Journal of College Counseling

A professional journal publishing news and information of particular interest to counselors working in post-secondary education settings. Coverage includes research studies, professional issues, and innovative techniques or practices. This is the official

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall

Attachment, Entitlement, and the Impostor Phenomenon in Female Graduate Students
This study examined the utility of attachment and entitlement as predictors of the impostor phenomenon in female graduate students. Findings suggested that individuals with high levels of self-reliance/self-assurance entitlement are able to associate...
College Student Health, Mental Health, and Well-Being
University and college counseling centers, mental health centers, and health centers contribute to their institution's mission by providing services aimed at improving student psychological well-being and physical health. In this issue of the Journal...
Counseling Deaf College Students: The Case of Shea
This case study describes developmental and psychosocial challenges experienced by a Deaf college student. A counseling intervention that combines person-centered and cognitive behavior approaches with psycho-educational strategies designed to educate...
Integrated Care in College Health: A Case Study
This case study describes 1 international student's treatment experience with an integrated health program on a college campus. This program uses a multidisciplinary, mind-body approach, which incorporates individual counseling, primary care, psychiatric...
Role Balance and Depression among College Students: The Moderating Influence of Adult Attachment Orientations
This study examined interrelationships among role balance perceptions, adult attachment orientations, and depression within an ethnically diverse, mixed-gender sample of college students. Adult attachment orientations--and particularly attachment avoidance--significantly...
The Relationships among Perfectionism, Acculturation, and Stress in Asian International Students
This study examined relationships among perfectionism, acculturation, and stress in 76 Asian international students. Results showed that perfectionism and acculturation predicted stress, together accounting for 50% of the variance in stress. Furthermore,...
The Role of Generational Status, Self-Esteem, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Perceived Social Support in College Students' Psychological Well-Being
This study examined the influences of generational status, self-esteem, academic self-efficacy, and perceived social support on 367 undergraduate college students' well-being. Findings showed that 1st-generation students reported significantly more...
Using the Millon College Counseling Inventory to Assess Student Mental Health Needs
Students visiting college counseling centers experience a broad range of complex and sometimes severe concerns that are often not adequately addressed by existing clinical measures. In response, the Millon College Counseling Inventory (MCCI;T. Millon,...