TCA Journal

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 2, Fall

Attributions of Responsibility for Depression of Menopausal Women
This study investigated responsibility attributions for the cause of and solution to depression of menopausal women. Traditional college-age students (n = 162) and menopausal women (n = 103) read a vignette describing a help-seeker who was identified...
Constructivist Couseling: A Primer
Constructivism has become a major influence in counseling and psychology. Various trends of constructivist thought and the historical origins of these trends are discussed, including Kelly's theory of personal constructs, developmental constructivism,...
Forgiveness as an Intervention in Contextual Family Therapy: Two Case Examples
This article examines how forgiveness has been used in the past as an intervention in individual and family therapy and summarizes the contextual model of therapy which supports its use. The article also defines and explains the concepts of forgiveness...
From the Editor
During the summer of 1998, C-SPAN provided live coverage of a program heralded as The Great American Think-Off, in which average U. S. citizens debated a philosophical question. No professional philosophers participated in the debate, and the judges...
In a Different Light: An Environmental Metaphor of Couselor Supervision
In counselor supervision, the acquisition of skills or development of therapeutic techniques is stressed and evaluated. In the present conceptualization, the intrapsychic/interpersonal dynamics of the supervisee's subjective experiences in supervision...
The Effects of the Couseling Center Self-Guided Tour on Student Knowledge about a Specific Counseling Center
The effects of using a computer program, which provides information about a university counseling center on the level of student knowledge about the center are described. The Counseling Center Self-Guided Tour (CCSGT) computer program covers such topics...