"Group Counseling Session Plans" Essays and Research Papers

  • Group Counseling Session Plans

    Growing Trends in Group Counseling Growing Trends in Group Counseling: Ethical and Technological Issues that Effect Vocational Rehabilitation Term Paper By Diadra McGraw 546 Group Counseling Dr. B. Canfield February 26, 2008 Abstract This paper explores the different ways in which group counseling can be used for the purpose of Vocational Rehabilitation. It also gives detailed information of how technology can be used in group counseling during Vocational Rehabilitation...

    Business ethics, Counseling, Ethics 1532  Words | 5  Pages

  • Counseling Session

    Counselor: Hi Client: Hi Counselor: We have a counseling session for 30 minutes. We are starting on 4:35 PM. How may I help you today? A good greeting with client is very important. In my point of view for having a good greeting at the first meeting the nonverbal actions are important equal as words which counselor says. Having a nice smile, showing the attention for entrance of client, the distances between the client and counselor’s chairs, counseling room atmosphere and etc can help the both client...

    Counseling, Emotion, Mind 921  Words | 3  Pages

  • group counseling

    In the 1930s Adler encouraged his patients to meet in groups to provide mutual support. At around the same time, social work groups began forming in mental hospitals, child guidance clinics, prisons, and public assistance agencies. Group counseling offers multiple relationships to assist an individual in growth and problem solving. In group counseling sessions, members are encouraged to discuss the issues that brought them into counseling openly and honestly. The facilitator works to create an...

    Anger, Cengage Learning, Facilitator 1017  Words | 3  Pages

  • Group Counseling Article Review

    Group Counseling Article Review Article Summary With an increase in the number of teenage girls in this country at risk for delinquency on the rise, the authors of the exploratory study developed a group counseling intervention strategy that focused on holistic wellness. The Smith-Adcock, Webster, Leonard, and Walker (2008) defined holistic wellness by focusing on the the Wheel of Wellness model developed by Myers, Sweeney, and Witmer (p. 112). The model focuses on five main aspects of wellness:...

    Adolescence, Das Model, Focus group 883  Words | 3  Pages

  • Session Plan

    Session plan Tutor Pauline Date 16th April 2013 Venue North Bradley village hall Subject Introduction to IT & the Internet Time 10.30am – 12.00 noon Duration 1.5hrs Aim of session To introduce learner to the online course, describing what will be covered. Learner to switch laptop on & off independently & practice mouse control & keyboard use. Learning style & any specific needs will be accommodated in the session. Timing Objectives Resources Teacher activities Learner activities Assessment ...

    Education, Knowledge, Learning 303  Words | 4  Pages

  • Session Plan

    IES Management College and Research Centre, Mumbai SESSION PLAN Program: PGDM (HCPM) Semester/Tem: II Subject: Distribution Management Objective: The Course will provide fundamental concepts of distribution management like selection, training, motivation and evaluation of channel members. The Course also includes topics such as resolving conflicts of channel members, distribution analysis & control and managing international channels of distribution. The course also provides an overview...

    Case study, Evaluation methods, Logistics 411  Words | 3  Pages

  • session plan

    Field Activity #4: Diversity Affirmative/Culturally-Inclusive Lesson Plan Title: Connecting the Significant Social Attitudes and Historical Events of Elie Wiesel’s Night to the Present Time Grade Level(s): 8-12 Subject Area(s): Social Studies and Language Arts Materials Needed: Class copies of novel Night, by Elie Wiesel, ABC news video from the internet, projector, The United States Holocaust Museum article, chalkboard, chalk, construction paper, markers, paper, pencil. Objectives: 1. Students...

    Elie Wiesel, Fiction, Humanities 1666  Words | 6  Pages

  • Grief Counseling

    Grief Counseling Axia College of University of Phoenix Grief is defined as a type of emotional or mental suffering from a loss, sorrow, or regret (Dictionary.com, LLC, 2010). Grief affects people of all ages, races, and sexes around the world. Approximately, 36% of the world’s population does or has suffered from grief and only a mere 10% of these people will seek out help (Theravive, 2009). Once a person is suffering from grief it is important to receive treatment. All too often, people ignore...

