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Szymanski, Dawn M.; Kashubeck-West, Susan; Meyer, Jill – Counseling Psychologist, 2008
This article provides an integrated critical review of the literature on internalized heterosexism/internalized homophobia (IH), its measurement, and its psychosocial correlates. It describes the psychometric properties of six published measures used to operationalize the construct of IH. It also critically reviews empirical studies on correlates…
Descriptors: Physical Health, Intimacy, Psychometrics, Homosexuality
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Pizarro, Marc; Vera, Elizabeth M. – Counseling Psychologist, 2001
Presents research review on Chicana/o ethnic identity, focusing on the National Chicano Survey, and on Chicana/o children, adolescents, and young adults. Suggests that the struggles youth face are not just related to experiences with membership in an ethnic group but as a member of a racialized group. Discusses areas of Chicana/o existence that…
Descriptors: Counseling Psychology, Ethnic Bias, Ethnicity, National Surveys
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Baden, Amanda L.; O'Leary Wiley, Mary – Counseling Psychologist, 2007
For the past 50 years, adults who were adopted during infancy have been research participants for empirical studies with goals ranging from twin studies for heritability, to adjustment following adoption, to attachment. While the research body is broad, it has given little attention to counseling practices with adopted adults. Because empirical…
Descriptors: Adoption, Counseling Techniques, Adults, Adjustment (to Environment)
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Wade, Jay C. – Counseling Psychologist, 1998
Presents a theory of male identity developed to address the question of why men vary in their masculinity ideology and in their conformity to standards of masculinity. An overview of relevant masculinity research, theoretical foundations for the construct of reference group identity dependence, theoretical postulates, associated behavioral, and…
Descriptors: Dependency (Personality), Identification (Psychology), Males, Masculinity
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Franklin, Anderson J. – Counseling Psychologist, 1999
Discusses success in counseling African American men in terms of invisibility syndrome and the role played by their racial identity development. Uses a therapy case to explain how the invisibility experience helps determine Black men's perspective on cross-racial interpersonal encounters and supports racial development as fundamental to their…
Descriptors: Black Attitudes, Blacks, Case Studies, Counseling
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Buboltz, Walter C., Jr.; Jenkins, Steve M.; Thomas, Adrian; Lindley, Lori D.; Schwartz, Jonathan P.; Loveland, James M. – Counseling Psychologist, 2005
This article is an update and review of institutional research productivity in counseling psychology. Institutional research productivity is assessed by totaling credits for articles published from 1993 to 2002 in the following journals: "Journal of Counseling Psychology," "The Counseling Psychologist," "Journal of Consulting and Clinical…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Credits, Productivity, Institutional Research
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Niemann, Yolanda Flores – Counseling Psychologist, 2001
Article examines the counseling process in relation to social stereotypes. Counselors are encouraged to be cognizant of how stereotypes may affect Chicanas/os especially in areas related to identity, risky behaviors, stereotypes, education, gender roles, and stigmatization. Encourages counselors to be aware of how their own stereotypes may affect…
Descriptors: Counseling Effectiveness, Counseling Psychology, Cross Cultural Training, Ethnic Bias
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McNeill, Brian W.; Prieto, Loreto R.; Niemann, Yolanda Flores; Pizarro, Marc; Vera, Elizabeth M.; Gomez, Sylvia P. – Counseling Psychologist, 2001
This article introduces a special issue dedicated to the mental and psychological health issues relevant to Mexican Americans or Chicanas/os. It identifies areas of research that reflect unifying themes, such as service delivery issues, influence of stereotypes, and the role of ethnic identity in psychological health. The goal is to raise…
Descriptors: Counseling Psychology, Cross Cultural Training, Ethnic Bias, Ethnicity
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Vera, Elizabeth M. – Counseling Psychologist, 2000
Presents a reaction to major contribution articles from this issue of "The Counseling Psychologist" (2000, [this issue]). Highlights important concepts that call for the field of counseling psychology to go "back to basics," including identity issues; the scope of prevention; prevention evaluation research; preventive…
Descriptors: Counseling Psychology, Counselor Training, Prevention, Professional Development
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Spoth, Richard – Counseling Psychologist, 1981
Supports the theory that the counseling psychologist must look both inward and outward for identity in terms of uniqueness (as compared with similar professional groups), and uniqueness as an autonomous group. Describes the developmental orchestrator role as most fruitful when it acts as a catalyst. (JAC
Descriptors: Counseling Objectives, Counseling Techniques, Counseling Theories, Counselor Role
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Hansen, Finy Krimsky – Counseling Psychologist, 1981
Suggests that counseling psychology has failed to take a leadership role in primary prevention, and community psychology has begun to fill that void. Suggests prevention is essential to the identity of the profession, and changes must be made in training programs to bridge the gap between public statements and reality. (JAC)
Descriptors: Counseling Objectives, Counselor Role, Counselor Training, Developmental Psychology
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Thompson, Chalmer E.; Neville, Helen A. – Counseling Psychologist, 1999
A response is given to the reactants of the authors' monograph "Racism, Mental Health, and Mental Health Practice" (1999). The construct of categorization and the dialectical nature of racism are discussed. Addresses the question of whether there is such a thing as a positive White identity. (GCP)
Descriptors: Classification, Counseling Psychology, Interdisciplinary Approach, Mental Health
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Wyatt, Gail Elizabeth – Counseling Psychologist, 1999
The author responds to the issue of invisibility syndrome raised in this special issue of "The Counseling Psychologist." Extends the discussion to address how invisibility affects African American men, and in turn, influences their partners' and their children's sense of self, ethnic identity, and sexual responsibility. (GCP)
Descriptors: Blacks, Family Relationship, Identification (Psychology), Males
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Watkins, C. Edward, Jr. – Counseling Psychologist, 1983
Reviews the convergences and divergences between counseling and clinical psychology in terms of history, roles/functions, training conferences and experiences, work settings, and the future. Concludes that both specialties are converging in a number of ways, and discusses implications. (JAC)
Descriptors: Clinical Psychology, Counselor Role, Counselor Training, Professional Recognition
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Szymanski, Dawn M.; Kashubeck-West, Susan; Meyer, Jill – Counseling Psychologist, 2008
Counseling psychologists can expect to encounter lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals in their lives, as students, colleagues, friends, clients, and/or family members. Most of the LGB individuals encountered by counseling psychologists have experienced the negative consequences of internalized heterosexism/internalized homophobia (IH). Yet…
Descriptors: Psychologists, Homosexuality, Counseling Psychology, Counselor Training
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