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International Counseling


International Counseling

Case Studies Handbook
1. Aufl.

von: Roy Moodley, Marguerite Lengyell, Rosa Wu, Uwe P. Gielen

48,99 €

Verlag: American Counseling Association
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 14.05.2015
ISBN/EAN: 9781119098300
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 328

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In this book, designed to increase mental health professionals’ global literacy, authors from 33 countries demonstrate multicultural skills and competencies through case studies that illustrate approaches to counseling and psychotherapy in their countries. Following an introductory section on the use of case studies, chapters focus on a cross section of countries in Africa; Australia and Asia; Central, North, and South America; Europe; and the Middle East. Each case describes the client and his or her presenting concerns and includes a culture-sensitive assessment and treatment plan, an analysis and critical reflection of the case, and questions for discussion. The final chapter of the text presents a comparative analysis of the cases. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com.  *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website.
Preface vii About the Editors and Contributors xiii Acknowledgments xxi Part One Working With Case Studies Chapter 1 How to Critically Use Globally Discerned Case Studies in Local Contexts 3Eunjung Lee Part Two Counseling and Psychotherapy in Africa Chapter 2 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Egypt: Omar’s Story 15Mona M. Amer Chapter 3 Counseling and Psychotherapy in West Africa: Mazabalo’s Story 23Lonzozou Kpanake Chapter 4 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Nigeria: Dayo’s Story 31Olaniyi Bojuwoye Chapter 5 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Morocco: T.M.’s Story 39Nadia Kadri and Dounia Belghazi Chapter 6 Counseling and Psychotherapy in South Africa: Mr. Dlamini’s Story 47Lionel J. Nicholas and Maria Damianova Chapter 7 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Sub-Saharan Africa: Karimi’s Story 55Gladys K. Mwiti and Naomi James Part Three Counseling and Psychotherapy in Australia and Asia Chapter 8 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Australia: Cynthia’s Story 65Nadine Pelling Chapter 9 Counseling and Psychotherapy in China: Yang’s Story 73Shi Qijia, Yu Ping, Doris F. Chang, and Wolfgang Senf Chapter 10 Counseling and Psychotherapy in India: Radha’s Story 79Priya Pothan and Tony Sam George Chapter 11 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Japan: Masako’s Story 87Shigeru Iwakabe and Carol Zerbe Enns Chapter 12 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Malaysia: Aaron’s Story 95See Ching Mey Chapter 13 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Pakistan: Zohra’s Story 103Humair Yusuf Chapter 14 Counseling and Psychotherapy in the Philippines: Jojo’s Story 111Maria Isabel E. Melgar and Roberto E. Javier Chapter 15 Counseling and Psychotherapy in South Korea: Misun’s Story 117Eunsun Joo Part Four Counseling and Psychotherapy in Central, North, and South America Chapter 16 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Argentina: Michael’s Story 125Diego Benegas Loyo Chapter 17 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Brazil: Sr. K’s Story 133William B. Gomes, Vânia Maria Domingues, and Maria Adélia Minghelli Pieta Chapter 18 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Canada: Kamalpreet’s Story 141Robinder P. Bedi and José F. Domene Chapter 19 Counseling and Psychotherapy in the Caribbean (Trinidad and Tobago): Olivia’s Story 149Gerard Hutchinson Chapter 20 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Mexico: Mrs. Fabiola’s Story 157María Fregoso-Vera, Samuel Jurado Cárdenas, and Angélica Riveros Rosas Chapter 21 Counseling and Psychotherapy in the United States: Rolando’s Story 165Gargi Roysircar and Vincent Pignatiello Part Five Counseling and Psychotherapy in Europe Chapter 22 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Denmark: Marianne’s Story 175Nanja H. Hansen and Andrea L. Dixon Chapter 23 Counseling and Psychotherapy in France: Alice’s Story 183Jacques Pouyaud and Nicole Baudouin Chapter 24 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Germany: David’s Story 189Karen Krause and Silvia Schneider Chapter 25 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Italy: Miriam’s Story 195Thierry Bonfanti Chapter 26 Counseling and Psychotherapy in the Netherlands: Tom’s Story 203Giel Hutschemaekers, Caroline Vossen, Wubbo Scholte, and Wiede Vissers Chapter 27 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Spain: Andres’s Story 211Carolina Marín-Martín and José M. Prieto Chapter 28 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Russia: Client A’s Story 219Alla Kholmogorova and Svetlana Volikova Chapter 29 Counseling and Psychotherapy in the United Kingdom: Winston’s Story 227Del Loewenthal Part Six Counseling and Psychotherapy in the Middle East Chapter 30 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Iran: Javad’s Story 237Behrooz Birashk Chapter 31 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Israel: Lee’s Story 243Sharon Ziv Beiman Chapter 32 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Lebanon: Zeina’s Story 251Brigitte Khoury and Yasmine I. Fayad Chapter 33 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Palestine: Shaden’s Story 259Shafiq Masalha and Rana G. Nashashibi Chapter 34 Counseling and Psychotherapy in Turkey: Ceren’s Story 267Senel Poyrazli and Murat Balkis Conclusion Chapter 35 Therapy Without Borders: Bridging Counseling and Psychotherapy Across Cultures 277Roy Moodley and Bhisham Khina Index 293
“Although the literature on how mental health practitioners worldwide assist their clients has expanded dramatically in the past few years, very few publications have described actual counselor–client case studies. This book addresses this gap, offering a detailed account of how clinicians from around the world conceptualize their cases and employ a host of diverse counseling strategies. Through reading this book, practitioners, researchers, and trainers in every setting will acquire new insight and skills in the universal and unique aspects of the counseling process."—Lawrence H. Gerstein, PhD, George & Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Psychology-Counseling, Ball State University “This is a wonderful collection of engaging therapeutic stories that illustrate the complexities of counseling within different cultural contexts. It is an excellent stimulus to broaden both students’ and scholars’ conceptualization of counseling and psychotherapy.”—Puncky Paul Heppner, PhD, University of Missouri“This handbook occupies a unique niche in the professional literature. It bridges the gap between the principles and techniques of counseling and the personal biographical experience of individuals in their distinctive sociocultural contexts. The interwoven personal, cultural, and universal strands come alive in a scholarly yet readable fashion.”—Juris Draguns, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University