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Document Type:BL
Record Number:102703
Doc. No:b59900
Main Entry:Kirschenbaum, Howard.
Title & Author:Values clarification in counseling and psychotherapy :practical strategies for individual and group settings /Howard Kirschenbaum.
Publication Statement:Oxford ;New York :Oxford University Press,c2013.
Page. NO:xv, 206 p. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780199972180 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0199972184 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-195) and index.
Contents:1.Paul's Case: A Brief Example of Values Clarification Counseling -- 2.The Values Clarification Approach -- What Values Clarification Is -- What Values Clarification Is Not -- A Brief History of Values Clarification -- Further Developments in Values Clarification -- 3.Implementing Values Clarification -- The Overall Values Clarification Process -- Counselor and Therapist Self-Disclosure -- Individual and Group Formats -- 4.The Value-Clarifying Question -- How Clarifying Questions Work -- Thought-Provoking Questions -- Clarifying Questions -- Good Clarifying Questions -- Where Do Clarifying Questions Come From? -- Examples of Clarifying Questions -- 5.The Clarifying Interview -- Steps in the Clarifying Interview -- Analyzing a Clarifying Interview---Paul's Case Revisited -- 6.Values Clarification Strategies -- Introduction -- 1.Inventories -- 2.Rank Order (Prioritizing) -- 3.Forced-Choice Ladder -- 4.Continuum -- 5.Either-or Forced Choice -- 6.Strongly Agree/Strongly Disagree -- 7.Values Voting -- 8.Proud Questions -- 9.Magic Questions -- 10.Percentage Questions -- 11.Pie of Life -- 12.Public Interview -- 13.Group Interview -- 14.Unfinished Sentences -- 15.I Learned Statements -- 16.I Wonder Statements -- 17.Alternatives Search -- 18.Consequences Search -- 19.Patterns Search -- 20.Alternative Action Search -- 21.Force Field Analysis -- 22.Removing Barriers to Action -- 23.Getting Started or Next Steps -- 24.Self-Contract -- 25.What We Know and What We Want to Know -- 26.Values Name Tags -- 27.What's in Your Wallet? -- 28.One-Minute Autobiography -- 29.Pages for an Autobiography -- 30.Role Model Analysis -- 31.Board of Directors -- 32.Chairs (or Dialogue with Self) -- Strategies 33 to 38: Life Goals Strategies -- 33.Life Line -- 34.Who Are You? -- 35.Epitaph -- 36.Self-Obituary -- 37.Self-Eulogy -- 38.Life Inventory -- Strategies 39 to 41: Written Self-Reflection Strategies -- 39.Values Cards -- 40.Values Diary -- 41.Values Journal -- 7.Tara's Case: The Woman Who Was Trapped in Her Job -- Comment on the Clarifying Interview -- 8.Handling Strategic, Value, and Moral Conflicts with Clients -- Strategic, Value, and Moral Conflicts -- A Continuum of Counseling Responses -- To Clarify or Not to Clarify -- 9.Some Applications of Values Clarification Counseling -- Career Counseling and Development -- Rehabilitation Counseling -- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder -- Human Sexuality -- Counselor and Clinical Education and Supervision -- Personal Growth -- School Counseling -- 10.Values Clarification and Other Approaches to Counseling and Psychotherapy -- Person-Centered Counseling and Psychotherapy -- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies -- Reality Therapy/Choice Theory -- Existential Therapy -- Adlerian Therapy-Individual Psychology -- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy -- Narrative Therapy -- Motivational Interviewing -- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy -- Appreciative Inquiry -- Life Coaching -- Positive Psychology -- 11.Theory and Research -- What Is a "Value"? -- Values Clarification Is and Is Not Value Free -- Multicultural Aspects of Values Clarification -- Research on Values Clarification.
Subject:Counseling psychology.
Subject:Psychotherapy.
Subject:Group psychotherapy.
Subject:Values clarification.
Dewey Classification:‭158.3‬
LC Classification:‭BF636.6‬‭.K565 2013‬
Parallel Title:Practical strategies for individual and group settings