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Helping Skills for Working with College Students

Applying Counseling Theory to Student Affairs Practice, 1st Edition

By Monica Galloway Burke, Jill Duba Sauerheber, Aaron W. Hughey, Karl Laves

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222 pages

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A primary role of student affairs professionals is to help college students dealing with developmental transitions and coping with emotional difficulties. Becoming an effective helping professional requires the complex integration of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and professional awareness, and knowledge. For graduate students preparing to become student affairs practitioners, this textbook provides the skills necessary to facilitate the helping process and understand how to respond to student concerns and crises, including how to make referrals to appropriate campus or community resources. Focusing on counseling concepts and applications essential for effective student affairs practice, this book develops the conceptual frameworks, basic counseling skills, interventions, and techniques that are necessary for student affairs practitioners to be effective, compliant, and ethical in their helping and advising roles. Rich in pedagogical features, this textbook includes questions for reflection, theory to practice exercises, case studies, and examples from the field.

Reviews

"If you work with college students, this is certainly a book you need to pick up. I think it exemplifies the best of what I learned in the student affairs program. It reminds us of the details, and the issues that the students we work with day in and day out may be facing. It reminds us of the skill sets we could be using and learning to help those students. On top of that, it also reminds us to take care of ourselves, while giving us guiding principles and real-life applications. Plus, the eBook has a great price!"

Fallon Willoughby, School of Professional Studies, Western Kentucky University

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1: The Helping Role in Student Affairs

Chapter 2: Personal and Professional Responsibilities

Chapter 3: Helping Skills

Chapter 4: Moving Toward Action

Chapter 5: Conflict Resolution

Chapter 6: Helping Students in Distress

Chapter 7: Developing Your Helping Philosophy

Chapter 8: Helping Yourself: Self-care and Personal Well-being

About the Authors

Monica Galloway Burke is Associate Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs at Western Kentucky University, USA.

Jill Duba Sauerheber is Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs at Western Kentucky University, USA.

Aaron W. Hughey is Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs and Coordinator of the Student Affairs graduate program at Western Kentucky University, USA.

Karl Stanley Laves is Associate Director of the Counseling and Testing Center at Western Kentucky University, USA.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General
EDU032000
EDUCATION / Leadership