Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

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Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

From the Editor

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Volume 41, Issue 1 of the Michigan Journal of Counseling: Research, Theory & Practice contains research and topics from counselors and counselor educators across the United States (Texas, Kentucky, and Michigan). In this issue, the authors write about the need to become proficient in working with diverse clientele and be able to successfully working with clients and communities where a crisis or trauma has occurred. I believe these are important areas and issues that counselors are called to understand and treat in a variety of settings. I hope you, as subscribers to the Michigan Journal of Counseling, find this information relevant to your current work and provide insights into new ways of working with your clients.

In the first article, Stewart, Owens, Queener, and Reynolds explore the unique relationship between acculturative stress and racial identity among African American students who are completing their counselor education. The authors suggest that continuous cultural awareness and sensitivity to the needs of African American students can assist in the retention and matriculation of these students in a counselor education program. Support services such as mentoring and peer advising were encouraged.

In the next article, Dr. Dye presented a exploration into the daily activities of school counselors working in predominately African American Urban schools across Michigan. …

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