    Counseling, Grief counseling, School counselor 2170  Words | 6  Pages

  • Plan & Conduct Group Activities

    PLAN & CONDUCT GROUP ACTIVITIES PLAN & CONDUCT GROUP ACTIVITIES CONTENTS BACKGROUND INFORMATION PAGE (2) AIMS AND OBJECTIVES PAGE (3) DETAILED SESSION PLAN PAGE (3) SESSION PLAN PAGE (4) RESOURCES PAGE (5) EVALUATION OF GROUP SESSION PAGE (5) QUESTIONAIRE PAGE (6) REFERENCES PAGE (7) PAMPHLET /BROCHURE PAGE (8) BACKGROUND INFORMATION A. A clear description of the target group or clients...

    Child abuse, Domestic violence, Feminism 1490  Words | 7  Pages

  • Closing a Group (Group Counselling

    GROUP COUNSELING Closing A Session Book; Group Techniques – Third Edition > Gerald Corey, Marine Schneider Corey, Patrick Callanan, J. Michael Russell. Chapter 7. Techniques for the Final stage: pg. 164. Ending a Session! Introduction: In an effective functioning group, the members are striving to carry what they are learning in a session into their everyday lives. They do this by formulating plans to practice between sessions, by making a commitment to do homework assignments and by...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Homework, Kurt Lewin 1223  Words | 4  Pages

  • sports coaching session plan

    Session Plan Name of Coach: Rayhan Ahmed Date: Thursday 20th march Age Group: 14-20 Session Title: boxing Coaching Points: 1. being well balanced when delivering the punches 2. keeping you hand up at all times 3. making sure that the jab follower throw with the shoulder extended. 4. Keeping your head up at all times and being able to be nice and light on your foot. Warm Up: For my warm up we will be doing side steps followed by light jogging. This would allow all the participation...

    A Little Bit, A Little Bit Longer, Better 977  Words | 3  Pages

  • Developing a Counseling Plan

    Developing a Counseling Plan: John Wayne Gacy As a counselor one constantly strives to help clients become successful members of society. In order to become successful in society one must be mentally healthy, there are clients that are so unhealthy mentally and that have struggled so much throughout their childhood and through adolescents that as a counselor you work and push that much harder to help your client overcome those obstacles. In some cases ones counseling can prevent a negative life...

    Family, Family therapy, Genogram 2330  Words | 7  Pages

  • Non-Profit Marketing Plan

    I. Executive Summary Grief Counseling Center (GCC) is a non-profit organization established to provide counseling services for individuals who are suffering the loss of a family member. Services will be provided at a nominal fee. The Founder of GCC not only believes in the need for this service, but also is willing to devote his time and money to help those suffering from grief. Grief Counseling Center provides mental health services for a diversified clientele. Clientele ranges from young children...

    Board of directors, Counseling, Executive director 1780  Words | 6  Pages

  • Case Study - Counseling Children

    I would approach the counseling session from a cognitive-behavior approach. It appears that Isabella is suffering from anxiety and the cognitive behavior approach to therapy would be a good match for the student. There are a number of aspects of the therapy that coincide with my belief system. I would expect to maintain a professional relationship with Isabella. While I cannot relate the situation that is currently affecting her, I would exert maximum effort in order to see her situation improve...

    Cognition, Family, Mind 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Creating a counseling plan for a client

     Counseling Plan - Amanda Bynes Walden University Counseling Plan - Amanda Bynes Actress Amanda Laura Bynes was born on April 3, 1986 and grew up in Thousand Oaks, California. She is the youngest of three children of Lynn, a dental assistant and office manager, and Rick Bynes, a dentist. Bynes' ancestors immigrated from Ireland, Poland, Russia and Romania, and her maternal grandparents are from Toronto, Ontario. Her father is Catholic and her mother is Jewish (“Amanda...

    All That, Amanda Bynes, The Amanda Show 2107  Words | 6  Pages

  • Group Work / Counseling

    Introduction Personal growth and development as a group participant McDermott (2002) suggests that groups are defined by consisting of at least two persons, that share space and share a purpose. The interactions taking place amongst members may be important in the development of common goals, norms and roles, and some sense of belonging. Within the context of a group, participants find the possibility of making comparisons between themselves and others, which can become an influential source...

