The Oxford Handbook of Counseling Psychology

The Oxford Handbook of Counseling Psychology

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Counseling Psychology, one of the original specialties recognized in the profession of psychology, centers on and promotes clients' personal strengths during times of developmental transition or personal challenge and crisis. This tradition has led the discipline to excellence in areas such as improving vocational decision making and understanding client response during counseling. More recently, this tradition has been applied in new and exciting areas, such as understanding the role of multicultural factors among persons and society, responding to crises in life such as health threats and disasters, and enhancement of social justice in systems and communities. The Oxford Handbook of Counseling Psychology comprises chapters, all written by expert contributors, in four sections: foundations of the specialty; contextual variables such as ethnicity and social class; applications across individual, couple, family and group populations; and intersections of the specialty with new targets of client or context. Each chapter reviews the history of research, theory and application; analyzes current directions, and sets an agenda for the close future, again in theory, research and application. The handbook is a comprehensive and well written survey of many of psychology's domains of growing interest to students, professionals, and the public.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 960 pages
  • 193.04 x 259.08 x 55.88mm | 1,791.68g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0195342313
  • 9780195342314

About Elizabeth M. Altmaier

Elizabeth M. Altmaier, Ph.D., is Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa. Jo-Ida C. Hansen, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Counseling Psychology Program the University of Minnesota.show more

Table of contents

Contents ; Part One: Introduction and Overview ; 1. A View across the Life Span of Counseling Psychology ; Elizabeth M. Altmaier and Saba Rasheed Ali ; Part Two: Foundations ; 2. Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology ; Judy E. Hall ; 3. The Counseling Relationship ; Beth E. Haverkamp ; 4. Counseling Interventions: Theory and Research ; Martin Heesacker and James W. Lichtenberg ; 5. Process and Outcomes in Counseling and Psychotherapy ; Sara Maltzman ; 6. What Do We Know about Worklife across the Lifespan? ; Lisa M. Larson ; 7. Training and Supervision ; Nicholas Ladany and Arpana G. Inman ; 8. Measurement and Assessment in Counseling Psychology ; Jane L. Swanson ; 9. Methodologies in Counseling Psychology ; Nancy E. Betz and Ruth E. Fassinger ; 10. Ethics in Counseling Psychology ; Melba J. T. Vasquez and Rosie Phillips Bingham ; Part Three: Contextual Perspectives ; 11. Ethnic and Racial Identity in Counseling Psychology ; Kevin O. Cokley and Beverly J. Vandiver ; 12. Developing a Social Class and Classism Consciousness ; William Ming Liu ; 13. The Psychology of Girls and Women ; Bonnie Moradi and Janice D. Yoder ; 14. The Psychology of Boys and Men ; James M. O'Neil ; 15. Sexual Orientations and Identities: Critical Issues in Counseling Psychology ; Susan L. Morrow ; 16. Feminist Approaches to Counseling ; Carolyn Zerbe Enns ; 17. Disability: A Primer for Therapists ; Rhoda Olkin ; 18. Counseling Psychologists Working with Older Adults ; Tammi Vacha-Haase and Michael Duffy ; Part Four: Applications ; 19. Individual Counseling as an Intervention ; Mary Ann Hoffman ; 20. Prevention and Psychoeducation in Counseling Psychology ; Melissa L. Morgan and Elizabeth M. Vera ; 21. Career Counseling ; Robert C. Chope ; 22. Multicultural Counseling ; Jairo N. Fuentes ; 23. Spirituality, Religion, and Psychological Counseling ; Thomas G. Plante and Carl E. Thoresen ; 24. Group Counseling ; Robert K. Conyne ; 25. Couple and Family Therapy ; Myrna L. Friedlander and Gary M. Diamond ; Part Five: Intersections ; 26. Rehabilitation Psychology ; Timothy R. Elliott and Joseph F. Rath ; 27. School-Based Prevention of Peer Relationship Problems ; Dorothy L. Espelage and V. Paul Poteat ; 28. Counseling Health Psychology ; Margit I. Berman and Larry C. James ; 29. Counseling Psychology and Occupational Health Psychology ; Donald E. Eggerth and Thomas R. Cunningham ; 30. Sport Psychology ; Trent A. Petrie and Robert J. Harmison ; 31. Trauma Psychology ; Patricia A. Frazier ; 32. Counseling Psychologists as Consultants ; Stewart Cooper and Sandra L. Shullman ; 33. Social Justice in Counseling Psychology ; Nadya A. Fouad and Jeffrey P. Prince ; 34. Internationalization of Counseling Psychology ; Lawrence H. Gerstein and Stefania Aegisdottir ; Part Six: Conclusions ; 35. Contemporary Counseling Psychology ; Jo-Ida C. Hansen ; Indexshow more