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Preface Section I: Foundational Issues Chapter 1: Introduction The Adolescent Unique Skills of Providers Working With Adolescents Case Considerations Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Section II: Theoretical Perspectives Chapter 2: Adapting Counseling Theory to Adolescents Adapting Theoretical Approaches for Adolescents ABC Model of CBT Cognitive Distortions Adapting Techniques for Adolescents Developmental Considerations in Adapting to Adolescents Modifications of Theoretical Approaches Evidence-Based Outgrowths Case Consideration Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 3: Trauma Focused Care Evidence-Based Outgrowths Case Considerations Implications for Counseling Adolescents Clinical Review of Cases Summary Keystones Chapter 4: Multicultural Family Systems A History of the Integration of Family and Multicultural Counseling Multicultural Family Systems: Culturally Sensitive Strategies for Adolescents Evidence-Based Outgrowths Integrated Multicultural Family Systems Operationalization of the Multicultural Counseling Competencies Why an Integrated Multicultural Family Systems Approach? Counseling Implications for Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 5: Juvenile Justice-Involved Adolescents Historical Overview of Juvenile Justice System Presuppositions of the Juvenile Justice System Overview of Juvenile Justice System-Involved Adolescents Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Theories Techniques for Treating Delinquent Adolescents Evidence-Based Outgrowths Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 6: Strengths-Based and Resilience Perspectives What are Strength-Based and Resiliency Perspectives? Equal Partners in Helping Process Purpose of Strengths-Based and Resilience Perspectives Presupposition of Strengths-Based and Resilience Perspectives Techniques of Strengths-Based and Resilience Perspectives Evidence-Based Outgrowths Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 7: Play Therapy What Is Play Therapy? Evidence-Based Outgrowths Nondirective Play Therapy Directive/Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Section III: Evidence-Informed Interventions Chapter 8: Screening and Assessment in Adolescent Counseling Case Scenario Stages of Screening and Assessment Phase 1: Identification and Clarification Ethical/Legal Considerations of Screening and Assessment The Continuing Case of Stefania Phase 2: Active Data Collection Phase 3: Analysis Phase 4: Solution and Evaluation Evidenced-Based Screening and Assessment Instruments for Adolescents Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 9: Treatment Planning Issues Utility of Treatment Planning Documentation of Services Treatment Planning: A Step-by-step Transtheoretical Approach Integrating the Helping Relationship Case Scenario Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 10: Counseling Interventions Individual Counseling and Related Intervention Coaching and Mentoring Mentoring and Related Interventions Group Counseling Crisis Counseling Family Counseling Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 11: School Counseling Interventions The Role of the School Counselor Case Scenario Distinguishing Characteristics of School Counseling Innovative Interventions Self-Injurious Behavior Interfacing With Multiple Systems of Care Integrating Core Competencies (School Counseling) Evidence-Based Decision Making Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 12: Relational and Career Issues Transition of Adolescence Career Development Career Counseling Strategies Multicultural Factors Challenges to Career Counseling Normative Versus Problematic Development Assessments Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 13: Chemical and Behavioral Addictions Adolescence and Chemical Addictions Case Scenario Adolescence and Behavioral Addictions Evidence-Based Interventions in Treating Adolescents With Addictions Identifying and Utilizing Protective and Risk Factors Spirituality and Religion Ethical and Legal Issues Summary Keystones Chapter 14: Divorce Impact Cultural Considerations Emotional and Relational Implications of Divorce Emotional and Relational Implications of Divorce in Adulthood Family Systems, Relational Boundaries, and Legal Issues Practice Implicatipons The Therapeutic Environment Treatment, Prevention, and Growth Case Considerations Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 15: Gender Specific and LGBTQ Issues Summary Keystones Chapter 16: Sexually Maladaptive Behaviors Introduction to Sexually Maladaptive Behaviof In Adolescence Juvenile Sex Offending as Maladaptive Sexual Behavior Case Scenario Etiology of Juvenile Sex Offending Family Factors Ethnic Minority Juvenile Sex Offenders Recidivism Screening and Assessment of Juvenile Sex Offenders Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Section IV: Legal and Ethical Considerations Chapter 17: Who Is The Client? Key Ethical and Legal Issues Who Is the Client? Counseling Adolescents: Key Ethical Considerations Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 18: Supervision and Consultation Supervision Defined: Historical and Contemporary Trends in Classification The Supervisory Relationship: A Foundational Principle for Effective Supervision Supervision Competencies: Development of Supervisee's Clinical Skills Consultation: Definition and Models of Implementation Implications for Counseling Adolescents Summary Keystones Chapter 19: Use of Technology With Adolescents-Telemental Health Treatment Technology in Mental Health With Adolescents Benefits and Risks of TMH Practice Evidence-Based Outgrowths Cultural Considerations, Adolescents, and Treatment Case Considerations Implications for Counseling Adolescents Future Research Considerations Summary Keystones Chapter 20: Conclusion and Future Direction Ongoing Dialogue Needed Professional Commitment to Adolescent Care Cultural Competency Steps to Tatke Conclusion
