ERIC Number: ED390003
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Systems Theory across the Counseling Spectrum.
Kaplan, David M., Ed.
Journal for the Professional Counselor, v10 n2 spec iss Fall 1995
The focus of this volume is systems theory. While systems theory has been widely utilized in marriage and family counseling, it is less well known to counselors in other specialities. Articles in this issue are: "The Evolving Family of the 1990s: Implications for Counselors" (Terry Bordan and Eugene Goldin); "Systems Theory across the Counseling Spectrum" (David M. Kaplan, Kathleen A. Collins); "Returning Women Students and Their Family Systems: Implications for College Counselors" (Nancy C. Morrison); "Systems Troubleshooting for School Counselors" (Jay Cerio); "IMPACT: A Systems Approach to Coordinating Services for Children with Emotional Disabilities" (Donald R. Nims); "Intervention Strategies for Collaborative Work with Clients Involved with Multiple Agencies and Institutions: A Problem-Defining Systems Approach" (Vicky Primer, William F. Northey, Jr.); "Undifferentiated Grief: A Systemic Perspective for Understanding and Treating Complicated Grief in Families" (Kevin J. Eames, Gregory Brack); and "Future Directions: Chaos Theory and Nonlinear Counseling" (Michael P. Wilbur, Janice Roberts-Wilbur, Edil Torres-Rivera, Jonna M. Kulikowich).
Descriptors: Adult Students, Chaos Theory, Counseling, Counselors, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Problems, Family Relationship, Family Structure, Females, Grief, Higher Education, School Counselors, Systems Approach
New York Counseling Association, Inc., P.O. Box 12636 Albany, NY 12212-2636 ($10).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York Counseling Association, Inc., Albany.