Professional Counseling Excellence Through Leadership And Advocacy

Author: Catherine Y. Chang
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136813403
Size: 14.37 MB
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This text will be a valuable resource for counseling students and educators to assist in the incorporation of leadership and advocacy training into the counseling curriculum, based on the new standards set forth by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Readers will acquire a broad scope and vision of leadership and advocacy which includes client advocacy, advocacy for the counseling profession, and social justice. It identifies the historical context of leadership and advocacy, provides a framework from which to understand these concepts, and provides concrete examples of leadership and advocacy happening in the field today. Chapters describe the design of an effective counselor education curriculum, supervision of counselors, and leadership and advocacy practice in various counseling settings. Edited by leaders in the field of counselor education and endorsed by Chi Sigma Iota, this text will provide students with the knowledge, skills, and qualities to succeed as leaders and advocates throughout their counseling careers.

The New Handbook Of Administrative Supervision In Counseling

Author: Patricia G. Henderson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135843937
Size: 52.99 MB
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Sponsored by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. To deliver excellent, culturally responsive services to clients, a successful administrative supervisor must provide leadership to professional counselors, manage counseling services, and work effectively within their agency. The New Handbook of Administrative Supervision in Counseling is written for first line supervisors who work in mental health agencies, private practices, or in a schools. It highlights the skills needed to fulfill eighteen job responsibilities such as implementing your vision, advocating for services and staff members, navigating the politics inherent in work environments, team building, managing budgets and other realities, while still maintaining your own professional integrity and development. Useful forms and self-directed exercises are provided to facilitate personal reflection.

A Guide To Practicum And Internship For School Counselors In Training

Author: Jeannine R. Studer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317653335
Size: 80.97 MB
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A Guide to Practicum and Internship for School Counselors-in-Training, 2nd ed, covers all aspects of the practicum and internship experience, from the initial contact with supervisors to detailed descriptions of students’ different roles. Readers will gain both an awareness of the school culture and the understanding needed to develop an individualized philosophy of school counseling. Specific topics covered include popular counseling theories used by school counselors, strategies for working with special populations of students, understanding the school counselor's role in utilizing the 2012 National Model of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) including the inherent elements and themes, putting the ASCA ethical standards into practice, and administration of day-to-day tasks. Each chapter contains activities, case studies, worksheets, and images to facilitate understanding, and all material presented is consistent with both the accreditation standards of the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and the school counselor standards identified by the ASCA.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Author: J. Scott Young
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1506305628
Size: 56.72 MB
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Referencing the 2016 CACREP standards, Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Elements of Effective Practice by editors J. Scott Young and Craig S. Cashwell combines solid foundational information with practical application for a realistic introduction to work in community mental health settings. Top experts in the field cover emerging models for clinical interventions as they explore cutting-edge approaches to CMH counseling. With case studies integrated throughout, students will be well prepared to move into practicum and internship courses as well as field-based settings.

Orientation To Professional Counseling

Author: Sylvia C. Nassar
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119457386
Size: 42.47 MB
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Ideal for use in introductory counseling courses, Orientation to Professional Counseling is fully aligned with the 2016 CACREP Standards and contains historical perspectives on the foundations of the profession, an overview of counseling specialties and contemporary issues in the field, and a discussion of anticipated future trends. Throughout the book, Nassar, Niles, and other counseling leaders emphasize the core content and expertise common within a unified counseling identity. To deepen practical application, chapters include learning objectives and activities, review questions, illustrative text sidebars, and “Voices From the Field.” Complimentary instructor’s materials, including chapter outlines, tests, and PowerPoint slides, are available by request to ACA.

Applied Multivariate Research

Author: Lawrence S. Meyers
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1506329780
Size: 17.99 MB
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Using a conceptual, non-mathematical approach, the updated Third Edition of Applied Multivariate Research: Design and Interpretation provides full coverage of the wide range of multivariate topics that graduate students across the social and behavioral sciences encounter. Authors Lawrence S. Meyers, Glenn Gamst, and A. J. Guarino integrate innovative multicultural topics in examples throughout the book, which include both conceptual and practical coverage of: statistical techniques of data screening; multiple regression; multilevel modeling; exploratory factor analysis; discriminant analysis; structural equation modeling; structural equation modeling invariance; survival analysis; multidimensional scaling; and cluster analysis.

Experiential Activities For Teaching Multicultural Competence In Counseling

Author: Mark Pope
Publisher: Amer Counseling Assn
ISBN: 9781556202841
Size: 52.60 MB
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This practical resource is for faculty teaching beginning and advanced multicultural counseling courses or other core classes who want to infuse issues of cultural diversity into the classroom. It contains 121 engaging and thought-provoking activities on a wide variety of multicultural topics. All activities are tied to the core content areas of the 2009 CACREP Standards, making this a perfect tool for the clinical training of counseling students. A CD-ROM with exercise handouts accompanies the book for ease of copying and distribution in the classroom. Mark Pope, EdD, is a professor and chair of, Joseph S. Pangelinan, MS, is a doctoral student in, and Angela D. Coker, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Division of Counseling and Family Therapy at the University of MissouriùSaint Louis.

Introduction To Professional School Counseling

Author: Jered B. Kolbert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317753569
Size: 80.16 MB
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Introduction to Professional School Counseling: Advocacy, Leadership, and Intervention is a comprehensive introduction to the field for school counselors in training, one that provides special focus on the topics most relevant to the school counselor’s role and offers specific strategies for practical application and implementation. In addition to thorough coverage of the ASCA National Model (2012), readers will find thoughtful discussions of the effects of trends and legislation, including the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Response to Intervention (RtI), and School-Wide Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (SWPBIS). The text also provides a readers with an understanding of how school counselors assume counseling orientations within the specific context of an educational setting. Each chapter is intensely application oriented, with an equal emphasis both on research and on using data to design and improve school counselors’ functioning in school systems. Available for free download for each chapter: PowerPoint slides, a testbank of 20 multiple-choice questions, and short-answer, essay, and discussion questions.

Leaders And Legacies

Author: John West
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135944806
Size: 79.21 MB
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Leaders and Legacies discusses leadership involvements in the historical development of the profession of counseling. The lives of 23 noteworthy counselors are also chronicled, documenting their dreams, work and accomplishments.