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Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling : Power Electronics & Power Systems - Linda Seligman

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling

Power Electronics & Power Systems

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As the counseling field enters its second century, students and professionals face more challenges than ever before. Linda Seligman's essential text Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling has evolved as well, and this third edition synthesizes the latest developments with the spectrum of counseling interventions to create a vital source of practical, up-to-date information. The author recognizes clinicians' varied roles - mentor, mediator, teacher, coach - and keeps them all in focus, assuring her readers of more effective treatment for clients and steadier footing on their own career paths.Key features of the third edition: - An overview of the changing face of counseling, from emerging employment opportunities to core competencies for counselors and trainers. - A broad range of qualitative and quantitative assessment tools, with guidelines for their selection and interpretation. - A thorough review of the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of Mental Disorders, including strategies for multiaxial assessment. - The DO A CLIENT MAP, a comprehensive structured approach to treatment planning. - Expanded coverage of individual, family, and group interventions - An updated chapter on documentation, report writing, and record keeping, with sample reports and forms. - Brand-new chapters on career and organizational development counseling, and ethical standards for counselors. - A predictions chapter identifying trends most likely to influence the future of the field. - Case studies, models, and examples throughout.A worthy addition to any counselor education program, this important volume is equally useful to both beginning and seasoned counselors, whether the setting is the psychiatric clinic, the school, or the rehab center. Seligman clearly sets out the concepts and strategies the reader needs to know to be the flexible, proactive counselor of today - and tomorrow.

The Evolving Role of the Counselorp. 1
The Evolution of the Counseling Professionp. 1
Definitions of Counselingp. 2
Early History of the Counseling Professionp. 3
Counseling in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960sp. 4
Counseling in the 1970sp. 6
Counseling in the 1980sp. 7
Counseling in the 1990sp. 9
The Orlando Model Projectp. 10
Impact of Managed Carep. 10
The Mental Health Counselor of the 21st Centuryp. 12
Changes in Theory and Practicep. 13
Legislation Affecting the Counselor of the 21st Centuryp. 14
Profile of the Counselor of the 21st Centuryp. 15
Credentialing for Counselorsp. 16
National Certification for Counselorsp. 16
Other Certifications for Counselorsp. 18
State Licensure and Certification for Counselorsp. 18
Accreditation of Counselor Education Programsp. 19
The Education of the Mental Health Counselorp. 20
The Master's Degree in Counselingp. 20
The Doctoral Degree in Counselingp. 21
Professional Associations for Counselorsp. 21
The American Counseling Associationp. 21
The American Mental Health Counselors Associationp. 22
Competencies of the Mental Health Counselorp. 23
Opportunities for the Mental Health Counselorp. 31
Overview of the Roles of the Mental Health Counselorp. 31
Client Issues of Special Interest to Mental Health Counselorsp. 32
Age- and Stage-related Issuesp. 32
Multicultural Counselingp. 35
Family Issuesp. 37
Trauma and Crisisp. 38
Harmful Use of Substancesp. 40
Sexual and Other Addictionsp. 40
