Handbook of Counselor Preparation Constructivist, Developmental, and Experiential Approaches

ISBN-10: 1412991773

ISBN-13: 9781412991773

Edition: 2011

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List price: $140.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/1/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.706
Language: English

Karen Eriksen is the founder and CEO of the Eriksen Institute for Ethics. The Institute promotes Conscious and Reflective Leadership � an approach to reflecting and becoming intentional about developing character and grounding one's organization in ethics; building the personal and interpersonal capacities of one's employees or members; and pursuing optimal development. Dr. Eriksen earned doctorate in education from George Mason University and a master�s in psychology from California State University, Fullerton. She spent 15 years as a nationally known presenter, trainer, and counseling profession leader; 25 years training counselors privately and as a university professor, researcher, and author; and 18 years as a marriage and family therapist. Dr. Eriksen regularly inspires groups, organizations, universities, and businesses in their character and ethics aspirations, interpersonal relations and communication, conflict resolution, and development. She has authored eight books on related topics.

Garrett J. McAuliffe is University Professor of Counselor Education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. His work focuses on culture, constructivism, counselor education, and career. He received his doctorate in counseling from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his master's degree at the University of Albany. He has written or co-written six books on topics ranging from workiing with troubled youth to culturally alert counseling. He has created models for cultural de-centering and health-oriented client assessment. He received his bachelor's degree in literature from Queens College in New York City. He spent thirteen years as a community college and university counselor. Previous to that, he was a public school teacher in New York.

Preface
Foundations: Constructivism, Development, Culture, and Teaching
Constructing Counselor Education
Deep Learning: The Work of Dewey, Kohlberg, and Kolb
Guidelines for Constructivist-Developmental Education
Who are the Learners? Phases of Counselor Development
A Primer on Six Key Teaching Strategies: Guide to Lecturing, Discussion, Questioning, Small Groups, Reading and Writing, and Improvisations
A Guide to Individual Courses and Topics in the Counselor Education Curriculum
Teaching Introduction to Counseling
Constructing the Counseling Skills Course-
Teaching Theories for the Constructivist Counselor
Teaching Assessment and Testing Yegan Pillay and Sheri Pickover
Teaching Group Counseling: A Constructivist Approach
Teaching Research Methods for Counselors
Teaching Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling
Teaching Lifespan Development
Teaching Career Development
Creating Courses in Constructivist Supervision
Creating Constructivist Courses in Practicum and Internship
Teaching the Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Course
Teaching Counseling Children and Adolescents
Teaching Family Counseling
School Counseling Preparation within a Developmental Constructivist Framework
Teaching Community Agency/Mental Health Counseling and Crisis Intervention
Teaching Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling
Innovative Program Practices
What Do Students Know and What Can They Do? Assessing Competence in Counselor Education
The Use of Technology in Counselor Education and Supervision
Narrative/Post-Modern Perspectives on Counselor Education
Conclusions
Implementing Constructivist Counselor Education: Pushing the Zone of Proximal Development
Teaching Introduction to Counseling
Teaching Theories for the Constructivist Counselor
Teaching Assessment and Testing
Teaching Group Counseling: A Constructivist Approach
Teaching Research Methods for Counselors
Teaching Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling
Teaching Lifespan Development
Creating Courses in Constructivist Supervision
Creating Constructivist Courses in Practicum and Internship
Teaching the Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Course
Teaching Counseling Children and Adolescents
Teaching Family Counseling
School Counseling Preparation Within a Developmental Constructivist Framework
Teaching Community Agency/Mental Health Counseling and Crisis Intervention
Teaching Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling
What Do Students Know and What Can They Do? Assessing Competence in Counselor Education
The Use of Technology in Counselor Education
Narrative/Post-Modern Perspectives on Counselor Education
Teaching Career Development
Constructing Counselor Education
Foundations for Teaching and Learning: The Work of Dewey, Kohlberg, and Kolb
Who Are the Learners? Phases of Counselor Development
A Primer on Six Key Teaching Strategies: Lecturing, Discussions, Reading, Writing, Small Group Discussion, and Improvisations
Teaching Counseling Skills
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