Having suffered traumatic loss, Alexander-along with his rescue dogs, Martin and Luther-is called from civilian counseling to his former military career, on a rescue mission in Palm Beach, Florida where three houses of worship are decimated by terrorist bombings. After he and team find one survivor, their journey brings them into friendship with the Jewish youth's father. Reoccurring dreams regarding the Biblical prophet, Daniel, and an insane king, along with a larger-than-life chaplain, trouble Alexander. Alexander and his heroes-by Divine Providence-uncover the resurgence of an old enemy to the Catholic Church. This murderous rogue order of Jesuits, led by foreign and American citizens under the allusive Agent Smith, is determined to incorporate a Fifth Column with its own radical agenda: combining political and religious power. Believing they are doing God's service, they remove anyone in their path. Other life-changing encounters end Alexander's aloofness and begin his healing. '. . . Privilege previewing what I believe will be a best seller. But more importantly, a book that may open the eyes of the church to the times we are facing. . . [and a] much needed revelation.' - Ron Hill, Senior Pastor, Cliffview COG
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This easy-to-understand text addresses critical topics in human services to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the field. You'll learn about professional issues and major theories related to human service work as well as about how to work with varying client populations and become a culturally competent helper. Major content areas include professional issues, standards in the profession (skill standards, ethics, accreditation, and credentialing), history, counseling theory, helping skills, human development, group and family counseling, community systems, consultation and supervision, and research, testing, and evaluation. The last chapter (on career development) gives you an opportunity to examine whether human services is the right field for you and helps you understand the career counseling process. The book is further distinguished by its experiential emphasis, unique use of personal vignettes, and focus on the development of the helper.
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Praise for Clinical Case Formulations Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client, Second Edition '[Barbara Ingram has put] a career into the development of this book and it is wonderful! My students love that it was written with them in mind and they love the statements designed to reduce anxiety and normalize the learning process. This is an excellent book!'--Amy M. Rees-Turyn, PhD Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology, Lewis & Clark College A step-by-step model for individualized case conceptualization Fully revised and updated, the second edition of Clinical Case Formulations provides step-by-step tools and insightful guidance for moving from first contact with a client to the development of an effective, personalized treatment plan. Addressing the essential question every therapist faces--How do I create a treatment plan that is the best match for my client?--this unique resource provides a systematic and thoughtful method for integrating ideas, skills, and techniques from different theoretical approaches. It combines empirical research and clinical experience to create a case formulation that is tailor-made for the client. This comprehensive resource offers two tools to guide case formulations: a problem-oriented framework, with a list of 28 standards for evaluating its application, and a set of 30 core clinical hypotheses derived from the knowledge bases of psychology, psychiatry, counseling, and social work professions. The new edition includes: * Hypotheses on Emotional Focus, Trauma, and Metacognitive Perspective * More detailed attention given to empirically supported therapies such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) * Discussion on the importance of bringing cultural competence to case formulation tasks with every client * Skill-building activities throughout the text Offering a thorough framework to help clients experience effective clinical service, practitioners will learn to conceptualize clients' needs in ways that lead to strong and individualized treatment plans, as well as advice and guidance on what to do when selected interventions fail to produce the expected benefits.
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Synopsis: Integrating counseling--theory and practice--with the biblical revelation has now been attempted many times and with considerable success. However, in Walking Alongside, Bill Andersen has attacked the connection from a different angle. His starting point is what the Bible says about people, and God's relationship with them. He has chosen, from biblical theology, major features that should characterize Christian life, and has used these as presuppositions for any form of people-helping, but especially for counseling. From here the task has been to trace their therapeutic effects in the lives of those human beings needing such help. Endorsements: 'Generally winsome, personable, and accessible. An interesting and engaging piece.' --Andrew Sloane, Lecturer, Old Testament and Christian Thought, Morling College 'This book will serve a useful purpose, especially for those preparing, as Christians, for a counseling career. They will appreciate three things: the fair and balanced way contemporary writings are discussed; the fact that, on a few proposals, Andersen comes down strongly with disapproval, giving reasons for doing so; and the relationship between counseling and Scripture, with the conviction that basic biblical concepts can and should be wedded to one's counseling techniques.' --David Stewart, former Principal, Bible College of New Zealand Author Biography: Bill Andersen is a Life-Member of the Australian Psychological Society, and is a registered psychologist, currently conducting a private counseling service. He was formerly Lecturer in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Sydney, and Warden, Morling Theological College, where he lectured in twentieth-century theology. In 2010, he was a recipient of the award, Member of the Order of Australia (AM), for his contributions to Religious Education and to the work of Scripture Union worldwide.
