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Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy : An Evidence-Based Approach.

By: Bertolino, Bob, PhD.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (321 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826141132.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy : An Evidence-Based ApproachOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Terminology -- How This Book is Arranged -- Reference -- Acknowledgments -- Share Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Evidence-Based Approach -- Chapter 1: The Influence of the Therapist -- An Evolution in Psychotherapy? -- The Good News, Bad News Conundrum -- The Good News -- The Bad News -- An Evolution in Context -- Methods, Models, and Techniques -- Are Some Models More Effective Than Others? -- Clarifying the Role of Methods and Models -- Training and Supervision -- Exploring Therapist Performance -- Three Risks to Therapist Effectiveness and Outcomes: Overprediction, Failure to Identify, and Bias -- Therapist Effects -- Personal Philosophy: The Therapist’s Worldview -- Myths About Therapist Effectiveness -- Toward Continuity -- The Reflective Practitioner -- References -- Chapter 2: Principles and Core Strategies of Effective Therapy -- Evidence-Based Practice and Empirically Supported Treatments: One and the Same? -- Defining Evidence-Based Practice -- Best Available Research -- Clinical Expertise -- Patient Characteristics, Culture, and Preferences -- Common Factors: A Brief History and Conundrum -- Evolving From the Common Factors -- The Third Wave: A Strengths-Based Perspective -- Research Comes of Age -- The Strengths-Based Approach Defined -- What Strengths-Based Is Not -- Strengths-Based Principles: From Evidence to Practice -- Principle 1: Expectancy and Hope Are Catalysts of Change -- Principle 2: Clients Are the Most Significant Contributors to Outcome -- Principle 3: The Therapeutic Alliance Makes Substantial and Consistent Contributions to Outcome -- Principle 4: Culture Influences and Shapes All Aspects of Human Life -- Principle 5: Effective Services Promote Growth, Development, Well-Being, and Functioning.
Putting the Pieces Together: Qualities and Actions of Effective Therapists -- References -- Chapter 3: Early Client Engagement -- The Alliance–Outcome Correlation -- A Few Words About Words: Strengths-Based Language and Conversations -- Strengthening the Alliance Through Collaboration Keys -- Collaboration Key 1: Orient Clients to Information-Gathering Processes -- Collaboration Key 2: Introduce Routine Outcome Monitoring -- Collaboration Key 3: Create Space -- Collaboration Key 4: Address Expectations -- Collaboration Key 5: Attend to Preferences -- References -- Chapter 4: Active Client Engagement (ACE): Information-Gathering Processes -- The 80/20 Rule in Action: Preparing for Change -- Strengths-Based Information Gathering -- Process 1: ROM in Practice: Partners for Change Outcome Management System -- Overview of the ORS and the SRS -- The ORS -- The SRS -- Further Considerations With PCOMS -- From ROM to PCOMS to FIT: A Critical Step -- Process 2: Interviewing for Strengths -- Strengths-Based Content-Area Questioning -- Strengths-Based Exploratory Questioning -- References -- Chapter 5: Therapeutic Conversations for Achieving Structure and Direction -- Funneling: Bringing Focus to Therapeutic Conversations -- Action-Talk: Clarifying Client Concerns -- Goal Consensus: Agreement on the Meaning or Purpose of Treatment -- Goal-Setting With Multiple Clients and Outside Helpers -- Identifying Progress Toward Goals: Signposts of Change -- Clarifying Problems, Goals, and Progress Through Scaling -- Advanced Listening and Attending Skills: Using Language to Strengthen the Alliance and Create Possibilities -- Using Person-First Language: Working With People, Not Labels -- Extend Permission -- Normalize Experience -- Installation of Hope: Acknowledgment and Possibility -- Future-Talk: Acknowledgment and a Vision for the Future -- Inclusion.
Utilization -- References -- Chapter 6: Matching and Classes of Intervention -- The I-Am Approach to Client Orientations -- Matching: Increasing the Factor of Fit -- The Client’s Theory of Change -- Readiness to Change -- The Path to Models: A Brief Summary -- From Philosophy to Theory to Practice -- The Model-Outcome Contradiction -- Classes of Problems/Classes of Intervention: Selecting Models -- Course Corrections -- References -- Chapter 7: Client Progress and the Benefits of Therapy -- The Progression of Therapy in Future Sessions -- The Reliable Change Index and Clinical Significance -- Category 1: Unimprovement or Deterioration -- Unimprovement -- Deterioration -- Client Outcome Patterns -- Responses to Unimprovement and Deterioration -- Reexamine the Focus of Therapy: Two Forms of Response -- Activate Client Strengths -- Attend to the Alliance -- Category 2: Improvement -- Attribution of Change -- Amplifying Change -- Revisiting Goals and Outcomes: The Meaning of Progress -- Monitoring Goals Versus Outcomes -- Monitoring Outcomes Versus Goals -- Transition From Therapy -- Apprehension to Transition -- Building on Progress for the Future -- References -- Chapter 8: Professional Development and Clinical Excellence -- Understanding Therapist Effectiveness -- The Road to Excellence: Natural and Talented? -- 1. Grit and Determination -- 2. Learning From Failures -- 3. Practice -- Cycle of Excellence -- Determining a Baseline Level of Effectiveness -- Obtaining Systematic, Ongoing, Formal Feedback -- Engaging in Deliberate Practice (Successive Refinement) -- Strategies for Practice to Improve Therapeutic Effectiveness -- Making a Plan for Deliberate Practice -- Skill Refinement -- Skill Development -- Professional Development in Action: Further Ideas -- Deliberate Practice in Context -- Future-Forward: Supervision Revisited.
Purpose of ROM in Supervision -- Supervisee (Therapist) Performance and Supervision -- The Quality, Timing, and Usefulness of Supervisor Feedback -- Maximizing the Effects of Feedback -- The Path to Excellence -- References -- Appendix: Outcome Measures and Forms -- Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) -- Child Outcome Rating Scale (CORS) -- Young Child Outcome Rating Scale (YCORS) -- Session Rating Scale (SRS V.3.0) -- Child Session Rating Scale (CSRS) -- Young Child Session Rating Scale (YCSRS) -- Group Session Rating Scale (GSRS) -- Client Outcomes Graph V25 -- Client Outcomes Graph V28 -- Client Outcomes Graph V32 -- Leeds Alliance In Supervision Scale (LASS) -- Sonar Session Feedback Checklist -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Terminology -- How This Book is Arranged -- Reference -- Acknowledgments -- Share Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Evidence-Based Approach -- Chapter 1: The Influence of the Therapist -- An Evolution in Psychotherapy? -- The Good News, Bad News Conundrum -- The Good News -- The Bad News -- An Evolution in Context -- Methods, Models, and Techniques -- Are Some Models More Effective Than Others? -- Clarifying the Role of Methods and Models -- Training and Supervision -- Exploring Therapist Performance -- Three Risks to Therapist Effectiveness and Outcomes: Overprediction, Failure to Identify, and Bias -- Therapist Effects -- Personal Philosophy: The Therapist’s Worldview -- Myths About Therapist Effectiveness -- Toward Continuity -- The Reflective Practitioner -- References -- Chapter 2: Principles and Core Strategies of Effective Therapy -- Evidence-Based Practice and Empirically Supported Treatments: One and the Same? -- Defining Evidence-Based Practice -- Best Available Research -- Clinical Expertise -- Patient Characteristics, Culture, and Preferences -- Common Factors: A Brief History and Conundrum -- Evolving From the Common Factors -- The Third Wave: A Strengths-Based Perspective -- Research Comes of Age -- The Strengths-Based Approach Defined -- What Strengths-Based Is Not -- Strengths-Based Principles: From Evidence to Practice -- Principle 1: Expectancy and Hope Are Catalysts of Change -- Principle 2: Clients Are the Most Significant Contributors to Outcome -- Principle 3: The Therapeutic Alliance Makes Substantial and Consistent Contributions to Outcome -- Principle 4: Culture Influences and Shapes All Aspects of Human Life -- Principle 5: Effective Services Promote Growth, Development, Well-Being, and Functioning.

