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Issues and Problems in Multicultural Counseling
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9 pages in length. A comprehensive overview of issues concerning multicultural counseling. Examined are considerations and problems faced by counselors working with culturally-diverse groups, models in multicultural training, and the bi-racial identity development model (clearly explained). Bibliography lists approximately 12 sources.
Filename: Multicou.wps

Issues In Counseling
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5 pages in length. The writer discusses definition, basic theories, help skills, confidentiality and privacy, and referral as they relate to counseling. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCadvic.wps

Key Ethical Issues in Marital and Family Therapy
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8 pages in length. In defining the role that ethics plays in family and marital psychotherapy, one must view the psychoanalysis program as a whole in order to determine what should and should not be expected of a counselor. Maintaining an impeccable ethical standard is of the utmost importance in the family and marital counselor's role. The problem in not maintaining a high standard of ethics lies not only in the fact a counselor might lose one's license, but the fact that unethical treatment could do irreparable damage to the client as well. For this reason this paper will consider what the three key ethical problems might be that are specific to the practice of marital and family therapy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAmrrge.wps

Leading Groups To Problem Solve
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This three-page-paper presents a discussion on the characteristics and personality traits it takes to make a good leader in a counseling setting. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: CWgrplea.wps

Love Is Never Enough, Or Is It?
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An 8 page paper discussing the book by Aaron T. Beck entitled, Love is Never Enough. This book is based a cognitive therapy approach to marriage counseling. Beck offers many constructive ideas and exercises for the couple who wish to more fully understand each other while ceasing to bring in their negative, and pointless, emotions into the relationship. While this book may apply to many people, if not all people in some way, it is presumptuous to assume that love is 'never enough.'
Filename: Lnevere.wps

Making it Crazy: an Ethnography of Psychiatric Clients in an American Community: A Review of the Book by Sue E. Estroff
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A 6 page review of the injustices associated with the mental health arena as presented by Sue Estroff. Estroff approaches her subject from the eyes of the patient in the institutional setting and because of this she illuminates many aspects of the interaction between the mental health patient, mainstream society, and the mental health profession which are not typically explored in the professional literature. Asserts that the mentally ill are discriminated against in this country by both the general public and mental health professionals. Draws parallels between the scenarios which unfold in "Making It Crazy: An Ethnography of Psychiatric Clients in an American Community" and the popular fictional film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". Concludes that patients, mental health professionals and the general public share in the many wrongs which are apparent in the mental health arena and that will only be through the cooperation of each that the injustices which Estroff is so adept at illustrating will be righted. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPcrazy.wps

Marilyn Monroe And REBT
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A 15 page paper. This is a hypothetical case that supports the use of Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) with Marilyn Monroe one year before she died. First, a comprehensive overview of Monroe's life is offered. Using the DSM-IV criteria, a diagnosis is made as well as a The Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) Scale score. The writer then explains, briefly, what Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy is and how and why the elements will be used with Monroe. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PGmmnrbt.rtf

Marital & Family Therapy / Techniques
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A 12 page examination of the history and central features of Marital and Family Therapy as a social movement and an institution. Significant trends and contributions are highlighted including : Structural Family Therapy, Strategic Family Therapy, Transgenerational Family Therapy, and Behavioral Family Therapy. The writer also provides a brief overview of treatment modalities that have developed under the umbrella of marriage and family therapy and formulates a theory of marital and family therapy based upon the "better parts" of that which already exists. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Marrfami.wps


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