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The Resource Counselling in India : Reflections on the Process

Counselling in India : Reflections on the Process

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Counselling in India : Reflections on the Process
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Counselling in India
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Reflections on the Process
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Counselling in India : Reflections on the Process
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Counselling in India : Reflections on the Process
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  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Editor and Contributors -- List of Tables -- 1 Counselling in India: An Introduction to the Volume -- Abstract -- 1.1 Psychotherapy and Counselling in India -- 1.2 The Papers in This Volume -- 1.3 On the Methods Used -- References -- 2 Counsellor Characteristics and the Counselling Experience -- Abstract -- 2.1 The Role of the Counsellor -- 2.2 Counsellor Experiences in the Field -- 2.3 Counselling in India -- 2.4 Studying Counsellor Characteristics and Experiences -- 2.5 The Self of the Counsellor -- 2.6 Counsellor Characteristics -- 2.6.1 Professional Characteristics -- Educational Background and Training -- Designation -- Remuneration -- Approach to Counselling -- 2.6.2 Personal Characteristics -- Motivation -- Values -- PersonalCultural Values -- Professional Values -- Biases -- Stressors and Coping Style -- 2.6.3 The Narrative Experience of Being a Counsellor -- 2.6.4 Satisfaction -- 2.7 The Totality of Being a Counsellor in India -- References -- 3 Challenges Experienced by Novice Counsellors -- Abstract -- 3.1 Psychotherapy Research -- 3.2 Novice Counsellors -- 3.3 Challenges During the Novice Counsellor Phase -- 3.4 Novice Counsellors in India -- 3.5 Counsellor Profile and Practice Characteristics -- 3.6 Challenges Encountered -- 3.6.1 Organization Related Challenges -- Being the Lone Counsellor -- High Workload -- Lack of Supervision -- Other Challenges -- 3.6.2 Practice-Related Challenges -- Feelings of Incompetence -- Clients -- Skills -- Self -- 3.6.3 Profession Related Challenges -- Status of the Profession -- Social Reality -- Role Ambiguity -- 3.6.4 Attributions -- 3.7 Coping -- 3.7.1 Coping Strategies Related to Others -- 3.7.2 Coping Strategies Related to the Self -- 3.8 The Experience of Being Novice Counsellors -- 3.9 Implications -- References
  • 4 Synergies Between Personal and Professional Lives of Counsellors -- Abstract -- 4.1 The Counselling Process -- 4.1.1 The Effectiveness of the Counsellor -- 4.1.2 The Personal and Professional Development of the Counsellor -- 4.1.3 The Synergy of the Personal and the Professional Life -- 4.2 Studying the Synergy of the Personal and the Professional -- 4.3 The Personal Life of Counsellors -- 4.3.1 Impact on the Self -- 4.3.2 Influence on Health -- 4.3.3 Influence on the Family -- 4.3.4 Professional Roles Versus Personal Roles -- 4.4 Current Professional Practice -- 4.4.1 Professional Development -- 4.4.2 Professional Identity -- 4.5 The Road Ahead -- 4.6 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Beginning the Journey: What Motivates Therapists to Join the Profession? -- Abstract -- 5.1 What Motivates Therapists to Join the Profession? -- 5.2 Studying Therapist Motivations -- 5.3 Entering the Field of Psychology -- 5.3.1 The Story of Ameesh -- 5.3.2 Interest -- Understanding the human mind -- Healing people -- Passion for reading -- Working with children -- 5.3.3 Personal Qualities -- A people's person -- The patient listener -- 5.3.4 Personal experiences -- Life changing events and personal distress -- Receiving professional help -- Roles adopted within the family -- 5.3.5 Personal needs -- 5.3.6 Destiny and chance -- 5.3.7 Life stage -- 5.3.8 Gender issues -- 5.4 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Exploring Values of Therapists in India -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Understanding Values -- 6.3 Values in Psychotherapy -- 6.4 The Experienced Therapist -- 6.5 Studying Therapist Values in India -- 6.6 Profile of the Participant Therapists -- 6.7 Personal and Professional Values -- 6.7.1 Benevolence -- 6.7.2 Honesty -- 6.7.3 Self-direction -- 6.7.4 Universalism -- 6.8 A Summary of Therapist Personal and Professional Values -- 6.9 Sources of Values
