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The Counseling Dictionary, Fourth Edition

The Counseling Dictionary, Fourth Edition
June 20, 2018
978-1-55620-372-5
212
$34.95
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The Life and Work of Carl Rogers

The Life and Work of Carl Rogers
978-1-55620-291-9
2009
752
$49.95
$69.95
$69.95

The Use of Relational-Cultural Theory in Counseling Clients

Title:
The Use of Relational-Cultural Theory in Counseling Clients Who Have Traumatic Stress Disorders
Description:
Counseling scholarship has increasingly demonstrated the utility of relational•cultural theory (RCT) in promoting the relationship building and growth•fostering connections many clients require to manage problems in living. The authors of this article apply RCT to counseling clients who have traumatic stress disorders rooted in traumas of an interpersonal nature (e.g., child abuse, sexual assault, interpersonal partner violence). An overview of traumatic stress disorders and RCT, as well as the ways in which RCT can inform trauma conceptualization and treatment approaches with victims, is here discussed.
Learning Objectives:
1.Examine how relational-cultural theory (RCT) can be applied when counseling clients who have traumatic stress disorders.
2.Explore ways in which RCT can inform trauma conceptualization and treatment approaches.

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
December 27, 2017
JCD Article. Text-Based
1
$22.00
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What Do We Know, or Think We Know

Title:
What Do We Know, or Think We Know, About How Counseling Works? And What Counselors Believe Matters Most - And Why Their Clients Disagree
Description:
Let’s acknowledge at the outset that there are decades of empirical research, not to mention practitioner anecdotes, to support the power, influence, and efficacy of counseling. This is True across a number of theoretical orientations, clinician styles, contexts, clinical specialties, diagnostic issues, and client problems. However, in spite of the confidence we might feel in the power of our profession to improve the quality of people’s lives, as well as to address their most challenging difficulties, we are by no means all in agreement as to why it works.In this initial overview of what we know, or at least what we believe may be the case, we review some of the consensual assumptions and common precepts about what most consistently produces the most satisfying outcomes—for both clients and their counselors.
Learning Objectives:
1.Understand operating assumptions and precepts about relationships in counseling
2.Examine major determining factors for successful counseling outcomes

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours

This CE is based on an ACA book. Click Relationships in Counseling and the Counselor's Life to view the Table of Contents and purchase the book.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
December 05, 2016
ACA Book Chapter. Text-Based
1
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