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Bass, Gwen; Lee, Ji Hee; Wells, Craig; Carey, John C.; Lee, Sangmin – Professional Counselor, 2015
The scale development and exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses of the Protective Factor Index (PFI) is described. The PFI is a 13-item component of elementary students' report cards that replaces typical items associated with student behavior. The PFI is based on the Construct-Based Approach (CBA) to school counseling, which proposes that…
Descriptors: Factor Analysis, School Counselors, School Counseling, Behavior Rating Scales
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Remley, Theodore P., Jr. – Professional Counselor, 2015
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, the counseling profession in New Orleans has changed. The author, along with a group of counseling and other mental health professionals who were providing services at the time of the hurricane and still working in the city 10 years later, provided their impressions of counseling in New Orleans a decade after the…
Descriptors: Counseling Services, Natural Disasters, Mental Health Programs, Trauma
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Reardon, Robert C.; Leierer, Stephen J.; Lee, Donghyuck – Professional Counselor, 2014
A six-year retrospective study of a university career course evaluated the effect of four different class schedule formats on students' earned grades, expected grades and evaluations of teaching. Some formats exhibited significant differences in earned and expected grades, but significant differences were not observed in student evaluations of…
Descriptors: Career Education, Longitudinal Studies, Grades (Scholastic), Expectation
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Lee, Kristi A.; Dewell, John A.; Holmes, Courtney M. – Professional Counselor, 2014
The persistent research-to-practice gap poses a problem for counselor education. The gap may be caused by conflicts between the humanistic values that guide much of counseling and the values that guide research training. In this article, the authors address historical concerns regarding research training for students and the conducting of research…
Descriptors: Training Methods, Counselor Training, Research Skills, Models
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Hall, Kristopher G.; Barden, Sejal; Conley, Abigail – Professional Counselor, 2014
Increases in diverse clientele have caused counselor education to enhance its focus on multicultural pedagogy, using the Tripartite Model (TM) to impart multicultural learning. While knowledge and awareness are important, it also is important to enhance skill development in counselors-in-training. Counselor educators have a unique opportunity to…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Skill Development, Group Dynamics, Counseling Techniques
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Robertson, Heather C.; Brott, Pamelia E. – Professional Counselor, 2014
Many military veterans face the challenging transition to civilian employment. Military veteran members of a national program, Troops to Teachers, were surveyed regarding life satisfaction and related internal/external career transition variables. Participants included military veterans who were currently or had previously transitioned to K-12…
Descriptors: Life Satisfaction, Midlife Transitions, Military Personnel, Veterans
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Shannonhouse, Laura; Myers, Jane E. – Professional Counselor, 2014
As the world grows more connected, the counseling profession has developed a significant focus on multicultural concerns and internationalization (the incorporation of international perspectives), but the extent of this phenomenon is currently unknown. The current pilot study established baseline data concerning how counselor education programs…
Descriptors: Counseling, Counselor Training, Global Approach, College Faculty
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Tomlinson-Clarke, Saundra M.; Georges, Colleen M. – Professional Counselor, 2014
The 2013 publication of the American Psychiatric Association's "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders," fifth edition ("DSM-5") marked the reemergence of issues related to the appropriateness of diagnosis and the uses of the "DSM-5" within the counseling profession. Concerns focus on the implications…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Integrated Activities, Multicultural Education, Educational Practices
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Cole, Rebekah F. – Professional Counselor, 2014
School counselors must be knowledgeable about military culture in order to help military students and their families in a culturally competent manner. This article explores the nature of this unique culture, which is often unfamiliar to educators, including its language, hierarchy, sense of rules and regulations, self-expectations and…
Descriptors: Military Personnel, Military Service, Organizational Culture, Guides
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Cinotti, Daniel – Professional Counselor, 2014
Recent research has focused on the discrepancy between school counselors' preferred roles and their actual functions. Reasons for this discrepancy range from administrators' misperceptions of the role of the school counselor to the slow adoption of comprehensive school counseling approaches such as the American School Counselor Association's…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Models, School Counseling, National Standards
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Martin, Ian; Carey, John – Professional Counselor, 2014
A logic model was developed based on an analysis of the 2012 American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model in order to provide direction for program evaluation initiatives. The logic model identified three outcomes (increased student achievement/gap reduction, increased school counseling program resources, and systemic change and…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Models, Program Evaluation, Guides
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Gasser, Courtney E.; Shaffer, Katharine S. – Professional Counselor, 2014
Women's experiences in academia are laden with a fundamental set of issues pertaining to gender inequalities. A model reflecting women's career development and experiences around their academic pipeline (or career in academia) is presented. This model further conveys a new perspective on the experiences of women academicians before, during and…
Descriptors: Career Development, Gender Bias, Womens Studies, Women Faculty
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Bardhoshi, Gerta; Schweinle, Amy; Duncan, Kelly – Professional Counselor, 2014
This mixed-methods study investigated the relationship between burnout and performing noncounseling duties among a national sample of professional school counselors, while identifying school factors that could attenuate this relationship. Results of regression analyses indicate that performing noncounseling duties significantly predicted burnout…
Descriptors: School Counselors, School Counseling, Burnout, Work Environment
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Tate, Kevin A.; Kathleen M. Fallon; Casquarelli, Elaine J.; Marks, Laura Reid – Professional Counselor, 2014
This study investigated the career and work life challenges faced by traditionally marginalized populations (e.g., women; historically oppressed racial/ethnic groups; people who identify as lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and/or queer; immigrants; individuals with mental or physical disabilities; older individuals; and those of lower…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Investigations, Economic Impact, Quality of Working Life
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Ruff, S. Beth; Keim, Michael A. – Professional Counselor, 2014
There are 1.2 million school-age children with military parents in the United States, and approximately 90% attend public schools. On average, military children move three times more often than their civilian peers. Tensions at home, enrollment issues, adapting to new schools, and a lack of familiarity with military culture by public school…
Descriptors: Military Personnel, Military Service, Student Mobility, Special Needs Students
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