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Borders, L. DiAnne – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019
Although clinical supervision is widely viewed as an educational process, counseling doctoral students may lack relevant background in pedagogy. In response to calls to incorporate learning theories and principles into supervision instruction, 7 evidence-based science of learning principles as well as examples from 1 doctoral supervision course…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Clinical Experience, Teaching Methods, Counselor Training
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Minton, Casey A. Barrio – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019
This article includes a review of 100 peer-reviewed journal articles regarding counselor education and supervision published in 2017. Areas reviewed include supervision, understanding stakeholders, teaching and training, and professional issues. Publications featured a blend of research methodologies, attention to complexity in supervision and…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Counselor Training, Supervision, Periodicals
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Rogers, Jennifer L.; Luke, Melissa; Gilbride, Dennis D.; Goodrich, Kristopher M. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019
Among a sample of counseling students, results from hierarchical regression and mediation analyses indicated that attachment anxiety led to an increase in use of cognitive distortions, contributing to increased difficulty with corrective feedback during clinical supervision. Findings implicate a need for awareness of attachment patterns among…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, College Students, Attachment Behavior, Anxiety
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Seward, Derek X. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019
Thirty-two master's students of color reported critical incidents of multicultural learning resistances. Qualitative findings suggest that students attributed resistances to limited program diversity and attention to cultural dynamics. Quantitative analyses indicate a racial difference in how students' perceptions of peers influenced resistances.…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Resistance (Psychology), Graduate Students, Masters Programs
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Flynn, Stephen V.; Korcuska, James S.; Brady, Nicole V.; Hays, Danica G. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019
The authors conducted a qualitative content analysis on the consistency, rigor, and methodological identity of 83 phenomenological (n = 44), grounded theory (n = 25), and consensual qualitative research (n = 14) articles published between 2002 and 2016. The results indicate a distinct pattern of qualitative research practices in professional…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Reliability, Phenomenology, Grounded Theory
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Butts, C. Missy; Gutierrez, Daniel – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors examined the influence of dispositional mindfulness and personal distress on counseling self-efficacy among 162 counseling students. Results indicated that dispositional mindfulness and personal distress accounted for significant variance in counseling self-efficacy. These findings suggest that internal dispositions may facilitate or…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Counselor Training, Self Efficacy, Emotional Disturbances
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Lee, Injung; Bardhoshi, Gerta; Yoon, Eunhui; Sandersfeld, Tyler; Rush, Roma D.; Priest, Jacob B. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors examined whether attributional style could explain burnout among 201 counseling graduate students. Hierarchical multiple regression analysis results indicated that stability and globality of attribution explain a significant amount of the variance in counselor trainees' burnout. These findings suggest intervention and training should…
Descriptors: Burnout, Counselor Training, Stress Variables, Attribution Theory
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Merlin-Knoblich, Clare; Camp, Ami – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
Flipped learning is a teaching approach in which instructors distribute content outside of class and lead application activities in class. In this qualitative case study, the authors explored the experiences of students (N = 10) in a flipped counseling course and identified 3 themes: enjoyment, benefits, and learning inside and outside of the…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Class Activities, Case Studies
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Miller, Raissa M.; Chan, Christian D.; Farmer, Laura B. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) is a contemporary qualitative research method grounded in phenomenology, hermeneutics, and idiography. Philosophical principles and rigorous methodology make this approach well suited for research in counselor education and supervision. In this primer, the authors introduce counselor educators,…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Counselor Training, Counselor Educators
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O'Hara, Caroline; Cook, Jennifer M. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors recruited 11 doctoral-level counseling students to participate in a study exploring the lived experiences of people who have encountered social class microaggressions (SCMs). Findings (consisting of 6 themes) suggest that SCMs are a distinct phenomenon arising from interpersonal and environmental exchanges that damage recipients. The…
Descriptors: Aggression, Counselor Training, Social Class, Interpersonal Communication
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Neale-McFall, Cheryl; Eckart, Emeline; Hermann, Mary; Haskins, Natoya; Ziomek-Daigle, Jolie – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors examined the occupational satisfaction of 107 counselor educator mothers and found that work-to-family enrichment, support from colleagues, and number of children under age 6 were significant predictors of occupational satisfaction. These results underscore the importance of policies and programs to increase occupational satisfaction…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Job Satisfaction, Counselor Educators, Mothers
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Cartwright, Angie D.; Avent-Harris, Janeé R.; Munsey, Rebecca Beck; Lloyd-Hazlett, Jessica – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors used transcendental phenomenology to explore the campus interview experiences and diversity concerns of counselor education faculty from underrepresented populations. Six themes were identified: issues of integrity, disappointment in the counseling profession, importance of authenticity, intersectionality of major identity markers,…
Descriptors: Interviews, Phenomenology, Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation
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Rivas, Michele; Hill, Nicole R. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
Transcendental phenomenology was used in this study to examine the lived experiences of counseling interns (N = 10) receiving multicultural training to assist clients with disabilities. Five essential themes were identified. Drawing on their findings, the authors recommend programmatic and curricular changes, including the infusion of personal…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Trainees, Disabilities, Phenomenology
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Crockett, Stephanie; Elghoroury, Dena; Popiolek, Melanie; Wummel, Brian – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
Using phenomenological methodology, the authors explored the experiences of 11 men in a master's-level counseling program. Participants described the challenges and advantages of being a minority in number, being in a relational environment, and having an awareness of a patriarchal system. These findings suggest the importance of counselor…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Counselor Training, Males, Student Experience
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Fietzer, Alexander W.; Mitchell, Evelyn; Ponterotto, Joseph G. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018
The authors hypothesized that multicultural personality and ethnic identity would significantly predict variance in multicultural counseling competencies in counselor trainees, beyond the variance predicted by demographics, multicultural training, openness, and cognitive racial attitudes. Results showed multicultural personality predicted…
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Cultural Pluralism, Ethnicity, Counselor Training
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