by Lourie W. Reichenberg, Linda W. Seligman, and Victoria E. Kress
The Pearson print rental service provides students with a cost-effective alternative to obtain educational resources for their study. “Theories of Psychotherapy and Counseling: Systems, Approaches, and Techniques” offers a fresh take on both modern and old counseling theories. Each theory chapter begins with a brief introduction to the theory and a biographical biography of its originator, followed by a thorough explanation of its fundamental principles, therapy process, techniques and procedures, current application, and advantages and disadvantages. Special emphasis is placed on the applicability of each theory to persons from various backgrounds.
The book’s 5th Edition has been completely revised, delivering an enhanced learning experience by delving into the depth and complexities of each topic. All ideas have been revised, and new chapters have been added on postmodern theories, feminist treatment, and contemporary cognitive behavioral theories.
The textbook is offered in print as well as digital editions, with the Pearson eText and MyLab Counseling providing a customizable and individualized learning environment. Students can use MyLab to connect counseling theories to clinical practice through skill development and personal tasks at the end of each chapter.
Please keep in mind that MyLab Counseling is a separate item that does not include the book’s content as part of the bundle. Students should check with their professors to ensure that they have the relevant package ISBN and Course ID before purchasing the book through MyLab.
Overall, “Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Systems, Strategies, and Skills” is an invaluable resource for students trying to comprehend various counseling theories and effectively apply them in clinical practice.