Chronic and Severe Mental Disordersp. 41
Counseling Related to Medical Conditions, Health, and Wellnessp. 41
Career Concernsp. 42
Other Issuesp. 43
Employment Settings for Mental Health Counselorsp. 43
Community Mental Health Centersp. 43
Couples and Family Counseling Agenciesp. 44
Rehabilitation Counseling Agenciesp. 44
Residential Facilitiesp. 47
Day Treatment Programsp. 47
Crisis Intervention Settingsp. 47
Career Counseling and Employment Agenciesp. 48
Employee Assistance Programs and other Opportunities in Business and Industryp. 48
Counseling in Schools and Collegesp. 49
Military and Government Settingsp. 50
Religious/Spiritual Counseling Settingsp. 50
Wellness and Prevention Settingsp. 51
Specific Focus Agenciesp. 51
Consulting and Coachingp. 52
Private Practicep. 53
Cybercounselingp. 53
Overview of Opportunitiesp. 54
The Mental Health Service Providersp. 54
The Mental Health Treatment Teamp. 54
The Mental Health Treatment Specialistsp. 55
Diagnostic Systems and Their Usep. 61
The Importance of Diagnosisp. 61
Benefits of Diagnosisp. 61
Controversies and Limitationsp. 63
Maximizing the Benefits of Diagnosesp. 64
Diagnostic Systemsp. 66
Development of the DSMp. 67
Definition of a Mental Disorderp. 68
Multiaxial Assessmentp. 68
Example of a Multiaxial Assessmentp. 70
The 17 Diagnostic Categoriesp. 71
Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescencep. 71
Delirium, Dementia, Amnestic, and Other Cognitive Disordersp. 74
Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical Conditionp. 75
Substance-Related Disordersp. 75
Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disordersp. 76
Mood Disordersp. 77
Anxiety Disordersp. 79
Somatoform Disordersp. 80
Factitious Disordersp. 81
Dissociative Disordersp. 82
Sexual and Gender Identity Disordersp. 83
Eating Disordersp. 84
Sleep Disordersp. 84
Impulse-Control Disorders Not Elsewhere Classifiedp. 85
Adjustment Disordersp. 86
Personality Disordersp. 86
Other Conditions That May Be A Focus of Clinical Attentionp. 88
Additional Codesp. 90
Making a Diagnosisp. 90
Decision Treesp. 90
Key Questions for Diagnosisp. 91
Supplements to the DSMp. 93
Cases for Diagnosisp. 93
Diagnosis of Casesp. 95
The Use of Assessment in Diagnosis and Treatment Planningp. 97
Overview of the Assessment Processp. 97
Historical Overview of Assessmentp. 97
Conducting an Effective Assessmentp. 98
Benefits of Assessmentp. 99
Areas of Assessmentp. 100
Setting the Stage for Assessmentp. 100
Planning the Assessmentp. 101
Formulating Assessment Questionsp. 101
Selection of Inventoriesp. 102
Preparing People for an Assessmentp. 103
Tools of Assessmentp. 103
Qualitative Approachesp. 103
Nonstandardized Quantitative Approachesp. 105
Standardized Quantitative Approachesp. 107
Types of Inventoriesp. 108
Measures of Abilityp. 108
Interest Inventoriesp. 111
Personality Inventoriesp. 112
Projective Personality Testsp. 115
Other Sources of Assessmentp. 117
Frameworks for Understanding Peoplep. 117
Developmental Frameworkp. 117
Multicultural Frameworksp. 118
Psychological Frameworks: Strengths and Difficultiesp. 118
Medical and Neurological Frameworksp. 121
Individualized Frameworksp. 122
Process of Analysis and Interpretationp. 122
Questions to Guide the Processp. 122
Guidelines for Interpretationp. 124
Examples of Frameworks for Interpretationp. 124
Testing Frameworkp. 124
Multicultural Frameworkp. 125
Developmental Frameworkp. 125
Diagnostic Frameworkp. 125
Defensiveness Frameworkp. 126
Discussionp. 126
Intake Interviews and Their Role in Diagnosis and Treatment Planningp. 127
Purpose of the Intake Interviewp. 127
Overview of the Intake Processp. 128
Intake Personnelp. 128
Information Gatheringp. 129