Putting the Pieces Together: Qualities and Actions of Effective Therapists -- References -- Chapter 3: Early Client Engagement -- The Alliance–Outcome Correlation -- A Few Words About Words: Strengths-Based Language and Conversations -- Strengthening the Alliance Through Collaboration Keys -- Collaboration Key 1: Orient Clients to Information-Gathering Processes -- Collaboration Key 2: Introduce Routine Outcome Monitoring -- Collaboration Key 3: Create Space -- Collaboration Key 4: Address Expectations -- Collaboration Key 5: Attend to Preferences -- References -- Chapter 4: Active Client Engagement (ACE): Information-Gathering Processes -- The 80/20 Rule in Action: Preparing for Change -- Strengths-Based Information Gathering -- Process 1: ROM in Practice: Partners for Change Outcome Management System -- Overview of the ORS and the SRS -- The ORS -- The SRS -- Further Considerations With PCOMS -- From ROM to PCOMS to FIT: A Critical Step -- Process 2: Interviewing for Strengths -- Strengths-Based Content-Area Questioning -- Strengths-Based Exploratory Questioning -- References -- Chapter 5: Therapeutic Conversations for Achieving Structure and Direction -- Funneling: Bringing Focus to Therapeutic Conversations -- Action-Talk: Clarifying Client Concerns -- Goal Consensus: Agreement on the Meaning or Purpose of Treatment -- Goal-Setting With Multiple Clients and Outside Helpers -- Identifying Progress Toward Goals: Signposts of Change -- Clarifying Problems, Goals, and Progress Through Scaling -- Advanced Listening and Attending Skills: Using Language to Strengthen the Alliance and Create Possibilities -- Using Person-First Language: Working With People, Not Labels -- Extend Permission -- Normalize Experience -- Installation of Hope: Acknowledgment and Possibility -- Future-Talk: Acknowledgment and a Vision for the Future -- Inclusion.

