Toward comprehensive case conceptualizations in counseling: A visual integrative technique
Presents a visual method designed to assist counseling practitioners in the development of client problem conceptualizations. A visual display of 9 information categories essential for counseling conceptualization is introduced. The categories are described and conceptual relationships between them are cited, discussed, and displayed using a 2nd visual technique with a case example of a test-anxious female undergraduates. Suggestions are included for use of the technique at prepracticum, beginning practicum, and advanced levels of training.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice
Hulse, Diana and Jennings, Martha L., "Toward comprehensive case conceptualizations in counseling: A visual integrative technique" (1984). School of Education and Human Development Faculty Publications. 145.
Hulse, D., & Jennings, M. L. (1984). Toward comprehensive case conceptualizations in counseling: A visual integrative technique. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 15(2), 251. doi:10.1037/0735-7028.15.2.251.
Copyright 1984 the American Psychological Association, Inc.
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