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60 MC items covering first four chapters (15 per chapter) TO study: READ the chapter VIEW the notes The counselor’s role in therapy How thinking emotions and behavior are related to successful therapy o Difference between common factors and specific factors o Common o Specific Rupture misunderstandings, breakdowns. Or tensions in the client/counselor alliance o Relationship will only be stronger is ruptures are mended Positive outcome= quality of therapeutic alliance Primary change agent in counseling relationship is Three core therapist qualities (carl rogers): 1. Accurate empathy 2. Nonpossessive warmth 3. Genuiness Empirically supported treatment movement goals, limitations, advantages
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Unformatted text preview: • Case conceptualization def. examples • Who do you need a case conceptualization for? • Difference between CC and diagnosis • Different aspects of case conceptualization self, order, activities • Open-ended technique KELLY’S SKETCH • DSM who publishes, theoretical cases, axes • Ethics all parts (justice, fidelity, etc) • Multiple/dual relationships • Confidentiality • Informed consent • How to resolve ethical dilemma • Cultural sensitive counseling • Difference b/w sex and gender • Race, ethnicity, culture, multiculturalism, racial identity VOCABULARY • Feminist Shared power, individual choice, social action...
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