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BK
3rd ed.
Pacific Grove : Brooks/Cole, c2003
xvii,342 s. : il.

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ISBN 0-534-50626-7 (váz.)
Obsahuje ilustrace, tabulky, bibliografické citace, resumé, předmluvu, úvod, věcný a jmenný rejstřík
Komunity - poradenství - studie
Poradenství - práce sociální - studie
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Contents // Foreword xiii Preface xvii // CHAPTER 1 // The Community Counseling Model // The Search for More Effective Counseling Paradigms 1 // The Traditional Counseling Paradigm 3 // Shifting Paradigms 4 // Community Counseling Defined 6 // Building Community: The Challenge of the 21 st Century 6 // RESPECTFUL Counseling 8 // Religious/Spiritual Identity 10 // Economic Class Background 11 // Sexual Identity 11 // Psychological Maturity 12 // Ethnic /Racial Identity 13 // Chronological /Developmental Challenges 13 // Trauma and Other Threats to Ones Well-Being 14 // Family Background and History 15 // Unique Physical Characteristics 16 // Location of Residence and Language Differences 16 // The Community Counseling Model 19 // Overview 19 Basic Assumptions 20 // The Role of the Community Counselor 27 // The Individual and the Environment 27 // A Multifaceted Approach Within a Multicultural Society 28 // Promoting Prevention 29 // From Model Concept to Model Program 30 // Direct Community Services: Prevention Education 31 Direct Client Services: Outreach and Counseling for Vulnerable Populations 32 // vi Contents // Indirect Community Services: Systemic Changes and Public Policy 33 // Indirect Client Services: Advocacy and Consultation 34 // A Unified Approach 35 // The Community Counseling Model in Action 36 // Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center 36 The "I Have a Future” Program 41 Ethics and the Community Counseling Framework 46 What Are Counselors to Do? 47 Summary
48 References 51 // CHAPTER 2 // Preventive Education 57 // A Rationale for Prevention 57 // The Limitations of Individual Counseling 58 // Resistance to Prevention 58 // Incorporating Preventive Strategies in Counseling Practice 59 Multicultural Considerations 59 // Stress: An Overview 60 // Theories of S tress 61 // The Cultural Specificity of Stress Reactions 62 The Universality of Stress Reactions 64 // Stress Management Interventions 64 // Controlling the Environment 65 Altering Mental Processes 66 Changing Lifestyles 67 Altering Physiological Responses to Stress 67 // The Stress Management Workshop 69 // Health Promotion Programs 70 Overview: A Holistic Approach 70 Health Promotion in an Urban Setting: // A Health Center for At-Risk Youth 72 Health Promotion in a Rural Setting: // The Madison County Health Project 76 Life Skills Training: Promoting Personal Competence 7 Definition and Importance of Life Skills 78 // Effectiveness of Life Skills Training Programs 79 Promoting Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Competencies 80 Gazda s Life Skills Training Model 81 // The Prepare Curriculum: Goldsteins Problem-Solving Program School-Based Preventive Life Skills Programs 84 // Violence Prevention and Conflict Resolution 85 // Contents // Summary 86 References 88 // CHAPTER 3 // Outreach to Vulnerable Populations 94 // Defining Vulnerable Populations 94 // An Equation for Psychological Health 95 Helping Clients Learn New Coping Strategies 96 // Model Outreach Programs 100 // Helping
People Cope with Marital Disruption 101 The Family Development Project: // Helping Pregnant Adolescents 105 Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Latinos /Latinos: // The lnquilinos Boricuas en Acción 109 Promoting the Wellness of Battered Women 112 Outreach to Children Who Witness Domestic Violence 116 Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 116 Definition of Crisis 117 // The Phases of Crisis 117 Suicide Prevention 119 // Summary 122 References 123 // CHAPTER 4 // Community Counseling and the Counseling Process 127 // The Role of Direct Counseling 128 // Four Models of Responsibility 128 LJnderstanding and Nurturing Hope 129 // Promoting Personal Responsibility 132 // Self-Efficacy 132 // Self-Managed Behavior Change 132 // Social Responsibility 134 // Promoting Social Responsibility by Fostering Competence // and Personal Responsibility 135 // Developmental S tages 13 6 // Multicultural Counseling and Therapy 141 // Systems Theory and Environmental Influences 144 // Family Counseling 145 // vi Ń– Ń– Contents // Postmodernism and Family Counseling 146 // Contextualism 147 // Counseling for Personal Liberation 151 // Practical Applications of Community Counseling 154 // Assessment 154 // Individual and Environmental Change 161 // Summary 168 References 169 // CHAPTER 5 // The Community Counselor as Social Change Agent 175 // The Role of Social Change Agent 177 // Barriers and Challenges 177 // Promoting Clients’ Empowerment Through Social Activism 182 // Ecological
Considerations in Counseling Practice 185 // Using an Ecological Approach with Culturally Diverse Clients 187 // Microsystems: School-Based Programs 191 // Mesosystems: Projects for School Development 194 // Exosystems: Neighborhood Organizations 196 Macrosystems: Shaping and Changing Society 202 Macrosystems: Shaping and Changing the Fields of Counseling and Psychology 204 Indirect Community Programs and Services as // Empowerment Strategies 206 Summary 209 // References 210 // CHAPTER 6 // Client Advocacy 215 // Distinguishing Client Advocacy from Counseling 216 // Stigmatization 217 // Labeling that Results from Disability or Impairment 217 Racial I Cultural S tereoty ping 218 // The Counselors Role 218 // Empowerment Through Self-Help Groups 220 // The "Helper-Therapy” Principle 221 The Ideology of Self-Help Groups 223 // Mutual Support in Self-Help Groups 225 Self-Help and Political Action: Disability Rights 227 // Contents ix // Self’Help and Volunteerism 232 // Fostering a Responsive Helping Network 234 Class Advocacy 235 Advocacy in a Multicultural Society 236 // Coalition Building 238 Community’Based Planning 241 // Consultation 244 Summary 250 // References 252 CHAPTER 7 // Applications of the Community Counseling Model 257 // Review of the Community Counseling Model 257 Mental Health Agencies 258 // Direct Community Services 258 // Direct Client Services 261 // Indirect Community Services 263 // Indirect Client Services 263 // Career Development Agencies 264
Direct Community Services 264 // Direct Client Services 265 Indirect Community Services 266 // Indirect Client Services 267 // Specialized Agencies and Programs 267 // Direct Community Services 268 // Direct Client Services 269 // Indirect Community Services 270 // Indirect Client Services 271 // Business and Industry 272 // Direct Community Services 273 // Direct Client Services 274 // Indirect Community Services 274 // Indirect Client Services 275 // Educational Settings 276 // Elementary and Secondary Schools 276 Direct Community Services 277 // Direct Client Services 279 // Indirect Community Services 280 // Indirect Client Services 281 // Cultural Considerations 282 // x Contents // Colleges and Universities 285 Summary 291 // References 294 // CHAPTER 8 // Managing the Community Counseling Program 298 // Planning 299 // Needs Assessment 299 // Goal Setting 302 Decision Making 302 Planning for Implementation 303 // Budgeting 303 // Sources of Revenue 304 // Organizing 306 // Contrasting Two Organizational Models 306 // Future Organizational Challenges 308 // Leadership and Supervision 310 // Leadership Style 310 // The Five Components of Effective Leadership 311 // The Supervisory Relationship 313 Multicultural Supervision 316 // Evaluation 320 // Process Evaluation 3 21 // Outcome Evaluation 321 // Unique Managerial Challenges 322 Summary 323 References 324 // Subject Index 327 // Author Index 337

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