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Conceptualization and Treatment Planning for Effective Helping
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Introduction. 1. Exploring Conceptualization. 2. Exploring Influences of Personal Worldviews on Theoretical Orientation and Effective Case Conceptualization. 3. Conceptualizing Clients in Contexts. 4. Conceptualizing Therapeutic Relationships. 5. Dilemmas in Effective Helping. 6. Beginning Conceptualization: Gathering and Integrating Information. 7. Conceptualization, Treatment Planning, and Diagnosis. 8. Iterative Conceptualization and Treatment Planning. 9. Continuous Evaluation and Termination. Appendix A: A Brief Review and Application of Established Theories. Appendix B: Exploring Your Experiences with Power, Privilege and Oppression. Appendix C: Nancy's Genogram.

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: Barbara F. Okun, Ph.D., is a professor of counseling psychology at Northeastern University and a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. She is Training Director of the Counseling/School Doctoral program at Northeastern and teaches and supervises clinical courses. The author of numerous books and articles, Dr. Okun also trains mental health professionals internationally. Karen L. Suyemoto, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in Psychology and Asian American Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She has taught theory and practicum courses at undergraduate and graduate levels. She has provided consultation and training for therapists both locally and nationally, with particular focus on developing cultural sensitivity. Her research and teaching focus generally on issues related to social justice and anti-racist therapy, research, and education, particularly in relation to racialized identities, meanings of race and ethnicity, and contributing to social justice from both oppressed and privileged spaces.

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Introduction. 1. Exploring Conceptualization. 2. Exploring Influences of Personal Worldviews on Theoretical Orientation and Effective Case Conceptualization. 3. Conceptualizing Clients in Contexts. 4. Conceptualizing Therapeutic Relationships. 5. Dilemmas in Effective Helping. 6. Beginning Conceptualization: Gathering and Integrating Information. 7. Conceptualization, Treatment Planning, and Diagnosis. 8. Iterative Conceptualization and Treatment Planning. 9. Continuous Evaluation and Termination. Appendix A: A Brief Review and Application of Established Theories. Appendix B: Exploring Your Experiences with Power, Privilege and Oppression. Appendix C: Nancy's Genogram.

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