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Counseling and Helping Skills: Critical Techniques to Becoming a Counselor – eBook

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  • Author: Edward Neukrug
  • File Size: 20 MB
  • Format: PDF (SCANNED copy)
  • Length: 324 Pages
  • Publisher: ‎Cognella Academic Publishin: 1st edition
  • Publication Date: December 5, 2018
  • Language: ‎English
  • ISBN-10: 1516536991, 1516574060
  • ISBN-13: 9781516536993, 9781516574063, 9781516537006, 9781516574230, 9781793516411, 9781793516428, 9781793516435

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About The Author

Edward S. Neukrug

Edward S. Neukrug

Dr. Edward Neukrug is a Professor of Counseling at Old Dominion University. Dr. Neukrug has made a substantial impact on the fields of counseling and human services. An author of over 11 textbooks and dozens of articles and chapters in ebooks, his works have been read by thousands of counseling and human services professionals and students. A leader in many counseling and human services associations, he has helped steer the fields toward the future. In addition, Professor Ed Neukrug was the architect of the original ethics code of the National Association of Human Services (NOHS) and served in a variety of capacities for professional associations. He has several open-access, free websites that focus on learning counseling theories, testing and assessment, understanding one's view of human nature, and more. Edward has received numerous awards for his work, including twice receiving the President's award from NOHS and recently receiving the American Counseling Association's (ACA) Fellows designation.

Neukrug’s Counseling and Helping Skills: Critical Techniques to Becoming a Counselor (PDF) provides counsellors and other helping professionals with a complete guide to developing the skills and competencies necessary to support a diverse spectrum of clients.

The text is divided into two sections. Part I begins with a chapter that describes nine characteristics of an effective counselor and then moves on to chapters that examine foundational, essential, and commonly used skills. Some skills discussed include nonverbal behaviors, forming an equal relationship, non-pathologizing, honoring and respecting clients, listening, empathy, affirmation giving, offering alternatives, self-disclosure, modeling, collaboration, and more. A separate chapter on information-gathering and solution-focused questions is provided next. Part I concludes with a chapter on specialized skills such as advocacy, assessment for lethality, confrontation, cognitive-behavioral responses, interpretation, positive counseling, life-coaching, and crisis, trauma, and disaster counseling.

Part II focuses on treatment issues, including chapters dedicated to case conceptualization; case management, such as DSM-5, psychotropic medications, writing case notes, and more; cultural competency, which describes models of culturally competent counselling and considerations when working with eleven select populations; ethical, professional, and legal issues, which examines the purpose of ethical codes, ethical decision-making, ten critical areas in ethical codes, vignettes, best practices, and malpractice insurance.

Comprehensive in nature and filled with valuable insight, Counseling and Helping Skills, is ideal for graduate-level counseling and related programs. It can also be used by those entering the helping professions to support their transition into the field and serve as a helpful ongoing reference.

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