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Conceptualizing the Evaluation of Clinical Counseling- - William D. Eldridge

Conceptualizing the Evaluation of Clinical Counseling-


Published: 20th February 1997
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This book, with over 1500 clinical and psychotherapeutic references, is a thorough, comprehensive, clinically analytic, and multi-theoretical/disciplinary discussion of all aspects of the self-evaluative process in providing casework and counseling services. Dr. Eldridge brings nearly 25 years of psychotherapeutic experience and clinical teaching expertise to bear, in presenting extremely detailed and rigorously complete definitions, manifestations, decision junctures, psychodynamics, role perspectives, and interpretative options in each of the following broad contents of the clinical panorama: clinical inputs, client outcomes, therapeutic process, self-assessment, diagnostic profile, counselor style, client deficiencies and resistance, organizational norms, and philosophical paradigm for practice. This book is not intended to provide a simple answer to the complex frustration of psychosocial therapeutic practice but, instead, digs deep into the most inner workings of all aspects of this fascinating and challenging puzzle of human growth and development.

Problems Related to the Evaluation of Clinical Counselingp. 1
Evaluation of Characteristics of Clientsp. 23
Intrapsychic and Sociopsychic Perception of Clinical Counselors and Clientsp. 153
Clinical Inputsp. 271
Clinical Outcomesp. 505
Implications of Clinical Evaluationp. 617
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ISBN: 9780761806790
ISBN-10: 0761806792
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 660
Published: 20th February 1997
Publisher: UNIV PR OF AMER
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.84 x 15.19  x 3.43
Weight (kg): 0.85