Helping Skills Facilitating Exporation, Insight and Action

ISBN-10: 1557985723

ISBN-13: 9781557985729

Edition: 1999

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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 401
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.640

Labs list
Acknowledgments
Preface
Overview
Becoming an Effective Helper
What Is Helping?
When Do People Seek Help From Others?
Does Helping Work?
On Becoming a Helper
Organization of This Book
Using the Practice Elements of This Book
Is This Book Right for You?
Concluding Comments
Theoretical Foundation of the Three-Stage Model of Helping
Assumptions Underlying the Three-Stage Model
Three-Stage Model
Essential Components of All Three Stages
Concluding Comments
Process of Helping
Background Variables
Context Variables
Moment-by-Moment Interactional Sequence
External World
Outcome
Empirical Research on the Three-Stage Model of Helping
Concluding Comments
Ethical Issues in Helping
An Overview of Ethics
General Ethical Principles
Ethical Guidelines for Beginning Helpers
Working Through an Ethical Dilemma
Concluding Comments
Exploration Stage
Overview of the Exploration Stage
Theoretical Background: Rogers's Client-Centered Theory
Goals for the Exploration Stage
Difficulties Helpers Experience in the Exploration Stage
Strategies for Overcoming the Difficulties and Managing Anxiety
Concluding Comments
Attending and Listening
Cultural Rules for Attending and Listening
Types of Attending Behaviors
Empirical Evidence
How to Use Attending Behaviors
How to Listen
Effects of Attending and Listening
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Attending and Listening
Concluding Comments
Restatement
Intentions
Why Use Restatements?
Empirical Evidence
How to Use Restatements
Effects of Restatement
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Restatements
Open Question
Intentions
Why Use Open Questions?
Empirical Evidence
How to Ask Open Questions
Effects of Open Questions
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Delivering Open Questions
Reflection of Feelings
Intentions
Why Use Reflection of Feelings?
Empirical Evidence
How to Reflect Feelings
Effects of Reflection
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Delivering Reflection
Additional Skills for the Exploration Stage
Information About the Process of Helping
Approval and Reassurance
Closed Questions
Self-Disclosures for Exploration
Concluding Comments
Integrating the Skills of the Exploration Stage
Conducting the Exploration Stage
Helper Tasks
Dealing With Problematic Clinical Situations
An Example of an Extended Interaction
Ideas for Research
Insight Stage
Overview of the Insight Stage
Theoretical Background: Psychoanalytic Theory
Goals for the Insight Stage
Skills Used in the Insight Stage
Difficulties Helpers Experience in the Insight Stage
Strategies for Overcoming the Difficulties
Concluding Comments
Challenge
Types of Challenges
Intentions
Why Use Challenges?
Empirical Evidence
How to Challenge
Effects of Challenge
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Challenges
Interpretation
Intentions
Why Give Interpretations?
Empirical Evidence
How to Interpret
Sources of Data for Developing Interpretations
Effects of Interpretation
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Interpretation
Self-Disclosure
Intentions
Why Use Self-Disclosures?
Empirical Evidence
How to Self-Disclose
Effects of Self-Disclosure
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Self-Disclosures
Immediacy
Intentions
Why Use Immediacy?
Empirical Evidence
How to Use Immediacy
Effects of Immediacy
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Immediacy
Integrating the Skills of the Insight Stage
How to Integrate Skills in the Insight Stage
Development of Hypotheses About Client Dynamics
Difficulties Helpers Experience in the Insight Stage
An Example of an Extended Interaction
Ideas for Research
Action Stage
Overview of the Action Stage
Cognitive-Behavorial Theories
Goals of the Action Stage
Skills Used in the Action Stage
Difficulties Helpers Experience in the Action Stage
Strategies for Overcoming the Difficulties
Concluding Comments
Information
Types of Information
Intentions
Why Give Information?
Empirical Evidence
How to Give Information
Effects of Giving Information
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Providing Information
Direct Guidance
Types of Direct Guidance
Directives Through Self-Disclosure
Intentions
Why Give Direct Guidance?
Empirical Evidence
How to Give Direct Guidance
Effects of Direct Guidance
Difficulties Helpers Experience in Using Direct Guidance
Integrating the Skills of the Action Stage
Steps to Take in the Action Stage
An Example of an Extended Interaction
Ideas for Research
Final Thoughts
Putting It All Together
How to Manage Sessions
Conceptualizing Client Problems
Termination
Examples of an Extended Interaction
Concluding Comments
References
Helper Intentions List
Helping Skills System
Using the Helping Skills System for Research
Client Reactions System
Client Behavior System
Process Notes
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Authors
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