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Interviewing and Change Strategies for Helpers Fundamental Skills and Cognitive-Behavior Interventions

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ISBN-10: 0534537413

ISBN-13: 9780534537418

Edition: 5th 2003

Authors: Sherry Cormier, Paula S. Nurius

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List price: $130.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Brooks/Cole
Publication date: 8/7/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 670
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.036
Language: English

Sherry Cormier is a professor in the Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling and Counseling Psychology at West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia. She is a licensed psychologist in the state of West Virginia. Her current research and practice interests are in counseling and psychology training and supervision models, diversity issues, and issues impacting girls and women. She teaches a variety of courses for doctoral level students.

About This Book
Envision This
A Practice Nexus for the Helping Professions
An Overview of Helping
Format of the Book
Globalization
Information Technology in the New Millennium
Infotrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Building Your Foundation as a Helper
Objectives
Characteristics of Effective Helpers: Self-Awareness, Interpersonal Awareness, and Critical Thinking
Issues Affecting Helpers: Values, Diversity, and Ethics
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Understanding Nonverbal Behavior
Objectives
Client Nonverbal Behavior
How to Work with Client Nonverbal Behavior
Helper Nonverbal Behavior
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Ingredients of an Effective Helping Relationship
Objectives
Facilitative Conditions
Emotional Objectivity: Transference and Countertransference
The Working Alliance
Relationship Variables and Resistance
Relationship Strategies for Involuntary Clients
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Listening Responses
Objectives
Listening to Clients' Stories
Four Listening Responses
Listening for Understanding: Paraphrasing, Reflecting, and Basic Empathy
Barriers to Listening
Listening with Diverse Groups of Clients
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Relationship Enhancement Variables and Interpersonal Influence
Objectives
Strong's Model of Counseling as an Interpersonal Influence Process
The Interactional Nature of the Influence Process
Helper Characteristics or Relationship Enhancers
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Influencing Responses
Objectives
Influencing Responses and Timing
What Does Influencing Require of Helpers?
Six Influencing Responses
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Conceptualizing and Assessing Client Issues, Concerns, and Contexts
Objectives
What Is Assessment?
The Lazarus Model of Conceptualization: The BASIC ID
Our Assumptions About Assessment and Cognitive Behavior Therapy
The Person-in-Environment Model
The ABC Model of Behavior
Diagnostic Classification
Limitations of Diagnosis: Labels and Gender/Multicultural Biases
A Model Case
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Conducting an Interview Assessment with Clients
Objectives
Direct Assessment Interviewing
Intake Interviews and History
Mental-Status Examination
Cultural Issues in Intake and Mental-Status Interviews
Eleven Categories for Assessing Clients
Gender and Multicultural Factors in Interview Assessment
Limitations of Interview Leads in Assessment
Model Dialogue for Interview Assessment: The Case of Joan
Notes and Record Keeping
Client Self-Monitoring Assessment
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Identifying, Defining, and Evaluating Outcome Goals
Objectives
Outcome Goals and Their Purposes in the Helping Process
Cultural Issues in Outcome Goals
Change Issues in Outcome Goals
Resistance Issues in Outcome Goals
Interview Leads for Identifying Goals
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
Interview Leads for Defining Goals
Evaluation of Outcome Goals
Response Dimensions of Outcomes: What to Evaluate
Choosing Outcome Measures: How to Evaluate Outcomes
When to Evaluate Outcomes
Model Example: The Case of Joan
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Treatment Planning and Selection
Objectives
Treatment Planning: Common Factors and Specific Ingredients of Treatment
Factors Affecting Treatment Selection
Decision Rules in Planning for Type, Duration, and Mode of Treatment
Cost Effectiveness of Treatment
Multicultural and Gender Issues in Treatment Planning and Selection
The Process of Treatment Planning and Empowered Consent
Case Study: A Puerto Rican Woman Suffering from Ataques de Nervios
Termination Issues in Helping
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
Summary and Introduction to the Treatment Change Strategy Chapters
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Imagery and Modeling Strategies
Objectives
Participant Modeling
Multicultural Applications of Modeling
Model Dialogue: Participant Modeling
Client Imagery: Assessment and Training
Multicultural Applications of Imagery
Guided Imagery
Model Example: Guided Imagery
Covert Modeling
Model Dialogue: Covert Modeling
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Reframing, Cognitive Modeling, and Problem-Solving Strategies
Objectives
The Process of Reframing
Multicultural Applications of Reframing
Model Case: Reframing
Cognitive Modeling with Cognitive Self-Instructional Training
Model Dialogue: Cognitive Modeling with Cognitive Self-Instructional Training
Problem-Solving Therapy
Multicultural Applications of Problem Solving
Stages of Problem Solving
Model Example: Problem-Solving Therapy
Summary
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Cognitive Change and Cognitive Restructuring Strategies
Objectives
Developments in Cognitive Therapy
Uses of Cognitive Restructuring
Multicultural Applications of Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive Restructuring
Six Components of Cognitive Restructuring
Model Dialogue: Cognitive Restructuring
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Stress Management Strategies
Objectives
Stress and Coping
Cultural and Life Course Variations in Stress
The Physiology of Breathing and Stress
Steps for Breathing
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Diaphragmatic Breathing
Model Example: Diaphragmatic Breathing
Stress Inoculation: Processes and Uses
Seven Components of Stress Inoculation
Model Dialogue: Stress Inoculation
Spirituality in Practice
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Meditation and Movement Strategies
Objectives
Meditation: Processes and Uses
Applications of Meditation and Relaxation with Diverse Clients
Basic Meditation
Steps in Mindfulness Meditation
Steps for the Relaxation Response
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Meditation
Model Example: Mindfulness Meditation
Muscle Relaxation: Process and Uses
Steps of Muscle Relaxation
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Muscle Relaxation
Variations of Muscle Relaxation
Model Dialogue: Muscle Relaxation
Exercise Therapy
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Desensitization Strategies
Objectives
Reported Uses of Desensitization
Multicultural Variations of Anxiety and Use of Systematic Desensitization
Explanations of Desensitization
Components of Desensitization
Model Dialogue: Rationale for Desensitization
Model Dialogue: Identifying Emotion-Provoking Situations
Model Dialogue: Hierarchy Construction Using the Sud Scale
Model Dialogue: Selection of and Training in Counterconditioning Response
Model Dialogue: Imagery Assessment
Model Dialogue: Scene Presentation
Model Dialogue: Homework and Follow-Up
Problems Encountered During Desensitization
Variations of Systematic Desensitization
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Self-Management Strategies: Self-Monitoring, Stimulus Control, Self-Reward, Self-as-a-Model, and Self-Efficacy
Objectives
Clinical Uses of Self-Management Strategies
Multicultural Applications of Self-Management
Characteristics of an Effective Self-Management Program
Steps in Developing a Client Self-Management Program
Self-Monitoring: Purposes, Uses, and Processes
Steps of Self-Monitoring
Model Example: Self-Monitoring
Stimulus Control
Model Example: Stimulus Control
Self-Reward: Processes and Uses
Components of Self-Reward
Model Example: Self-Reward
Self-as-a-Model
Model Dialogue: Self-as-a-Model
Self-Efficacy
Multicultural Applications of Self-Efficacy
Model Example: Self-Efficacy
Summary
InfoTrac Explorations
Suggested Resources
Postevaluation
Postevaluation Feedback
Appendix
References
Name Index
Subject Index