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Title Discovering theory in clinical practice : a casebook for clinical counseling and social work practice / Rhonda Peterson Dealey, Michelle R. Evans, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2021]

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Subject Counseling.
Social case work.
Clinical psychology.
Alt Name Peterson Dealey, Rhonda,
Evans, Michelle R.,
Description 1 online resource (234 pages)
Summary This theory-focused casebook provides the reader with an overview of multiple counseling theories and utilizes specific cases representing a variety of clients to demonstrate the integration of theory in clinical counseling and social work practice. Through the use of dynamic cases, the reader is shown how theory informs day-to-day practice. Each theoretical case study includes a section on cultural considerations and discussion questions: Object Relations Theory: The Case of Elyse Self Psychology Theory: The Case of Evan Person-Centered Therapy: The Case of Tommy Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: The Case of Jim Relational Cultural Theory: The Case of Monica Systems Theory: The Case of Esperanza Experiential Therapy: The Case of Sam Discovering Theory in Clinical Practice: A Casebook for Clinical Counseling and Social Work Practice is an essential text for instructors to teach the development of a theoretical foundation that easily integrates into core topics of relevance for graduate students in social work, counseling, psychology, marriage and family therapy, and human behavior who intend to work with a diverse set of client populations. The book also will be a great asset to early-career practitioners and clinical supervision participants who are continuing to build a professional working template of skills in both theory and practice as they conceptualize patient problems and develop treatment plans.
Contents Chapter 1: Theory in Practice -- Chapter 2: Interpersonal Theory: The Case of Lisa -- Chapter 3: Object Relations Theory: The Case of Elyse -- Chapter 4: Self-Psychology: The Case of Evan -- Chapter 5: Psychoanalytic Theory: The Case of Emma -- Chapter 6: Person-Centered Therapy: The Case of Tommy -- Chapter 7: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Case of Wally -- Chapter 8: Dialectical Behavior Therapy: The Case of Moses -- Chapter 9: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: The Case of Jim -- Chapter 10: Narrative Therapy: The Case of J.J. -- Chapter 11: Relational Cultural Theory: The Case of Monica -- Chapter 12: Systems Theory: The Case of Esperanza -- Chapter 13: Bowen Family Systems Theory: The Case of Juliette -- Chapter 14: Experiential Therapy: The Case of Sam.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
ISBN 9783030573102 (electronic bk.)
3030573109 (electronic bk.)
9783030573096
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-57310-2
OCLC # 1232282334
Additional Format Print version: Dealey, Rhonda Peterson Discovering Theory in Clinical Practice Cham : Springer International Publishing AG,c2020 9783030573096



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