First Published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 1|12 pages

Introduction: Foundations of Instructional Strategies for Counselor Educators

ByKathryn C. MacCluskie

chapter 5|22 pages

Multicultural Counseling: Training Culturally Intentional, Competent, and Ethical Counselors for the 21st Century

BySherlon Pack‑Brown, Sarah Coulter, and LaShonda Fuller

chapter 6|20 pages

Legal and Ethical Issues: Promoting Responsible Practice and Commitment to Ethical Ideals

ByElizabeth Reynolds Welfel and Daniel O’Donnell

chapter 7|18 pages

Theories of Counseling: If You Don’t Have a Map You Might Get Lost

ByNancy L. Murdock and Chia‑Chih D. C. Wang

chapter 8|18 pages

Counseling Skills: Building the Pillars of Professional Counseling

ByJohn Sommers‑Flanagan and Nicholas Heck

chapter 9|16 pages

Group Work: Standards, Techniques, Practice, and Resources

BySamuel T. Gladding, Nathaniel N. Ivers

chapter 11|14 pages

Assessment: Teaching Assessment in Counselor Education

ByJohn M. Laux, Carrie A. VanMeter, Stephanie A. Calmes, and Holly L. Harper

chapter 12|34 pages

Diagnosis, Pathology, Wellness, and Evidence-Based Practices for Counselors: Figuring Out What’s Wrong, What’s Right, and the Best Way to Help

ByDale‑Elizabeth Pehrsson, Mary Amanda Graham, Kerry A. Bartlett, and Asti Sproul

chapter 13|14 pages

Teaching Research: Adventures in Wonderland

ByPaula R. Danzinger

chapter 14|14 pages

Psychopharmacology Across the Life Span: Psychotropics Are Quite Complicated on Many Levels

ByCarl F. Rak, Dilani M. Perera‑Diltz, and Kathryn C. MacCluskie

chapter 15|16 pages

Field Placement: “Where the Rubber Hits the Road”

ByChristopher M. Faiver, M. Cecile Brennan, Paula J. Britton

chapter 16|16 pages

Adapting Courses to the Online Format

ByDilani M. Perera‑Diltz