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Counseling Diverse Ethnic Youth

Author : Roger D. Herring
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Addresses issues and concerns of major ethnic youth groups in America. This work demonstrates how to apply this information when counseling students from a variety of cultural backgrounds. It focuses on school counseling, providing students with theories and their practical applications for this arena.

Handbook of Counseling Boys and Adolescent Males

Author : Arthur M. Horne
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This comprehensive, practical resource provides specific strategies for counsellors working with boys and male adolescents from different cultural backgrounds. The first part examines how psychological, career and athletic development of boys is shaped by a complex interaction of biological, social, cultural and economic forces. TheSecond Part covers cultural considerations when counselling particular North American client groups, such as Hispanic-Americans. The final part focuses on special populations such as gay, sexually abused and developmentally disabled boys.

Handbook of School Counseling

Author : Hardin L.K. Coleman
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The mission of this forty-eight chapter Handbook is to provide a comprehensive reference source that integrates counseling theory, research and practice into one volume. It is designed to meet the needs of entry-level practitioners from their initial placement in schools through their first three to five years of practice. It will also be of interest to experienced school counselors, counselor educators, school researchers, and counseling representatives within state and local governments.

Multicultural Counseling

Author : Jerry Trusty
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Multicultural Counseling - Context, Theory & Practice & Competence

The Health Behavioral Change Imperative

Author : Jay C. Chunn
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Health experts independently state that the most critical urban problems are preventable. This brings an added challenge to public health practitioners working in inner cities with predominately minority communities. In addition to deadly diseases - including transmittable diseases - violence, whether it is physical, sexual or child abuse, is the other predominant morbidity factor that urban areas confront. Because of these concerns, there is a need for health professionals working with the communities to critically examine health behavior theories and prevention methodologies. Additionally, new prevention practices and programs need to be developed for community-based interventions to better serve the populations in need including programs in: -HIV Prevention; -Evaluation and Policy Research; -Cancer Prevention and Screening; -Urban Public Health Policy; -Youth Violence Prevention.

Culture and Counseling

Author : Frederick D. Harper
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Culture and Counseling has been designed to serve as a resource for professionals in the fields of Multicultural Counseling, Cross-Cultural Counseling, or Diversity and Culture in Counseling. In this authoritative new book, leading authors address culture and counseling as related to theoretical models, American ethnicities, spirituality, immigrants, intercultural families, gender, sexual orientation, diagnosis and interventions, supervision, and ethics. Counseling professionals, psychologists.

Counseling Boys and Young Men

Author : Suzanne Degges-White, PhD, LMHC-IN, LPC-NC, NCC
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"Counseling Boys and Young Men provides a plethora of information and counseling techniques essential to the continued development of young men....The text serves as a noteworthy manual addressing the myriad of issues affecting young males in todayís society."--The Professional Counselor Journal This comprehensive guide to the unique challenges faced by boys and young men encompasses todayís most critical issues and presents effective, evidence-based strategies for treating them. Recognizing the specific needs of diverse young males, this text covers such contemporary issues as bullying and harassment, anger management, online gaming, addiction, pornography, and gang membership. The differences between the developmental issues of males and females are addressed, along with the emotional, intellectual, and physical changes boys experience as they move into adolescence. The difficulties counselors face in their efforts to access emotional expression in boys are discussed along with strategies to overcome these barriers. Each chapter includes a comprehensive case scenario that highlights the presenting issue, how the issue affects functioning, and how effective treatment is best implemented. Additional resources for more in-depth study are also included throughout the book. Key Features: Provides guidance to the unique psychological issues of boys and young men along with innovative, evidence-based treatment strategies Addresses such current topics as bullying/harassment, risk-taking behaviors, pornography addiction, gambling, single-parent families, and more Includes vivid case studies Explores such social issues as gang membership with a focus on helping young males revise their self-image and social networks

Days in the Lives of Counselors

Author : Robert L. Dingman
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This book is for counselors and counselors-in-training who are interested in exploring the many employment options that are available to persons with a graduate degree in counseling. Days in the Lives of Counselors is a collection of personal essays from counselors, each of whom has presented a description of his or her own unique and rewarding experiences. Each offers descriptions of his or her typical activities, including the challenges, the paperwork, the meetings, the successes, and even the frustrations. Many also share their hints on surviving the stresses that are inherent in a career in counseling. The chapters are clustered in categories within similar settings, but each person's experience is unique and different. In addition to school and college counselors, counselor educators, and mental health counselors, contributors include a sexologist, an editor, a gerontologist, an addictions specialist, a counselor who is a part-time deputy sheriff, and a professional association manager. Also included are two international stories, one by a school counselor working in Guam and another by a school counselor who worked in Africa. But all of the essays have one thing in common they are written by counselors who love their work.

