Since its conception by Allen Ivey in the mid-1960s, microcounseling has grown from a methodology for teaching basic counseling skills to a conceptual framework for the multicultural intentional helper. Microcounseling has proven to be a very effective training paradigm with a wide variety of individuals from various cultures and contexts. This text presents not only the latest thinking on microcounseling but, more specifically, outlines the major theoretical constructs and concepts of the microcounseling model. These constructs and concepts are framed within the context of the culturally effe.Recommendations for improving psychotherapy training based on experience with manual-guided training and research: An ... Application of videotape and audiotape self-confrontation procedures to training clinicians in speech and hearinganbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2007|