The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
560
Utgivningsdatum
2012-10-18
Upplaga
New
Förlag
OUP USA
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
255 x 187 x 25 mm
Vikt
1142 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
68:B&W 7 x 10 in or 254 x 178 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780195396423

The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology

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The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology presents a lifespan approach to prevention that emphasizes strengths of individuals and communities, integrates multicultural and social justice perspectives, and includes best practices in the prevention of a variety of psychological problems in particular populations.
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PART ONE: FUNDAMENTALS OF PREVENTION; 1. PREVENTION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: A SIMPLE YET DIFFICULT COMMITMENT; ELIZABETH M. VERA AND MEGAN K. POLANIN; 2. A HISTORY OF PREVENTION IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY; ROBERT K. CONYNE; 3. PREVENTION IN THE 21ST CENTURY; JOHN L. ROMANO; 4. BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES ON PREVENTION: IMPROVING THE WELL-BEING OF INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, AND COMMUNITIES; SALLY M. HAGE, JONATHAN SCHWARTZ, AND MICHELLE MURRAY; 5. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR THE PRACTICE OF PREVENTION; JONATHAN P. SCHWARTZ, SALLY M. HAGE, AND DIANNA M. GONZALEZ; 6. TEACHING PREVENTION: PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION OF PSYCHOLOGISTS; CONNIE R. MATTHEWS; 7. DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF PREVENTION PROGRAMS; MARSHA DAVIS, PAMELA ORPINAS, AND ARTHUR M. HORNE; 8. ADVOCACY AND PREVENTION: DISMANTLING SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION; ALEX L. PIETERSE, ALEXA E. HANUS, AND MICHAEL M. GALE; 9. PREVENTION IN PURSUIT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; MAUREEN E. KENNY AND MARY BETH MEDVIDE; 10. CRITICAL PSYCHOLOGY, PREVENTION, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE; ISAAC PRILLELTENSKY AND GEOFFREY NELSON; PART TWO: BEST PRACTICES IN THE PREVENTION OF BEHAVIORAL, EMOTIONAL, AND HEALTH PROBLEMS; 11. UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING ADOLESCENT BULLYING, SEXUAL VIOLENCE, AND DATING VIOLENCE; DOROTHY L. ESPELAGE AND SABINA LOW; 12. KEEPING THE DRAGONS AT BAY: RESEARCH-BASED APPROACHES TO THE PREVENTION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE; PAUL E. PRIESTER AND JANICE E. JONES; 13. SUICIDE PREVENTION IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: WHERE WE HAVE BEEN, WHERE WE NEED TO GO; JAMES R. ROGERS AND KATHLEEN M. BENSON; 14. DROPOUT PREVENTION: A (RE)CONCEPTUALIZATION THROUGH THE LENS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE; RICHARD Q. SHIN AND MONE'T A. KENDALL; 15. INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES TO THE PREVENTION OF EATING DISORDERS AND OBESITY IN YOUTH: PROGRESS, PITFALLS, AND POSSIBILITIES; SUZANNE E. MAZZEO, RACHEL W. GOW, AND CYNTHIA M. BULIK; 16. PREVENTION OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE; M. MEGHAN DAVIDSON, JONATHAN SCHWARTZ, AND MICHAEL WALDO; 17. PREVENTION OF CONDUCT DISORDER: DO WE HAVE REASON TO BE HOPEFUL?; BRIAN P. DALY, CINDY BUCHANAN, KIMBERLY DASCH, DAWN EICHEN, AND CLARE LENHART; 18. TOWARDS THE PREVENTION OF RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AMONG LATINA YOUTH; LISA M. EDWARDS AND LUCIA J. STUBBS; 19. AMELIORATING CANCER DISPARITIES IN MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED WOMEN: A COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH; LYDIA P. BUKI, YADIRA MONTOYA, AND DEBORAH E. LINARES; PART THREE: PROMOTING WELLNESS AND ADAPTATION; 20. PROMOTING HEALTHY AGING IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY; ROBERT D. HILL AND MICHAEL DUFFY; 21. PROMOTING COLLEGE RETENTION IN FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS; MINDI N. THOMPSON AND JULIA C. PHILLIPS; 22. PROMOTING RESILIENCE IN IMMIGRANTS: UNDERSTANDING LATINO/A ADAPTATION AND STRENGTHS; MELISSA L. MORGAN, NELLY GONZALEZ, AND SUSANA AYALA LOPEZ; 23. PROMOTING POSITIVE IDENTITY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN GIRLS; ANITA JONES THOMAS, SUZETTE L. SPEIGHT, LAURA D. TURNER-ESSEL, AND RABIATU BARRIE; 24. CAREER DEVELOPMENT AS PREVENTION: TOWARD A SOCIAL COGNITIVE MODEL OF VOCATIONAL HOPE; STEVEN D. BROWN, KRISTEN LAMP, KYLE J. TELANDER, AND JASON HACKER; 25. A LIFE SKILLS, COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH FOR HELPING RETURNING SERVICE MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES; STEVEN J. DANISH; 26. PROMOTING WELL-BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH IN REFUGEES; LARISA BUHIN LONCAR; 27. !SI PODEMOS! (YES WE CAN!): PROMOTING ACADEMIC SUCCESS IN MEXICAN AMERICAN GIRLS; LISA Y. FLORES AND PATTON O. GARRIOTT; 28. PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH IN ASIAN IMMIGRANTS; PEI-WEN WINNIE MA, MUNYI SHEA, AND CHRISTINE J. YEH; 29. DISMANTLING THE BIRD CAGE: HOW COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGISTS CAN PREVENT HETEROSEXISM; MELINDA HALEY, EVE ADAMS, GINGER DICKSON, TRACIE HITTER, AND LAURA LUNA; 30. PREVENTING RACIAL INJURIES, PROMOTING RACIAL JUSTICE; HELEN A. NEVILLE AND LISA B. SPANIERMAN; 31. CENTS AND SENSIBILITIES: PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH WITH SPORT AND EXERCISE; WILLIAM D. PARHAM; PART FOUR: CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS; 32. PREVENTION IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: WE HAVE SEEN THE FUTURE, AND THE FUTURE IS US; ELIZABETH M. VERA AND MEGAN K. POLANIN