Donna A. Henderson ; Charles L. Thompson
The most up-to-date and applicable strategies for constructing useful approaches to counseling children are presented in COUNSELING CHILDREN. The authors will help you prepare for your future career by translating theory into practice and concentrating on how concepts and up-to-date knowledge can be applied in various contexts. This straightforward guide will provide you with a realistic perspective on the counseling profession by presenting you with helpful strategies as well as case studies. A developmental approach to counseling is also presented here, which takes into account age and stage differences when counseling children, adolescents, and adults respectively. The ninth edition includes the ethical standards and best practice guidelines established by the ACA in 2014, as well as new ideas that will help you better understand the world of children. You will be provided with effective ways to deliver interventions across multiple settings if you expand the coverage of children who have special concerns and of family interventions.