Depth and Duration of Intake Processp. 129
Nature of Clientp. 129
Relationship of Intake Process to Treatmentp. 130
Conducting an Intake Interviewp. 131
Interventionsp. 131
Sequence of Topics in an Initial Interviewp. 133
Recording Informationp. 133
Concluding the Intake Interviewp. 134
The Comprehensive Intake Interviewp. 134
Mental Status Examinationp. 135
Outline of an Extended Intake Interviewp. 138
Transcript of Extended Interviewp. 142
Nature of an Intake Reportp. 149
Report of Intake Interviewp. 150
The Brief Intake Interviewp. 154
Examples of Brief Intake Interview Reports and Information Formsp. 154
Making the Transition from Intake to Treatmentp. 158
The Nature and Importance of Treatment Planningp. 161
Importance of Treatment Planningp. 161
Suitability for Counselingp. 162
Motivationp. 162
Characteristics of the Clientp. 163
Nature of the Problemp. 164
Model for Treatment Planningp. 165
Diagnosisp. 166
Objectives of Treatmentp. 166
Assessmentp. 170
Clinicianp. 170
Locationp. 172
Interventionsp. 173
Emphasisp. 177
Number of Peoplep. 178
Individual Counselingp. 178
Group Counselingp. 179
Family Counselingp. 180
Timingp. 180
Length of Sessionsp. 181
Frequency of Counselingp. 181
Duration of Counselingp. 181
Pacing and Sequencingp. 182
Medicationp. 183
Deciding Whether to Refer for Medicationp. 187
Adjunct Servicesp. 188
Prognosisp. 189
Theories and Strategies of Individual Counselingp. 191
Effectiveness of Counselingp. 191
Psychodynamic Psychotherapyp. 193
Description of Approachp. 194
Application to Clientsp. 194
Individual Psychology/Adlerian Counselingp. 195
Description of Approachp. 195
Application to Clientsp. 196
Person-Centered Counselingp. 196
Description of Approachp. 197
Application to Clientsp. 198
Gestalt Counselingp. 198
Description of Approachp. 199
Application to Clientsp. 199
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapyp. 200
Description of Approachp. 201
Application to Clientsp. 201
Cognitive Therapyp. 202
Description of Approachp. 202
Application to Clientsp. 203
Behavior Therapyp. 203
Description of Approachp. 204
Application to Clientsp. 205
Reality Therapy/Choice Therapyp. 206
Description of Approachp. 206
Application to Clientsp. 207
Solution-Focused Brief Therapyp. 207
Description of Approachp. 208
Application to Clientsp. 208
Eclectic and Integrated Models of Counselingp. 209
Multimodal Behavior Therapyp. 209
Developmental Counseling and Therapyp. 210
Thinking-Feeling-Acting Modelp. 211
Adaptive Counseling and Therapy/Readiness Modelp. 211
Stages-of-Change Modelsp. 212
Other Models of Treatmentp. 212
Existential Therapyp. 212
Transpersonal Counselingp. 212
Postmodern, Constructivist, and Multicultural Approaches to Counselingp. 213
Motivational Interviewingp. 214
Power and Energy Therapiesp. 214
Additional Modelsp. 215
Sample Treatment Plansp. 215
Maria Sanchezp. 215
Marty Leonep. 218
Sample Casesp. 221
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Familiesp. 225
Importance of Family Counselingp. 225
Historical Developmentp. 225
Assessment of Family Functioningp. 227
Presenting Problemp. 228
Transgenerational Family Historyp. 229
Family Life Cyclep. 230
Family Structurep. 232
Communication and Interaction Stylesp. 234
Family Rules, Roles, and Valuesp. 234
Ethnic, Cultural, Spiritual, and Socioeconomic Backgroundp. 235
Differentiation of Selfp. 236
Significant Physical and Mental Conditionsp. 236
External Sources of Stress and Supportp. 237
Dynamics of Symptom Maintenancep. 237
Strengthsp. 238
Special Circumstancesp. 238
Structured Assessment of Couples and Familiesp. 238
Treatment Planning for Familiesp. 239
Theories of Family Counselingp. 242
Transgenerational/Systems Family Therapyp. 242
