ERIC Number: ED435904
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Advocacy in Counseling: Counselors, Clients, & Community.
Lewis, Judy, Ed.; Bradley, Loretta, Ed.
The sixteen chapters in this volume were selected from advocacy theme papers written by members of the American Counseling Association. They examine the role of the counselor as advocate for different groups of people, as follows: (1) "Developing a Common Language and Framework for Understanding Advocacy in Counseling," (R. L. Toporek); (2) "Advocacy on Behalf of African American Clients," (J-A L. Sander); (3) "Challenging Linguicism: Action Strategies for Counselors and Client-Colleagues," (S. F. Chen-Hayes, M. Chen, and N. Athar); (4) "Advocacy for Native American Indian and Alaska Native Clients and Counselees," (R. Herring); (5) "Empowerment Strategies from Latino/Latina Perspectives" (P. Arredondo and L. Vazquez); (6) "Multiracial Families," (K. Kenney); (7) "Youth Advocacy," (M. D'Andrea and J. Daniels); (8) "Advocating on Behalf of Older Adults," (J. Goodman and E. Waters); (9) "Social Justice Advocacy with Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgendered Persons," (S. F. Chen-Hayes); (10) "Gender-Based Advocacy for Equity and Non-Violence," (S. Hansen); (11) "Domestic Violence: The Case for Social Advocacy," (M. S. Arnold and K. Sobieraj); (12) "Advocacy on Issues Related to Addictions" (M. J. Taleff); (13) "Advocacy for People with HIV/AIDS," (J. Cebuhar); (14) "Working with Mental Health Care Advocacy Groups," (M. Tenety and M. Kiselica); (15) "Advocacy and Indigenous Methods of Healing," (D. W. Sue); and (16) "Advocating for Women in the Criminal Justice and Addiction Treatment Systems," (K. Kelly and G. Empson). Each chapter provides a list of references. Also includes 25 citations for additional resources related to advocacy. (MKA)
Descriptors: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Advocacy, Alaska Natives, American Indians, Bias, Bilingualism, Blacks, Correctional Rehabilitation, Counseling, Counselor Role, Drug Rehabilitation, Empowerment, Family Violence, Females, Hispanic Americans, Homosexuality, Lesbianism, Mental Health, Multiracial Persons, Older Adults, Organizations (Groups), Racial Bias, Sex Fairness, Social Action, Youth
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; ERIC Publications
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Counselors; Practitioners
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.; American Counseling Association, Alexandria, VA.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC.
Identifiers: Addictive Behavior; American Counseling Association; Latinas; Latinos; Traditional Healing; Transsexuals
Note: For the sixteen individual chapters separately analyzed, see CG 029 605-620.