    Facilitator, Group dynamics, Kurt Lewin 2169  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ethical Counseling Report

     Ethical Issues in Group and Individual Counseling Krishunna Pearson Liberty University Abstract Within the pages of this research paper, there will be an examination of several aspects of ethical issues that may arise within group counseling. The paper will compare common ethical concerns during group and individual counseling. It will also examine ethical standards that should be upheld by a counselor in group counseling. The research paper will also examine the use of Christian...

    Business ethics, Counseling, Ethics 2540  Words | 11  Pages

  • Developing a Counseling Plan

    Developing a Counseling Plan Genna Bovinet Walden University Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories Coun 6722-18 Developing a Counseling Plan This paper focuses on a case study of famous actor/musician, Mark Wahlberg. Mark Wahlberg began a life of juvenile crime at age ten that culminated in his attempted murder arrest, and subsequent prison sentence, at the age of 16. The paper will explore his early life and family issues leading to his delinquent behavior as well as counseling theories and...

    Criminology, Family, Family therapy 1692  Words | 5  Pages

  • Group Therapy

    Introduction Group therapies for drug and alcohol abusers use affiliation, support, and peer confrontation to help patients struggling to move from addiction to recovery. The practicum site chosen was Challenges, which is a state licensed and JCAHO accredited private addictions and mental health treatment center located in the greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida area. At Challenges the model of relapse prevention treatment represents a new and unique direction in relapse care. They incorporate the...

    Addiction, Drug abuse, Drug addiction 733  Words | 3  Pages

  • Guidance and Counseling

    study Guidance and counselling is the bedrock for achieving self-actualisation. It is a process of helping individuals to understand themselves by discovering their own needs, interests and capabilities in order to formulate their own goals and make plans for realizing those goals. An analysis of guidance and counselling services in providing adequate guidance for secondary school students is of paramount importance; hence the this study. The result from the study will help in throwing more light...

    College, Grammar school, High school 1898  Words | 7  Pages

  • Counseling in the Latino Culture

    Mario Abstract Counseling members of the Latino culture who reside in the United States comes with many challenges, as family structure, economic, and social factors influence an individual’s ability to cope with his new surroundings. In the case study of Mario, an examination of his US residency and the motivational role his family played in his relocation is crucial in determining his mental state and understanding of support. Latino men are generally hesitant to seek counseling and admit weakness...

    Addiction, California, Culture 1762  Words | 5  Pages

  • Counseling

    Counseling can be viewed as relationship between two individuals, a counselor and a client, with the aim of helping the client overcome a problem or reduce adversary/suffering .In this relationship, the assumption is that the client is in a problem and needs assistance, while the counselor is experienced and possesses unconditional positive regard to the client. Therefore, counseling may also be regarded as a helping profession because it aims at helping the clients deal with the problems they face...

    Counseling, Mental health counselor, Mental health professional 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Prayer in Counseling

    Prayer in Counseling Prayer is communicating, worshiping, and sincerely seeking God's face, knowing that He hears us, loves us and will always respond. Prayer is a big part of many of people’s lives these days. People use prayers everywhere and everything they do so using prayer in counseling is only natural. The counseling field cannot get away from praying in their sessions. But counselors have to be careful how they use prayer in treatment because they need to not instill their own viewpoints...

    Ethics, Faith, Meditation 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychoeducational Group Summary

    Psychoeducational Group Summary – Session Four Matthew M. Mahar, MBCI, CBCP, MCP HSER511 Liberty University Professor Margo Farwell December 13, 2012 Psychoeducational Group Summary – Session Four Our final session was scheduled to begin at 7pm on Monday night. With this being the final planned and organized session, I don’t expect to have any additional participants show up. My hope is that this session will be productive, and act as a closeout to the progress we’ve made so far...

    Cengage Learning, Change, Gale 1035  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Computer Assisted Therapy/Cyber Counseling

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Computer Assisted Therapy/Cyber Counseling Ivy Tech Community College 2013 Cognitive behaviorist therapy would be useful in substance abuse counseling because it is effective in treating Anxiety, Depression, Phobias, Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorders, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Research has showed that it is very useful when treating Anxiety and Depression. There are some disadvantages to this theory...

