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Counseling around the world : an international handbook

Author: Thomas H Hohenshil; Norman E Amundson; Spencer G Niles
Publisher: Alexandria, VA : American Counseling Association, ©2013.
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In this book, native counselors and leading experts from 40 countries discuss the opportunities for growth and the challenges they face in their countries. After an introductory section discussing global diversity themes and issues, chapters focus on key countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America, Oceania, and South and Central America. Each chapter covers the history and current state of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas H Hohenshil; Norman E Amundson; Spencer G Niles
ISBN: 9781556203169 1556203160
OCLC Number: 796354995
Description: xx, 447 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction to global counseling / Thomas H. Hohenshil, Norman E. Amundson, and Spencer G. Niles --
Global diversity issues in counseling / Sylvia C. Nassar-McMillan, James L. Moore III, Heather A. Warfield, and Renae D. Mayes --
Botswana / Rex Stockton, Amy Nitza, Kayi Ntinda, and Patricia Ncube --
Kenya / Jane E. Atieno Okech and Muthoni Kimemia --
Nigeria / Aneneosa A. G. Okocha --
South Africa / Yegan Pillay and Shannon D. Smith --
Uganda / Ruth M. Senyonyi and Lois Achieng Ochieng --
Zimbabwe / Elias Mpofu, Messiah R. Makuane, Kimberly A. M. Richards...[et. al.] --
China / Ben K. Lim and Soh-Leong Lim --
India / Sachin Jain and Daya Singh Sandhu --
Japan / Tomoko Kudo Grabosky, Harue Ishii, and Shizuno Mase --
The Kyrgyz Republic / Elena Molchanova, Elena Kosterina, Elena Kim...[et. al.] --
The Philippines / Ma. Teresa G. Tuason and Ma. Lourdes Arellano-Carandang --
Singapore / Lay See Yeo, Soo Yin Tan, and Maureen Neihart --
South Korea / Sang Min Lee and Eunjoo Yang --
Taiwan / Yuh-Jen Guo, Shu-Ching Wang, and Don C. Combs --
Thailand / Varunee Faii Sangganjanavanich and Kannikar Nolrajsuwat --
The Czech Republic / Jack D. Simons and Alexandra Durcikova --
Denmark / Rie Thomsen and Peter Plant --
England / Jenny Bimrose and Deirdre Hughes --
France / Jacques Pouyaud and Jean Guichard --
Germany / Josef Strasser --
Greece / Maria Malikiosi-Loizos and Theodoros Giovazolias --
Ireland / Padraig O'Morain, Garrett J. McAuliffee, Kayte Conroy, and Jennifer Johnson --
Italy / Theodore P. Remley Jr., Davide Mariotti, and Tommaso Valleri --
Romania / Andreea Szilagyi and Cristina Nedelcu --
Russia / Christine L. Currie, Marina V. Kuzmina, Ruslan I. Nadyuk, and Sergei V. Yevdoschenko --
Switzerland / Roslyn Thomas and Stacy Henning --
Egypt / Sehar Mikhemar --
Israel / Moshe Israelashvili --
Turkey / Fidan Korkut Owen and Oya Yerin Güneri --
Canada / Roberta A. Neault, Blythe C. Shepard, Krista E. Benes, and Sareena Hopkins --
Mexico / Antonio Tena Suck, Eitan Kleinberg, and J. Scott Hinkle --
The United States / Marcheta Evans, Thelma Duffey, Bradley T. Erford, and Samuel T. Gladding --
Australia / Margot J. Schofield --
New Zealand --
Judi H. Miller and Dale S. Furbsih --
Argentina / Andres Sánchez Bodas, Mercedes Ballbé ter Maat, and Lucrecia Sánchez Berneman --
Brazil / Aida Hutz-Midgett, Marco Antônio Pereira Teixeira, and Claudio Simon Hutz --
Ecuador / Robert L. Smith and Maria Alexandra Valarezo --
Guatemala / María del Pilar Grazioso, Jennifer Keller, Roberto Swazo, and Andrés J. Consoli --
Honduras / Antoinette Ginés-Rivera and Georgina Panting-Sierra --
Venezuela / R. Esteban Montilla --
Overview and analysis of global counseling / Norman E. Amundson, Spencer G. Niles, and Thomas H. Hohenshil.
Responsibility: editors, Thomas H. Hohenshil, Norman E. Amundson, Spencer G. Niles.

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In this book, native counselors and leading experts from 40 countries discuss the opportunities for growth and the challenges they face in their countries. After an introductory section discussing global diversity themes and issues, chapters focus on key countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America, Oceania, and South and Central America. Each chapter covers the history and current state of counseling in the coutnry, theories and techniques that have been shown to work best in metting the needs of the population, diversity issues specific to the region, counselor education and training, and possibilities for the future of counseling in the country. A comprehensive list of international resources and counseling organizations is also included.
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