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Author Balela-Leobrera, Sandy Jessie Lynn.
Title Online Counselling and Guidance Skills.
Imprint Ashland : Society Publishing, 2019.

Author Balela-Leobrera, Sandy Jessie Lynn.
Subject Counseling.
Internet in psychotherapy.
Description 1 online resource (283 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; About the Author; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; Summary; Chapter 1 Introduction to Online Counseling and Guidance Skills; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Various Definition of Counseling; 1.3. Online Counseling as Therapy; 1.4. Requirements For Online Counseling Session; 1.5. Limitation of Online Counseling; 1.6. Specialized Skills of Counseling Professionals; 1.7. Functional Area For Counseling Programs; 1.8. Online Career Guidance System; 1.9. Benefits of Online Education Counseling; 1.10. Training and Supervision
1.11. Characteristics of Online Counseling1.12. Security and Ethical Issues; 1.13. Need of Counseling; 1.14. Types of Counseling; 1.15. Characteristics of An Effective Online Counselor; 1.16. Effective Counseling Relationship; 1.17. Online Chat Counseling; 1.18. Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Counseling; 1.19. Conclusion; 1.20. Case Study; References; Chapter 2 Roles and Responsibilities in Online Counseling and Guidance Skills; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Guidance and Counseling in The Education System; 2.3. Online Counseling for Mental Well-Being
2.4. Roles and Responsibilities of a Counselor2.5. Education or Certification Required to Become an Online Counselor; 2.6. Roles of Counseling at School Level; 2.7. Reasons For Online Counseling and Guidance; 2.8. Face-To-Face Guidance Versus Online Guidance; 2.9. Effectiveness of Online Counseling and Guidance; 2.10. Principles In Online Counseling and Guidance; 2.11. Application of Ethics In Online Counseling and Guidance; 2.12. Conclusion; 2.13. Case Study; References; Chapter 3 Theories Used During Counseling and Guidance; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Psychoanalytic Theory
3.3. Behavioral Theory3.4. Cognitive Theory; 3.5. Humanistic Theories; 3.6. Holistic and Integrative Therapy; 3.7. Jungian Analytical Theory; 3.8. Person-Centered Theory; 3.9. Gestalt Therapy; 3.10. Case Study; References; Chapter 4 Online Counseling and Guidance -- Young Generation's Need?; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Guidance and Counseling Services; 4.3. Youth Counseling vs. Adult Counseling; 4.4. Online Counseling and Guidance; 4.5. Different Issues Recognized Across Different Nations; 4.6. Need For Online Counseling in Colleges/Universities; 4.7. Identification of Mental Health Issues
4.8. Innovative Models For Treatment4.9. Help During Transition Phase; 4.10. Conclusion; 4.11. Case Study; References; Chapter 5 Technologies In Online Counseling and Guidance; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. Technology In Counseling; 5.3. Online Mediums; 5.4. Use of Therapeutic Techniques Online During and Between Sessions; 5.5. Mobile Phones as a Therapeutic Tool; 5.6. Technological Issues; 5.7. Online Security; 5.8. Teletherapy; 5.9. Benefits of Digital Communication; 5.10. Case Study; References; Chapter 6 Training of Counseling and Guidance Workers; 6.1. Introduction
Note 6.2. Components of Guidance and Counseling
ISBN 1774070022
9781774070024 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1085167839
Additional Format Print version: Leobrera, Sandy Jessie Lynn Balela. Online Counselling and Guidance Skills. Ashland : Society Publishing, ©2019.

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