Counseling and Psychotherapy by David Capuzzi
Theories and Interventions (4th Edition)

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Edited by two prominent counseling professionals, the fourth edition of this popular book examines theories of counseling and psychotherapy through the eyes of 20 experts in the field. Timely information and professional perspective makes each chapter relevant, as an expert discusses the theory and its application in the clinical setting. A consistent case study seamlessly ties together each chapter, reinforcing how theories help organize data and provide guidelines for helping professionals. This edition features a new chapter on diversity, a new chapter on transpersonal theory and social justice, more on feminist theory, and more on integrative approaches to counseling and psychotherapy.

 

About David Capuzzi

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David Capuzzi," Ph.D., N.C.C., L.P.C., is a past president of the American Counseling Association (formerly the American Association for Counseling and Development) and is professor and coordinator of Counselor Education in the Graduate School of Education at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. A former editor of The School Counselor, Dr. Capuzzi has authored a number of textbook chapters and monographs on the topic of preventing adolescent suicide and is coeditor and author, with Dr. Larry Golden, of "Helping Families Help Children: Family Interventions with School Related Problems" and "Preventing Adolescent Suicide." He co-authored and edited "Youth at Risk: A Prevention Resource for Counselors, Teachers, and Parents; Introduction to the Counseling Profession; Introduction to Group Counseling" and "Counseling and Psychotherapy: Theories and Interventions" with Douglas R. Gross. He has authored or co-authored articles in a number of ACA-related journals. A frequent speaker and keynoter at professional conferences and institutes, Dr. Capuzzi has also consulted with a variety of school districts and community agencies interested in initiating prevention and intervention strategies for adolescents at risk for suicide. He has facilitated the development of suicide prevention, crisis management, and post intervention programs in communities throughout the United States; provides training on the topics of "youth at risk" and "grief and loss"; and serves as an invited adjunct faculty member at other universities as time permits. He is the first recipient of ACA's Kitty Cole Human Rights Award.
 
Published July 29, 2006 by Prentice Hall. 512 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction