, 440–443. Hill, C. E. (2009). Skills for exploring thoughts. In C. Hill & K. O'Brien (Eds.), Helping skills: Facilitating, exploration, insight, and action (3rd ed., pp. 121–140).
Author: David Hutchinson
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
Written with a warm, engaging, and passionate spirit, the Third Edition of David R. Hutchinson’s The Essential Counselor comprehensively reveals the process of becoming a counselor from start to finish. Emphasizing the importance of the therapeutic alliance, this practical book provides budding and experienced counselors with real-world examples, reflection activities, and skill-building exercises that challenge and promote the critical thinking skills necessary to thrive in professional counseling environments. The fully updated Third Edition is rich with case studies and features video demonstrations of key skills needed when working with clients.
Helping Skills: Facilitating, Exploration, Insight, and Action (3rd edition). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Hill, C. E., & Lent, R. W. (1996). A narrative and meta-analytic review of helping skills training: Time ...
Author: Traci Postings
This counselling skills book will equip you with the necessary knowledge, skills and qualities to work with people in a range of different roles and settings. It defines counselling skills and introduces key skills including: listening and responding skills, empathy and different models, tools and techniques. Further chapters explore the importance of skills practice and self-awareness; ethics, boundaries and confidentiality; working remotely; working with difference and diversity, and different professional roles. Throughout, case studies show you how these skills can make a difference in practice, while exercises, including a student journal feature, help you reflect on your own attitudes to enhance your reflective practice. This book is an accessible guide to the BACP counselling skills competence framework for trainee counsellors and those using counselling skills as part of another professional role.
An Integrative Developmental Model for Supervising Counselors and Therapists, Third Edition Cal D. Stoltenberg, Brian W. McNeill. Harris, D. B. (1957). ... Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (2nd ed.).
Author: Cal D. Stoltenberg
The third edition of this book is an updated and expanded presentation of the widely used Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision. In contrast to other volumes on clinical supervision, Stoltenberg and McNeill present a comprehensive, time-tested, and empirically investigated model of supervision, rather than a broad summary of other existing or historical approaches. In addition to presenting a model of therapist development that spans beginning through advanced training, the book integrates theory and research from numerous perspectives, including learning, cognition, and emotion, as well as an up-to-date treatment of research directly addressing the supervision process. The model also examines the role of clinical supervision from an evidence-based practice perspective and addresses issues of common factors in therapy. The impact of cultural issues in supervision and training, as well as recent work in a competencies approach to supervision and trainee development, are also examined.
Psychotherapy Research, 16, 12Á25. doi:10.1080/105 03300500352500. Hill, C. E. (2009). Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (3rd ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Author: Hadas Wiseman
The therapeutic relationship has been recognized by psychotherapy researchers and clinicians alike as playing a central role in the process and outcome of psychotherapy. This book presents innovative investigations of the therapeutic relationship focusing on various relationship mechanisms as they relate to changing processes and outcomes. A variety of perspectives on the therapeutic relationship are provided through different research methods, including quantitative and qualitative methods, and divergence in psychotherapy orientations, including psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioural therapy, emotion-focused process experiential therapy, narrative therapy, and attachment-based family therapy. The chapters, written by leading psychotherapy researchers, present cutting-edge empirical studies that apply innovative methods in order to: study process-outcome links; explore in session processes that address the question of how the therapeutic relationship heals; examine the contributions of clients and therapists to the therapeutic relationship; and suggest practical implications for training therapists in psychotherapy relationships that work. Research on the therapeutic relationship has been identified as a natural arena for bridging the gap between research and clinical practice, and will be of particular interest to practicing clinicians. This book was originally published as a special issue of Psychotherapy Research.
Research design in counseling (3rd ed.) ... Helping Skills: Facilitating Exploration, Insight, and Action, now in its second edition, provides an empirically grounded three-stage model (i.e., exploration, insight, action) for mastering ...
