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Test Bank for Theories and Applications of Counseling and Psychotherapy Relevance Across Cultures and Settings J. Ginter

Test Bank for Theories and Applications of Counseling and Psychotherapy Relevance Across Cultures and Settings By Earl J. Ginter, Gargi Roysircar, Lawrence H. Gerstein, ISBN: 9781412967594

Table Of Content

Foreword
Behavioral Approaches
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview

The Start of Contemporary Therapy and Theory

Therapy’s Relationship to Theory

Attributes Used to Judge the Soundness of a Theory

The Authors’ Approach to Writing This Textbook

Connecting the Dots: Seeing the Big Picture

Reappearing Case Study Used in Each Theoretical Chapter

Ongoing Exercise That Concludes in Chapter 15

Chapter 2. Counselor Role and Functions, Professional Ethics, Stress, and Self-Care

Introduction

Professional Ethics

ACA Code of Ethics

APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct

Ethical Decision Making: Professional Counselors and Counseling Psychologists

Therapist Well-Being and Burnout

What Is Self-Care?

Chapter 3. Psychoanalytic Theory

Introduction

Historical Context

Sigmund Freud’s Contribution

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Beyond Freud

Appropriate Client Populations

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Limitations and Criticisms of Psychoanalysis

Contemporary Research Support

Relevance of Psychoanalytic Theory

Special Ethical Considerations

Application: Psychoanalytic Theory

Chapter 4. Adlerian Theory

Individual Psychology: An Introduction

Alfred Adler: Inside and Outside the Inner Circle

The Adlerian Approach: Individual Psychology

Major Concepts

Therapy

Research Support

Individual Psychology and Social Justice

Multicultural Perspective

Relevance of the Adlerian Approach

Special Ethical Considerations

Criticisms of the Adlerian Approach

Application: Adlerian Theory

Chapter 5. Existential Theory

Introduction

Key Players of Existentialism

Historical Context

Basic Concepts of Existential Therapy

The Therapeutic Process

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Ethical Considerations

Evaluating Existential Theory

Limitations and Criticisms of Existentialism

Relevance to Current Practice

Applying Theory to Practice

Chapter 6. Person-Centered Theory

Introduction

Historical Context

Carl Rogers: The Person and Founder of Person-Centered Therapy

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Variants and Extensions of Person-Centered Therapy

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Special Ethical Considerations

Research Support

Limitations and Criticism

Relevance to Current Practice

Applying Person-Centered Theory

Chapter 7. Gestalt Theory

Introduction

Historical Context

Legacy

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Limitations and Criticisms of Gestalt Therapy

Application of Gestalt Therapy to Multicultural Populations

Social Justice

Research Support

Relevance of Theory

Special Ethical Considerations

Application: Gestalt Theory

Chapter 8. Behavioral Theory

Introduction

Historical Context

Key Players

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Terminology

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Research: Evaluating Behavioral Approaches

Limitations and Criticisms of Behavioral Approaches

Relevance of Theory

Special Ethical Considerations

Application: Behavioral Approaches

Chapter 9. Cognitive-Behavioral Theory

Introduction

Key Players of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Historical Context

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Currently Popular Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Special Ethical Considerations

Evaluating the Theory

Limitations and Criticisms of the Theory

Relevance to Current-Day Practice

Applying Theory to Therapy

Chapter 10. Reality Therapy and Choice Theory

Introduction

The Roots of Reality Therapy and Choice Theory: William Glasser

Reality Therapy and Choice Theory

Major Concepts

Therapy

Moving Beyond the Reality Therapy of the 1960s

Research Support

Relevance of Theory

Social Justice and Multiculturalism

Criticisms of Reality Therapy and Choice Theory

Application: Reality Therapy and Choice Theory

Chapter 11. Feminist Therapy Approaches

Introduction

Key Players in Feminist Therapy

Historical Context

Basic Concepts

Therapeutic Process

Techniques and Strategies

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Ethical Considerations

Evaluating Theory

Limitations and Criticisms

Relevance of Theory to Current-Day Practice

Applying Theory to Practice

Chapter 12. Postmodernism: Constructivism and Social Constructionism

Introduction

Key Players of Constructivism and Social Constructionism

Historical Context

Constructivism

Social Constructionism

Narrative Theory

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Multiculturalism and Social Justice

Ethical Considerations

Evaluating Theory

Limitations and Criticisms of Theory

Current Mental Health Delivery System

Applying Theory to Practice

Chapter 13. Family Therapy Approaches

Introduction

Returning to the Issue of Defining the Word Family

Family Therapy

Between Family and Individual Therapy: Differences

Family Therapy: Historical Context and Points of Origin

Contemporary Family Therapy

Five Approaches to Family Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy

Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Structural Therapy

Experiential Approach

Appropriate Client Populations: Family Therapy

Multiculturalism

Social Justice

Special Ethical Considerations

Research Findings

Limitations and Criticisms

Application: Family Therapy

Chapter 14. Multicultural and International Approaches

Introduction

Key Players

Historical Context

Basic Concepts

The Therapeutic Process

Social Justice

Ethical Considerations

Evaluating Theory

Limitations of the Multicultural Theory

Relevance to Current Practice

Applying Theory to Practice

Chapter 15. Moving Toward a Personal Theory of Counseling and Psychotherapy

A Wealth of Theories and Therapies

The Journey to Find One’s Own Theoretical Approach

Elements That Make a Theory a Theory: A Much Maligned Term Defined

The Tangible Value of Operating From a Theoretical Position

Boxing Differences Among the Theories Covered

Common Factors: Corralling Similarities Among the Theories

The Master Therapist: A Blending of Science and Art

Integration’s Role in Constructing a Personal Approach

Future Directions in Counseling and Psychotherapy

References
Index