    Behaviour therapy, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy 1305  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling

    Initial Counseling Name: _______________________ Date: ______________________ The following counseling session is designed to inform you of what is expected of you concerning your job performance standards. This is an initial performance counseling and will be presented in a “list” format. You will receive feedback on your actual performance during your monthly performance counseling (DA Form 4856). During your monthly performance counseling we will discuss in detail the areas that you...

    Christopher Nolan, Following, Legal drinking age 913  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ethics and Cross Cultural Counseling

    national, regional, and racio-ethnic tributaries. Interactively, they shape and influence all human behavior, including counseling. The majority of the professional groups or sub-groups such as the counseling industry have moral codes of conducts, procedures and laws. These behavioral principles are geared towards counselors for high efficiency and success rates in therapy sessions (Hill, 2004). They help maintain the integrity of the counselor which helps maintain the trust between the therapist...

    Counseling, Culture, Ethics 1806  Words | 9  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations & Multidisciplinary Teams

    (McAllister, Morrissey, McAuliffe, Davidson, McConnell, & Reddy, 2011). The field of Mental Health has been an evolving process ever since its infancy. In the early stages of Mental Health, individuals who were deemed appropriate for mental health counseling were being labeled as "ill" and in need of serious and immediate treatment. While on the other hand, individuals who were not deemed appropriate for Mental Health were being considered leading a healthy and normal life (Smith & Robinson, 2011)....

    Addiction, Alcoholism, Counseling 1119  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling

    c Counselling Counseling is a dynamic interaction between counselor and counselee where a counselor adopts certain attitude and uses knowledge and skill to introduce and sustain in the clients learning process of self-expression leading to self understanding, leading to action so that the client changes his behaviour and solves his problems. Counselling is a non-directive talking therapy, which creates a non-judgemental space in order for you to work through your difficulties in a safe therapeutic...

    Counseling, Problem solving, School counselor 1488  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Preference and Need for Prayer in Counseling

    The Preference and Need for Prayer in Counseling Liberty University GRST500_D02_201030 Abstract Spirituality is an important component in counseling because it also contributes to the social, physical and emotional well-being of the client. This survey illustrates the preference that it has of incorporating prayer and scripture into counseling practice. It provides a basic overview and describes the essential desire...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Female, Male 1387  Words | 5  Pages

  • CHS Session Plan

    Troubleshooting Computer System Learning Outcomes: LO1. Plans and prepare for diagnostic procedure for computer systems LO2. Diagnose faults and other defects of computer systems LO3. Replace and provide remedies for defective computer parts LO4. Test run system and networks A. INTRODUCTION This module contains information and suggested learning activities on Computer Hardware Servicing NCII. B. LEARNING ACTIVITIES LO 1: Plan and prepare for diagnostic procedure for computer systems ...

    Application software, Computer, Computer program 577  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ethics In Group Counseling

     Ethics in Group Counseling Abstract This essay provides information about ethics, as defined and regulated in the practice of counseling or therapy sessions. Furthermore, this essay looks closely at the intricacies of ethical issues in counseling and group therapies and how these compare to the ethical issues in individual therapies. It also touches on the importance of co-leadership in group therapies and the dynamics of the relationship between the leader and the co-leader. This...

    Business ethics, Counseling, Counseling psychology 2736  Words | 13  Pages

  • Counseling Minors

    Running head: COUNSELING MINORS: ETHICAL AND LEGAL 1 Counseling Minors: Ethical and Legal Issues Involved Alexandra Martin Walden University COUNSELING MINORS: ETHICAL AND LEGAL 2 Mental health counselors have many things to consider when working with clients. Providing services to clients comes with several expectations. Some of the factors which counselors must be aware of include: cultural differences, environmental influences, client...

    Business ethics, Confidentiality, Counseling 2374  Words | 7  Pages

  • Marketing Plan and Strategies of Tassel Group

    Marketing Plan 2 Student name: Jiajun Liu Student ID: 404635 Tutorial time: Monday 1:00 pm Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Marketing Goal and Objective 3 3. Specific Marketing Strategies 4 3.1 Target Market 4 3.2 The Marketing Mix 4 3.2.1 Product 4 3.2.2 Price 5 3.2.3 Place 6 3.2.4 Promotion 6 4. Marketing Implementation and Control 7 4.1 Implementation-Tactical Marketing Activities 7 4.2 Control 8 5. Conclusion 8 6. Reference 10 1. Introduction When we talk about...

