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Fullen, Matthew C.; Wiley, Jonathan D.; Morgan, Amy A. – Professional Counselor, 2019
This interpretative phenomenological analysis explored licensed professional counselors' experiences of turning away Medicare beneficiaries because of the current Medicare mental health policy. Researchers used semi-structured interviews to explore the client-level barriers created by federal legislation that determines professional counselors as…
Descriptors: Health Insurance, Social Services, Counselors, Access to Health Care
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Tang, Angela K.; Ng, Kok-Mun – Professional Counselor, 2019
Based on archival data from an urban school district, this retrospective correlational study examined the extent to which certain types of student-school counselor contacts, based on a student-report high school exit survey, could predict high school students' postsecondary enrollment in 2- and 4-year colleges within 5 years of graduating from…
Descriptors: High Schools, School Counselors, Predictor Variables, College Attendance
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Purswell, Katherine E. – Professional Counselor, 2019
The purpose of this paper is to explain how humanistic learning theory is applicable to current counselor education practices. A review of humanistic learning theory and the rationale for the application of the learning theory to counselor education provide a framework for application of these concepts to counselor education classrooms.…
Descriptors: Humanism, Counselor Training, Accreditation (Institutions), Learning Theories
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Duenyas, Deborah L.; Luke, Chad – Professional Counselor, 2019
In recent decades, professional counselors have increasingly focused on neuroscience to inform their case conceptualization and treatment planning with clients. With the additional lens of neuroscience, both the counselor and client can gain new understandings of the client's issues and improve the quality of the therapeutic relationship. The…
Descriptors: Neurosciences, Counselor Training, Counselors, Teaching Methods
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Robino, Ariann Evans – Professional Counselor, 2019
Explanations of compassion fatigue generally consider the client--counselor relationship as the primary source of challenges to wellness. Because of the nature of the current sociopolitical climate and the increased exposure through media, the counseling profession should consider expanding the influences on compassion fatigue related to current…
Descriptors: Altruism, Emotional Response, Counselor Client Relationship, Wellness
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Can, Nesime; Watson, Joshua C. – Professional Counselor, 2019
Scholars have described compassion fatigue as the result of chronic exposure to clients' suffering and traumatic stories. Counselors can struggle when they experience compassion fatigue because of various reasons. As such, an exploration of factors predictive of compassion fatigue may help counselors and supervisors buffer adverse effects.…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Resilience (Psychology), Altruism, Fatigue (Biology)
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Lamar, Margaret R.; Clemens, Elysia; Dunbar, Adria Shipp – Professional Counselor, 2019
Conceptualizing doctoral training programs as research training environments (RTEs) allows for the exploration of theory to help counselor educators facilitate doctoral students' development from practitioners toward counseling researchers. Researchers have proposed self-concept theory as a way to understand identity development. In this article,…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Researchers, Student Development, Educational Environment
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Tuttle, Malti; Ricks, Lacey; Taylor, Margie – Professional Counselor, 2019
School counselors experience various emotions, such as anxiety, when in the role of mandated reporter of child abuse. This manuscript addresses how early career school counselors might experience distress because of the lack of established child abuse reporting procedures, fear of repercussions for the school counselor or student, and limited…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Law Enforcement, School Counselors, Counselor Role
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Warren, Jeffrey M.; Coker, Gwendolyn L.; Collins, Megan L. – Professional Counselor, 2019
The rate of school-aged children with incarcerated parents continues to rise in the United States. These children are especially prone to experiencing social-emotional, behavioral, and academic issues in school as a result of various factors, including general strain and stress associated with incarceration. Given their unique role in schools,…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Children, School Counselors, Parents
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Cowan, Rebecca; Cole, Rebekah F.; Craigen, Laurie – Professional Counselor, 2019
The purpose of this qualitative collective case study was to explore the experiences of four key internal stakeholders who are involved with a school-based child sexual abuse prevention program in a southeastern state in the United States. In order to explore the experiences of participants, in-depth, semistructured interviews were conducted.…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Prevention, School Activities
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Brown, Eric M.; Grothaus, Tim – Professional Counselor, 2019
The literature is replete with research and references to racism experienced by Black faculty and students in counselor education. Although explorations of the mistrust in relationships between races is extant, empirical investigations into trusting cross-racial relationships in counselor education have been scarce. To address this void, the…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), African American Students, Doctoral Students, Counselor Training
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Elliot, Anna; Bohecker, Lynn; Elliott, Gregory M.; Townsend, Bethany Jean; Johnson, Veronica; Lopez, Anna; Horn, Elizabeth D.; Roach, Ken – Professional Counselor, 2019
Counseling licensure portability is in a state of crisis. The collaborative 20/20 initiative made headway in establishing the profession's objectives toward consistent licensure standards across states; however, inconsistencies and significant barriers persist. The authors conducted a qualitative content analysis to understand the logistics…
Descriptors: Counselor Certification, Occupational Mobility, Counselors, Barriers
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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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