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ERIC Number: ED478213
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 147
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-56109-102-2
CyberBytes: Highlighting Compelling Uses of Technology in Counseling.
Walz, Garry R., Ed.; Kirkman, Chris, Ed.
This collection of resources focuses on several specific aspects of cybercounseling and its many ramifications. Some chapters are original articles written especially for this publication, while others were initially ERIC documents or articles in the ERIC/CASS Virtual Library. The sources were selected for their ability to present information on the topic of cybercounseling and to be of use to a wide range of counselors experimenting with or using cybercounseling. Chapters include: (1) "Building Virtual Communities in School Counseling" (R.A. Sabella and B. Halverson); (2)"Distance Career Counseling: A Technology-Assisted Model for Delivering Career Counseling Services" (Y. Djadali and J.F. Malone); (3) "Counseling over the Internet: Benefits and Challenges in the Use of New Technologies" (R.J. Sussman); (4) "E-Therapy: Practical, Ethical, and Legal Issues" (M. Manhal-Baugus); (5) "Skills for Online Counseling: Maximum Impact at Minimum Bandwidth" (K. Collie, D. Mitchell, and L. Murphy); (6) "The Internet, the Hidden Web, and Useful Web Resources: ERIC, ERIC/CASS, and The Virtual Library" (C. Kirkman, D.A. Frady, and G. R. Walz); (7) "Technology and the Continuing Education of Professional Counselors" (P.S. Leary); (8) "Cybercounsleing and Empowerment: Bridging the Digital Divide" (C.C. Lee); (9) "Life in a Dot.Com World: Preparing Counselors to Work with Technology" (J. Lewis, D. Coursol, L. Khan, and A. Wilson); (10) "How School Counselors Could Benefit from E-Government Solutions: The Case of Paperwork" (R.A. Sabella); (11) "Career Guidance Services at Michigan Virtual University: Linking Careers and Education through Virtual Tools--A Lifespan Career Development Model" (P.M. Stemmer, Jr., B. Montgomery, and J.P. Moore); (12) "Expanding Professions Globally: The United States as a Marketplace for Global Credentialing and Cyberapplications" (T.W. Clawson); (13) "Evaluation Software in Counseling" (R.A. Sabella); (14) "Cybersupervision: Conducting Supervision on the Information Superhighway" (D. Coursol); (16) "Women's Internet Behavior: Providing Psychotherapy Offline and Online for Cyber-infidelity" (M.M. Maheu); (17) "E-Counseling: The Willingness to Participate" (L.M.H. Harun and R.H. Hamzah); (18) "International Consultation, Professional Development and the Internet: School Psychology Practice and the Future" (G.L. Macklem, R. Kalinsky, and K. Corcoran); and (19) "How People Learn (and What Technology Might Have to Do with It)" (M.P. Driscoll). (GCP)
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Publication Type: Books; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Counselors; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC.