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Application of the cognitive model and case conceptualization to correctional management will serve staff, prisons and inmates by allowing for a more informed understanding of what is occurring internally with a particular inmate.
These include but are not limited to: (1) a summary of historical variables potentially influencing a client's behavior, (2) a summary of a client's goals and values, (3) a description of a client's problem behaviors in session and more effective alternative behaviors (CRB1s and CRB2s), (4) a description of a client's problem behaviors outside of session and more effective alternative behaviors (O1s and O2s), and (5) a description of therapist problem behaviors and more effective alternative behaviors (T1s and T2s; for further discussion of typical contents of a FAP case conceptualization see Kanter et al.
An emerging topic of interest is the influence of contextual factors on conceptualization processes (Kegler 2010).
The purpose of this study was to design and implement a Web-based supervision group to investigate the following research question: To what degree would school counselor trainees report increases in their collective self-esteem and written case conceptualization ability based on their participation in a 12-week, Web-based peer supervision group?
John Crowley, This Sheba, Self: The Conceptualization of Economic Life in Eighteenth-Century America, (Baltimore, 1974) p.
Burke's (1991) conceptualization of interruptions occurring at the "receiving appraisal" stage of the confirmation process is not inclusive of the situation of the incarcerated father since it includes only the identity holder not being able to interpret the appraisal.
More recent conceptualizations represent a more complex and comprehensive approach in which emphasis is placed on the interaction between the individual and the environments in which he or she lives.
They are intervention skills, assessment techniques, interpersonal assessment, client conceptualization, individual differences, theoretical orientation, treatment goals and plans, and professional ethics.
An initial conceptualization of the client and her circumstances is presented first, followed by additional areas that should be explored to gain a broader picture of the client.
In the context of knowledge sharing, I use the term ontology to mean a specification of a conceptualization.
Following conceptualization is the assembly of propositions.
Specifically, exploring the association between previous multicultural counseling training and multicultural case conceptualization ability may provide important information about the impact of such training in preparing counselors to serve culturally diverse clients.