Counseling Adults in Transition Linking Schlossberg's Theory with Practice in a Diverse World

ISBN-10: 0826106358

ISBN-13: 9780826106353

Edition: 4th 2011

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List price: $65.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 344
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
What Do We Need to Know?
Adult Development Theories
Theoretical Approaches to Understanding Adulthood
The Developmental Perspective
The Contextual Perspective
The Life-Span Perspective
The Transition Perspective
Applying the Theoretical Perspectives
Case of the Disabled Teacher
Case of the Single Expectant Mother
Conclusion
The Transition Framework
Overview of the Transition Model
Approaching Transitions
Types of Transitions
Summary
The Transition Process
William Bridges- Endings, Neutral Zones, Beginnings
Frederick Hudson-Cycle of Renewal
Bloch and Richmond-Hope and Spirituality
Chaos Theory of Transitions
Unifying Themes-An Integrated Model
Retirement-An Example of the Transition Process
The Resolution
Summary
Factors That Influence Transitions
The 4 S System: Some Considerations
Balancing Assets and Liabilities
Appraisal of Transitions
Options and Diversity
The 4 S System: A Detailed View
Situation
Self
Support
Strategies
Assets and Liabilities: Another Look
What Are We Likely to Hear?
Individual Transitions
Situation
Triggers
Timing
Duration
Source of Control
Self
Identity
Autonomy
Spirituality
Past Experience
Self-Efficacy
Support
Types of Support
Strategies
Reframing
Selective Denial
Hope and Optimism
Exercises
Relationship Transitions
Types of Transitions
Partnering Relationships
Divorce
Widowhood
Remarriage
Parenting Issues
Grandparenting Issues
Eldercare
Death of a Parent
Friendships
Recurring Issues
Intimacy
Belonging
Mattering
Assessing Resources: Looking at the 4 S's
Situations
Self
Support
Strategies
Summary
Exercises
Work Transitions
Issues Related to Situation
Triggers
Timing and Concurrent Stress
Control/Source
Previous Experience With a Similar Transition
Summary
Issues Related to Self
Salience and Balance
Resilience or Adaptability
Self-Efficacy
Meaning Making
Summary
Issues Related to Support
Issues Related to Strategies
Moving In, Through, Out, and Back (Again) Into Work
Moving In
Moving Through
Moving Out
Moving In Again
Gender Differences
Summary
Exercises
What Can We Do With What We Know and Hear?
Individual Counseling
Hackney and Cormier's Counseling Model
Relationship Building
Assessment
Goal Setting
Interventions
Termination and Follow-Up
The Transition Model and the Hackney-Cormier Model: An Integrative Approach
Assessment
Goal Setting
A Case Study
Interventions
Behavioral Interventions
Conclusion
Exercises
Helping Clients Deal With Nonevent Transitions
Understand Nonevents
Where Do Unmet Dreams Reside?
What Triggers Nonevents?
What Types of Nonevents Exist?
Are All Nonevents the Same?
Listen With a Third Ear
Develop Specific Strategies for Clients to Use as They Cope with Nonevents
Discovering
Tell Your Story
Grieving
Sharing the Loss of a Dream With a Group
Refocusing
Reshaping
Developing a Nonevent Ritual
Your Dream Reshaping
Lessons for Life Literacy
Always Have a Plan B
Challenge Assumptions About "Age-Appropriate Behavior"
Explore Options Even if You Think There Are None
It Is Never Too Late to Put Meaning Back in Your Life
Practice Lessons for Life Literacy
Conclusion
Group Counseling
Group Counseling as a Modality
Therapeutic Factors in Group Counseling
Cautions About Group Counseling
Types of Groups
Cultural Diversity
Characteristics of Effective Groups
Illustrative Groups for People Facing Transitions
Groups for Persons With Particular Illnesses
Life Review Groups
Groups for Couples and Families
Groups for Caregivers
Career Exploration and Planning Groups
Group Interventions for a Challenging Social Context
Using the 4 S Model With groups
Situation
Self
Support
Strategies
Working With Self-Help and Web-Based Groups
Advantages and Limitations of Self-Help Groups
How Counselors Relate to Self-Help Groups
Self-Help Groups: A Summary
Summary
Exercises
Consultation, Program Development, and Advocacy
Consulting With Organizations and Their Employees
A Case Study of the Transition Model in Action
Developing Programs and Workshops
Designing Programs
Designing and Presenting Workshops
A Sampling of Workshops
Working as Advocates
The Case of the Reluctant Gadfly
The Case of the Furious Job Counselor
Advocacy as Empowerment
Acting at the Local, State, and National Level
Summary
Exercises
References
Index
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