Child and Adolescent Counseling

by Brenda Jones (Author), Beth Durodoye (Author)
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"I am impressed with the layout, the writing, and the integrative nature of this volume. It should have a long shelf life, for it is extremely comprehensive and will be relevant for years to come."

-Samuel T. Gladding, PhD, LPMHC, CCMHC, NCC

Professor of Counseling
Wake Forest University
Fellow in the American Counseling Association
Past President of the American Counseling Association

This the first text to fully integrate the developmental, systemic, multicultural, and relational elements of child and adolescent counseling. This unique approach emphasizes the powerful interconnections supporting effective child and adolescent counseling with creative and time-efficient methods. Supported by CACREP standards, competencies, and outcomes, this book features best practice strategies and techniques to aid counselors-in-training who will be assisting children, adolescents, and their families in developing transformative coping methods while navigating contemporary issues. This textbook is distinguished by its broad and holistic focus as a means of increasing counseling efficacy and applies to a range of therapeutic modalities.

The text advocates for a multisensory approach, using creative props, expressive arts, and interactive activities that helps to foster change by harnessing the learning styles best suited to individual children and adolescents. Based in theory yet highly practical,  time-efficient, real-world counseling methods are illustrated through case studies, vignettes, and verbatim counseling sessions that are tailored to the needs of today's child and adolescent counselor. The book presents a comprehensive toolkit to foster engagement and assist the future counselor in grasping key concepts. Pedagogical aids include learning objectives, key terms, learning activities, case studies, points to remember, chapter summaries, and questions for further study. Abundant instructor resources include sample syllabi, an instructor's manual with experiential activities and assessment rubrics, additional chapter discussion questions and resources, a test bank, and PowerPoint slides. Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers.

Key Features:

  • Grounded in a unique integrated approach encompassing developmental, systemic, multicultural, and relational elements and innovative and time-efficient practices
  • Applies to a range of therapeutic modalities including school, marriage, couples and family, clinical mental health, clinical rehabilitation counseling, and more
  • Illustrates time-efficient counseling methods through case studies, vignettes, and examples from actual client and counselors-in-training sessions
  • Highlights contemporary issues including incarcerated parents, sexual minorities, military influences and same-sex parents.
  • Infused with CACREP standards, competencies and outcomes to help with accreditation and prepare students for exams
  • Edited and authored by educators and authors with a wealth of professional expertise
  • Includes learning objectives, key terms, charts, tables and figure, questions for further study and chapter summaries

Publication date
May 14, 2021
Publisher
Page count
500
ISBN
9780826147646
Paper ISBN
9780826147639
File size
13 MB