Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research

Articles from Vol. 37, No. 2, Fall

Bullies Grow Up and Go to Work
Workplace aggression has been a prominent topic of articles in business, management, and organizational literature. Counselors have not responded with the same level of attention even though workplace aggression can devastate the mental health of targets...
Clinical Supervision for International Counselors-in-Training: Implications for Supervisors
International students face many challenges as counselors-in-training. This study sought to identify, through a phenomenological examination, the supervisory needs, experiences, attitudes, and perceptions of international counselors-in-training during...
Cultural and Developmental Variations in the Resiliencies Promoted by School Counselors
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Little is known about whether school counselors actually target resiliency in their guidance and counseling efforts. Using survey data from a nationally representative sample of 314 school counselors, researchers...
End-of-Life Decision Making: A Slippery Slope
Advances in medical technology have changed how we view and ultimately define death. What it means to be terminally ill, now more than ever, raises difficult moral/ethical questions for all concerned. These changes have created a new role and associated...
Strategies and Resources for Conducting Online Counseling
Drawing from clinical, supervisory, and research resources related to implementing online counseling services, the author provides practical suggestions for counselors considering or using the Internet as a counseling medium. The author outlines ethical...