    Marketing 2165  Words | 9  Pages

  • Counseling Philosophy

    School Counseling Philosophy School Counseling Philosophy School Counseling Philosophy My philosophy and beliefs come from personal experiences when I was in school. What I thought of a school counselor in high school is a whole lot different than I think of one now. Growing up the only time I saw my school counselor was either I was in trouble or I needed some information about what the ACT was. I thought the school counselor was just someone who sat...

    Education, Frank Parsons, Grammar school 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Terms

    COUNSELING SPECIALIZATIONS AND MULITDISCPIINARY TEAMS Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Juanita Duffy COUN 5004 Dr. BlaydesAbstract This paper discusses the importance of collaboration within the different specializations of the counseling field. Two specializations, mental health counseling and addictions counseling are reviewed and are brought together to help a hypothetical 12 year old girl “Ashley” in her own education and problem-solving while in therapy...

    Family therapy, Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental disorder 1341  Words | 8  Pages

  • Toward Intentional Interviewing and Counseling

    and Counseling INTRODUCTION: WHAT IS THE “CORRECT” RESPONSE TO OFFER A CLIENT? * There are many potentially useful responses in any interviewing situation. * Reflecting the client’s emotions can be helpful. * Selecting one aspect to focus on can be useful, and then later you can examine other dimensions by asking an open question. * Our tasks: * Respect the client * Use appropriate skills and strategies * Seek to alleviate stress INTERVIEWING, COUNSELING, AND...

    Emotion, Intention, Leadership 1640  Words | 6  Pages

  • Counseling Case

    "Licensed professional counseling" means the application of counseling, human development, and mental health research, principles, and procedures to maintain and enhance the mental health, development, personal and interpersonal effectiveness, and adjustment to work and life of individuals and families”, and the scope of practice is as follows: “The scope of practice of a licensed professional counselor includes, but is not limited to: (1) the implementation of professional counseling treatment interventions...

    Counseling, Law, Licensed Professional Counselor 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Strategy Plan for Hmv Group.

    TASK 1. a) Explain and analyse external factors affecting HMV. Executive summary HMV Groups markets had experienced rapid change over recent years and have become more competitive and with a diminishing amount of in store sales as consumers choose to use the internet to fulfil their needs. These trends are heavily influenced by celebrities and other social icons as well as advertising and publicity. The main technological development is that of the internet. It has also given rise to competition...

    Environment, History of the Internet, HMV Group 1226  Words | 4  Pages

  • Initial Counseling

    * Conduct intial counseling. * Encourage open communications. * Provide the soldier the opportunity to surface any issues that have arisen since his/her reception counseling. * Review the reception/integration process (search for ways to inprove to the process/identify sustain areas). Accoutability/Responsibility: Always know the status of your equipment and personnel. Accept responsibility for your actions. Do not attempt to blame others or...

    Chronology, Economics, Finance 670  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Session

    Counseling Session Introduction to Counseling Carlo Olkeriil May 29, 2014 Counseling can facilitate the process of overcoming or working through personal issues from everyday hardship as well as potentially life threatening situations. This reflective paper will explore the three 50 minute counseling sessions that I attended with a professional counselor and therapist, named Cassy Johnson-Hodge. By attending these counseling session and reflecting on Ms. Johnson-Hodge's...

    Anxiety, Fear, Licensed Professional Counselor 587  Words | 2  Pages

  • Counseling Stages

    The Stages of Counseling Obviously there are many people who have problems and will need professional help. I will discuss the five stages of counseling and how to build a proper relationship to help a person turn their life around. As a future counselor, these steps will be so vital and important to my success as a counselor. The best way to help a person is by establishing a solid relationship with them. People want to feel comfortable in anyone’s presence; they want to be confident...

    Coaching, Counseling, Goal 1093  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ethics In Group Counseling

     Ethics in Group Counseling Shalonda Wilson Liberty University Ethics is also termed as philosophy, which is a branch of philosophy that includes the systematizing, defending and recommending concepts of the right and wrong conducts. There are three major field of study within ethics that involves Metha-ethics that concerns with the theoretical meaning that are used to reference of moral propositions and their truth-values that can be determined, the normative ethics that concerns...

