Understanding People in Context: The Ecological Perspective in Counseling by Ellen P. Cook
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1556202873 | 317 pages | PDF | 8,4 MB
This unique book emphasizes applications for individual counseling, group work, and community counseling that consider clients as individuals within the contexts of families, cultural groups, workplaces, and communities. The ecological perspective is a strengths-based approach to well-being that integrates diverse theoretical models under one conceptual framework and assists counselors in deciding when, where, and how to use various change strategies. It highlights the interactional nature of human behavior and the importance of meaning making in helping clients cope with challenges and develop more satisfying and productive lives.
Part I describes the theoretical research base and major tenets of the ecological perspective and its applications to counseling practice. In Part II, experts who have used the ecological perspective in their own work discuss their distinct version of the ecological perspective and how it is useful in counseling with diverse client populations; in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning; in schools; in substance abuse programs; and in faith-based communities. Implications for counselor training are also examined.
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