Utilization -- References -- Chapter 6: Matching and Classes of Intervention -- The I-Am Approach to Client Orientations -- Matching: Increasing the Factor of Fit -- The Client’s Theory of Change -- Readiness to Change -- The Path to Models: A Brief Summary -- From Philosophy to Theory to Practice -- The Model-Outcome Contradiction -- Classes of Problems/Classes of Intervention: Selecting Models -- Course Corrections -- References -- Chapter 7: Client Progress and the Benefits of Therapy -- The Progression of Therapy in Future Sessions -- The Reliable Change Index and Clinical Significance -- Category 1: Unimprovement or Deterioration -- Unimprovement -- Deterioration -- Client Outcome Patterns -- Responses to Unimprovement and Deterioration -- Reexamine the Focus of Therapy: Two Forms of Response -- Activate Client Strengths -- Attend to the Alliance -- Category 2: Improvement -- Attribution of Change -- Amplifying Change -- Revisiting Goals and Outcomes: The Meaning of Progress -- Monitoring Goals Versus Outcomes -- Monitoring Outcomes Versus Goals -- Transition From Therapy -- Apprehension to Transition -- Building on Progress for the Future -- References -- Chapter 8: Professional Development and Clinical Excellence -- Understanding Therapist Effectiveness -- The Road to Excellence: Natural and Talented? -- 1. Grit and Determination -- 2. Learning From Failures -- 3. Practice -- Cycle of Excellence -- Determining a Baseline Level of Effectiveness -- Obtaining Systematic, Ongoing, Formal Feedback -- Engaging in Deliberate Practice (Successive Refinement) -- Strategies for Practice to Improve Therapeutic Effectiveness -- Making a Plan for Deliberate Practice -- Skill Refinement -- Skill Development -- Professional Development in Action: Further Ideas -- Deliberate Practice in Context -- Future-Forward: Supervision Revisited.

Purpose of ROM in Supervision -- Supervisee (Therapist) Performance and Supervision -- The Quality, Timing, and Usefulness of Supervisor Feedback -- Maximizing the Effects of Feedback -- The Path to Excellence -- References -- Appendix: Outcome Measures and Forms -- Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) -- Child Outcome Rating Scale (CORS) -- Young Child Outcome Rating Scale (YCORS) -- Session Rating Scale (SRS V.3.0) -- Child Session Rating Scale (CSRS) -- Young Child Session Rating Scale (YCSRS) -- Group Session Rating Scale (GSRS) -- Client Outcomes Graph V25 -- Client Outcomes Graph V28 -- Client Outcomes Graph V32 -- Leeds Alliance In Supervision Scale (LASS) -- Sonar Session Feedback Checklist -- Index.

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