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Case Conceptualization and Effective Interventions
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Chapter 1: A Journey into the Profession Introduction A Brief History of Counseling Who Are We Now? Counseling and Related Professions Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going? Looking To the Future Chapter 2: What Makes Counseling Work? Introduction Personal Characteristics of the Effective Counselor The Therapeutic Alliance Facilitative Conditions Which Support the Helping Relationship Transference and Countertransference Relationship Ruptures Counselor Self-Awareness Multicultural Competence Accountability Theoretical Orientation What About the Client? Pulling It All Together Chapter 3: Case Conceptualization That Works Introduction Diagnosis and Problem Identification Case Conceptualization The T/C Model: An Integrative Approach to Case Conceptualization The Case of Katy Treatment Planning Chapter 4: Depressive Disorders Introduction Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD) Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), including Major Depressive Episode (MDE) Persistent Depressive Disorder (PDD) Substance/Medication Induced Depression Other Specified and Unspecified Depressive Disorders Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for Depression Using the T/C Model The Case of James Chapter 5: Bipolar Disorders Introduction Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventrions Case Conceptualization for Bipolar Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of Jason Chapter 6: Anxiety Disorders Introductions Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Panic Disorder Specific Phobias Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) Agoraphobia Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Populations Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for Anxiety Using the T/C Model The Case of Jim Chapter 7: Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders Introduction Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Hoarding Disorder (HD) Comorbidty Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for OCD and Related Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of Sandy Chapter 8: Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders Introduction Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for Trauma-Related Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of Sora Chapter 9: Feeding and Eating Disorders Introduction Anorexia Nervosa (AN) Bulimia Nervosa (BN) Binge-Eating Disorder Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for Eating Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of Rebecca Chapter 10: Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders Introduction Substance Use Disorders Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization for Substance-Related Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of JJ Chapter 11: Personality Disorders Introduction Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization of Personality Disorders Using the T/C Model The Case of Jerry Chapter 12: Disorders With Typical Childhood Onset Introduction Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Conduct Disorder (CD) Comorbidity Cultural Considerations and Population Factors Etiology and Risk Factors Treatment Interventions Case Conceptualization Considerations Using the T/C Model The Case of Phillip Chapter 13: Case Conceptualization in Practice Case Conceptualization and the T/C Model Going Forward: The T/C Model in Practice

About the Author

Lynn Zubernis, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and an associate professor at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She has over 20 years of counseling experience in a variety of settings, including serving as the assistant director of a university counseling center and working as a school psychologist. Her experience also encompasses clinical work at inpatient psychiatric hospitals, community mental health organizations, eating disorder clinics, and juvenile detention facilities. She also served as the CACREP coordinator for West Chester University's fully accredited counselor education program. Dr. Zubernis has published numerous articles and books and presented at national conferences on counseling diverse populations, motivational interviewing, psychological understanding, positive psychology, and the psychology of being a fan. Matthew Snyder, PhD, is a licensed professional counselor, an associate professor, and department chair of counselor education at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He has practiced in a number of diverse settings working as a high school counselor, inpatient psychiatric specialist, university counselor, drug and alcohol counselor, university professor, and in private practice. Dr. Snyder has over 20 years of clinical, teaching, and supervision experience. He has written several articles and presented at national conferences on motivational interviewing, treating adolescent depression, and counseling diverse populations.

Reviews

"In [this book], Zubernis and Snyder provide counselors-in-training and beginning counselors alike with an excellent resource to assist them in accurately diagnosing and treating clients using current approaches proven to be effective at bringing about change. Through their guided presentation of mental disorders most often encountered by professional counselors, Zubernis and Snyder bridge the gap between theory and practice and prepare counselors to effectively work with diverse client populations."

-- Joshua C. Watson, Mississippi State University-Meridian

"This text will help transform how we teach and provide skill development [and] professional identity for our students in the 21st century."

-- Anthony T. Strange, Winthrop University

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