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Blau, Gary; DiMino, John – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2019
The purposes of this study were to distinguish prior- versus never-counseled nonurgent University Counseling Center (UCC) clients and to test if brief counseling had a differential impact on these two samples. The prior-counseled sample (n = 100) was more prepared for counseling, had a lower stigma for seeking help, as well as lower social…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Counseling Techniques, Social Bias, Self Esteem
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Naidoo, Paulette; Cartwright, Duncan James – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2018
Student counseling services are a recognizable feature of higher education institutions locally and abroad. This article reviews the sociohistorical development and evolution of student counseling services in South African institutions of higher learning, with an emphasis on systemic influences, achievements, and contemporary challenges. This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Counseling Services, School Counseling, College Students
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Kaufman, Jason A.; Jensen, Jon A. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2018
The experience of attending college can be a stressful experience for many students, one that college and university counseling centers may have limited resources of time and finances to assuage. For instance, decision making may deteriorate during times of stress and result in a narrowed perceptual set. The present study sought to determine…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Executive Function, Stress Variables, Counseling Services
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Shefet, Oren M. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2018
College counseling centers are experiencing a surging in demand for services that is unaccompanied by an equivalent growth in resources. A possible solution to this disparity is the adoption of a service paradigm founded on ultra-brief therapies, episodic treatments, and the walk-in model of mental health delivery. These models fit both the…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Colleges, Counseling Services, Psychotherapy
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Polychronis, Paul D. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
Treating suicidality is one of the most challenging situations managed by college and university counseling centers. The first edition of Bongar's (1991) "The Suicidal Patient: Clinical and Legal Standards of Care," a compendium of empirical knowledge and clinical research regarding standard of care in the treatment of suicidality, was…
Descriptors: Suicide, Patients, Counseling Services, Benchmarking
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Surette, Tanya E.; Shier, Micheal L. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2017
This study empirically assessed the applicability of the common factors model to students accessing university-based counseling (n = 102). Participants rated symptoms of depression, anxiety, and somatization at intake and discharge. Therapists kept detailed session notes on client factors and therapy process variables. Data were analyzed utilizing…
Descriptors: College Students, Depression (Psychology), Anxiety, Symptoms (Individual Disorders)
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Yoshimura, Christina Granato; Campbell, Kimberly Brown – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
A university in the United States Mountain West utilized grant resources to track counseling services for students who were currently experiencing or who had historically experienced relationship violence, sexual assault and/or stalking. This report reflects on the first 2 years of this program, including an overview of prevalence and reporting…
Descriptors: College Students, Counseling Services, Violence, Sexual Abuse
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Price, Jennifer L. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
The current study examined expectations and preferences of psychotherapy approach in 225 college students. Psychodynamic-interpersonal (PI) techniques were generally favored over cognitive-behavioral (CB) techniques both in expectations of what is characteristic of a typical therapy session and perceived helpfulness. There was no difference in…
Descriptors: College Students, Higher Education, Therapy, Psychotherapy
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Eells, Gregory T. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
The use of the mobile Internet continues to play an increasing role in all of our lives and particularly in the lives of college and university students. Questions have been raised about the impact of the Internet on adolescents' and college students' fulfillment of traditional developmental tasks and more broadly their mental health. The present…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Internet, Vignettes, Psychotherapy
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Hannigan, Terence P. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
Clinicians working with students of Hispanic/Latina/o background may tend to categorize these students as Hispanic/Latino/a regardless of their or their ancestors' country of origin. This article challenges the wisdom of using such broad terminology, because it masks considerable differences among Hispanic/Latina/o students, and proposes instead…
Descriptors: Counseling Effectiveness, Counseling Services, Counseling Techniques, Labeling (of Persons)
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Chae, Soo Eun; Choi, Mi Hwa – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2016
In the online interview presented in this article, two Korean counselors offer comments to questions regarding issues faced at a Korean University. They reflected on their roles and some of the many topics faced that included: (1) student misunderstanding about counseling needs, and how counseling questionnaires and the counselor helps them; (2)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interviews, Counselors, Higher Education
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Morrison Straforini, Carol – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2015
The published psychological literature on the developmental milestone that is the doctoral dissertation emphasizes either psychological interpretations or practical strategies as ways to help, each often failing to note the critical importance of the other. Clinicians need to understand underlying psychological issues that may complicate the…
Descriptors: Doctoral Dissertations, Academic Persistence, Student Motivation, Graduate Students
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Thomas, Barbara J.; Roehrig, James P.; Yang, Peggy H. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2015
Humor is an often neglected but potentially powerful tool in college counseling center interventions. In this article we review potential benefits and hazards of using humor in a college mental health setting along with perspectives on humor's mechanism of action and distinctions between types of humor. Therapist and client-specific…
Descriptors: Humor, School Counseling, Counseling Techniques, College Students
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Daltry, Rachel M.; Mehr, Kristin E. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2015
This article describes the design and implementation of a dog therapy outreach program through the counseling center at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Two main goals were identified for this program: (a) provide stress relief and comfort to students across campus, and (b) increase potential access to counseling services and improve…
Descriptors: Therapy, Animals, Outreach Programs, Counseling Services
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Moffitt, Lauren B.; Garcia-Williams, Amanda; Berg, John P.; Calderon, Michelle E.; Haas, Ann P.; Kaslow, Nadine J. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2014
Suicidal behavior is a significant concern among graduate students. Because many suicidal graduate students do not access mental health services, programs to connect them to resources are essential. This article describes the Interactive Screening Program (ISP), an anonymous, Web-based tool for screening and engaging at-risk graduate school…
Descriptors: Screening Tests, Graduate Students, Suicide, At Risk Students
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