Research Papers on Counseling & Therapies

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  • Child Sexual Abuse among Hispanics and TF-CBT

    This research paper presents a literature review that pertains to research that addresses child sexual abuse occurring within Hispanic families. The writer focuses particularly on trauma focused/informed cognitive behavioral therapy. Five pages in length, eight sources are cited.

  • Sex and Disability: Response to Research

    This essay presents the writer's response to the study conducted by Pebdani (2013), which pertains to the topic of sexual counseling for disabled clients. Three pages in length, one source is cited.

  • The Importance of Career Guidance as a Component of Personal Counseling

    13 pages and 10 sources. This paper provides an overview of the concept of career guidance and career counseling and relates the importance of existing studies in directing the work of modern career guidance counseling professionals. This paper relates both theoretical and historical views on the issues related to this area of study.

  • Overview of Child Abuse

    This paper describes the effects of child abuse on child development and also the problems that is causes in later life for the adults survivors of child abuse. Four pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • Adults That are the Children of 'Bad' Parents

    In a paper consisting of six pages the effects of parenting on child behavior that continue into adulthood along with ways in which a therapist can effectively address these issues are discussed. There are nine bibliographic sources cited.

  • System Dynamics in Gilbert Grape

    This paper offers analysis, from a Living System Theory perspective, of Grape family, as envisioned by Peter Hedges in his novel What's Eating Gilbert Grape. Four pages in length, one source is cited.

  • Adolescents and Art Therapy

    This research paper examines literature that discusses the utilization of art therapy in regards to meeting the counseling needs of teenagers. The writer discusses adolescent development, the benefits of art therapy and several types of art therapy. Five pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Codes of Ethics Comparisons of the Amerian Association of Pastoral Counselors, Association of Christian Counselors, and the American Counseling Association

    In six pages the similarities and differences among the codes of ethics each counseling organization espouses are compared and contrasted. There are three bibliographic sources cited.

  • Counselors' Codes of Ethics

    In six pages various counseling professions codes of ethics are contrasted and compared and include how they address social relationships, conflict of interest, and sexual intimacies and include the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, the American Association of Christian Counseling, and the American Counseling Association. Four sources are cited inthe bibliography.

  • Methods in Group Counseling

    A discussion on group counseling is included in this paper that highlights advantages of group therapy over individual counseling. Various approaches are included. This four page paper has two sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Ethics and Choice of Therapy

    This research paper offers an overview that addresses the question of how to choose a modality of practice, that is, group or individual counseling, with the writer describing the benefits and drawbacks of each type of counseling by drawing on literature. The ethical issues associated with counseling are also addressed. Fifteen pages in length, ten sources are cited.


    Discusses the strength-based approach in helping a female prisoner cope when she's released into society. There is 1 source listed in the bibliography of this 5-page paper.

  • Systems Theory and Feminist Viewpoints in Therapy

    This paper addresses feminist theory in relation to therapy. The author also discusses the similarities between feminist and systems theory in various therapeutic settings. This five page paper has three sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Establishing a Social Counseling Group

    In twelve pages this paper examines how social workers can effectively establish groups in an assessment of the remedial model. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Brazil's Democratization Process and the 'Rational Choice Model'

    In eight pages the 'rational choice' model is applied to Brazil's move toward a political democracy within the context of Wendy Hunter's Eroding Military Influence in Brazil Politicians Against Soldiers. There is 1 source cited in the bibliography.

  • Ethical Issues in Mental Health Care Practice

    In this seven page paper the writer tackles two specific ethical issues in mental health care. These are the issue of patient confidentiality and the issue of informed consent. Both must be addressed in accordance with the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) code of ethics. Seven sources.

  • Communication and Listening Skills in Social Work

    In three pages this paper discusses the importance of communications and listening skills in the field of social work. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Literature Review of Counseling and Confidentiality

    In a paper of three pages, the writer looks confidentiality for family counselors. A review of literature suggests the need for the development of a more nuanced understanding of the topic. Paper uses five sources.

  • Techniques of Family and Marital Therapy

    In twelve pages various types of family and marital techniques including behavioral family therapy, transgenerational family therapy, strategic family therapy, and structural family therapy are discussed. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Behavior Therapy Article Reviews

    In sixteen pages psychology articles related to the issue of behavior therapy are reviewed.

  • Therapy can save Marriages

    Families face a myriad of concerns and issues. Parents may disagree about parenting styles, there may be behavioral or academic problems with children and teenagers, siblings don't get along, or any of a myriad of other problems. Marriage and family counselors are trained and skilled in helping couples and families with these and numerous other problems and issues. This essay reports the common issues and problems seen by marriage and family counselors. It also discusses how these professionals identify and prioritize the problems a couple or family is experiencing. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Psychology Perspectives

    In thirteen pages psychological perspectives are analyzed as they are contained within 365 TAO by Deng Ming Dao, Too Scared to Cry by Lenore Terr, and Between Therapist and Client by Michael Kahn. Therre are no other sources listed.

  • Psychology from a Christian Perspective

    The focus of this paper consisting of 20 pages is Meier et al's Introduction to Psychology and Counseling: Christian Perspectives and Application, with supplementary sources that studying psychology from a Christian perspective is superior because of the direction provided through scripture and Christian principles. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Conduct Disorder from 2 Perspectives

    In six pages this paper contrasts and compares the affective and cognitive process approaches to recognizing a behavioral disorder. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Conduct Disorder

    Conduct disorder is examined in an overview that includes how affective process and cognitive process can be used in terms of recognition in a paper consisting of six pages. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Spirituality & Religion in Counseling

    A 6 page research paper/essay that considers the integration of spirituality and religion with therapeutic techniques within the framework of counseling. In increasing numbers, health practitioners, clinicians and therapeutic counselors are realizing that spirituality and religion are an indispensable component of human life. Furthermore, these professionals are increasingly realizing that the incorporation of spiritual and religious elements within the framework of counseling or health care facilitates the healing process and promotes the achievement of positive client outcomes. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Social Work and Concept of Systemic Thinking

    The ways in which therapists and social workers can apply systemic thinking concepts are discussed in 6 pages.


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