Lee A Underwood, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in several states and certified sex offender treatment provider and is affiliated with Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling and Youth Development Institute (YDI). He has 30 years of experience counseling adolescents and has published over 50 professional articles in refereed journals, 20 scholarly activities including monographs, technical reports and training manuals and has authored a supplemental text book on Adolescents in Conflict. His written work has focused on juvenile sex offending, adolescent mental health and substance use, trauma needs of females, forensic and cultural needs of persons involved in the juvenile justice and mental health systems, as means of distributing the findings of his research. He has served as an executive clinical officer for several large residential treatment, juvenile justice and criminal justice programs for adolescents and adults. Dr. Underwood is a renowned specialist in the area of juvenile sex offender formation. As Director of the Center for Addictions and Offender Research operated by Regent University, he and his research team are responsible for some of the cutting edge research taking place. Dr. Underwood has been recognized by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), American Institutes for Research (AIR) and the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) as one of the leading program innovators for juvenile justice and community treatment programs. Dr. Underwood has held a number of policy oriented research, academic, clinical and consulting positions over his career with federal, state and private agencies for research, program design, development, implementation and evaluation of services. Dr. Underwood performs training activities, develops treatment curricula, designs programs and performs program evaluations for private and public organizations throughout the country. He consults with the Federal Department of Justice's civil rights division regarding fair and equitable treatment for adolescents in systems of care. He served as a Senior Consultant with the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice, an affiliate of Policy Research Associates. Dr. Underwood has provided support to the forensic psychology program at Argosy University, served as an affiliate faculty for Louisiana State University Health Science Center and visiting lecturer with Rutgers University Criminal Justice program. Dr. Underwood serves on the editorial board of The Juvenile Mental Health Report and The International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy. His research interests are geared toward questions of clinical significance for professionals in Counseling. Out of these interests, he writes this book. Frances L. L. Dailey, Ph.D. is affiliated with Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling and Argosy University College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences. Dr. Dailey has 15 years' experience counseling families, couples, and individuals with a wide spectrum of mental health, substance use, relationship, and career challenges. She is a consultant and Research Director to a national mental health and juvenile justice consulting firm. In this capacity she provides mental health counseling, psychological and psychosexual evaluations for human services and juvenile justice, criminal justice programs with clients for several residential treatment and community-based programs, and oversees both quantitative and qualitative research projects throughout the country. She has authored a supplemental text book on Adolescents in Conflict. Her written work has focused on juvenile sex offending, adolescent and mental health, trauma related issues, forensic and cultural needs of persons involved with the juvenile justice and mental health systems, as means of distributing findings of her research. A graduate of Regent University's CACREP accredited Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program, she was awarded by her professors awarded as the "Outstanding Student of the Year Award." The American Counseling Association identified her as an "Emerging Leader" within the Counseling field. She worked with several home-based service organizations in the role of Family Therapist, Family Preservation Supervisor, and Home-based Counseling Services Contracts Program Manager. Her family preservation expertise allowed her to contribute to developing Bonding Assessments and Comprehensive Family Profiles as a National Family Preservation Network board member. Dr. Dailey's research and scholarly activities include multiple refereed journal articles. Dr. Dailey was recognized by Routlege Behavioral Sciences journals for the published article titled "Mental Health Treatment in Juvenile Justice Secure Care Facilities: Practice and Policy Recommendations", published in the Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. This was featured as the most downloaded articles published in Routeldge Behavioral Sciences journals in 2014.
"This textbook is very comprehensive in covering not only the issues faced by adolescents but also in helping the counselor to consider the best treatment approaches to use in different situations." -- Wendy K. Killam "This is a text that is long overdue, I am excited to see such talented and experienced counselors come together to write such an informative updated text on counseling today's adolescents." -- Jennifer Jordan