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Foundations for Clinical Mental Health Counseling
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Foundations for Clinical Mental Health Counseling

  • Author(s): Mark S. Gerig
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Copyright year: © ۲۰۱۸
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Print ISBN:9780134384771, 0134384776
  • eText ISBN: 9780134384832, 0134384830

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Note: This is the bound book only and does not include access to  MyLab™ Counseling with Pearson eText. To order MyLab Counseling with Pearson eText packaged with the bound book, use ISBN ۰۱۳۴۳۸۴۷۷۶٫ Mark Gerig’s Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling gives readers a fresh perspective on today’s clinical mental health counseling profession that is both practical and academically informed. Drawing on his experience as a counselor educator, practitioner, supervisor and manager in agency and behavioral health settings, as well as on his leadership positions in professional associations, the author shows readers what it truly means to be a relevant clinical mental health counselor who delivers effective treatment in an ever-changing contemporary context. With the goals of helping current and future counselors ensure that they are helpful to their clients, marketable to potential employers, and relevant voices in front of stakeholders or public policymakers, Dr. Gerig presents a well-informed description of pertinent settings, public policies, and trends. The new edition includes new applications, expanded information, and a wealth of new content.   Also available with MyLab Counseling This title is also available with MyLab Counseling–an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with the text to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students see key concepts demonstrated through video clips, practice what they learn, test their understanding, and receive feedback to guide their learning and ensure they master key learning outcomes.

