Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 2, Fall

Children Also Grieve: Talking about Death and Healing
Children also grieve: Talking about death and healingLinda GoldmanPhiladelphia: Jessica Kingsley PublisherDo children grieve? What is their grieving process like? How do we as adults or significant others in children's lives help them with their grieving...
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Counseling Services for Special Education Students
School counselors have been providing services to an increasing number of special education students, especially since the passage of Public Law 94-142 and other laws mandating equitable education opportunities for all students including those with special...
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Internet Addiction Diagnosis and Assessment: Implications for Counselors
The rapid development and increased availability of the Internet has led some researchers to examine the effects excessive usage has on an individual's social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Pathological Internet use has become more...
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Supervisees' Contributions to Lousy Supervision Outcomes
This article features the results of a qualitative study designed to identify supervisors' perceptions of supervisees' attitudes, behaviors, and skills that contribute to unsatisfactory supervision processes and outcomes. The participants' contributions...
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Usefulness of the Perceptual Alteration Scale
This study investigated the Perceptual Alteration Scale (PAS) as a measure of dissociation in a college counseling center population by examining its relationship to the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES), a well-known measure of dissociation, abuse,...
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