Handbook of Counseling Psychology

Steven D. Brown, Robert W. Lent, Handbook of Counseling Psychology
Wiley | 2008 | ISBN: 0470096225 | 639 pages | File type: PDF | 2,3 mb
This new edition of the best known and only comprehensive reference covering counseling in clinical and educational settings is completely updated and revised, with chapters by leading figures in counseling psychology.

The Fourth Edition contains new chapters covering the most current information and important emerging professional trends including:

APA ethical standards
Managed care and prescription privileges
The growing use of technology in research, assessment, and counseling
The international growth of counseling psychology
Social justice issues
Positive psychology
Multicultural psychology
Counseling/supervision process and outcome
Vocational psychology
Prevention and development



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