This much-anticipated Second Edition continues the tradition of excellence established in the First Edition by offering a theoretically sound, practical approach to counseling. It reflects the insights and advances of two decades of counseling research and clinical experience, including updated clinical examples and new information on ethics, diagnosis, treatment, and psychopharmacology. Its revised philosophical perspectives underlie counseling initiatives in the twenty-first century. The Counseling Experience, 2/E, is a text that students, counselor educators, and clients will find useful and illuminating. It is not only an invaluable guide as students learn to translate counseling theory into effective clinical practice, but also an indispensable reference as they become seasoned mental health practitioners.
Titles of related interest from Waveland Press: Kerr, Becoming a Therapist: A Workbook for Personal Exploration (ISBN 9781577661313); Levitov-Fall, Translating Theory Into Practice: A Student Guide to Counseling Practicum and Internship (ISBN 9781577665601); Martin, Counseling and Therapy Skills, Fourth Edition (ISBN: 9781478628750); and Todd-Bohart, Foundations of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Fourth Edition (ISBN 9781577664109).