Counseling Theory: Guiding Reflective Practice continues the goals set out in the series of texts on developing professional identity in counseling for the theories course. Each chapter provides students with a snapshot of a particular theory/approach, the major thinkers associated with each theory, application to a single case study, and critical thinking and application questions to help them internalize the content presented and apply it to their own development as a counselor. Beginning with chapters on understanding the nature of theory, multicultural considerations, and a presentation of the case it them noves on to all the major theoretical approaches such as Frued and psychoanalysis, Adler, Rogers, Existentialism, Gestalt, cognitive behavioral, Reality, Family, Feminist and postmodern approaches. Finally the last part discuss integration of theory and a global perspective. Rich with pedagogical and ancillary features, including: verbatim client/therapist dialogue to help students understand application, guided practice exercises to help student internatize and grow their sense of counselor identity, video vignettes for each chapter/major theory posted to the student study website.