The purpose of this poster is to celebrate the works of female theorists. Most counselor preparation programs do a competent job of teaching the counseling ideas of male theorists. Powerful women have made significant contributions to the advancement of counseling practice in a variety of schools, such as psychodynamic, interpersonal, and cognitive–behavioral perspectives, as well as to the development of career counseling theory. This poster examines these contributions.
After this poster presentation participants will be able to identify the contributions of female theorists that changed to dynamic and interpersonal approaches. a) Anna Freud b) Melanie Klein.
After this poster presentation participants will be able to identify the contribution of female theorists to cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal approaches. a) Marsha Linehan - cognitive behavioral approaches b) Karen Horney - interpersonal approaches c) Nataliw Rogers - interpersonal approaches.
After this poster presentation participants will be able to identity the contributions of female theorists career counseling theory and practice. a) Ann Roe b) Linda Gottfredson.