Om Counseling and Accountability
Counseling and Accountability: Methods and Critique deals with methodological problems and strategies of counseling and psychotherapy research.This book is divided into two parts. Part I sets forth both conceptual foundations and working principles related to research on psychotherapeutic change that includes such features as theoretical bases, design, criteria, sampling, treatment, and measurement. Ethical and legal considerations are also discussed. Part II follows naturally as an application of the principles and essential characteristics of research identified in Part I.This publication is intended for students in social work, educational psychology, vocational rehabilitation, and employment counseling, including professional workers in human behavioral change-producing relationships.