Developing Your Theoretical Orientation in Counseling and Psychotherapyis an innovative text that provides therapists-in-training with tools, strategies and activities to formulate their response to the age-old question, "What's your theoretical orientation?" Highlights of this new text Providesa model for Intentional Theory Selection, which assists counselors and psychotherapists with the process of finding their own theoretical orientation. Addressesspecific strategies and activities for finding a theoretical orientation, allowing students to process their own thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about various theories (Ch. 3). Presents the"Selective Theory Sorter," a quiz that allows students to answer questions regarding their beliefs about people and the psychotherapy process. Once it is completed, students receive a score that indicates the theories to which they are most drawn (Ch. 3). MyHelpingLab MyHelpingLab is an exciting new interactive and instructive online resourcedesigned to help students in Social Work, Counseling & Psychotherapy, Marriage/Family Therapy, and Human Services make the transition from their academic coursework to their professional practice.MyHelpingLabis appropriate for use in any course where video footage of actual therapist-client sessions, case worker-client interactions, rich cases, and licensing/career preparation is important.Available with or without course management tools,MyHelpingLabaddresses individual teaching and learning needs by providing multiple modes of learning and practice. It saves in-class time for faculty and helps increase student success in any course by providing a multimedia "shared experience" that can be accessed conveniently - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Discover where practice comes to life!Log on towww.myhelpinglab.comand begin exploring the many features ofMyHelpingLabtoday!To offer MyHelpingLab to your students at no extra cost, use Special Package ISBN 0-205-48321-6Vess Halbur, Kimberly A. is the author of 'Developing Your Theoretical Orientation Of Counseling and Psychotherapy ', published 2005 under ISBN 9780205396771 and ISBN 0205396771.