For courses in Counseling Process; Counseling Skills and Techniques; and Practicum and Internship .
This concise, yet thorough, book presents the theoretical origins of each technique and then provides the basic steps or procedures for implementing each technique, followed by common variations of these procedures documented in the literature. To demonstrate real-life applications of how each technique can be used in counseling, case examples are presented. Designed to prepare students to enter their field with sound ideas for applying theory-based techniques to their counseling, it provides hands-on help for working with clients from all backgrounds to create changes in their lives and meet their counseling goals. The book is ideal as either a secondary text in a theories/techniques practicum or internship, or in an advanced or applied skills course.