With expanded content and an emphasis on Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP) standards, this user-friendly yet scholarly text again provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of community counseling. * Examines the many roles and functions community counselors perform, the variety of settings in which their work is done, and how that work differs from one client population to another. * Emerging issues and trends in the field are given appropriate attention* First-person narratives throughout the text explore specific challenges and opportunities associated with particular areas of expertise.
Table of Contents
PART I -- Historical and Professional Foundations of clinical mental health counseling CHAPTER 1 Historical Overview of the Counseling Profession CHAPTER 2 Professional Identity CHAPTER 3 Ethical and Legal Considerations CHAPTER 4 Clinical Mental Health Counseling in a Diverse Society CHAPTER 5 Current and Emerging Influences PART II -- Roles and Functions of CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS CHAPTER 6 The Counseling Process CHAPTER 7 Client Assessment and Diagnosis CHAPTER 8 Essential Counseling Services: Crisis Intervention, Prevention, Advocacy, and Evaluation PART III -- WORKING WITH SPECIFIC POPULATIONS CHAPTER 9 Working with Groups CHAPTER 10 Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling CHAPTER 11 Counseling Adults CHAPTER 12 Counseling Children and Adolescents PART IV -- CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING SETTINGS AND SERVICES CHAPTER 13 Community Agencies, Medical Settings, and Other Specialized Clinical Settings CHAPTER 14 Career Counseling, Employee Assistance Programs, and Private Practice Settings Epilogue Appendix A AppendixB AppendixC References Name Index Subject Index