Imagine beginning your thirty-six-year high school counseling career by returning to your former high school, your alma mater, still being rememberedfor better or for worseby many of your past teachers and some staff members. That is where Jim Mancke found himself in the fall of 1975. With his undergraduate degree in psychology, a three-year stint in the Military Police Corps, and a masters degree in secondary school counseling, he felt relatively well prepared for the task ahead. Little did he know how little he did know! While his heart was open to serving the adolescent community, he quickly discovered he had much yet to learn. Interestingly, it would be his students and their parents who would prove to be his teachers and he their pupil. The lessons he learned are what this book is about. His first nineteen years of service (he preferred to call this his ministry) were at Spartanburg High School in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He then answered a call to serve in a private (independent) school setting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at the McCallie School, which offered both day and boarding options. The boarding component of McCallie added a new dimension to his counseling model. He served there for seventeen years. Both schools proved to be fertile ground for the lessons he learned. While Jim was honored to be the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions throughout his counseling ministry, two proved to be extra special. In 1991 he received the distinguished Lewis Hine Award from the National Child Labor Committee in New York, presented for unparalleled achievement in service to children and youth. In 1993 Governor Carroll Campbell of South Carolina presented Jim the states highest civilian honor, the Order of the Palmetto, for his interest in and friendship to the state of South Carolina and her people. As his memoirs attest, Jims greatest honor was that of serving his students and their parents.
Practice management is one of the key disciplines in the career of a dentist. Most dentists own their own practices and even associateships carry with them the prospect of management, accounting, and dealing with dental insurance providers. Dental Practice Transition: A Practical Guide to Management, Second Edition, helps readers navigate through options such as starting a practice, associateships, and buying an existing practice with helpful information on business systems, marketing, staffing, and money management. With topics applicable to both recently graduated as well as established professionals, Dental Practice Transition is a comprehensive exposition of practice management from a dentist´s perspective. Special Features * Unique comprehensive guide for the newly qualified dentist * Covers key aspects of practice management and the transition into private practice * Experienced editorial team provides a fresh, balanced and in-depth look at this vitally important subject * New and expanded chapters on dental insurance, patient communication, personal finance, associateships, embezzlement, and dental service organizations The Editors Dr. David Dunning has provided management consulting services for many years. He has been on the faculty of the College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, for more than 30 years, teaching and conducting research in behavioral science and practice management. In addition to developing the practice management curriculum, Dr. Dunning has helped many students transition into private practice--start-ups, associateships and practice purchases. Dr. Dunning served as a leader in ADEA´s Section on Practice Management in various roles for many years. Dr. Brian Lange has developed a real estate business and provided counseling/consulting services for many years. He has been on the faculty of the College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center for more than40 years, teaching and conducting research in behavioral science and practice management. Dr. Lange has served as an officer in ADEA´s Section on Practice Management and is the current Councilor for the Section.
Thirty years ago, when compared to the U.S., England, France, and Sweden, Japan had the lowest life expectancy for males and females. Today, Japan has the highest life expectancy and is the world's most rapidly aging society. Public Policy and the Old Age Revolution in Japan captures the vitality of Japanese policymakers and the challenges they face in shaping a modern society responding to its changing needs. The rapid transition to an aging society poses a set of complex policy and resource dilemmas; the responses taken in Japan are of great value to policymakers, professionals, and students in the fields of gerontology, Asian and Japanese studies, sociology, public policy, administration and management, and anthropology in other industrial aging societies. Readers of Public Policy and the Old Age Revolution in Japan will discover the array of social and economic implications that comes with an increasingly aged society. Such a change in demographics affects pension expenditures and pension contributions, capital formation and savings rates, health costs, service systems, tax bases, labor pools, career counseling, training, advertising, and marketing. This book does not stop with these topics, however. Readers also learn about:how older Japanese workers are staying employed and employablepolicies in Japan for a smooth transition from work to retirementJapan's Silver Human Resource Centersthe new direction of health services in Japanthe Japanese financing system for elderly health carethe expansion of formalized in-home services for Japan's agedJapanese housing policy and the concept of universal designthe Gold Plan, a comprehensive ten-year plan to promote health care and welfare for the agedthe concept of ikigai--promoting feelings of purpose and self-worth in the agedPublic Policy and the Old Age Revolution in Japan is one of only a handful of books prepared in English by American and Japanese authors for an international audience about aging and social policy in Japan. The book's recent collection of articles by leading scholars on the subject makes it a unique and timely source of information. Above all, Public Policy and the Old Age Revolution in Japan makes it clear that the rest of the world has many valuable lessons to learn by studying Japan's approach to its rapidly aging society.
