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Group Counseling for School Counselors

Author : Greg Brigman
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A field-tested resource designed to help counselors educate students in areas such as interpersonal communication, conflict management, and relationship building.

The Group Counseling Handbook

Author : Christopher Seavey
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If you have ever facilitated a group, you have then had the experience of being involved in a very powerful and dynamic setting. This book will show you the "how to" and provide innovative materials to keep the group process going in a positive and eclectic manner.

Resources in Education

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Bibliographic Guide to Education

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... lists publications cataloged by Teachers College, Columbia University, supplemented by ... The Research Libraries of The New York Publica Library.

Fifty Steps Closer

Author : Nicholas G. Minardi
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Fifty Steps Closer provides K-12 school counselors with fifty group sessions that address a wide variety of student referral concerns, including believing in self, dealing with 'yucky' stuff, and building the foundation of friendships. Dr. Minardi offers specific insights on the nature, structure, and dynamics of group counseling, filtered through a variety of student reflections and issues. Join Dr. Nick as he gathers the crew, sets sail, and embarks on a journey destined for bringing boys and girls Fifty Steps Closer to improving their relationships with family, school, and friends.

The Quick Reference Guide to Biblical Counseling

Author : Dr. Tim Clinton
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This A-Z guide assists people-helpers--pastors, professional counselors, youth workers, and everyday believers--to easily access a full array of information to aid them in (formal and informal) counseling situations.

Anger Management

Author : Marc Noblitt
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Are you tired of anger management programs that are long on theory and short on practical steps to actually manage your anger? Then this is the book you need. Drawing on newly pioneered techniques in the burgeoning field of positive psychology, the authors share a comprehensive twelve-week anger management program. They share meaningful insights, including why it's beneficial to transfer your desire to do something to an outside source (such as the judicial system), why choosing not to harm others makes it less likely they'll harm you, and how cultivating a spirit of optimism can eliminate angry outbursts. They also examine myths surrounding anger, such as the idea that it is not inherited, that anger always leads to aggression, the idea that people must be aggressive to get what they want, that venting anger is always desirable, and more. The program incorporates the use of multiple anger styles, diet, yoga, and music therapy, making it easy to follow and customizable based on an individual's needs. Whether you are running a group therapy session or working to resolve your own anger, this revolutionary program will help you achieve positive and lasting results.

Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author : Janice L. DeLucia-Waack
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The Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy is a comprehensive reference guide for group practitioners and researchers alike. Each chapter reviews the literature and current research as well as offers suggestions for practice in the psycho educational arena, counseling, and therapy groups. The handbook encourages the notion that the field is improved through increased collaboration between researchers and practitioners. Through a review of cutting-edge research and practice, the handbook includes: 48 chapters by renowned experts in group work The history and theory of group work Topics across the lifespan An entire section on multicultural issues A variety of clinical problems and settings Appendices include the Association for Specialists in Group Work Training Standards, Best Practice Standards, and Principles for Diversity-Competent Group Workers The Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy, the most comprehensive reference devoted to this rapidly growing field, is essential for graduate students, academics, researchers, professionals, and librarians serving the group therapy community.

Group Counseling in K 12 Schools

Author : Kenneth R. Greenberg
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This comprehensive and practical text on how to conduct Group Counseling in K-12 Schools focuses on practice rather than on the theories and research that underlie group counseling. Group Counseling in Schools covers the topic of group counseling from initiation to termination at all school levels. The text views group counseling as an integral component of a comprehensive guidance and counseling program, covering such topics as the importance of enhancing the visibility of guidance and counseling programs in order to facilitate group counseling; how to encourage cooperation from teachers, administrators, and parents; selecting group topics; screening procedures for prospective group members; developing group plans; determining the size of groups; facilitating the scheduling of group counseling; multicultural issues in group counseling; evaluating group counseling; and professional issues related to group counseling in schools. The text stresses the importance of the school counselor as an active participant in counseling, whether counseling is being done individually or in a group. The role of the active counselor is discussed along with the skills needed for becoming an effective school counselor.