  • 6.9.1 Family -- 6.9.2 Training -- 6.9.3 Clients -- 6.9.4 Religion and Spirituality -- 6.10 The Model -- 6.11 Implications for Psychotherapy Practice -- References -- 7 Training in Counselling: Trainers' Perspectives -- Abstract -- 7.1 Counselling Training in India and Issues Thereof -- 7.2 Ground-Level Issues Related to Counselling Training -- 7.3 Programme Details -- 7.4 History -- 7.5 Admissions -- 7.6 Content, Structure and Revision -- 7.7 Teaching -- 7.8 Fieldwork -- 7.9 Personal Development -- 7.10 Evaluation -- 7.11 Placement Opportunities -- 7.12 Experience as Practitioners -- 7.13 Future of Counselling as a Profession -- 7.14 The Road Ahead -- References -- 8 Exploring Expressions: Therapists' Use of the Creative Arts in Therapy -- Abstract -- 8.1 History of Creative Arts Therapies -- 8.2 Creative Arts Therapies and Their Effectiveness -- 8.3 Creative Arts Therapies in India -- 8.4 Researching Creative Arts Therapies in India -- 8.5 Theory of Change -- 8.5.1 Body Mind Connect -- 8.5.2 Alternate form of Communication and Catharsis -- 8.6 Nature of Therapeutic Relationship in Creative Art(S) Therapies -- 8.7 The Counselling Process -- 8.7.1 Publicity and Referral Mechanisms -- 8.7.2 Preparation for the Therapeutic Session -- Readying the Self -- Space -- 8.8 Therapeutic Assessment -- 8.9 Creative Art(s) Therapies and Goal Setting -- 8.10 Creative Art(s) Therapies and Intervention Strategies -- 8.10.1 Warm Up -- 8.11 Theme-Based Techniques -- 8.11.1 Relaxation Techniques -- 8.11.2 Reflecting Techniques -- 8.11.3 Use of Metaphors -- 8.12 Closure of the Session -- 8.13 Termination and Follow-Up -- 8.14 The Scope of Creative Art(s) in Therapy -- References -- 9 The Role of a School Counsellor -- Abstract -- 9.1 The Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.1.1 The Innovative School Leader -- 9.1.2 The Collaborative Case Consultant
  • 9.1.3 The Responsive Direct Service Provider -- 9.1.4 The Administrative Team Player -- 9.2 School Counselling in India -- 9.3 My Understanding of the Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.3.1 An Emphasis on the Systemic Perspective -- 9.3.2 The Ecosystem of the Child and the School Counsellor -- 9.4 Child in the Community -- 9.4.1 Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.5 The Child in the Family -- 9.5.1 Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.6 The Child in the School: The Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.6.1 The School Environment and Culture -- 9.7 Working with Teachers -- 9.7.1 Teacher Attitudes: Prejudices and Beliefs -- 9.7.2 Labelling -- 9.7.3 The Student-Teacher and the Student-Counsellor Relationship -- 9.7.4 Clarifying Misconceptions -- Teachers' Perceptions of School Counsellors -- 9.8 The Child: Role of the School Counsellor -- 9.8.1 Identifying -- 9.8.2 Assessing -- Working with Individuals and Groups -- Working with Biases -- Limit-Setting -- 9.9 Raising Awareness About the Nature and the Need for Counselling -- 9.10 Mapping the Way Forward -- References -- 10 Marital Counselling in India: Perspectives from Family Court Counsellors -- Abstract -- 10.1 The Implementation of the Family Courts Act, 1984 -- 10.1.1 Marriage Counsellors in the Family Court -- The National Convention of Family Court Counsellors -- 10.2 Themes that Emerged -- 10.2.1 The Implementation of the Family Courts Act -- 10.2.2 Nature of Issues and Types of Cases Handled -- 10.2.3 Good Practice Models-Techniques and Practices -- 10.2.4 Challenges Faced by Counsellors -- Infrastructural Issues -- Lack of Awareness About Counselling -- Attitude to Women's Issues -- Interference by Advocates and Family Members -- Client-Related Issues -- Counsellor-Related Issues -- 10.2.5 Future Directions -- 10.3 Looking Ahead -- References -- 11 Telephone Counselling in India: Lessons from iCALL
  • Abstract -- 11.1 Mental Health in India -- 11.2 Telephone Counselling-The Origin and History -- 11.3 Telephone Counselling in India -- 11.4 iCALL-The Psychosocial Helpline -- 11.4.1 Laying the Foundation for iCALL -- 11.4.2 Training of Counsellors -- 11.5 The Telephone Counselling Process -- 11.5.1 Call Duration -- 11.5.2 Supervision -- 11.6 Data Handling and Storage -- 11.6.1 Analysis of Call Data -- 11.7 The Journey of iCALL-Challenges and Growth -- 11.8 Conclusion -- References -- 12 The Road Ahead: Conclusion and Directions for Future Research -- Abstract -- References
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