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Students will review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a history of counseling and psychotherapy unit of a standard counseling course. Topics covered include:
- The development of counseling before 1900
- The early years of counseling from 1900-1940
- Counseling as a profession from 1940-1980
- Present-day counseling challenges
1. The History of Counseling: Before 1900
Counseling is a relatively new field, having really only begun after 1900. But even before counseling became an important part of mental health, there were significant breakthroughs that laid the groundwork for it. Watch this lesson for more.
2. The Early Years of Counseling: 1900 - 1940
Did you know what type of counseling saw its beginning in the early 1900s? In this lesson, we will look into the rise of vocational counseling, aptitude tests and youth mental health clinics.
3. Counseling as a Profession: 1940 - 1980
How did counseling become what it is today? In this lesson, we will answer that question and look further into the growth of the field from 1940-1980.
4. Counseling Challenges in the New Millennium
The counseling field has seen a lot of changes in the new millennium. In this lesson, we will talk about three types of counseling that came about during this time and continue to grow today.
5. The Effectiveness of Psychotherapy
The effectiveness of psychotherapy often hinges on two essential attributes. This lesson provides a brief overview of psychotherapy and explores these attributes. At the end, you can test your knowledge with a brief quiz.
6. What is Counseling?
Counseling is a profession dedicated to helping people experiencing both situational and long-term problems. Learn more about counseling theories and experience the roles of both the client and the counselor.
7. AEDP - Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) is built on the core foundations of transformance, neuroplasticity, and the therapist. This lessons details how AEDP works and the contributions from the founder of this form of psychotherapy.
8. What is Acceptance & Commitment Therapy? - Definition & Techniques
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is an approach for dealing with negative emotions, memories, etc. This lesson will discuss the definition and some techniques related to ACT.
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Other chapters within the Counseling 101: Help and Review course
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- The Counseling Process: Help and Review
- Theoretical Approaches in Counseling: Help and Review
- Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling: Help and Review
- Human Growth and Development in Counseling: Help and Review
- School Counseling: Help and Review
- Career Counseling: Help and Review
- Help & Review for Substance Abuse, Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling
- Social and Cultural Elements of Counseling: Help and Review
- Marriage and Family Counseling: Help and Review
- Group Counseling: Help and Review