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The Group Therapist s Notebook

Author : Dawn Viers
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Get innovative ideas and effective interventions for your group therapy Group work requires facilitators to use different skills than they would use in individual or family therapy. The Group Therapist’s Notebook: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Psychotherapy offers facilitators effective strategies to gather individuals who have their own unique needs together to form a group where each member feels comfortable exploring personal—and often painful—topics. This resource provides creative handouts, homework, and activities along with practical ideas and interventions appropriate for a variety of problems and population types. Each chapter gives detailed easy-to-follow instructions, activity contraindications, and suggestions for tracking the intervention in successive meetings. Every intervention is backed by a theoretical or practical rationale for use, and many chapters feature a helpful illustrative clinical vignette. Group work has several benefits, including the ability to treat a greater number of clients with fewer resources. Group therapy work also relies on various theories that may seem to be difficult to apply to clinical practice. The Group Therapist’s Notebook is a practical guide that builds a bridge between theory and practice with ease. The text provides help for psychotherapists who are either beginning group practice or already utilizing groups as part of their practice and need a fresh set of ideas. The workbook framework allows group specialists to generate approaches and modify exercises to fit the varying needs of their clients. This guide offers a wide variety of valid approaches that effectively address client concerns. The book provides therapists with tips and ideas for starting and facilitating a group, assists them through sets of interventions, activities, and assignments, then showcases a variety of interventions for needs-specific populations or problems. Special sections are included with interventions for teens, young adults, couples, and family groups. Interventions in The Group Therapist’s Notebook include: anger management skills ease feelings of shame and guilt substance use and abuse grief and loss positive body image guidance through change independence and belonging interpersonal skills coping skills crisis intervention strategies much, much more! The Group Therapist’s Notebook is an essential resource for both novice and more experienced practitioners working in the mental health field, including counselor educators, social workers, guidance counselors, prevention educators, and other group facilitators. Every nonprofit agency, counseling center, private practice, school, hospital, treatment facility, or training center that organizes and implements therapy groups of any type should have this guide in their library.

Irm Groups Process Pract

Author : Gerald Corey
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Prevention of Youth Violence

Author : Heidi L. Haugen
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A Guide to Practicum and Internship for School Counselors in training

Author : Jeannine R. Studer
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School counseling is a rather specialized field, yet students entering it do not have a single, comprehensive resource to guide them through the process. This text covers all aspects of the practicum and internship experience, from the initial contact with your supervisor to detailed descriptions of each of the different roles you will have, and will help you gain an understanding of the school culture and how to begin thinking about and developing your own philosophy of school counseling. Specific topics covered include popular counseling theories used by school counselors; working with special populations of students; application of the ASCA ethical standards; the administration of day-to-day tasks, such as arranging an office space and managing your time; and elements of the guidance curriculum, including individual student planning, responsive services, and systemic support. Each chapter contains activities, case studies, hypothetical situations, and worksheets designed to facilitate your understanding of and role in the profession. All material presented is consistent with both the CACREP accreditation standards and the American School Counseling Association's National Model (R).

School Counseling in the Secondary School

Author : Colette T. Dollarhide
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This is the only book on the market to provide comprehensive coverage of school counseling at the secondary school level. The text begins with a holistic and systemic examination and celebration of the student, examines education and secondary schools, and then uses the "Domains / Activities / Partners" model to structure a thorough exploration of how, why, and with whom school counseling services are structured.

Therapist s Guide to Clinical Intervention

Author : Sharon L. Johnson
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Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention is a must-have reference for clinicians completing insurance forms, participating in managed care, or practicing in treatment settings requiring formalized goals and treatment objectives. The Therapist's Guide provides basic information on all major mental disorders. Treatment goals, objectives, and techniques are presented in an easy-to-read outline form for each specific disorder. Separate chapters discuss skill building exercises relevant across a wide range of disorders, for example assertiveness training. The book is divided into four sections. Section I lists all major psychological disorders. Each disorder heading includes a brief paragraph discussing diagnostic criteria and general treatment goals, followed by specific treatment techniques to fulfillthese goals. Section II discusses how to anticipate and treat special circumstances across disorders, such as suicidal tendencies, dangerousness, and treating the disabled. Section III identifies skills useful in treating a variety of different disorders.These skills include stress management, relaxation exercises, problem-solving, and assertiveness training. Section IV provides a wcompendium of professional practice forms, for both clinical and business use. Key Features * Outlines treatment goals and objectives for DSM-IV diagnoses * Outlines for assessing special circumstances * Offers skill building resources to supplement treatment * Provides samples for a wide range of business and clinical forms

