The Journal of Rehabilitation

A quarterly, peer-reviewed journal published by the National Rehabilitation Association. Articles include original research, academic criticism, and expert debate in the field of rehabilitation.

Articles from Vol. 74, No. 4, October-December

An Examination of Factors Contributing to Public Rehabilitation Counselors' Involvement in Job Placement and Development Activities
Job placement and development has been identified as one of the essential roles and functions of the rehabilitation counselor (Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, 2003; Emener & Rubin, 1980; Leahy, Chan, & Saunders, 2003;...
A Survey of Threats Received by Rehabilitation Counselors in Montana
There is growing awareness that individuals who serve the public are exposed to a variety of dangers present in the workplace (Aterburn, 1996; Farmer, 1990; Ross, Leon, & Johnson, 1995; Smallwood, 2002; Stader, 2001; Wilson & Cox, 2001). One...
Counseling People Living with Diabetes
In the United States, 14.6 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes and an estimated 6.2 million more people have the disease but are undiagnosed. In addition, 54 million adults are estimated to have pre-diabetes, which places them at risk...
End the Silence: A Survey of Abuse against Men with Disabilities
A growing body of research suggests violence and abuse are serious problems for women with disabilities, who are at greater risk than non-disabled women (Brown, Stein, & Turk, 1995; Curry, Powers & Oschwald, 2003; Hassouneh-Phillips & Curry,...
User-Friendly Motivational Interviewing and Evidence-Based Supported Employment Tools for Practitioners
Individuals with psychiatric disabilities maintain 10% to 15% employment rates and report shorter job retention rates when compared to the general population (Anthony, Cohen, Farkas, & Gagen, 2002; Bricout, 2002; National Alliance for Mental Illness...