The work of the counselor [by] Leona E. Tyler.Material type: TextSeries: The Century psychology series.Publisher: New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts Edition: 3d ed.Description: xv, 274 p. 25 cm.ISBN: 0390889296; 9780390889294.Subject(s): Counseling -- Vocational guidanceAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Work of the counselor.DDC classification: 158 Other classification: 77.76 | CU 7000 Also issued online.
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Bibliography: p. 247-268.
Preface to the first edition -- Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the third edition -- 1. The nature of counseling -- 2. A blueprint for a counseling theory : the psychology of possibilities -- 3. The counseling encounter -- 4. The initial interview -- 5. A classification system to clarify counseling objectives -- 6. Surveying possibilities : uses of information -- 7. Surveying possibilities in the self by means of tests -- 8. Surveying occupational possibilities in career counseling -- 9. Facilitating decisions -- 10. Searching for structure -- 11. Overcoming obstacles to development -- 12. Creating possibilities -- 13. The counselor as a person -- 14. The evaluation of counseling -- 15. Counseling in the world of the future -- Appendix -- References -- Index.
This book is primarily for psychology students, a text for a first course in counseling procedures, for persons expecting to work in colleges or high schools. The book is written from the point of view of different problems rather than from that of the specialist in vocational guidance, marriage counseling, or psychotherapy. It tries to stress common principles underlying many types of counseling activity rather than to outline special methods for each.
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