Counseling the Culturally Different

Author : Derald Wing Sue
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Here is the long-awaited revision of this bestselling reference on multicultural counseling, the most widely used and critically acclaimed text published on the topic. The first book of its kind, Counseling the Culturally Different changed the thinking in multicultural counseling, setting the tone for a whole generation of psychological counselors across America. It has maintained its status as a classic in the field and is now the standard reference for nearly all courses in minority mental health and treatment. This Third Edition is completely revised and updated, continuing the legacy of scholarly excellence combined with a provocative, practice-oriented approach to the field. Authors Derald Wing Sue and David Sue have reorganized the book to be consistent with new developments in research, theory, and practice. Major additions include a more inclusive definition of multiculturalism, the most recent statistics on the changing complexion of society and the implications for clinical practice, and a discussion of the culture-bound basis of the ACA and APA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. The authors continue to use a large number of clinical case studies and real-life examples to illustrate the concepts of multicultural counseling and therapy. This vital resource also features: New chapters on white racial identity development; non-Western and indigenous methods of healing; and counseling women, gays/lesbians, the physically challenged, and the elderly Expanded coverage of multicultural family counseling/therapy, racial/cultural identity development, and becoming multiculturally competent Individual chapters on counseling African Americans, Asian Americans, Latino/Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans Combining a sound conceptual framework for multicultural counseling with proven therapeutic methods for specific groups, Counseling the Culturally Different remains the best source of real-world counseling preparation for students and the most enlightened, influential guide for professionals.

Youth at Risk

Author : Dave Capuzzi
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Provides guidelines for prevention and intervention with at-risk youth; explores the causes of such problems as abuse, low self-esteem, depression, and mood disorders; and includes cases illustrating prevention and intervention approaches.

Multicultural Counseling in Schools

Author : Paul Pedersen
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This text describes the practice of multicultural counseling in K-12 school settings, focusing on a family-centered model of multicultural school counseling. The text not only provides information that is racial-ethnic specific, but also provides general principles of multicultural practice that are illustrated by reference to one or more racial-ethnic groups. Learning features include chapter objectives and discussion questions. This second edition contains new chapters on educational reform, working with immigrant groups, and working with disabled students across cultures. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Becoming Culturally Oriented

Author : Nadya A. Fouad
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Providing a comprehensive framework for helping psychologists to increase and improve culturally responsive practice, research, and education, this text explains guidelines developed by the APA as a blueprint for psychologists pursuing their work in increasingly diverse communities. The authors show how each guideline can be used for broadening culturally responsive practices on an organizational level.

The Cumulative Book Index

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A world list of books in the English language.

Peer Counseling in Youth Groups

Author : Joan Sturkie
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Everything you need to begin your own peer counseling ministry.

Counseling Across Cultures

Author : Paul B. Pedersen
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Counseling Across Cultures, Fifth Edition offers a comprehensive examination of the increasing priority of culture in the counseling process. The contributors examine the cultural context of accurate assessment and appropriate interventions in counseling, highlighting work with groups including African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, refugees, and international students. Chapters also consider culturally appropriate counseling methods as they relate to gender, aged populations, health psychology, and school settings.

New Horizons in Multicultural Counseling

Author : Gerald Monk
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Offering a fresh theoretical perspective and packed with powerful strategies, New Horizons in Multicultural Counseling clarifies the complexity of culture in our increasingly globalized society. Counselors will find practice-based strategies to help them progress in their clinical practice and gain cultural competence.

Professional School Counseling

Author : Bradley T. Erford
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Transcultural Counseling

Author : John McFadden
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Topics covered include cultural paradigms, American Indians, Alaskan Natives, transcending the culture of prejudice to a culture of pride, curriculum trends in counselor education.

Culturally Responsive Counseling with Asian American Men

Author : William Ming Liu
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Asian American men represent a complex group with distinct psychological and mental health concerns, yet the current counseling literature is lacking in resources for clinicians working with this population. The purpose of this text is to provide practitioners with a comprehensive overview of the current research and theory related to the important and unique issues that Asian American men experience. It offers clinicians culturally-responsive, practical counseling techniques and strategies to help inform them on how to work effectively with this group. Chapters are written by leading figures in the field and explore such topics as intergenerational conflict, racism, challenges associated with masculinity and fatherhood, sexual orientation identity development, substance abuse, and career counseling. Numerous clinical vignettes and case conceptualizations are included to assist clinicians who work with Asian American men and to demonstrate appropriate treatment responses.

Handbook of Multicultural Counseling

Author : Joseph G. Ponterotto
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The Second Edition of the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling presents a completely reconceived work building on the strengths of the first, reflecting the developments that continue to expand the profession of multicultural counseling. Eighty-five scholars in the field offer their perspectives, providing breadth and depth, as well as new visions for the discipline. The Handbook is a critical resource for counselors, counseling students, and other mental health professionals who are seeking to improve their competence in treating a culturally diverse clientele.