provides a useful resource for any type of counseling practitioner. Presenting a wide variety of the most effective and commonly used techniques associated with various diagnoses, theoretical bases, and client populations, it offers experienced therapists and students alike a single, trustworthy resource for clinical reference and guidance.
Each chapter includes a user-friendly, step-by-step explanation of the techniques covered. Sections survey the following:
- Basic types of techniques (cognitive, behavioral, experiential, and more)
- Techniques for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families
- Techniques for a wide variety of individual and family issues, including emotional dysregulation, shame, loss, sexual abuse, trauma, domestic violence, attachment wounds, and much more
Featuring a lineup of top-notch, highly experienced counselors and thoroughly integrated with a Christian worldview, Counseling Techniques will equip therapists and students in various helping disciplines for the frequent clinical issues that arise in all forms of counseling.
John C. Thomas
(PhD, University of South Carolina; PhD, Capella University) is professor of counseling and family studies at Liberty University. A licensed professional counselor and certified substance abuse counselor, he has written several books including Therapeutic Expedition
and, with Gary Habermas, What’s Good About Feeling Bad?