Contemporary Theories in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Contemporary Theories in Counseling and Psychotherapy provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to cutting-edge therapeutic approaches that are widely revered and used, but generally not included within traditional counseling theories textbooks. Readers learn theories that will not only keep their knowledge current in an evolving field, but also will help to improve and support the ongoing development of their personal practice.
The text features contributed chapters written by scholars in the discipline that cover the following contemporary theories: contemporary psychodynamic therapy (CPT); contemporary person-centered counseling (CPCC); cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); integrative post-modern therapy (IPMT: narrative, solution-focused, relational-cultural); dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT); motivational interviewing (MI); positive counseling; neurocounseling (including EMDR); and complementary, alternative, and integrative modalities (CAM). [From the back cover]
Cognella Academic Publishing
San Diego, CA
Counseling | Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Neukrug, Edward S. (Editor), "Contemporary Theories in Counseling and Psychotherapy" (2020). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Books. 43.