Author: Frederick T. Leong
CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 2008 Best Reference, Library Journal "The scope, depth, breadth, currency, arrangement, and authority of this work reflect the thorough, in-depth approach of the entire editorial and publishing team . . . Advancing current thought and models in the field, this work provides an unparalleled attempt to approach this important subject from many perspectives. Moreover, each volume has a list of entries, a reader's guide, and information about the authors and the contributors. The reader's guide incorporates substantive topics, e.g. assessment, testing and research methods, biographies, coping . . . this is an essential addition to graduate and research collections." —Library Journal Professional counseling involves helping clients, individually or in groups, or as couples and families, deal with various career, vocational, educational, and emotional problems. Whether performed by psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, or counselors, thousands of professionals throughout the United States, as well as the world, are providing counseling services to fellow human beings to help them address and resolve the various problems of living that exceed their coping resources and social support. The Encyclopedia of Counseling provides a comprehensive overview of the theories, models, techniques, and challenges involved in professional counseling. With approximately 600 entries, this definitive resource covers all of the major theories, approaches, and contemporary issues in counseling. The four volumes of this Encyclopedia are flexibly designed so they can be use together as a set or separately by volume, depending on the need of the user. Key Features · Reviews different types of counselors, their different professional identities, and their different models of graduate education · Examines important historical developments that have shaped the evolution of the counseling profession into its current form · Provides a comprehensive compilation of information about established and emerging topics in mental health and personal/emotional counseling · Addresses problems in personal/emotional counseling ranging from concerns about normal developmental processes and common life transitions to debilitating problems of great severity · Discusses the major social, scientific, and professional forces that have shaped the evolution of cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy · Offers complete information on conventional and up-and-coming areas of interest in career counseling Key Themes · Assessment, Testing, and Research Methods · Biographies · Coping · Counseling—General · Economic/Work Issues · Human Development and Life Transitions · Legal and Ethical Issues · Organizations · Physical and Mental Health · Professional Development and Standards · Psychosocial Traits and Behavior · Society, Race/Ethnicity, and Culture · Subdisciplines · Theories · Therapies, Techniques, and Interventions This ultimate resource is designed for laypeople who are interested in learning about the science and practice of counseling. It is also a useful source for undergraduate and graduate students and professionals from other specialties to learn about counseling in all its forms and manifestations.
Author: John Sommers-FlanaganPublish On: 2012-05-30
Helping skills: Facilitating exploration, insight, and action (2nd ed.). ... This chapter in Corsini's 3rd edition (if you can find it) contains a fabulous excerpt of Rogers's classic interview with the “silent young man.
Author: John Sommers-Flanagan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
"It is a delight to see the Fourth Edition of Sommers-Flanagans's excellent work. They understand counseling and therapy, their writing is clear, and this book will be enjoyed by students and faculty alike." —Allen E. Ivey, EdD, ABPP, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Amherst Updated with a new accompanying DVD—The classic text presenting practical strategies for conducting effective interviews—now reflecting the latest interviewing guidelines Updated to reflect the emerging field of online and other non–face-to-face interventions, Clinical Interviewing, Fourth Edition 2012–2013 Update blends a personal and easy-to-read style with a unique emphasis on both the scientific basis and interpersonal aspects of interviewing. John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan thoroughly explore clinical interviewing—from the very basics of listening to the latest skills needed as a practitioner. Now with a new accompanying DVD illustrating interviewing skills and common interviewing situations, this Updated Edition adds: A new chapter covering non–face-to-face assessment and interviewing via email, telephone, texting, videoconferencing/Skype, instant messaging, and online chatting New structured interview protocol with step-by-step guidance through a mental status examination—whether face-to-face or not Guidance on the evidence base, treatment outcomes, and ethical issues for non–face-to-face assessment and intervention Complete with real-world case examples, Clinical Interviewing, Fourth Edition 2012–2013 Update equips readers with a realistic yet intuitive guide to mastering the skills necessary to be an effective interviewer today. Instructor Site: www.wiley.com/go/clinicalinterviewing Student Resource Site: www.wiley.com/go/clinicalinterviewing