Experiential/Humanistic/Communications Approachp. 244
Structural Family Therapyp. 245
Cognitive Behavioral Family Counselingp. 246
Adlerian Family Counselingp. 248
Strategic Family Therapyp. 249
Solution-Focused Brief Family Therapyp. 250
Constructivist and Narrative Approaches to Family Counselingp. 251
Other Models of Family Counselingp. 251
Milan Systemic Family Therapyp. 251
Psychodynamic Family Counselingp. 252
Examples of Treatment Plans for Familiesp. 252
Treatment Plan for the Schwartz Familyp. 253
Cases for Treatment Planningp. 256
Assessment and Treatment Planning for Groupsp. 259
The Use of Groups in Counselingp. 259
Historical Development of Group Counselingp. 260
Skills of the Group Counselorp. 261
Initiating the Counseling Groupp. 262
Illustrative Case Studyp. 263
Importance of Motivationp. 264
Group Environmentp. 265
Group Developmentp. 265
Group Dynamicsp. 266
Planning the Treatmentp. 267
Diagnosisp. 267
Objectivesp. 268
Assessmentp. 269
Clinicianp. 269
Locationp. 270
Interventionsp. 271
Emphasisp. 271
Numbersp. 272
Timingp. 272
Medicationp. 273
Adjunct Servicesp. 273
Prognosisp. 274
Evaluationp. 274
Treatment Models for Group Counselingp. 276
Models Commonly Used in Both Individual and Group Counselingp. 276
Models Used Primarily in Group Settingsp. 282
Group Counseling in Contextp. 285
Roles and Styles of the Group Counselorp. 287
The Counselor as Fund-Raiserp. 287
The Counselor as Mediatorp. 287
The Counselor as Teacher/Trainerp. 288
The Counselor as Human Resource Specialistp. 288
The Counselor as Supervisorp. 288
Overview of Group Counselingp. 288
Cases for Diagnosis and Treatment Planningp. 289
Counseling For Career and Organizational Developmentp. 291
Overview of Chapterp. 291
Introduction to Career Development Counselingp. 291
Introduction to Organizational Developmentp. 292
Career Developmentp. 292
History of Career Development Research, Theory, and Practicep. 293
Factors Enhancing Development of the Fieldp. 294
Career Development and Contextp. 295
Career Concerns and Contextp. 295
Career Counseling Skillsp. 296
Theories of Career Counseling and Developmentp. 297
Trait and Factor Theoryp. 297
Personal Environment Correspondence Theoryp. 298
Holland's Typologyp. 298
Life-Span Life-Space Theoryp. 299
Circumscription and Compromise Theoryp. 301
Decision-Making Theoryp. 301
Theoretical Concepts of the Process of Career Decision-Makingp. 302
Hansen's Integrative Life Planningp. 303
Cognitive Information Processing Perspectivep. 303
Values-Based Theoryp. 304
Learning Theory of Career Counselingp. 304
Social-Cognitive Theoriesp. 305
Other Relevant Theoriesp. 306
Career Counseling with Diverse Clientsp. 306
Professional Development and Settings for Career Counselingp. 307
Organizational Developmentp. 308
History of Organizational Developmentp. 308
Theories of Organizational Developmentp. 309
Organizational Development and Counselingp. 310
The Organizational Development Processp. 311
The Intervention Processp. 315
Evaluationp. 316
Case Illustration in Organizational Developmentp. 317
Kick-Off and Assessmentp. 317
Interventionp. 318
Evaluation and Follow-upp. 319
Conclusionp. 319
Case Illustration of Career Development Counselingp. 320
Planning the Treatmentp. 321
Documentation, Report Writing, and Record Keeping in Counselingp. 325
Importance of Written Recordsp. 325
Assessment Referrals and Reportsp. 326
Referral for Assessmentp. 327
The Assessment Processp. 329
Psychological Assessment by a Counselorp. 333
Consent to Treatment Formp. 336
Sample Consent to Treatment Formp. 337
Intake Questionnairesp. 340
Safe-Keeping Contractsp. 340
Sample Safe-Keeping Contractp. 340
Release of Informationp. 341
Example of Release of Informationp. 341