    Applied ethics, Business ethics, Ethics 2675  Words | 11  Pages

  • Counseling Skills

    Counseling Skills Counseling covers a wide range of techniques and approaches, each needing its own skill set. There are some basic skills in addition to any life experiences, if any, and personal attributes needed to be good at any specialty in this field. Also very important is that the counselor continues in the learning process throughout their career, developing professionally will help the counselor to never stop learning. Personal Attributes If you were to ask the writer about her...

    Counseling, Feeling, Helper, Utah 1039  Words | 4  Pages

  • Person Centered Group Development

    Person Centered Group Development Group therapy or psychotherapy in the United States, has a long history that dates back into the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. During this time the America was being bombarded by masses of immigrants. Most of these immigrants settled in large cities. Organizations such as Hull House in Chicago were founded to assist them in adjusting to life in the United States. Known as settlement houses, these agencies helped immigrant groups lobby for better...

    Carl Rogers, Clinical psychology, Group dynamics 2105  Words | 6  Pages

  • Psychology and Counseling Session Summary

    COUNSELING SESSION SUMMARY NOTES (SOAP Notes) 1 2 1 Counselor: _______________________ Session Date: ________________ Time: _____ Client(s) Name: ___________________________________________________ Session #: ______ ************************************************************************ 2 Client Description: 3 Subjective Complaint: 4 Objective Findings: 5 Assessment of Progress: 6 Plans for Next Session: ...

    Behavior, Hypothesis, Management 314  Words | 2  Pages

  • Competence in Counseling

    Running head: Counseling A Comprehensive Profession Aspects Of Counseling Tearia Hill William Carey University Aspects of Counseling Abstract Counseling is the professional guidance in resolving personal conflicts and emotional problems. It is advice, opinion, or instruction given in direction the judgment or conduct of another. Knowing how to posses personal qualities such as maturity, empathy, warmth, understanding, and knowledge. From a legal stand point ethics, morality, and law must...

    Culture, Licensed Professional Counselor, Neuroticism 1577  Words | 5  Pages

  • Counseling

    awareness of well-being and satisfaction of “ affect hunger.” Support offers a healing process- an integration of all parts of the person. (1) The relationship itself, where the helpee experiences the helper’s acceptance and warmth. (2) Direct counseling help in the form of reassurance or environmental support (3) Decisive and firm crisis management. List the four steps of psychological first aid required in response to a crisis situation: (29-32) (1) Appraise the current condition of...

    Crisis, Crisis management, Desensitization 1461  Words | 6  Pages

  • Characteristics and Behaviors of Effective Counseling

    Characteristics and Behaviors of Effective Counseling Characteristics and Behaviors of Effective Counseling In order for the counseling process to be effective for the client the characteristics and behaviors of the mental health counselor must be effective. To be an effective mental health counselor the process must include both the art and science of helping clients when they struggle. This paper will address both effective and ineffective characteristics of the given transcript...

    Characteristic, Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor 1180  Words | 4  Pages

  • inital counseling example

    DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING FORM For use of this form, see FM 6-22; the proponent agency is TRADOC. DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 AUTHORITY: PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: ROUTINE USES: 5 USC 301, Departmental Regulations; 10 USC 3013, Secretary of the Army. To assist leaders in conducting and recording counseling data pertaining to subordinates. The DoD Blanket Routine Uses set forth at the beginning of the Army's compilation of systems or records notices also apply to this system. DISCLOSURE: ...

    Alcohol, Alcohol abuse, Alcoholism 1310  Words | 6  Pages

  • Comprehensive Understanding of Individual Treatment in the Group Process: Ptsd in Focus

    Treatment in the Group Process: PTSD in Focus Lorenzo E. Aranda CNSL/561 University of Phoenix Lorenzo Aranda CNSL/561 In understanding an individual’s treatment plan, as it pertains to a group counseling atmosphere, you must first realize that it is a multifaceted process. This process ensures the appropriateness and effectiveness of group counseling in the client’s treatment. And, as the individual’s progress may shift, the applicability of a group counseling plan may shift as well...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, Posttraumatic stress disorder 1200  Words | 4  Pages

  • Substance Abuse Counseling

    Substance abuse counseling is a rewarding career for anyone who wants to help people who are battling addiction to drugs or alcohol. Counselors find work in therapeutic facilities, hospitals, prisons and halfway homes. They have a choice of working with teens or adults. The primary function of substance abuse counseling is to help people manage their addictions so they can return to society and function successfully as productive citizens. Substance abuse counseling can also include family members...

