The third edition of A Brief Orientation to Counseling: Professional Identity, History, and Standards equips readers with the information and skills they need to develop their professional identity and succeed in their journey to becoming a capable and accomplished counselor. The book offers readers a concise and valuable overview of the history of the counseling profession, current trends, the characteristics of an effective counselor, and professional standards and ethics. It features coverage of professional counseling associations, the credentialing process, and the importance of cultural competence and advocacy in modern practice.
Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP) Features in Edward Neukrug's A Brief Orientation to Counseling: Professional Identity, History, and Standards, Third Edition
This new edition features updated information regarding professional counseling associations, cross-cultural and social justice competence, ethical concerns, cutting-edge issues such as tele-mental health counseling, and more. In particular, the 2016 Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP) standards are featured throughout.
Take a look at the Index to see the breadth of the CACREP coverage:
CACREP is the primary focus of Chapter 7: