Counseling Psychology 4/e

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Charles J. Gelso,Elizabeth Nutt Williams
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Preface Part I. The Scope and Goals of Counseling Psychology Chapter 1. An Introduction to Counseling Psychology Chapter 2. History of Counseling Psychology Chapter 3. Ethical Values of Counseling Psychologists Part II. The Science of Counseling Psychology Chapter 4. Research Strategies and Paradigms of Counseling Psychologists Chapter 5. Vocational Psychology: History and Recent Trends Chapter 6. Diversity and Social Justice Chapter 7. Working with Strengths: Counseling Psychology's Calling Chapter 8. Analyzing the Outcomes and Process of Counseling and Psychotherapy Part III. The Practice of Counseling Psychology Chapter 9. The Therapeutic Relationship Chapter 10. The Science and Practice of Assessment Chapter 11. The Psychodynamic Approach Chapter 12. The Cognitive-Behavioral Approach Chapter 13. The Humanistic-Experiential Approach Chapter 14. The Feminist Multicultural Approach Chapter 15. Career Counseling: Theories and Interventions Chapter 16. Therapeutic Groupwork: Beyond the Individual Chapter 17. Couple and Family Therapy Part IV. Careers in Counseling Psychology Chapter 18. Training and Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology
Charles J. Gelso, PhD, is Emeritus Professor and Co-Director of the Maryland Psychotherapy Clinic and Research Laboratory at the University of Maryland. He has published widely in the area of the therapeutic relationship, with particular emphasis on relational constructs of working alliance, real relationship, transference, and countertransference. His most recent books are The Real Relationship in Psychotherapy: The Hidden Foundation of Change, and The Therapeutic Relationship in Psychotherapy Practice: An Integrative Perspective. He has been editor of major journals in counseling psychology, and the recipient of many recognitions, including the Leona Tyler Award, the top award in counseling psychology. Elizabeth Nutt Williams, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at St. Mary's College of Maryland and has served as department chair and dean. She received her bachelor's from Stanford University and her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland. She's a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA), served on the APA Council of Representatives, and was president of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy. She has published two books: Counseling Psychology (with Charles Gelso) and The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Multicultural Counseling Psychology (with Carol Enns) as well as numerous empirical articles on psychotherapy process, feminist/multicultural counseling, and qualitative research.

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