Table of Contents

  • Title Page
  • Copyright page
  • Dedication
  • About the Author
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Part 1 Theoretical and Historical Foundations
  • Chapter 1 What Is a Mental Health or Professional Counselor?
  • What Is a Counselor? Enter a Land of Confusion!
  • What It Means to be a Clinical Mental Health or Professional Counselor: Some Helpful Definitions
  • Relevant Professional Organizations
  • Other Specialties Within the Counseling Profession
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Career Counseling
  • College Counseling
  • Gerontological Counseling
  • Couple and Family Counseling
  • Rehabilitation Counseling
  • School Counseling
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling and the Allied Mental Health Professions
  • Conclusion: The Process of Consolidating Professional Identity
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 2 Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Historical Perspective
  • Early Views and Treatment of Mental Health and Illness
  • The Emergence of Psychiatry
  • Roots of the Counseling-Related Professions
  • Movement Toward the Professionalization of Counseling
  • The Private Practice of Psychology
  • The Child Guidance Movement
  • Carl Rogers and Nondirective Counseling
  • Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Rapid Expansion of Assessment and Increased Sophistication of Vocational Counseling
  • Post–World War II and the Veterans Administration
  • The Influence of Professional Organizations
  • The Professionalization and Expansion of Mental Health Counseling
  • Problems in the Mental Health System
  • Increased Effectiveness of Psychopharmacological Interventions
  • Innovations in Counseling Theories and Techniques
  • Limited Availability of and Access to Community-Based Services
  • The Community Mental Health Centers Act of 1963
  • Emergence of Mental Health Counseling
  • Licensure of Mental Health and Professional Counselors
  • The Consolidation of the Mental Health Counseling Profession
  • Changing Roles, Tools, and Contexts: The Mental Health Professions Move into the 21st Century
  • Application of Technology
  • Influence of Positive Psychology and Research into Wellness
  • Response to Natural and Human-Made Disasters
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 3 Theoretical Foundations for Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • Theory and Personal Characteristics of the Counselor
  • Self-Schema
  • Worldview
  • Interpersonal Style
  • Client Motivation and the Process of Change: The Transtheoretical Model
  • The Role of Theory in Counseling
  • Foundational Theories for Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • Theories of Human Development
  • Ecological Perspective
  • Theories of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental Illness
  • Approaches to Mental Health Promotion
  • Prevention in the Context of Promoting Mental Health
  • Conclusion: The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Paradigm
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 4 Traditional and Contemporary Theories of Counseling
  • Traditional and Contemporary Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Object Relations
  • Individual Psychology (Adlerian Therapy)
  • Behavior Therapy
  • Cognitive Approaches
  • Humanistic Therapies and Existential Theory
  • Narrative Therapies
  • Feminist Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Part 2 The Credentialing and Practice of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Chapter 5 Education, Licensure, and Certification
  • Academic Preparation for Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • The CACREP Model for the Training of Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • CACREP Standards for Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs
  • Foundations
  • Contextual Dimensions
  • Practice
  • Professional Practice Standards in the Training of Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • The Credentialing of Clinical Mental Health Counselors
  • Registry
  • Certification
  • Licensure
  • Contemporary Issues in Education and Credentialing of Counselors
  • Licensure for Clinical Mental Health Counselors in All 50 States: What Comes Next?
  • Portability
  • Controversies and Growing Pains
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 6 Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • The Significance of Ethical Codes and the Law
  • The Relationship Between the Law and Codes of Ethics
  • Foundational Principles of Ethical Codes
  • Codes of Ethics
  • The Role of the ACA Ethics Committee and Investigation of Alleged Violations
  • Specific Ethical and Legal Issues
  • Competence and Scope of Practice
  • Informed Consent: Client’s Rights and Responsibilities
  • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  • Protection of Clients or Others from Harm
  • Professional Boundaries and Dual Relationships
  • Application of Technology in Counseling
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 7 The Practice of Clinical Mental Health Counseling: What We Do
  • Application of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Paradigm
  • Stages of Helping
  • Establishing the Relationship
  • Assessing or Defining the Presenting Problem
  • Identifying and Setting Goals
  • Choosing and Implementing Interventions
  • Planning and Introducing Termination and Follow-Up
  • Modalities of Intervention
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Work
  • Family Counseling
  • Consultation
  • Advocacy
  • Contemporary Trends Influencing Treatment Processes
  • The Postdeinstitutionalization Era
  • Least Restrictive Treatment
  • Evidence-Based Treatments
  • Recovery and the Consumer Movement
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 8 Contexts for Professional Practice: Where Clinical Mental Health Counselors Work
  • Clinical Mental Health Counselors on the Job: Special Populations
  • Homelessness and Mental Health
  • Treating Persons with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
  • Treating Clients with Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders
  • Community Mental Health and Corrections
  • Community Mental Health, Disaster Response, and Emergency Management Systems
  • Clinical Mental Health Counselors on the Job: Selected Work Settings
  • Agency/Community Mental Health Centers
  • Private Practice
  • Substance Use Treatment Programs
  • Small College Counseling Center
  • University Health Service
  • In the Barn: Equine Therapy
  • Home-based Therapy
  • Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Health Care Settings
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 9 Appraisal and Research in the Practice of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Appraisal
  • The Uses of Tests
  • Key Concepts and Principles in Appraisal
  • Categories of Appraisal Techniques
  • Ethical Practice in Appraisal
  • Test Selection
  • Test Administration
  • Test Interpretation
  • Test Reporting
  • Research
  • Key Concepts and Principles in Research
  • Specific Models of Research Design
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Ethical Practice in Research
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 10 Professional Practice in Multicultural Contexts
  • Diversity and Multiculturalism in America
  • Multiculturalism as the Fourth Force in Counseling
  • Key Definitions and Concepts
  • Barriers to Effective Multicultural Counseling
  • Resistance
  • Cultural Encapsulation
  • Misapplication of Traditional Theories and Techniques
  • Systemic Barriers Within Counseling Delivery Systems
  • Language Barriers and Miscommunication
  • Mistrust
  • Foundational Principles in Multicultural Counseling
  • Activation of Schemas and Confirmatory Bias
  • Between- and Within-Group Differences
  • Racial/Cultural Identity Development
  • Acculturation
  • Multiple Identities
  • Multiple Heritage Identity Development
  • The Culturally Competent Counselor
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Part 3 Contemporary Issues and Trends
  • Chapter 11 Managed Care and Third-Party Reimbursement
  • The Context of Managed Care and Its Development
  • Financial Risk and the Rise of Insurance Companies
  • The Push Toward Managed Health Care
  • What Is Managed Care?
  • Procedures for Reducing Utilization
  • Procedures for Controlling Price Per Unit
  • Impact on the Practice of Mental Health Counseling
  • Responses of Mental Health Practitioners to the Contemporary Economic Context
  • Conclusion: Surviving in the Era of Managed Care
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 12 Community Mental Health: Program Development, Evaluation, and Management
  • Historical Background: Community Mental Health in the United States
  • A Model of Mental Health Delivery Systems
  • Assessment of the Needs and Wants of Service Recipients
  • Mission
  • Goals, Objectives, and Program Outputs
  • Programs
  • Working Knowledge, Skills, and Resource Supports
  • Environmental Supports: Technology and Facility
  • Program Evaluation
  • Funding Programs Through Grants
  • Program Supervision, Management, and Leadership
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Chapter 13 The Future of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Current Factors Influencing the Profession
  • Professional Credentialing
  • Consolidation of Professional Identity
  • Political and Socioeconomic Climate
  • New Models and Delivery Systems
  • Contemporary Trends in the Application of Counseling Theory
  • Spirituality in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Biologicalization of Psychopathology and Wellness: Psychopharmacology, Neuroscience, and Neurocounse
  • Economic Context and Application of Theory in Professional Practice
  • Strengths of Contemporary Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Struggles of the Contemporary Clinical Mental Health Counseling Profession
  • How to Live Who We Are: Enacting the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Paradigm
  • Conclusion
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Activities
  • References
  • Appendix A National Professional Associations
  • Appendix B Selected Professional Training Institutes
  • Appendix C Licensure Boards
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