    Addiction, Clinical psychology, Drug addiction 527  Words | 3  Pages

  • Group Proposal

    Basic Elements of Group Process Foci of group counseling * Counseling groups: - problem specific and growth oriented * Members typically don not need personality reconstruction * Concerns relate to developmental tasks of life: - Situational crises - Relationship problems - Life transitions - Dealing with self defeating behaviors Why is group counseling increasing? * Research indicates that group counseling is effective for both remediation and prevention * Cost effective:...

    Facilitator, Group dynamics, Kurt Lewin 729  Words | 3  Pages

  • Group Project Outline Business Plan

    Group Projects The purpose of the group projects is to give students an opportunity to explore course topics in greater depth, conduct independent research, and apply their knowledge in a practical context. Student groups will prepare and present a project based on one of the following prompts. Your group is a team of entrepreneurs seeking to start a new health care delivery company. Chose a type of company (e.g., an ambulatory surgery center, a long-term acute care hospital, a physical therapy...

    Corporation, Entrepreneurship, Health care 728  Words | 4  Pages

  • Personal Counseling Theory

    Personal Counseling Theory Liberty University Danielle Phillips Coun 507 Abstract In developing a theory of counseling, keeping theology, spirituality and psychology as the foundation is the key. I have had the opportunity to study many different counseling theories, and upon reflection, feel they have valid concepts and techniques that would aide me in my search for a working counseling theory of my own. This model will utilize theories based on secular psychology...

    Christian theology, Holy Spirit, Human 2352  Words | 7  Pages

  • Prayer in Counseling

    Christian Clients’ Preferences Regarding Prayer as a Counseling Intervention Journal Article Review Liberty University April 19, 2012 Summary In Eriksen and Weld’s journal article, the writers contend that spirituality and prayer is being utilized more and more by mental health practitioners and counselors. The concept of prayer within the counseling session is something that was considered for a long time but the actual use of spirituality practices is more frequently being used today...

    Counseling, Preference, Religion 1031  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Theories and Use in School Setting

    Counseling Theories and Their Application in Schools Counseling in schools is more than scheduling students and career planning. Counseling in schools also includes counseling a diverse population with a variety of problems. Understanding counseling theories will help school counselors to effectively help the special populations on their campus. This paper will explore the key concepts, therapeutic process and applications of Adlerian Theory, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Solution Focused Brief...

    Alfred Adler, Behaviour therapy, Cognition 1702  Words | 5  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations and Mutidiciplinary Teams

    Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Christina Wile Capella University Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Developing a strong professional identity provides counselors with the opportunity to understand how their unique roles play a part in an overall client wellness team. Counseling professions from different specializations frequently need to work together to provide effective services to students and families. Overall, wellness can be established and managed...

    Clinical psychology, Counseling, Education and training occupations 1685  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling Approaches

    Counseling Approaches Lizbeth Tini Grand Canyon University : PCN-435 April 14, 2013 Counseling Approaches This paper is going to define and explain the differences in two specific counseling approaches used by counselors in today’s profession. The main focus of this paper is going to be the contrast between Brief Interventions and Solution-focused counseling techniques determining which is most effective or could it be using both would get...

    Dopamine, Drug addiction, Mesolimbic pathway 1442  Words | 4  Pages

  • Finding the Validity/Efficiency of Peer Counseling Through Group Works in Jacinto P. Elpa National High School for School Year 2009-2010

    VALIDITY/EFFICIENCY OF PEER COUNSELING THROUGH GROUP WORKS IN JACINTO P. ELPA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2009-2010 Marieto Cleben V. Lozada Jacinto P. Elpa National High School Tandag City ABSTRACT Every school year, the Guidance In-Charge continually mediates among students brought by teachers from different year levels with problems varying from cutting classes, non-attendance, computer games addiction, gambling, vandalism, intoxicant drinking sessions within or near the campus,...

    Academia, College, Education 1623  Words | 5  Pages

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