Progress Notesp. 341
Evaluation of Counseling Effectivenessp. 344
Informal Evaluationsp. 344
Structured Interim Progress Reportsp. 346
Transfer Summaryp. 348
Case Conferencesp. 349
Closing Reportsp. 351
Follow-Up Evaluationsp. 353
Ethical and Professional Development for Counselorsp. 355
The Importance of Ethical and Professional Developmentp. 355
The Importance of Ethical Standards and Practicep. 355
General Ethical Principlesp. 356
Overview of ACA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practicep. 357
The Counseling Relationshipp. 357
Confidentialityp. 358
Professional Responsibilityp. 359
Relationships with Other Professionalsp. 360
Evaluation, Assessment, and Interpretationp. 360
Teaching, Training, and Supervisionp. 360
Research and Publicationp. 361
Resolving Ethical Issuesp. 362
Ethical Decision-Makingp. 363
Application of Ethical Decision-Making Modelp. 364
Cases for Ethical Decision-Makingp. 366
Professional Developmentp. 367
Developing Awareness of Your Strengths and Limitationsp. 368
Clarifying Your Professional Interests and Goalsp. 369
Expanding Your Knowledge Base and Conceptual Skillsp. 370
Earning Professional Degrees and Certificationsp. 371
Joining and Participating in Professional Associationsp. 372
Obtaining Employment as a Counselorp. 373
Criteria for Rewarding Internships and Employmentp. 373
Selecting Supervisors and Obtaining Supervisionp. 375
Becoming Credentialed in Your Professionp. 376
Credentialing Examinationsp. 377
Preparing for Credentialing Examinationsp. 381
Continuing Your Education and Development as a Counselorp. 382
Your Personal Professional Development Planp. 383
Future Trends and Predictions in Counselingp. 387
Three Editions of Predictionsp. 387
1986 Predictionsp. 387
1996 Predictionsp. 390
Current Predictionsp. 395
The Evolving Role of the Counselorp. 395
Opportunities for the Mental Health Counselorp. 396
Diagnostic Systems and Their Usep. 397
The Use of Assessment in Diagnosis and Treatment Planningp. 397
Intake Interviews and Their Role in Diagnosis and Treatment Planningp. 398
The Nature and Importance of Treatment Planningp. 398
Theories and Strategies of Individual Counselingp. 399
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning for Familiesp. 400
Assessment and Treatment Planning for Groupsp. 400
Counseling for Career and Organizational Developmentp. 401
Documentation, Report Writing, and Record Keeping in Counselingp. 401
The Importance of Ethical and Professional Developmentp. 402
Conclusionp. 403
Referencesp. 405
Appendixp. 419
Overview of Key Questions Applied to DSM-IV-TR Categoriesp. 420
Guide to Using the Tables to Make Diagnosesp. 421
Using the Key Questions to Make a Diagnosisp. 422
Disorders Characterized by Depressed or Elevated Moodp. 422
Disorders Characterized by Maladaptive Behavior, Impulsivityp. 423
Disorders First Evident in Early Yearsp. 423
Sexual Problemsp. 425
Eating Problemsp. 426
Sleeping Problemsp. 427
Problems of Impulse Controlp. 428
Disorders Characterized by Anxiety, not Primarily in Response to Physical Complaintsp. 429
Disorders Generally Characterized by Medically Unverified Physical Complaintsp. 430
Disorders Characterized by Psychosisp. 431
Disorders Characterized by Long-Standing, Pervasive Dysfunctionp. 432
Disorders Characterized by Cognitive/Memory Impairment or Dissociationp. 433
Indexp. 435
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ISBN: 9780306485145
ISBN-10: 0306485141
Series: Power Electronics & Power Systems
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 458
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.81 x 15.14  x 2.97
Weight (kg): 0.66
Edition Number: 3
Edition Type: Revised