The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men

Author : Glenn E. Good
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In one comprehensive volume, the revised and abridged edition of The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men offers clinicians a guide that includes the most current research, theory, effective techniques, and strategies for treating men (no matter what their background or age) in a wide variety of situations—from on-the-job to in the cell block. Written by leading clinicians, educators, and researchers with vast experience in the field, this definitive handbook offers practical advice for working with male clients who are often stubbornly resisting therapy. "A superb discourse on modern men and their problems. A must-read for all practicing psychotherapists." —Bernard D. Beitman, professor and chairman, Department of Psychiatry, University of Missouri-Columbia, and author of Learning Psychotherapy and The Structure of Individual Psychotherapy "This is a splendid award-winning book that even the most seasoned practitioner, regardless of theoretical orientation, will find quite valuable! This revised and abridged edition provides an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of the unique problems of men in various settings, as well as 'normal' issues of the male life cycle. All psychotherapists will find the descriptions of formats and modalities, as well as special skills in working with men, to be enlightening. The case examples are rich, inspiring, and provide insights about working with men not found elsewhere. This edited handbook belongs in every university library, as well as that of each psychotherapist, instructor, and student of counseling and psychotherapy." —Melba J. T. Vasquez, former president, APA Division 35, Society for the Psychology of Women, APA Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology, and 2006 president of the Texas Psychological Association "Good and Brooks have distilled the essence of their important two-volume work into an extremely accessible and no less useful book that's essential for competent practice. If you work with men, or with people who relate to men (in other words, if you're a therapist), then you'll need to read this book so that your consciousness of men's diverse roles and realities will be raised and sharpened." —Laura S. Brown, professor, Washington School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University/Seattle "The best just keeps getting better! The revised edition of The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men updates and improves upon the earlier classic. Simultaneously practical and scholarly, it is a treasure for all mental health professionals treating men." —John C. Norcross, professor of psychology and distinguished university fellow, University of Scranton; editor, Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session; president, International Society of Clinical Psychology

Charleston Insiders Guide

Author : J. Michael McLaughlin
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Written by local authors with many years of experience in writing about their community, the Insiders' Guide RM series provide newcomers, visitors, and business travelers with a native's perspective of the area. Each guide details hotels, restaurants, annual events, attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, real estate, and much more. Covering more than 60 cities and areas nationwide, the Insiders' Guide RM series offer the best local insights on travel and relocation.Features include: -- Light, easier-to-use 6 x 9 size -- Easy-to-read typeface -- Large photos and maps -- Updated interior graphics -- Thumb tabs for quick reference to specific chapters -- More at-a-glance information in every title -- Expanded, comprehensive indexes -- Easy-to-use geographic organization in regional booksCovers historic Charleston and the surrounding beaches, islands and suburbs including Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, Kiawah Island, and more.

Insiders Guide to Charleston

Author : J. Michael McLaughlin
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Find the best in restaurants, entertainment, recreation, lodging, and attractions using this comprehensive guide to Charleston. Become immersed in this charming 18th-century city on the coast of South Carolina, plus its surrounding beaches, islands, and suburbs--including Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, and Kiawah Island.

Anger Management

Author : Adrian Faupel
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Do you work with angry children? Are you wondering why young people don’t listen when they are angry? Are you exhausted from trying to understand angry behaviour? Anger Management is a practical guide that will help you to stay calm in the face of angry outbursts from children and young people. Written by chartered psychologists with extensive experience in the field, this helpful book will: increase your understanding of anger offer you a range of practical management interventions help you to manage your own behaviours to build more effective relationships reduce the stress experienced by staff and parents who lack confidence in the face of aggressive behaviour. With stress and anger levels amongst young people at an all time high, this second edition of Anger Management is particularly timely. It reflects the significant developments in the field of neuro-psychology and our understanding of the physiology of emotions. It also identifies the significant changes in legislation and guidance that have taken place in education and health and social care over the last decade and explores the implications of these changes for practitioners. Containing information, explanations and practical advice that will enable you to cope with angry behaviour in the best way possible, as well as a range of helpful photocopiable resources, this book will prove invaluable to teachers as well as parents, carers, psychologists, social workers and health care workers.