Clinical Experiences in Counseling gives interns and practicum students the practical, nitty-gritty information and skills they need to successfully complete their clinical experiences, and proudly join the counseling profession with confidence. Packed with case examples, self-assessments, activities, and “voices from the field,” it bridges the gap between theory and practice at the most critical juncture of their training—practicum and internship. Included is ready-to-use information on such critical topics as integrating theory and practice, building relationship, setting goals, record keeping, expectations and getting the most out of the supervision process, assessment and intervention, wellness and developing healthy work and personal habits, applying law and ethics in everyday practice, working with special issues and populations, self assessment, and more.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Matching Goals, Developing Skills and Getting the Most Out of Clinical Placements by Rachel M. Hoffman and Bradley T. Erford
Chapter 2: The Supervision Process by Catherine Y. Chang, Caroline O’Hara, and Lindy K. Parker
Chapter 3: The Many Details of a First Impression by Robin Wilbourn Lee, Jennifer Jordan, Kristi Gibbs, and Jeannine R. Studer
Chapter 4: Integrating Theory into Practice by Dana Heller Levitt, Alissa Darnell, Bradley T. Erford, and Ann Vernon
Chapter 5: Record Keeping: What to Include and What to Leave Out by James Jackson and Charlotte Daughhetee
Chapter 6: Putting Ethics and Law into Practice by Lynn E. Linde and Bradley T. Erford
Chapter 7: Special Populations and Issues by Victoria E. Kress and Matthew J. Paylo, and Nicole A. Adamson
Chapter 8: Multicultural Counseling and Its Multiple Applications by José A. Villalba
Chapter 9: Assessing and Intervening with Clients in Danger and Crisis by Linda Foster, Paul Hard, Laura L. Talbott, and Mary L. Bartlett
Chapter 10: Practicing Professional Responsibility by Stephanie G. Puleo, Charlotte Daughhetee, and Jason M. Newell
Chapter 11: Wrapping It Up by Nicole A. Adamson and Bradley T. Erford
Chapter 12: Other Pertinent Issues in Counseling Practice by Elisabeth Bennett
Chapter 13: Counselor Self-Care by Kerry Thon
Chapter 14: From Envisioning to Actualization: Marketing Yourself in the 21st Century
by Daniel S. Testa, Jessica A. Headley, and Nicole A. Adamson