Counseling Techniques: Improving Relationships with Others, Ourselves, Our Families, and Our Environment

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Index

a
Actualizing human strengths, 56
Adler, Alfred, 299
Affirmations of trust, 40
After death activity, 41
Angoff, Charles, 128

b
Bibliotherapy, 131
Behavioral techniques, 221
six stages of change, 222
types of behavior, 223
behavior modification program steps, 224
describe the behavior, 224
measure the behavior, 225
develop baseline for the behavior, 225
commit to the program, 226
begin the program, 226
graph the program, 227
evaluate the results, 227
behavior modification, principles of, 228
to develop new behavior, 228
to strengthen new behavior, 228
to maintain established behavior, 229
to stop inappropriate behavior, 229
to modify emotional behavior, 229
providing for consequences, 229
contingency contract, 230
techniques, 231
affirming new positive behavior, 231
anger expression, 233
anxiety hierarchy for fear of flying, 248
anxiety management training, 234
becoming more outgoing, 246
beginning a dialogue with a stranger, 244
behavior rehearsal confronting shyness, 241
cost and benefits developing new positive behavior, 232
family chip system, 250
rules for parents when giving chips, 252
sample chip program, 252
rules for parents when taking away chips, 253
rules for children when getting chips, 253
rules for children when losing chips, 253
first time talking, 244
giving and accepting compliments, 245
goal rehearsal or coping imagery, 237
keeping a conversation going, 246
maintaining new positive behavior, 232
making a date with the opposite sex, 247
saying hello, 244
self-administered systematic desensitization procedure, 250

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