This book is designed to help you solve your toughest problems, take care of your people, and get great results. You will benefit from the fifty insights by incorporating them into your personal leadership practice and growing as a leader. Each insight is structured as a self-contained 'lesson.' Following is a list of the insights: Insight #1: Leadership is a Hero's Journey. Start Yours Now Insight #2: Get Clear on Your Leadership Sight Picture-How to Power Your Leadership by Knowing Who You Are and What You Stand For Insight #3: It's about 'Duty, Honor, Country'-Lead with the Power of Your Values Insight #4: Washington at Newburgh-Compromise Your Morals, Forfeit Your Right to Lead Insight #5: Lead With Superpowers--Leverage Your Strengths Insight #6: Powell, Rumsfeld, or Wooden? Base Your Leadership Success on a Great Model Insight #7: 'I Do Solemnly Swear to Support and Defend'-Do You Pass the Buck or Accept the Blame? Insight #8: Of Generals and Admirals-Work Incessantly to Achieve Leadership Mastery Insight #9: Win the War! Create and Implement Your Campaign Strategy Insight #10: Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)-Sense the Competitive Environment Insight #11: Stirrups, Airplanes, and Radios-You Must Deal With Change Insight #12: Power from the Edge-Leverage the Field for Innovation Insight #13: 'We few, we happy few, we band of brothers'-The Absolute Importance of Strong Functioning Relationships Insight #14: Successfully Navigate Your Political Force Field Insight #15: Appreciate Your Friends, Allies, and Coalitions-Strengthening Your Power Base Insight #16: Getting What You Need-Using Your Power Base for Influence and Leverage to Get Things Done Insight #17: 'To End a War'-Negotiating Your Way to Success Insight #18: Peacetime and Wartime Decision Making-Having the Courage to Make Decisions That Count Insight #19: 'Life is Tough, But It's Tougher if You're Stupid'-How to Work the Wicked Problems Insight #20: Attack in Any Direction-How to Deal with the Pressures of Leadership Insight #21: Open the Aperture to Gain Perspective Insight #22: Trusted Advisors and Mentors-The Importance of High-Quality Advice Insight #23: Losing a Battle, But Not the War-Learning from Failure Insight #24: 'Twelve 'O Clock High'-Rebuilding Distressed Organizations Insight #25: Communicate like Churchill-Inspire Through Authenticity Insight #26: 'Under the Oak Tree Counseling'-Build Trust with Your People Insight #27: 'Dear Mrs. Ryan'-The Power of Empathic Communication Insight #28: 'Bad News Doesn't Get Better With Time'-Delivering Bad News Insight #29: Commander's Intent-Empowering Your People to Adapt and Act Insight #30: 'Everything in War Is Simple, but the Simplest Thing Is Difficult'-No Hassle Time Management Insight #31: The Stand-Up-How to Run Great Meetings Insight #32: 'Adapt, Improvise, Overcome'-Coaching Your Team Insight #33: 'The Snowstorm Has Stopped'-Ask Powerful Questions Insight #34: Spartans at Thermopylae-Inculcating Esprit de Corps Insight #35: 'Giving Your Best Military Advice'-Managing Your Boss Insight #36: 'Airman Lateer'-Leading from Below Insight #37: Building Future Leaders-Succession Planning Insight #38: Making Rank-Moving Up in Your Career Insight #39: Achieving Warrior Resilience Insight #40: Get Your PT In-Take Care of Yourself Insight #41: Be Family Strong-Take Care of Your Family Insight #42: We Appreciate You-Serving Your Community Insight #43: Setting the Conditions for Your People to Perform-Your Role in Motivation Insight #44: Celebrate Your Victories, Large and Small Insight #45: Earning Medals and Winning Awards-Tell Your People You Love Them Insight #46: Cultivate Humility in Service Insight #47: Working for Napoleon-How Deal With Negative Leadership Insight #48: Dealing with Tragedy Insight #49: Commanding the Room--Leading with Presence Insight #50: Commit to Reflection, Growth, and Renewal as a Heroic Leader
As the practice of outplacement counseling continues to evolve, outplacement professionals are increasingly called upon to respond effectively to a rapidly changing set of counseling and business developments. One of the major trends is that the skills and expertise of outplacement practitioners are of value to individuals still employed within corporate organizations as well as to those who have already lost their jobs. Practitioners are designing programs and delivering services in the areas of executive coaching, organization development, internal career management, and more. Another trend is that career management professionals are challenged to provide effective services to an increasingly diverse group of candidates to ensure that they are maintaining the highest professional standards in their service delivery. And more attention is being given to innovative applications of technology to career management services. As a result of these evolving trends, the need has never been greater for career management professionals to think clearly about the services they deliver, to enhance their own professional development on an ongoing basis, and to respond effectively to changes in the labor market. One of the best ways to accomplish this growth is to fully tap the knowledge and experience of authorities in the field. The contributors to this volume are established industry leaders with demonstrated expertise in their areas of special interest. This volume is a valuable resource to all those interested in the fields of outplacement and career management-- especially current and &quote;would-be&quote; practitioners. Its contents will benefit candidates receiving career management services and human resources professionals whose organizations provide such services. It is also of interest to those from a variety of academic backgrounds including counseling psychology, organization development, and industrial/organizational psychology. For all of these audiences, this volume assembles practical, state-of-the-art information about important career development topics from a broad range of distinguished practitioners.