Research has shown that the most effective way to prepare students
for practice with real clients is for them to learn how to think in
a new way, rather than simply learning and using a set of steps.
While there is much to be learned from what master practitioners do
in their sessions, there is even more knowledge to gain from
learning how they think. In this text, the authors present a unique
approach to teaching and learning the fundamental skills and
interventions used in counseling and psychotherapy based on a
"nonlinear" process of thinking that more accurately reflects the
realities of mental health practice. This "nonlinear" approach to
therapy is based on authoritative research and a three-level model
of counselor experience that has been extensively studied. Each
domain is explored in great detail, and numerous clinical case
examples help paint a picture of master practitioners in action.
Engaging exercises also help readers to understand this new
approach and begin to think in a nonlinear way. After reading this
text, students and beginning counselors will be better equipped for
practice in the real world, embarking on a new, nonlinear path to
successful and meaningful practice.
|Country of origin:
Gerald J. Mozdzierz
• Paul R. Peluso
• Joseph Lisiecki
||Electronic book text
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