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Joe, J. Richelle; Shillingford-Butler, M. Ann; Oh, Seungbin – Professional Counselor, 2019
In this phenomenological study, the authors explored the lived experiences of 19 African American mothers raising boys and young men to understand how media exposure to community and state violence connects to the physical and mental health of these mothers. Analysis of semi-structured individual interviews revealed six themes: psychological…
Descriptors: African Americans, Mothers, Child Rearing, Sons
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Phipps, Ricardo; Thorne, Stephen – Professional Counselor, 2019
This article proposes a model for an intervention designed to mitigate cultural trauma in African American children and adolescents using trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), an evidence-based practice for treating post-traumatic stress in children and adolescents. There is a paucity of approaches to treat cultural trauma in…
Descriptors: Trauma, Cognitive Restructuring, Behavior Modification, Therapy
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Dari, Tahani; Laux, John M.; Liu, Yanhong; Reynolds, Jennifer – Professional Counselor, 2019
A gap exists in the counseling profession between research and practice. Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is one approach that could reduce this gap. The CBPR framework can serve as an additional tool for translating research findings into practical interventions for communities and counseling practitioners. Stronger community…
Descriptors: Theory Practice Relationship, Research and Development, Participatory Research, Community Involvement
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Rogers, Jennifer L.; Crocket, Jamie E.; Suess, Esther – Professional Counselor, 2019
About one in four women will experience miscarriage of pregnancy, which can be the impetus for significant and persistent psychological distress. Because of cultural norms of silence and minimization around pregnancy loss, as well as a notable lack of scholarship on the topic, counselors may neglect this area in their clinical work. This article…
Descriptors: Pregnancy, Counseling Techniques, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns
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Crumb, Loni; Haskins, Natoya; Brown, Shanita – Professional Counselor, 2019
This phenomenological study explored the experiences of 15 professional counselors who work with clients living in impoverished communities in rural America. Researchers used individual semi-structured interviews to gather data and identified four themes that represented the counselors' experiences using the Multicultural and Social Justice…
Descriptors: Poverty Areas, Social Justice, Advocacy, Mental Health
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Olson, Seth; Brown-Rice, Kathleen; Gerodias, Andrew – Professional Counselor, 2018
Although professional counseling licensure portability has been a topic of interest for many years, limited empirical research has been conducted to examine state requirements to become a licensed professional counselor. To bridge this gap, state counseling license applications, including the District of Columbia, were investigated using…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Counselor Certification, Statistical Analysis, Standards
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Baltrinic, Eric R.; Moate, Randall M.; Hinkle, Michelle Gimenez; Jencius, Marty; Taylor, Jessica Z. – Professional Counselor, 2018
Mentoring is an important practice to prepare doctoral students for future graduate teaching, yet little is known about the teaching mentorship styles used by counselor educators. This study identifies the teaching mentorship styles of counselor educators with at least one year of experience as teaching mentors (N = 25). Q methodology was used to…
Descriptors: Counselor Educators, Mentors, Graduate Students, Doctoral Programs
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Johnston, April D.; Midgett, Aida; Doumas, Diana M.; Moody, Steve – Professional Counselor, 2018
This mixed methods study assessed the appropriateness of an "aged-up," brief bullying bystander intervention (STAC) and explored the lived experiences of high school students trained in the program. Quantitative results included an increase in knowledge and confidence to intervene in bullying situations, awareness of bullying, and use of…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Program Evaluation, Bullying, Intervention
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Pester, Danielle; Lenz, A. Stephen; Watson, Joshua C.; Dell'Aquila, Julia; Nkyi, Anthony – Professional Counselor, 2018
As the counseling profession continues its globalization onto Ghanaian college campuses, there is an increased need for psychometric assessments that support programming and interventions that promote degree matriculation and general student well-being. A sample of 696 young adult Ghanaian college students completed the Inventory of New College…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Freshmen, Student Adjustment, Likert Scales
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Jorgensen, Maribeth F.; Schweinle, William E. – Professional Counselor, 2018
The 68-item Research Identity Scale (RIS) was informed through qualitative exploration of research identity development in master's-level counseling students and practitioners. Classical psychometric analyses revealed the items had strong validity and reliability and a single factor. A one-parameter Rasch analysis and item review was used to…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Counseling Services, Counselor Training, Psychometrics
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Burns, Stephanie T.; Cruikshanks, Daniel R. – Professional Counselor, 2018
Many professional counseling organizations act to strengthen counselor professional identity to achieve parity for counselors. However, independently licensed counselors often identify themselves as "therapists" or "psychotherapists" as a means of helping others understand their occupational role and establishing their…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Accreditation (Institutions), Professional Identity, Counselor Educators
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Blount, Ashley J.; Bjornsen, Abby L.; Moore, Madeleine M. – Professional Counselor, 2018
In this investigation, a sample of counselors-in-training's (CITs) work values, occupational engagement, and professional quality of life were explored at pre- and post-completion of a career counseling course. In relation to work values, participants highly valued balance, support, helping, and honesty within their careers, while power,…
Descriptors: Career Counseling, Counselor Training, Constructivism (Learning), Student Attitudes
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Fullen, Matthew C. – Professional Counselor, 2018
As the number of older adults increases, it is important to understand how attitudes toward aging influence society, the aging process, and the counseling profession. Ageism--defined as social stigma associated with old age or older people--has deleterious effects on older adults' physical health, psychological well-being, and self-perception. In…
Descriptors: Age Discrimination, Aging (Individuals), Aging Education, Counselor Training
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Rapp, Marisa C.; Moody, Steven J.; Stewart, Leslie A. – Professional Counselor, 2018
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards call for doctoral preparation programs to graduate students who are competent in gatekeeping functions. Despite these standards, little is understood regarding the development and training of doctoral students in their roles as gatekeepers. We propose…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Counselor Training, Selective Admission, Student Role
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Cook, Ryna M.; Welfare, Laura E.; Romero, Devon E. – Professional Counselor, 2018
Studies from allied professions suggest that intentional nondisclosure in clinical supervision is common; however, the types of intentional nondisclosure and reasons for nondisclosure have yet to be examined in an adequate sample of counselors-in-training (CITs). The current study examined intentional nondisclosure by CITs during their onsite…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Counselor Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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